Construction Waterproofing Handbook: Second Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 26, 2008 - Architecture - 576 pages
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The Latest Waterproofing Techniques and Technology

Fully updated to include new techniques for mold remediation, Construction Waterproofing Handbook simplifies the critical task of keeping a building's envelope watertight. It begins with a tutorial on basic waterproofing concepts and materials, then moves on to the particulars of designing and installing systems in commercial, industrial, and residential structures.

Written by a renowned expert and popular author on the subject, this comprehensive guide provides key information on such matters as quality assurance, admixtures, expansion joints, testing, and safety. Because of recent natural disasters, clients are more concerned with waterproofing than ever. Construction Waterproofing Handbook provides everything you'll need to complete the most demanding projects with confidence and within budget.

Packed with hundreds of illustrations, Construction Waterproofing Handbook includes:

  • Innovative mold remediation techniques
  • New information about residential waterproofing
  • Illustrations of installation procedures
  • Detailed plans and specifications
  • SI units

Inside:

• Waterproofing Principles • Below-Grade Waterproofing • Above-Grade Waterproofing • Residential Waterproofing • Sealants • Expansion Joints • Admixtures • Remedial Waterproofing • Mold • The Building Envelope • Life Cycles • Envelope Testing • Leak Investigation and Detection • Safety • Guide Specifications • Resources
 

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Contents

Chapter 2 BelowGrade Waterproofing
2-1
Chapter 3 AboveGrade Waterproofing
3-1
Chapter 4 Residential Waterproofing
4-1
Chapter 5 Sealants
5-1
Chapter 6 Expansion Joints
6-1
Chapter 7 Admixtures
7-1
Chapter 8 Remedial Waterproofing
8-1
Chapter 9 Mold
9-1
Quality Maintenance and Warranties
11-1
Chapter 12 Envelope Testing
12-1
Chapter 13 Leak Investigation and Detection
13-1
Chapter 14 Safety
14-1
Chapter 15 Guide Specifications for Waterproofing
15-1
Chapter 16 Resources
16-1
Glossary
G-1
Index
I-1

Putting It All Together
10-1

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About the author (2008)

Michael T. Kubal served as Chief Operating Officer of A. J. Jones Construction Company, one of the largest construction companies in the U.S. He has also authored Waterproofing the Building Envelope (0-07-035859-1) and Engineered Quality in Construction (0-07- 035943-1), both published by McGraw-Hill.

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