The Wiley Dictionary of Civil Engineering and Construction

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Wiley, Apr 10, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 666 pages
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The Wiley Dictionary of Civil Engineering and Construction provides comprehensive coverage of a broad range of technical disciplines. The definitions are designed to be of use to professionals in architecture, engineering, surveying, building, construction, forestry, mining, and public works. Entries include terms, concepts, names, abbreviations, tools, and techniques common to these disciplines, and virtually all terms and their functions were supplied by working professionals and experts in each field.
  • More than 30,000 definitions and descriptions, including many that are not covered in other dictionaries
  • Written with the support and assistance of nearly 100 manufacturers, trade associations, government agencies, and specialists
  • All terms arranged alphabetically; many grouped according to logical common topics; thoroughly cross-referenced
  • All weights, volumes, and spatial dimensions presented in both metric and nonmetric values (conversion factors included)

The Wiley Dictionary of Civil Engineering and Construction is an indispensable resource for civil engineers, contractors and subcontractors, architects, construction administrators, consultants, and students. It also offers assistance to professionals without technical training who need to become familiar with this terminology, including bankers, attorneys, insurers, regulators, and inspectors.

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L. F. Webster is a freelance writer and editor whose articles regularly appear in professional publications throughout North America and the United Kingdom.

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