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    Timber has been used as a commodity to build homes since times immemorial. Even now, the craze for timbered homes has not diminished at all. Many people across the world love timber. Thus, they have a desire to build a timber house for themselves. Style, comfort and protection are what can be guaranteed to dwellers of timber houses. Style because of the various architectural designs which can be achieved from timber, comfort because they provide thermal insulation such that dwellers can feel…

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    FINAL INTERNSHIP REPORT I am Karan Chugh a graduate student in Construction Management at Texas A&M University with an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering. I have two years of work experience in construction of multifamily and Homebuilding in India. I started working as an intern at G2 Builders Corporation in Austin, TX from May 18, 2015 for a period of 12 weeks until August 21, 2015. G2 Builders Corporation is a commercial general contractor primarily in Hospitality and Retail…

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    system of inherited, established or customary patterns of though, forms and styles. Architects and designers consciously study and interpret historical and local building patterns and then reinterpret local aspects of making buildings. In order to have an adequate relationship to the past we are to look at change and regeneration and refurbishing. Can be historical and contemporary. Known as “architecture without architects” or unself-conscious design. Traditional forms and styles are…

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    TABLE OF CONTENT PAGE INTRODUCTION 1 • BACKGROUND OF: - LUMUT LEE MARINE ENGINEERING SHIPYARD 2 - UNIKL MIMET SYIPYARD 4 COMPARISION BETWEEN TWO SHIPYARDS 6 CONCLUSION 7 RECOMMENDATION 8 REFERENCE Introduction Shipbuilding refers to the construction of ships that able of floating. Shipbuilding typically takes place in a shipyard by specialized engineers, boat builders, and other marine experts. Shipyard, a place which ships are constructs and…

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    Toyo Ito Theory

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    solve primary form problems and he has been able to keep technologically complication under control. The application of technical resources actually serve the morphological lighting and dematerialization of the construction. At the same time Toyo Ito working on the project of Mediatheque, he start to use “blurring” term to describe his architectural theories. Image 8 Due to the development of modern technology, people start to complete more complex tasks with the help of technical devices…

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    Construction Week Model

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    THE RISE OF UK CONSTRUCTION WEEK UK Construction Week was designed to be influential and challenge the industry from its very inception. Now, shortlisted ‘Best Launch Of The Year’ and ‘Best Team Of The Year’ for the PPA Connect Awards, having already won the ‘AEO Best Trade Show Launch’; it attracted a record number of visitors in its second edition and is showing no signs of slowing down. Launched in October 2015, UK Construction Week just realised its second edition attracting more than 30…

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    4.1 Discussion on Symbolism by analysing the temple forms: 4.1.1 2D Formation: 2D formation of a temple means the formation of plan of the temple. There are certain symbolic patterns followed by the craftsmen and architects of these awe inspiring temples. Some of the depictions of those symbolic patterns are hereby discussed in the following section. 4.1.1.1 The Temple and the Yantra: The main three required thing for worship is Yantra, Mantra and Tantra. There are several Yantras in Hindu…

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    Appendices Appendix 1 ‘The Manhattan Transcripts’ by Bernard Tschumi “The Manhattan Transcripts is a theoretical project of drawings, they differ from the most architectural drawings insofar as they are neither real projects nor mere fantasies. They propose to transcribe an architectural interpretation of reality. To this aim, they use a particular structure indicated by photographs that either direct or ‘witness’ events (some would say ‘functions’, others would call them ‘programs’) At the…

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    Peter Calthorpe Urbanism

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    Notable Planner: Peter Calthorpe Chanel D. Ellison The Ohio State University New Urbanist Peter Calthorpe has not only been a visionary for urban planning, but has brought his visions to life. With ideals similar to John Nolen and his bringing of Garden Cities to America, urban sprawl smart growth have been the plight of Peter Calthorpe’s urban planning focus. Under the umbrella of new urbanism, Calthorpe incorporates the ideas of transit oriented communities and…

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    encounter corruption issue in the industry. The memorandum associated with Master Builders Association Malaysia, Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia, the Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia, the Malaysian Institute of Architects, the Institution of Engineers Malaysia, the Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia, the Malay Contractors Association of Malaysia, and the Malaysian Indian Contractors…

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