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BRE BR440 - FOUNDATIONS, BASEMENTS AND EXTERNAL WORKS; PERFORMANCE, DIAGNOSIS, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND THE AVOIDANCE OF DEFECTS - H W HARRISON AND P M TROTMAN Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-02-18
Description: Included in foundations and basements is all work below DPC level, including strip foundations, piles, retaining walls to basements; but not including ground floor slabs or rafts, which were included in Floors and flooring, and building services within the footprint of the building, which were included in Building services.
GSA - TT-E-487E - ENAMEL: FLOOR AND DECK Organization: GSA
Date: 1980-04-16
Description: The enamel covered by this specification is intended for interior and exterior use on wood and concrete floors not subject to dampness. Concrete basement floors should be allowed to age for 1 year before painting.
BRE GR11 - REPAIRING FLOOD DAMAGE Organization: BRE
Date: 1997-11-01
Description: Part 2 deals with the treatment and repair of floors, and the draining of under floor areas and basements. The type of floor is significant as flooding affects floor constructions in different ways.
SNZ NZS 3604 - TIMBER-FRAMED BUILDINGS - INCLUDES ADVISORY NOTE ISSUED BY STANDARDS NEW ZEALAND ON 6 OCTOBER 2011 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2011-02-14
Description: The lower floor may be slab-on-ground or suspended timber as follows: (i) For buildings with slab-on-ground the lower storey walls shall be in timber framing, or full height concrete masonry to NZS 4229 (ii) Buildings with the lower floor of suspended timber and lower-storey timber walls shall be supported on either or a combination of foundation walls and piles (iii) Buildings with the lower floor of suspended timber and lower storey full height concrete masonry walls shall be supported on foundations to NZS 4229; (h) Three-storey buildings shall consist of all the following: (i) No more than two storeys supported on timber framing (ii) One storey shall be a part storey in a roof space (iii) The middle storey and part storey shall be directly supported on a lower storey of concrete masonry walls and foundation walls to the provisions of NZS 4229 (iv) The ground floor shall be either concrete slab-on-ground or a suspended timber or concrete floor to the provisions of NZS 4229; (i) The slope of any roof plane shall not be steeper than 60° to the horizontal; (j) For the purpose of forming a mansard roof only, a wall of an uppermost storey may slope by up to 20°; (k) The building wind zone determined from 5.2.1 and table 5.1 shall be Low, Medium, High, Very high or Extra high (i.e.
CRC - DEVELOPING A POLY-CHRONIC - DEVELOPING A POLY-CHRONIC CARE NETWORK: AN ENGINEERED, COMMUNITY-WIDE APPROACH TO DISEASE MANAGEMENT Organization: CRC
Date: 2012-10-29
Description: Kenji sat at his desk in his stark, windowless basement office, just down the hall from his hospital's purchasing department and linen services.

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