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    20 Steps for Installation of Steel Reinforcement

    Stair step is a civil structure utilized to simply moving up and down. It is known as staircase in the world of civil engineering. Placement and installation of staircase reinforcement is forever perplexing for construction workers. Here are the 20 steps for installation of rebar/reinforcement for the staircase. 1. Unbending of extended steel bars from […] More

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    Modular Construction – Modular Green Building

    Modular construction allows for efficiency and sustainability in all aspects of the construction process. The green modular building is the practice of increasing the efficiency with which buildings use resources – energy, water, and materials – while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment, through better siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal – […] More

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    Basic Requirements for a Building

    The planning and construction of a building should be aimed at fulfilling the following requirements: 1. STRENGTH A wall should be strong enough to take up the loads safely due to its own weight, super imposed loads and lateral pressure such as wind. 2. STABILITY It should be stable against overturning by lateral forces (due […] More

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    Different Types of Concrete Mix

    Concrete is made up of cement, aggregate (particles of stone) and sharp sand. When you mix these ingredients with water, they bind into a solid, hard material. In different proportions, they produce concrete of different strengths for different uses. It’s important to get the proportions right. If there’s too much aggregate, you’ll struggle to get […] More

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    Circular Column Design

    Circular reinforced columns have higher strength than square or rectangular columns. Circular cross-section columns are more resistant to buckling as compared to a rectangular cross-section. Furthermore, circular sections will have uniform torsion characteristics. circular column design spreadsheet example The difference between the strength of two different types of columns: Columns having shear reinforcement in form of spirals gives better […] More

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    Expert Advice on How to Save Money During Negotiations with Suppliers

    Smart negotiations with your suppliers and vendors will lead you to generate thousands of dollars in savings throughout the year. We have asked procurement experts and successful builders about some of the best helpful tips and ideas they have used, and here is a very important list. Some of these ideas can be used when […] More

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    Bricklaying Robot Works 20 Times Faster Than Humans

    A bricklayer’s job is probably one of the toughest going around. Unforgiving work, undertaken under a belting hot sun with a poorly paid apprenticeship, it is no wonder brickies are known for loving a schooner. Yet they could find their jobs stolen over the next few years, and no, it is not because the Australian […] More

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    7 Advantages of Steel Buildings in Construction

    Steel buildings have environmental benefits that most people would never even consider. Any steel structure incorporating the organic material, there is a minimal risk of mould and mildew infestations and steel buildings are 100% recyclable so can either be easily repurposed. Steel building construction tends to be favoured by those in the agricultural and engineering […] More

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    Pad Foundations Spreadsheet

    This Spreadsheet is intended to help practising engineers to quickly optimise pad foundations. Pad foundations are generally shallow foundations, but can be deep depending on the ground conditions. They are a form of spread foundation formed by rectangular, square, or sometimes circular concrete ‘pads’ that support localised single-point loads such as structural columns, groups of […] More

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    This Concrete Calculator Free Application Help You Calculate Quantity Easily

      The Concrete Calculator is very useful for quantifying the volume and weight of the concrete necessary for the size, or area, of the land that requires to be covered. The concrete calculator can be used to estimate the Staining Concrete, Stamping Concrete, Concrete Overlays, Concrete Resurfacing, Concrete Polishing, Concrete Dyes, Colored Concrete etc. Portland […] More

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    3 Types of Concrete Joints in Building Structures

    Concrete joints are used to compensate when concrete expands or shrinks with changes in temperature. Concrete joints are normally used to prevent cracks when the concrete shrinks, by creating forming, tooling, sawing and placing joint formers. The pre-planned cracks will provide a better finish concrete product and will be formed in specific locations where those […] More

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    10 Things to Remember During Concrete Mix Design and Concrete Trials

    Good quality concrete starts with the quality of materials, cost effective designs is actually a by-product of selecting the best quality material and good construction practices. Following are 10 Things to remember during Concrete Mix Design and Concrete Trials. 1. ACI and other standards only serves as a guide, initial designs must be confirmed by […] More

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