Concept Of Environmental Noise

CONCEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE Noise is the link between what we hear and what we perceive. It may be described as our subjective interpretation of a sound, particularly when it is undesired. Hence Noise is often considered as any unwanted sound that may adversely affect the health and well-being...

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How To Create Contract Legal Relations

In construction management, before any project is started, there are two legal implications one should look out for. Legal advice will be necessary to obtain powers to purchase land, gain access, alter public rights of way, abstract water, discharge waste, gain planning approval, and meet environmental and other objections....

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Motivation Strategies Great Managers Apply in Construction work

One of the most trying periods of my life as a contract engineer was when my company was temporarily insolvent during a very fresh project. Some stages of the project were being completed while we hoped for immediate mobilization for the next milestone. Unfortunately, that wasn’t forthcoming and workers...

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Economic and Structural Implications of Admixtures in Concreting

Concrete is a very good construction material made by mixing cement, coarse aggregate (gravel or crushed stone); fine aggregate (Sand) and water either in designed or prescribed proportions. It is strong in compression and has some resistance to some chemical and biological attack like termites etc. While steel, which...

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Contract Proposal writing

Every contract process starts with a proposal or an offer made by one party to another. To secure a valid agreement such proposal must be accepted. Therefore, a construction proposal is a written offer from a bidder to an owner to carry out and to furnish all labor, materials,...

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