CIRIA

CIRIA was formerly known as the Construction Industry Research and Information Association. They are a member-based research and information organisation who publish reports and technical papers covering building and civil engineering as well as transport and utilities infrastructure.

Griffin Court
15 Long Lane
London
EC1A 9PN
UK
Website: www.ciria.org
Email: enquiries@ciria.org
Tel: 020 7549 3300

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Biodiversity indicators for construction projects 2003 Green
Fibre-reinforced polymer composites for blast resistant cladding 1998 Green
Flat roofing: design and good practice. Project notebook 1993 Green
Flood products: using flood protection products - a guide for homeowners 2003 Green
Green roofs - an introduction and overview of benefits 2008 Green
Interim code of practice for sustainable drainage systems 2004 Green
Key performance indicators for water use in hotels 2006 Green
Key performance indicators for water use in offices 2006 Green
Protection of river and canal banks 1989 Green
Seawall design 1992 Green
Sustainable water management in schools 2006 Green
Book B 13 Old waterfront walls: management, maintenance and rehabilitation 1992 Red
Book B 14 Design of flood storage reservoirs 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 0 - Foreword. (1 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 1 - Introduction. (2 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 2 - History. (3 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 3 - Regulatory methods. (4 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 4 - Principles. (5 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 5 - Surveys. (6 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 6 - Design requirements. (7 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 7 - Design selection. (8 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 8 - Calculations. (9 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 9 - Detail design principles. (10 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 10 - Evaluation of design. (11 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 11 - Built-up roofing. (12 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 12 - Mastic asphalt. (13 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 13 - Polymeric single-ply. (14 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 14 - Copper. (15 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 15 - Lead sheet. (16 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 16 - Other membranes. (17 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 17 - Thermal insulants. (18 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 18 - Specification. (19 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 19 - Contract and procurement. (20 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 20 - Inspection. (21 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 21 - Maintenance. (22 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 22 - Bibliography. (23 of 24) 1993 Green
FRD Flat roofing: design and good practice. Chapter 23 - Index and further information. (24 of 24) 1993 Green
GUI G 1 Guide to the design of anchor blocks for post-tensioned prestressed concrete members 1976 Red
GUI G 2 Design of deep beams in reinforced concrete 1977 Green
GUI G 3 Structural action in steel box girders 1977 Red
PRJ PR 2 Protection and provision for safe overtopping of dams and flood banks 1987 Green
PRJ PR 8 Performance of sealant-concrete joints in wet conditions. Results of a laboratory testing programme Research project RP 355: Phase 2, Stage 3. Volume 2: Schedules of detailed test results 1993 Green
PRJ PR 11 Foundations in chalk 1993 Green
PRJ PR 19 Risk from construction: preparation of a client's guide 1996 Green
PRJ PR 27 Securing the contractor's contribution to buildability in design 1997 Green
PRJ PR 28 Waste minimisation and recycling in construction - technical review 1999 Green
PRJ PR 30 Prediction and effects of ground movements caused by tunnelling in soft ground beneath urban areas 1996 Green
PRJ PR 32 Quality management in construction - survey of experiences with BS 5750. Case study information 1996 Green
PRJ PR 35 Rapid characterisation of contaminated sites using electrical imaging 1996 Green
PRJ PR 37 In-situ stabilisation of chemical waste 2000 Green
PRJ PR 38 Low temperature thermal desorption: hydrocarbon and PCB remediation studies 2000 Green
PRJ PR 39 Chromium contamination: field and laboratory remediation trials 2000 Green
PRJ PR 40 Grassmoor lagoons: organic sludge bioremediation field trials 2000 Green
PRJ PR 41 Demonstration of the Geodur solidification/stabilisation system 2000 Green
PRJ PR 66 Networks, learning and innovation in the UK construction industry 1998 Green
PRJ PR 68 Marine sand and gravel in north-west Europe. A fact-finding and scoping study 1999 Green
PRJ PR 69 Benchmarking for construction - a strategic review 1998 Green
PRJ PR 70 How much noise do you make - a guide to assessing and managing noise on construction sites 1999 Green
PRJ PR 71 Final report on action research with the construction productivity network 1999 Green
PRJ PR 72 Selecting package wastewater treatment works 2001 Green
PRJ PR 73 Environmental issues in construction - a desk study 1999 Green
PRJ PR 74 Environmental issues in construction - research campaign (executive summary) 1999 Green
PRJ PR 75 Environmental issues in construction - sustainability indicators for the civil engineering industry 1999 Green
PRJ PR 77 Prop loads in large braced excavations 2000 Green
PRJ PR 78 Use of epoxy, polyester and similar reactive polymers: Part 2 - specification and use of the materials 2000 Green
PRJ PR 79 Use of epoxy, polyester and similar reactive polymers: Part 3 - materials technology 2000 Green
PRJ PR 80 Rainwater and greywater use in buildings: decision-making for water conservation 2001 Green
PRJ PR 81 Bioengineering: the Longham Wood cutting field trial 2001 Green
PRJ PR 83 Tools for measuring and forecasting waste generated on site 2001 Green
PRJ PR 84 Transfer of adhesives technology: feasibility study 2001 Green
PRJ PR 85 Performance measurement of design activities: a summary report and key performance indicators 2001 Green
PRJ PR 86 Shaft friction of CFA piles in chalk 2003 Green
PUB C502 Environmental good practice on site 1999 Red
PUB C504 Engineering in glacial tills 1999 Green
PUB C505 Regional seabed sediment studies and assessment of marine aggregate dredging 1998 Green
PUB C506 Low-cost options for prevention of flooding from sewers 1998 Green
PUB C507 Operation and maintenance manuals for buildings - a guide to procurement and preparation 1999 Green
PUB C508 Guide to developing effective learning networks in construction 1998 Green
PUB C509 Integrating safety, quality and environmental management 2000 Green
PUB C510 Environmental issues in construction - a strategic review 1999 Green
PUB C511 Controlled permeability formwork 2000 Green
PUB C512 Environmental handbook for building and civil engineering projects. Part 1: design and specification 2000 Green
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 0 - Contents. (1 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 1 - Introduction. (2 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 2 - Issues to address. (3 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 3 - Opportunities in construction. (4 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 4 - Aggregates. (5 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 5 - Architectural components. (6 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 6 - Blastfurnace slag. (7 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 7 - Bricks and blocks. (8 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 8 - China clay waste. (9 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 9 - Colliery spoil. (10 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 10 - Concrete. (11 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 11 - Demolition rubble. (12 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 12 - Dredgings. (13 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 13 - Excavation spoil. (14 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 14 - Foundry sand. (15 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 15 - Furnace bottom ash (fba). (16 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 16 - Glass. (17 of 34) 1999 Red
PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 17 - Insulation. (18 of 34) 1999 Red

 

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