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  • Building Required For Building A Building Permit

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    Introduction: For building work to begin, a builder must first apply for a building permit. An application must be sent through to the local government or permit authorities in whom the building will be locate, In this case it comes under the city of canning. It is also the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all necessary documents are correct and included in the correct applications. There are various different application forms that must be completed, these include; • Section 40 (local planning

  • Building Design : Green Buildings

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    Green Buildings As Goldman Environmental Prize winner Terry Swearingen stated, “we are living on this planet as if we had another one to go to.” In today’s society, the architectural process is beginning to exponentially grow due to the vast need of building construction for evolving communities. However, many architects are massively constructing without truly realizing the side effects of building architecture to the economy or environment. A building plan should not be viewed solely on the physical

  • Government Buildings And Public Buildings Essay

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    Government buildings including schools, public buildings, universities and institutions (ABS, 2010; IBISwold, 2014; Stasiowski, 2001). Within each of these market segments there are, in turn, two broad property characteristics: 1. New properties – a new building is required where the existing supply is exhausted, does not exist or does not suit the proposed use. 2. Property renovation / addition – where an existing building is altered to suit a new requirement (ABS, 2010; IBISwold, 2014; Stasiowski

  • Building Description Of The Guarantee ( Prudential ) Building

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    Guaranty Building, Buffalo, NY Part One - Building Description The Guarantee (Prudential) building stands as a landmark in Buffalo, New York not just because of its rich history as one of the earliest skyscrapers but because of its highly decorated exterior and unique design which subscribes to its function. The building which stands at 152 feet tall is composed of various zones from the ground going upwards. Its architects, Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler ensured that the building was divided

  • Building Construction

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    Building Construction Related to the Fire Service Chapter 1: Building Construction & Fire Service The building variables that FF must consider: • Age of building – age in itself is not a hazard but an indication of potential hazards • Fire protection systems – first line of defense in a building • Occupancy of the building – often affects fire behavior…each occupancy has different hazards & fuels, and the structural components are subjected to different temperatures, heat release

  • Building Construction

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    (4) Building construction is a complex, significant, and rewarding process. It begins with an idea and culminates in a structure that may serve its occupants for several decades, even centuries. Like the manufacturing of products, building construction requires an ordered and planned assembly of materials. It is, however, far more complicated than product manufacturing. Buildings are assembled outdoors on all types of sites and are subject to all kinds of weather. Additionally, even a modest-sized

  • The Building Of Building A Building

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    The building envelope is the building shell or enclosure that separates the interior of a building with the outdoor environment. This physical separator serves as an important component to maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor environment by transferring the air, water, heat, light and noise. The components of an envelope typically include walls, fenestration, floors, roof and doors with additional parts such as thermal insulation and shading devices. As discussed above, the climate is an important

  • Design Of The Building A Gallery

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    • The building went for sale around 2010 and was recently acquired by Urban Splash Development. • The Civic Centre (Council House and South block) will be converted into a gallery. • • The gallery will house permanent exhibitions about slavery, temporary spaces for other exhibitions, a restaurant, a roof garden and gallery shop. Adaptive Reuse • Large windows on the restaurant for great visual experience of the site. • • At night, warm lighting will frame the large windows. • • Propose roof

  • The Effect of Dampness on a Building

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    water enters to the building with any part especially, at ceiling, walls or floor. Dampness can lead the problem to the building (J.Douglas & J.Stewart Stirling.1997). The popular of element that always occurs the dampness is wall (internal & external), beam, soffit slab, and ceiling. Dampness in building is the common cause of building failure. The building that built with loose material can attempt the water freely enter to the building. And when dampness enters to the building dampness will occur

  • High Rise Buildings

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    CHAPTER II: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 3.1 HIGH RISE BUILDING 3.1.1 Defining High Rise Buildings According to The Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habit, high rise building has a height that creates different conditions in the design, construction, and use than those that exist in common buildings of a certain region and period. A high rise building is defined to be a building which total height exceeds 36m or more than 12 floors and its use varies between residential, administrative or as

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