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May 22, 2017

EBOOK - Building Construction Illustrated by Ching (Francis D. K. Ching)


The first edition of this illustrated guide to building construction appeared in 1975, introducing students and builders of architecture to the fundamental principles that govern how buildings are erected. It marked the emergence of a visual approach to understanding the relationship between design and construction.
In 1991, the second edition provided a more expansive survey of building construction by adding coverage of structural steel, reinforced concrete, and curtain wall systems. The third edition in 2001 remained a comprehensive introduction to
the principles underlying building construction while refining the graphic format and organization of the first two editions, incorporating an expanded discussion of structural principles, elements, and systems and referencing the Americans with
Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines and the MasterFormat™ system established by the Constructions Specifications Institute (CSI) for organizing construction information.
The fourth edition in 2008 introduced the LEED® Green Building Rating System™ in Chapter One and referenced specific LEED criteria wherever appropriate; updated section numbers to correspond to the 2004 edition of the CSI MasterFormat™ system; and complied with the requirements of the 2006 edition of the International Building Code®.

A common thread that wove itself through the first four editions and continues in this fifth edition is the attitude that buildings and sites should be planned and developed in an environmentally sensitive manner, responding to context and climate to reduce their reliance on active environmental control systems and the energy they consume. This edition therefore continues to reference the latest edition of the LEED® Green Building Rating System™ criteria and the section numbers of the 2012 CSI MasterFormat™ system wherever appropriate. Many of the changes and additions in this fifth edition, such as updating information in lighting technologies and ways in which to reduce energy usage in buildings, are incremental and often subtle, but together they comprise a continuing commitment to build wisely and sustainably.
It would be nearly impossible to cover all building materials and construction techniques, but the information presented herein should be applicable to most residential and commercial construction situations encountered today. Construction
techniques continue to adjust to the development of new building materials, products, and standards. What does not change are the fundamental principles that underlie building elements and the ways in which systems are constructed.
This illustrated guide focuses on these principles, which can serve as guideposts when evaluating and applying new information encountered in the planning, design, and construction of a building.

Preface
1 THE BUILDING SITE
2 THE BUILDING
3 FOUNDATION SYSTEMS
4 FLOOR SYSTEMS
5 WALL SYSTEMS
6 ROOF SYSTEMS
7 MOISTURE & THERMAL PROTECTION
8 DOORS & WINDOWS
9 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION
10 FINISH WORK
11 MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
12 NOTES ON MATERIALS
A APPENDIX.

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