The Manual of Below-Grade Waterproofing 2nd Edition by Justin Henshell
Requirements: .PDF reader, 68.2 MB
Overview: This manual covers the history and science of waterproofing materials, the considerable distinctions between waterproofing roofs and plazas and below-grade surfaces, the critical procedures for protecting waterproofing materials during construction, diagnosing and remediating leaks, writing specifications, and detailing waterproofing components. The pros and cons of every waterproofing material and system are comprehensively covered.
This book is an essential resource for architects, civil engineers, contractors, designers, materials manufacturers, and all other professionals involved with the design and construction of underground spaces.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational
You will learn how to:
• weigh positive- versus negative-side waterproofing systems
• weigh dampproofing versus waterproofing
• coordinate with all the professionals in the waterproofing delivery chain
• follow environmental protection and government regulations