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In today's building jobs, knowing construction codes simply isn't enough; you must maintain your knowledge of the changes in these codes and standards in order to effectively prepare for work in the industry. That's where the Significant Changes series comes in. One of the latest additions to this best-selling series is SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO THE 2012 IECC® and ASHRAE 90.1 2010.
Designed to provide a straightforward, easy-to-read guide to the International Energy Conservation Code® (IECC®), BUILDING CODE BASICS: ENERGY fills an informational gap that exists between the code itself and the tactical explanatory and reference information needed to properly apply it in a real-world setting.
Green, environmentally-conscious construction is the driving force behind many new construction projects today.
GREEN BUILDING: A PROFESSIONAL'S GUIDE TO CONCEPTS, CODES AND INNOVATION offers students a foundation in green building, and the technologies, market forces, and governmental policies that drive it – the essentials for building and designing environmentally appropriate and efficient building solutions.
Contractor's Guide to LEED Certified Construction is the consummate source of LEED information for all of your construction students.
This is an at-your-fingertips guide to complying with the energy provisions of the 2009 IECC and the standards set forth by the American Recovery and Re-investment Act (ARRA), making it a critical tool for teaching the code enforcement and inspection process.
The first book of its kind on the market, this indispensable "code-consultant" takes the topic of green building concepts one step further and addresses them as they specifically relate to building codes, and in particular, how they relate to the International Residential Code® (IRC).
What does a "green" home look like? What are its characteristics, and how can you ensure that you meet the highest green standards within a given budget? The answers to these questions and more are found in The Green Home, a book dedicated to teaching builders and homeowners alike about environmentally-friendly residential construction.