Modern Construction Systems and techniques

Building materials account for 60% to 70% of the house construction cost in most developing countries of the world. Any economy in the cost of materials will go a long way in cutting down the overall construction costs which have risen sharply during the last few years. The increase in back log of housing , both in the rural and urban areas of the country, coupled with limited resources available with the government , makes it very necessary to have a close look at the performance of the traditional as well as new building materials developed. Though materials technology has made rapid advances in the past few years, engineers looking upon the availability of building materials for low cost housing have only a limited choice from the most common, traditional building materials such as soil, brick, stone, lime, gypsum, timber, concrete and steel.

  • Low Cost Housing
  • Foundation System
  • Prestressing Systems
  • Construction Equipment planning
  • Bridge Launching Techniques

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