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Series details Title Year Status
16th edition IEE wiring regulations: Design and verification of electrical installations. 4th edition 2001 Red
16th edition IEE wiring regulations: Explained and illustrated. 6th edition 2001 Red
16th edition IEE wiring regulations: Inspection, testing and certification. 4th edition 2001 Red
Air conditioning applications and design. 2nd edition 1997 Red
Air conditioning engineering. 5th edition 2001 Red
Airport terminals. 2nd edition 1996 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 0 - Contents. (1 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 1 - Building Enclosure - general. (2 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 2 - External envelope - general. (3 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 3 - External envelope - lowest floor and basement. (4 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 4 - External envelope - external walls. (5 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 5 - External envelope - roofs. (6 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 6 - Internal division - general. (7 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 7 - Internal division - suspended floors. (8 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 8 - Internal division - partitions and walls. (9 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 9 - Internal division - ceilings. (10 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 10 - Design guide. (11 of 12) 1975 Red
AJ handbook of building enclosures. Part 11 - Appendices. (12 of 12) 1975 Red
Architect's guide to running a job. 5th edition (awaiting copyright clearance for new edition) 1995 Red
BDA guide to successful brickwork. 3rd edition 2005 Green
Building adaptation. Section 0 - Contents, list of figures, list of tables, preface, disclaimer and acknowledgements. (1 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 1 - Introduction. (2 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 2 - Feasibility. (3 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 3 - Basic conversions. (4 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 4 - Adaptive reuses. (5 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 5 - Lateral extensions. (6 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 6 - Vertical extensions. (7 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 7 - Structural alterations. (8 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 8 - Principles of modernization. (9 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 9 - Further aspects of modernization. (10 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 10 - Implementation. (11 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 11 - Appendices. (12 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation. Section 12 - Glossary, bibliography and index. (13 of 13) 2002 Red
Building adaptation 2002 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 0 - Contents and preface. (1 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 1 - General. (2 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 2 - Site works. (3 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 3 - Builders plant. (4 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 4 - Substructure. (5 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 5 - Superstructure. (6 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 6 - Internal construction and finishes. (7 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 7 - Domestic services. (8 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 3rd Edition. Part 8 - Index. (9 of 9) 1998 Red
Building construction handbook. 8th edition 2010 Red
Building cost planning for the design team. 2nd edition 2007 Red
Building design management 2001 Red
Building legislation and historic buildings 1987 Red
Building maintenance and preservation - a guide to design and management. 2nd edition 1994 Amber
Building regulations in brief. 6th edition (awaiting copyright clearance for 7th edition) 2011 Red
Building services handbook. 5th edition 2009 Red
Building services handbook: incorporating current building and construction regulations. 2nd edition 2003 Red
Care and conservation of Georgian house 1995 Amber
CCTV - from light to pixels. 3rd edition 2013 Green
CDM 2007. Questions and answers 2008 Red
Concrete design to EN 1992. 2nd edition 2006 Green
Concrete floors, finishes and external paving 1993 Red
Conservation of brick 1999 Green
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 0 - Contents and preface. (1 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 1 - Introduction to the restoration, conservation and repair of stone. (2 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 2 - Nature of building and decorative stones. (3 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 3 - Igneous rocks. (4 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 4 - Sedimentary rocks. (5 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 5 - Metamorphic rocks. (6 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 6 - Determination of a sample. (7 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 7 - Weathering and decay of masonry. (8 of 9) 1998 Amber
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 1. Chapter 8 - Index. (9 of 9) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 0 - Contents. (1 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 1 - Methods of repairing and consolidating stone buildings. (2 of 17) 1998 Amber
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 2 - Structural failure and repair. (3 of 17) 1998 Amber
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 3 - Selection of stone for repairs. (4 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 4 - Mortars for stone buildings. (5 of 17) 1998 Amber
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 5 - Traditional handworking of stone: methods and recognition. (6 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 6 - Earthquake damage to historic masonry structures. (7 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 7 - Repair and remedial treatment of the East Block Parliament buildings, Ottawa, Canada. (8 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 8 - Cleaning masonry buildings. (9 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 9 - Surface treatments. (10 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 10 - Conservation of stone monuments in churches. (11 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 11 - Conservation of stone sculpture in museums. (12 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 12 - Museum display of architectural features. (13 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 13 - Cleaning of painted stone. (14 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 14 - Cleaning and consolidation of the stonework to the Annunciation Door, Chapter House, Westminster Abbey. (15 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 15 - Appendices. (16 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of building and decorative stone, Part 2. Chapter 16 - Index. (17 of 17) 1998 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 1 - Introduction to architectural conservation. (2 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 2 - Structural actions of historic buildings. (3 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 3 - Structural elements 1 - beams, arches, vaults and domes. (4 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 4 - Structural elements 2 - trusses and frames. (5 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 5 - Structural elements 3 - walls, piers and columns. (6 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 6 - Structural elements 4 - foundations. (7 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 7 - Climatic causes of decay. (8 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 8 - Historic buildings in seismic zones. (9 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 9 - Botanical, biological and microbiological causes of decay. (10 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 10 - Insects and other pests as causes of decay. (11 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 11 - Man-made causes of decay. (12 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 12 - Internal environment of historic buildings. (13 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 13 - Inspections and reports. (14 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 14 - Research, analysis and recording. (15 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 15 - Preventative maintenance of historic buildings. (16 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 16 - Fire. (17 of 22) 1994 Red
Conservation of historic buildings. Part 17 - Presentation of historic buildings. (18 of 22) 1994 Red

 

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