Civil & Structural Supplement
Provides guidance on the investigation, appraisal, remedial treatment and building on sites which have become derelict, mainly as a result of human activity. Details the problems posed by derelict sites and how solutions can be approached. The hazards of filled and contaminated sites are discussed with reference to specific industrial past uses, which may be identifiable from historical records. The initial assessment, detailed site investigation, sampling techniques and final appraisal of a derelict site are described. Remedial treatment of filled and contaminated sites is covered and design of foundations, below-ground services, roads and other paving is discussed. The value of monitoring and the importance of contractual aspects are stressed. Detailed guidance is given on matters concerning the safety of site workers and third parties.
Leach, B. A. and Goodger, H. K.
Joint publication with PSA - PSA Civil engineering technical guide 60. This document was previously available within The Construction Information Service in 25 parts, which have now been combined into this single complete pdf.
CIRIA was formerly known as the Construction Industry Research and Information Association. They are a member-based research and information organisation who publish reports and technical papers covering building and civil engineering as well as transport and utilities infrastructure.
NBS has produced specification systems and information products for construction industry professionals for more than 40 years. The National Building Specification is the recognised UK national standard and is used by over 5,000 organisations. NBS is part of RIBA Enterprises Ltd.
IHS Markit is a leading global source of critical information and insight for customers in a broad range of industries. Our customer product and service solutions span four major areas of information: energy, product lifecycle management, environmental and security. By focusing on our customers first, we deliver data and expertise that enable innovative and successful decision-making. Customers range from governments and multinational companies to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 180 countries. IHS has been in business since 1959 and employs more than 3,500 people in 35 locations around the world.