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Brochure AMAS rev 1 100% CHARTERED BUILDING SURVEYORS — PROJECT MANAGERS Residential Property Services that can be provided for residential properties include :-  Building Surveys  Defect Diagnosis Project Monitoring New build luxury flats and houses Central London  Party Wall Matters  Boundary Disputes  Re-instatement Cost Assessment (Building Insurance Valuations) Contract Administration Building Repair Central London  Project Monitoring  Project Management  Contract Administration  Building Repair Refurbishment and  Maintenance building works  Quantity Surveying  Expert Witness Resolution and Dispute Maintenance advice Block of flats North London Employers Agent Refurbishment of student accommodation Birmingham Building Survey House North London These services can be carried out to all types of residential property ranging from flats, houses, blocks of flats, mixed use properties, student accommodation and other residential institutional property.


municipal-portfolio-performance-project-9-15 99%

The program team has used the pilot results to help the city develop a strategic energy management plan, and to build a business case for outcome-based energy policies and to provide lessons learned for other cities.


Project Antoaneta Kaneva 99%

The new build AAU building is selected to serve as an example of a complex building project.


14. All About Air Tightness - 04.09.2015 99%

Build It Right, Build it Tight – Right For Air Tightness When Building a New Property make it Air Tight Building or Refurbishing a new or old property with traditional cavity wall construction or with timber frame to achieve an air tight building can be daunting, but when you get your head around it, there are simple ways of achieving an air tight building.


LEED V4 POSTER - hweekend 2016 98%

585-764-5423 / 416-824-2677 (CDN) LEED GA Topics Covered Introduction to sustainability in the 21st century    Description of the causes and effects of climate change due to global warming Highlighting the distinction between energy production and consumption The built environment as the largest consumer of energy and producer of greenhouse gases Introduction to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)      How LEED is used to reduce the foot print of our built environment How LEED contributes to a more economical building and healthier lifestyle for its occupants Who created LEED and what is the process to certify a building including the point system The tools and standards incorporated into LEED which result in a holistic green building standard How to market yourself as a LEED professional and understand LEED impact categories Location and Transportation  How to reduce your building’s impact on the environment due to automobile dependence    Incorporating your building with existing infrastructure and public transportation Where to build the project in order to reduce its environmental impact and halt urban sprawl How to select the correct project site to maximize LEED points and mitigate environmental impact Sustainable Sites    The benefits of open space on your project site and having occupants interact with said space Reduction of storm water runoff and curbing the heat island affect to reduce cooling loads How to reduce light pollution to minimize energy loss and off-site disturbances Water Efficiency    How to reduce potable water consumption by installing low flow fixtures and reusing water The benefits of properly monitoring your water consumption and possible incentives How to reduce potable water use for irrigation and treat waste water on site Energy and Atmosphere    Using building modeling software and on-going metering to estimate and record energy usage How to reduce energy losses from the building and how to source energy from on/off-site renewables The necessity of building commissioning and refrigerant management for LEED Materials and Resources    How to reduce construction demolition waste and allow for occupant recycling when occupied LEED’s Building product disclosure and optimization unique approach for material selection The function of Environmental Product Declarations and benefits of local materials Indoor Environmental Quality    How to reduce indoor air pollution to increase occupant comfort, health and productivity How points are awarded for lighting and thermal control and comfort How to incorporate daylight and views to positively contribute to the indoor environmental quality Innovation in Design and Regional Priority    How LEED rewards sustainable strategies which are out of the scope of LEED How to receive exemplary performance points for exceeding existing credit requirements How LEED rewards points for satisfying credits of utmost importance to specific regions Exam registration, materials overview and Exam taking tricks  How to self-study for the exam and the exact procedure to ensure the highest passing rate  How to register with the USGBC and find the best location to take the exam  How to use the most effective strategy during the exam LEED and its Merits What is Sustainability?


Energy-Saving-Controllers 97%

Our goal is to shed more light in a very interesting topic which can help researchers and practitioners to build energy saving controllers which are not only interested in traditional aspects like outdoor and indoor Figure 3.


Volunteer Packet 2014-2015 - Habitat Samsung Build 2 97%

You will be building a home that will one day shelter a family and provide them the means to build a brighter future for themselves and their children.


Brochure 136 97%

Straight or curved islands or bays, it’s easy to build them to suit your layout.h Each platform kit contains enough components to allow up to 10ft.


2011 CC Brochure V1 GoingGreen 97%

We operate as a partnership with families to build their homes.


HDR QandA 96%

“The City caved to HDR‘s threats to leave Omaha” HDR  never  threatened  to  leave  Omaha.    However,  its  plan  to  build  a  $130‐140  million  world  headquarters downtown was in jeopardy if OPAS would not sell the surface parking lot at 11th &  Dodge. HDR had looked at other Omaha sites, outside of downtown.  The  City  partners  with  developers  all  the  time,  we  make  investments  in  projects  that  benefit  the community.  For example, we used street bonds to pay for about $6 million in infrastructure  at the Baxter Arena and transportation bonds to pay for the streetscape project in Benson.  TIF  financing  makes  many  developments  possible,  like  AkSarBen  Village,  the  Capitol  District,  First  National Tower, The Lumberyard in Millard, and Highlander 75 North at 30th and Parker.   “Why would the City pay $10 million?” The purchase price for these properties is based on appraisals, not assessed value, relocation   costs, and other costs related to a real estate transaction.  The only condition of the sale is that OPAS sells that parking lot to HDR.  If that sale falls through, we will not buy the buildings.


THE excel 96%

Supercrit Build (2cl/3d) Σ Base Dmg 59,727 x 1250 = 74658 Basic assumptions: