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TitleBuilding Services Design Methodology: A Practical Guide
PublisherSpon Press
ISBN 139780203478707
Author
LanguageEnglish
File Size1.1 MB
Total Pages175
Table of Contents
                            Book Cover
Title
Copyright
Contents
List of tables
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Preface
1 Introduction
2 The building services designer's role and responsibilities
3 Design in engineering construction
4 Feasibility studies
5 Concept design stage
6 The design brief
7 Scheme design stage
8 Detail design stage
9 Construction design information
10 Construction
11 Design feedback
Index
                        
Document Text Contents
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Building Services Design Methodology

Building Services Design Methodology: A practical guide clearly sets out and de®nes

the building services design process from the feasibility stage through to post-construc-

tion design feedback. By providing a simple step-by-step methodology the book

describes how compliant and creative design solutions are matched to the clients

project requirements encouraging design success and repeat work. The generic advice

and guidance is set in the current legal and contractual context making this volume

required reading for all building services professionals and students.

David Bownass C.Eng., MSc., B.Eng., MIMechE, MCIBSE, MIOA. is a Technical

Director with WSP, the construction services group. He has spent 18 years in Building

Services engineering, working for contractors, design consultants and client organisa-

tions. His experience ranges from pre-design client liaison work through to post-

construction commissioning and ®nal account close out. In recent years he has concen-

trated on front end project work and the management of Building Services design and

installation contracts.

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