Structures don't merely appear. As the appearance and theory of architecture get their glamour, architecture wouldn't exist with no hands-on, nuts-and-bolts procedure for construction. Construction of Architecture gives designers, companies, managers, trade employees, and other people involved with a structure project an intensive summary of the entire process of taking or transforming an excellent design from the paper exercise to some finished, full-sized, occupiable and functional building.
Within an easy-to-read, conversational style, Rob Liebing distills the frequently-complex methods in the making of architecture into obvious, understandable phases. Hooking up each phase to another, he uses you step-by-step from project beginning and documentation to code compliance to putting in a bid and also the contract through finalization from the project and occupancy from the completed building.
This book is enhanced with features for example:
- Sketches photos from the building process.
- Examples of documents utilized in construction.
- A tight narrative of the making of an average commercial building, from beginning to end.
- A Teacher Companion Site by having an broadened reference and extra assets.
With this particular primer in hands, every ambitious building professional may have the firm foundation within the concepts and abilities required to bring any building project to fruition, from beginning to occupancy.