Pile Design and Construction Practice Book PDF by Michael Tomlinson & John Woodward

Piling rigs are a common place feature on building sites in cities and towns today. The continuous introduction of new, more powerful, and self-erecting machines for installing piled foundations has transformed the economics of this form of construction in ground conditions where, in the past, first consideration would have been…continue reading →

Bridge Design for the Civil and Structural Professional Engineering Exams by Rober H and Jai B. Kim

This Book on Bridge Design is intended to serve both as a study reference for practicing engineers and engineering faculty preparing for the civil and structural professional engineering examinations, and as classroom text for civil engineering seniors and graduate students.Bridge Design for the Civil and Structural Professional Engineering Exams by…continue reading →

Civil Engineering Objective Type Questions by S. S. Bhavikatti

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Download Book on Highway Engineering by S.K. Khanna & C.E.G. Justo PDF

Transportation contributes to the economic, industrial, social and cultural development of any country. Transportation is vital for the economic development of any region since every commodity produced whether it is food, clothing, industrial products f medicine needs transport at all stages from production to distribution. In the production stage, transportation…continue reading →

Download New Aspects of Quantity Surveying Practice by Duncan Cartlidge PDF

The Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors ‘ Quantity Surveying Think Tank : Questioning the Future of the Profession, heard evidence that many within the construction industry thought Chartered Quantity Surveyors were: Arrogant, friendless and uncooperative. In addition they were perceived to add nothing to the construction process, failed to offer…continue reading →