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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Environmental Code of Practice for Buildings and Their Services 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780860225249
ISBN: 0860225240
Published: August 1999
Publisher: BSRIA Ltd
Format: spiral / comb bound
Price: £50.00



This Code of Practice is the final output of a BSRIA research project. The Code is intended to be a working document for designing environmentally benign buildings, minimizing the adverse impact of buildings in use, refurbishing buildings and ultimately disposing of them in an environmentally sound way.;This document is aimed at at all professionals involved in determining the type and level of a building's services, and in designing, manufacturing, installing, operating and maintaining their services. It should be of interest to clients, architects, project managers, quantity surveyors, facilities staff and building services engineers.;To arrive at the final code, a pilot scheme was established which involved the interest and active participation of a number of organizations with projects at the different stages in the building life cycle. Projects included domestic, public and private sector buildings. The pilot phase assisted in reducing the environmental impact of the projects and processes under scrutiny, and highlighted areas for improvement in the Draft Code. These and comments sought from industry and professional institutions have been considered in revising the Code.

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Contents:
Part 1 Introduction: target audience; impact of the built environment; structure of the code; typical sequences of work stages.
Part 2 Environmental code of practice: inception and outline briefing - inception, outline briefing; feasibility; outline proposals; system design; detail design; production information; tender action - tender documentation, tender evaluation; pre-construction; construction; completion - commissioning, handover; occupation - facilities management, operation and maintenance; feedback; refurbishment and recommissioning; decommissioning; dismantling and disposal.
Part 3 Further information.