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Railway Bridge Maintenance, Second edition provides a thorough overview to assist those involved in the maintenance and management of existing railway bridges, dating from the early nineteenth century to the present, that are essential in supporting railway operations. The second edition has been updated to reflect the current challenges bridge...
Fully updated, the second edition of Doing it Differently: Systems for Rethinking Infrastructure sets out the theory, concepts and tools using real-life examples to persuade people to think differently rather than relying on specific techniques or methods for particular types of problem.
Part of a new series of practical handbooks aimed at providing practising engineers with an understanding of sustainability principles and solutions. To be useful for practitioners, the series sets sustainability concepts within well-known engineering management processes of planning, designing and delivering infrastructure. The first volume sets out a framework of...
By Pat Perry
The amount of knowledge required on the subject of health and safety is constantly growing as new and revised laws are implemented, best practice improves, guidance changes. The subject range of this book is therefore broad and each chapter deals with a specific health and safety topic, with a practical,...
An invaluable guide for all students and graduate engineers wanting navigation through projects at the start of their careers. Included in the 7th edition are new case studies drawn from industrial partners and updated coverage of BIM, CDM and sustainability.
By David Hughes
Highways is a comprehensive textbook on all aspects of road engineering and the new edition will cover the latest developments in the field, building on the fourth edition which is still viewed as the leading title in highway engineering, despite now being over ten years old. Originally published 1974, this...
The practical book compares the increasingly popular NEC family of contracts with other construction industry standard forms.
The purpose of this book is to bridge the gap between the level of mathematical engineering knowledge students have following their A-levels and the level of information a first year student will need in their undergraduate mechanics course.