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building regulations floor joists
    building regulations
  • The Building Code of Australia and other regulations stipulated by local authorities relating to the design and construction of buildings.
  • Written permission from a local authority permitting construction of a house, extension or conservatory.
  • Rules of a legal or statutory nature by which local councils control the manner and quality of buildings. They are designed to ensure public safety, health and minimum acceptable standards of construction.
    floor joists
  • (Floor joist) A horizontal structural member used in repetitive patterns to support floor loads.
  • A wooden (or steel) beam which directly supports flooring in common with other joists (or a ceiling lining as a roof joist) Types of floor joists generally used by Ecoframes are:- SOLID TIMBER- Treated softwood floor joists  at 400, 450 or 600 mm centre spacings.
  • (floor joist) joist that supports a floor
building regulations floor joists - Building Services
Building Services Handbook, Sixth Edition: Incorporating Current Building & Construction Regulations
Building Services Handbook, Sixth Edition: Incorporating Current Building & Construction Regulations
Building Services Handbook summarises the application of all common elements of building services practice, technique and procedure, to provide an essential information resource for students as well as practitioners working in building services, building management and the facilities administration and maintenance sectors of the construction industry. Information is presented in the highly illustrated and accessible style of the best-selling companion title Building Construction Handbook. This new edition contains extended information on water system components, control systems for hot water and heating, ventilation and air conditioning, drainage, gas appliance flues and further examples of design calculations. It has been revised and expanded to take into account recent amendments to the Building Regulations Approved Documents and guidance from British and European Standards.
THE comprehensive reference for all construction and building services students, Building Services Handbook is ideal for a wide range of courses including NVQ and BTEC National through Higher National Certificate and Diploma to Foundation and three-year Degree level. The clear illustrations and complementary references to industry Standards combine essential guidance with a resource base for further reading and development of specific topics.


* Ideal for students on general construction and building services courses
* Each topic presented concisely using plain language and clear drawings
* Incorporates updated references to relevant regulations and practice standards
* Includes established and contemporary practice
* Website resources available

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NYC: Lipstick Building
NYC: Lipstick Building
The Lipstick Building, also known as 53rd at Third, is a 453 foot (138 meters) tall skyscraper located at 885 Third Avenue. It was completed in 1986 and has 34 floors. The building receives its name from the shape and colour it has which were based on a lipstick. At three levels, blocks of the building recede as part of a building regulation in which the building is required to recede at least 3 times to allow the availability of light to street level. The shape, which is unusual in comparison to surrounding buildings, uses less space at the base than a regular skyscraper of quadrilateral footprint would use. This provides more room for the high numbers of pedestrians who travel via Third Street. At the base, the building stands on columns which act as an entrance for a vast post-modern hall. They are two stories high and which separate the street from the nine meter high lobby. Due to the fact that the elevators and emergency staircases are located to the rear of the building, this area is "hollow". The exterior of the building is a continuous wall of red enameled Imperial granite and steel. The ribbon windows are surrounded by gray frames. Inbetween each floor is a small line of red which is taken from the red colour of lipstick. The curvature of the building allows light to reflect off the surface at different places.
The Lipstick Building
The Lipstick Building
The Lipstick Building (also known as 53rd at Third) is a 453 foot (138 meters) tall skyscraper located at 885 Third Avenue, near East 53rd Street, next to the Citigroup Center in Manhattan, New York City. It was completed in 1986 and has 34 floors. The building was designed by John Burgee Architects with Philip Johnson. The building receives its name from the shape and colour it has which were based on a lipstick. At three levels, blocks of the building recede as part of a building regulation in which the building is required to recede at least 3 times to allow the availability of light to street level. The shape, which is unusual in comparison to surrounding buildings, uses less space at the base than a regular skyscraper of quadrilateral footprint would use. This provides more room for the high numbers of pedestrians who travel via Third Avenue. Source: Wikipedia

building regulations floor joists
building regulations floor joists
Building Services Handbook, Fifth Edition: Incorporating Current Building & Construction Regulations
* Ideal for students on general construction and building services courses
* Each topic presented concisely using plain language and clear drawings
* Incorporates updated references to relevant regulations and practice standards
* Includes established and contemporary practice
* Website resources available
Building Services Handbook summarises the application of all common elements of building services practice, technique and procedure, to provide an essential information resource for students as well as practitioners working in building services, building management and the facilities administration and maintenance sectors of the construction industry. Information is presented in the highly illustrated and accessible style of the best-selling companion title Building Construction Handbook. This new edition contains extended information on water system components, control systems for hot water and heating, ventilation and air conditioning, drainage, gas appliance flues and further examples of design calculations. It has been revised and expanded to take into account recent amendments to the Building Regulations Approved Documents and guidance from British and European Standards. Online lecture facilities include PowerPoint slides illustrating a selection of services areas, providing key diagrams for use with presentations and handouts. THE comprehensive reference for all construction and building services students, Building Services Handbook is ideal for a wide range of courses including NVQ and BTEC National through Higher National Certificate and Diploma to Foundation and three-year Degree level. The clear illustrations and complementary references to industry Standards combine essential guidance with a resource base for further reading and development of specific topics. Roger Greeno is a well-known author of construction texts. He has extensive practical and consultancy experience in the industry, in addition to lecturing at several colleges of further and higher education, and the University of Portsmouth. He has also examined for City & Guilds, Edexcel, the Chartered Institute of Building and the University of Reading. Fred Hall's books on Building Services have helped thousands of students gain their qualifications and pass exams. He was formerly a Senior Lecturer at Guildford College.


* Ideal for students on general construction and building services courses
* Each topic presented concisely using plain language and clear drawings
* Incorporates updated references to relevant regulations and practice standards
* Includes established and contemporary practice
* Website resources available

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