Bridge Deck Erection Equipment: A Best Practice Guide

Members of IABSE Working Group 6

Price: £ 100.00

ISBN: 9780727761934

Format: Hardbound

Publish Date: 06/06/2018

Publisher: ICE Publishing

Page Size: 246x189mm

Number of Pages: 408

Bridge Deck Erection Equipment: A Best Practice Guide

Description

The bridge construction industry has moved with great speed towards mechanized construction solutions using specialized Bridge Deck Erection Equipment to shorten construction programmes and reduce costs. An increased level of knowledge related to these modern construction processes will ensure more efficient use of these methods, facilitate better decision-making processes and improve safety on site. In Bridge Deck Erection Equipment, international experts provide the industry with best practice advice and guidance to building bridge decks economically, practically and, above all, safely.The bridge construction industry has moved with great speed towards mechanized construction solutions using specialized Bridge Deck Erection Equipment to shorten construction programmes and reduce costs. An increased level of knowledge related to these modern construction processes will ensure more efficient use of these methods, facilitate better decision-making processes and improve safety on site. In Bridge Deck Erection Equipment, international experts provide the industry with best practice advice and guidance to building bridge decks economically, practically and, above all, safely.

Written by members of the IABSE working group 6, ‘Bridge Deck Erection Equipment’ this book includes material on the all aspects of bridge deck design and construction, including:

• detailed advice on matters affecting safety
• economic factors for producing best value for all parties involved
• sustainability and efficient use of equipment
• technical aspects and the transfer of best practice knowledge
• interfaces between engineering of the permanent work and the equipment
• management and efficient control of the bridge-building process.

This highly practical best-practice guide will be of interest to all those involved in bridge construction from bridge owners and contractors to designers, consultants and construction equipment suppliers. It will particularly appeal to those with management responsibility within their companies whilst junior bridge engineers will find essential guidance for design or checking procedures.