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The architect's guide to preventing water infiltration

The architect's guide to preventing water infiltration

Autor: Elmer E. Botsai, Phil Cuccia, Hiram Pajo, Charles Kaneshiro
Editorial: WILEY
Paginas: 240
Fecha edición: 22-05-2010
ISBN: 9780470401651
Precio: 90 €

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The Complete Guide to Preventing Architectural Water Infiltration Issues
This insightful guide illustrates how to fortify buildings to withstand the onslaught of nature, primarily against wind and rain, with a back-to-basics look at water infiltration prevention techniques. This guide for architects and builders:
Includes an overview of general guidelines as well as coverage of applications such as those used in below-grade conditions, sealants, and membranes
Covers massing, orientation, seismic issues, wind loads, and discussion of building systems
Examines the key factors causing water infiltration in buildings: exposure, thermal loads, structural movement, and building configuration
With solid advice from experts in the field, The Architect's Guide to Preventing Water Infiltration shows how innovations in today's construction techniques simply won't hold water if they don't follow the fundamental ground rules necessary to keep water out.
Elmer E. Botsai, ArchD, FAIA, an architect with more than four decades of experience as a recognized expert in building diagnostics, is the author of two books and served as the 1978 national president of The American Institute of Architects.
Charles Y. Kaneshiro, AIA, LEED-AP, is principal with Group 70 International in Honolulu, where he specializes in the design of educational and institutional facilities.
Phil T. Cuccia, CSI, CDT, is a specification writer with more than twenty years of architectural experience in preparing specifications and construction documents.
Hiram C. Pajo, AIA, who has three decades of experience as an architect, instructor, and quality control manager, has focused his career on the technical aspects of building design.
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