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This book deals with structural surveys for all types of building - domestic industrial and commercial - and includes diagnosis of a wide range of defects. It considers both modern and older construction methods, and deals with the particular problems of alterations and restoration work. Guidance is given on how to carry out measured surveys and on report writing. The third edition covers the latest definitions of types of property surveys, more information on report writing and a range of detail updates.* Covers all types of building - commercial, industrial and historical - not just domestic* Deals with particular problems of conversion and renovation work - increasingly important today * New edition features latest definitions of survey types, more on report writing and a range of other updates * ‘a valuable reference book’ - ASI Journal
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Edward Anthony Nolfi (born September 30, 1958, Warren, Ohio) is an American attorney, editor, teacher, and writer, and the author of numerous legal textbooks published by McGraw-Hill, including the first (and only) comprehensive legal terminology textbook published in the United States, Legal Terminology Explained (2009).
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