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    The Grace Building

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    imposing presence of the Grace Building. Fifty-stories high and located at the northeast intersection of both streets, this office building has a side entrance facing 6th Avenue and a main entrance opposite Bryant Park on 42nd Street. It towers over this park with a monolithic stance, distinctly visible in the Manhattan Skyline when it is observed from the southern tip of the island. Grace Building can be seen in the same frame as both the Pan Am and Chrysler Buildings, which stand to its east side

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    3-31-14 Focus Constructing and Building Helping people create tools or projects that will be used frequently is a great act of kindness that can be done for anyone. Whether it be something with a practical use of something created solely for the purpose of entertainment, the ability to build is an invaluable tool. Building is one of the most useful things humans can do. Practically anything can be built with enough time and effort put into it. Creating buildings is something that mankind has done

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    DECONSTRUCTION AND DISASSEMBLY INTRODUCTION In the building industry, sustainability is a measure to determine the harm of a structure to the environment. A sustainable building always takes certain procedures to minimize and limit its damage to its surrounding. Nowadays every architect has something to say over this topic but their ideas are mainly focused on energy aspect and innovative materials. One of the best ways to evaluate sustainability of a building is by using life cycle assessment model (LCA)

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    The Impact of Buildings on the Environment

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    The Impact of Buildings on the Environment In the last few decades, sustainability in design and innovation in construction methods have become increasingly important as both environmental activists and architects alike have realized the impact that buildings have on the environment. We live in an age where our groundwater is becoming more polluted; the earth’s temperature continues rising due to ozone depletion and acid rain drips down upon us. The key source of all of these problems lies in

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    The things I learned about architecture are that if you want to practice architecture you must have experience with building structures. If you want to build a structure you must start building small structures so that they could see you have experience. When you become an architect you are full protected by the government. So when something goes wrong you are not accused. So you don't get your architect license taken away. When you are an architect you must build a model of the structure. The model

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    A tall building or high-rise building is a building whose height creates different conditions in the design, construction and use than those that exist in common buildings of certain region and period[3]. The tallness of a building is a matter of a person’s or community’s circumstance and perception therefore, a measurable definition of a tall building cannot be universally applied. Tall building structures frame requires special structural arrangements, if they are subjected to appreciable lateral

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    Apartment building consist of 9 flats It is residential project in which Aparna is a client, Aparna construction & Real estate Pvt Ltd as contractor and Architects are Genesis planners Pvt Ltd ,Zaki &Associates , Consultant for MEP is Synergy infra , Consultant for Landscape is Naveen Associates . • Area of one floor- 2160 sq area • Total No of flats: 9 • Passenger lift -4 • Staircase-3 • Raft Footing-2 • Combined footing-32 Scope/Nature of Work • Two months is a very short period

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    Building Regulations Part A: Structural Safety Part B: Fire Safety

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    Building Codes

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    Methods and Materials of Construction I Building codes are rules for the contractors, architects, and for the owner. Basically the codes are for to protect public safety, health, and welfare in construction and buildings. The building is a law that is amendments to the builders. With out the building codes we won’t be protected in buildings. Here are some of the buildings codes. Frost line is underground water in soil is expected to freeze. The depth is mostly depends on the location of the weather

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    Building Construction

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    In building construction and in fire prevention there are organizations that have created a useful system on how to determine what type of building falls under which category. The ICC (International Code Council) and the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) create these building codes for the safety of firefighters. The two most commonly known standards for building classifications are the NFPA 5000 and also the International Building Code (IBC). The two are very similar, however, they different

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