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Building Surveys

Author/EditorGlover, Peter (Author)
ISBN: 9781032308777
Pub Date13/12/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages370
Edition9th Ed
Dimensions (mm)246(h) * 174(w)
This updated ninth edition features new material on modern methods of construction, new sustainable materials, new surveying technologies, and industry developments in the wake of the Grenfell Fire. Essential reading for building construction students, professional surveyors, and others who may be required to inspect and report on buildings.
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Building Surveys has been a trusted guide for both students and professionals for nearly 40 years, evolving throughout its nine editions to address the challenges and responsibilities of the building surveying role. It covers everything needed for initial inspections such as equipment, know-how and procedures to writing an accurate report, making it indispensable to those practising in or studying this field.

  • This updated Ninth Edition features new material on modern methods of construction, new sustainable materials, new surveying technologies and industry developments in the wake of the Grenfell Fire.
  • Essential reading for building construction students, professional surveyors and others who may be required to inspect and report on buildings.
  • Illustrated throughout with colour photos showing examples of building defects in full detail.

All the structural aspects of property surveying are explained, covering foundations, walls and roofs as well as what to look out for and how to deal with problems. Materials and techniques no longer in use are covered as well as new technologies, so the reader is prepared for anything they might encounter. Legal considerations and recent cases are also used to illustrate good working practice, making this an extremely practical companion to the subject.

Building Surveys has been a trusted guide for both students and professionals for nearly 40 years, evolving throughout its nine editions to address the challenges and responsibilities of the building surveying role. It covers everything needed for initial inspections such as equipment, know-how and procedures to writing an accurate report, making it indispensable to those practising in or studying this field.

  • This updated Ninth Edition features new material on modern methods of construction, new sustainable materials, new surveying technologies and industry developments in the wake of the Grenfell Fire.
  • Essential reading for building construction students, professional surveyors and others who may be required to inspect and report on buildings.
  • Illustrated throughout with colour photos showing examples of building defects in full detail.

All the structural aspects of property surveying are explained, covering foundations, walls and roofs as well as what to look out for and how to deal with problems. Materials and techniques no longer in use are covered as well as new technologies, so the reader is prepared for anything they might encounter. Legal considerations and recent cases are also used to illustrate good working practice, making this an extremely practical companion to the subject.

Peter Glover FRICS is a retired chartered surveyor and author.

1. Organization. 2. House Surveys. 3. Foundations. 4. Walls. 5. Floors. 6. Roofs and Chimneys. 7. Joinery and Woodwork. 8. Finishes and Surfaces. 9. Services. 10. Modern Methods of Construction and the Drive for Green Homes. 11. Grenfell and the Cladding Crisis. 12. The Report. 13. Traffic Light and Other Pro Forma Reports. 14. Reports on Non-residential Buildings. 15. Reports on Flats and Apartments. 16. New Buildings and Buildings Under Construction. 17. Reports on Older Buildings. 18. Reports on Leasehold Properties. 19. Reports on Prospective Mortagees. 20. A Typical Building Survey Report. 21. Legal Considerations. 22. Dilapidations. 23. Conservation and the Surveyor. 24. The Surveyor as Expert Witness.

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