Structural Survey: Volume 14 Issue 2

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Table of contents

Estimating the life expectancies of building components in life‐cycle costing calculations

Allan Ashworth

Considers how the life expectancies of building components in a life cycle cost calculation can be determined. Makes comparisons with initial capital cost estimating, where…

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Landscape of squares

Richard Catt

This fifth article in the “small urban spaces” series deals with the gardens of squares, crescents and similar enclosures as landscape.

Making notes on a survey

Ronald Wilde

Gives a personal opinion on the part that note taking plays in surveying and report writing, referring to a recent judgment critical of a surveyor who had no written site notes to…

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Building quality assessment (BQA) for offices

Michael Clift

Describes a computerized system of building appraisal ‐ building quality assessment (BQA) ‐ which has been evaluated by the Building Research Establishment. BQA is a tool for…

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Evaluating the pilot “rebuilding grant” initiative

Stephen Todd

Reports the results of a study carried out using interviews, household surveys, physical surveys, economic appraisal and observations of agencies’ contacts with residents, to…

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An analysis of structural defects occurring in residential buildings in the East Midlands region

Chris Page, Peter Murray

Presents the results of a survey of 501 traditionally‐built residential properties in the East Midlands which identified and analysed the causal mechanisms of 844 specific…

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ISSN:

0263-080X

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited