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Building design using modules (P348)

The use of modular and other lightweight forms of building construction is increasing. The benefits of off-site prefabrication and improved quality in manufacture are being realised for residential buildings, for mixed commercial/housing projects, educational and health sector buildings. (Published 2007)
SKU: P348
£20.00
The use of modular and other lightweight forms of building construction is increasing. The benefits of off-site prefabrication and improved quality in manufacture are being realised for residential buildings, for mixed commercial/housing projects, educational and health sector buildings.
This publication reviews the basic principles of design using modular construction and addresses the opportunities to achieve a sensible level of standardisation, covering basic dimensions for planning interfaces with cladding, services and other details.

It addresses the following essential topics:

  • Types of modules
  • Mixed modular and panel construction
  • Modules and primary structure
  • Other types of modules
  • Technical issues
  • Dimensional planning
  • Sources of information.
Products specifications
Author R M Lawson
ISBN Not available
Publisher SCI
Edition Year 2007
SCI Ref Code P348
Binding Paperback
Dimensions A4
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