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Systems for Interior Construction

  • Frederick S. Merritt
  • James Ambrose

Abstract

The interior of a building is usually divided into many spaces that are enclosed so that they are separated from each other. There are numerous reasons for this.

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Revolving Door Building Engineering Floor Covering Entrance Door Steel Deck 
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References

  1. Sweet’s Architectural File, Division 10, McGraw-Hill, New York (updated annually)Google Scholar
  2. Also see general references for this chapter.Google Scholar

References

  1. Sweet’s Architectural File, Division 8, McGraw-Hill, New York (updated annually).Google Scholar
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References

  1. Sweet’s Architectural File, McGraw-Hill, New York (updated annually):Google Scholar
  2. Div. 9—suspended ceilingsGoogle Scholar
  3. Div. 10—access flooringGoogle Scholar
  4. Div. 15—HVAC systemsGoogle Scholar
  5. Div. 16—electrical and lightingGoogle Scholar
  6. Also, for structural floors:Google Scholar
  7. Div. 3—concreteGoogle Scholar
  8. Div. 5—metal (steel deck)Google Scholar
  9. Also see general references for this chapter.Google Scholar

Reference

  1. Sweet’s Architectural File, Division 9 (finishes) McGraw-Hill, New York (updated annually).Google Scholar

General References and Sources for Additional Study

  1. F. Merritt, Building Design and Construction Handbook, 4th ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 1982.Google Scholar
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  4. H. Olin et al., Construction Principles, Materials, and Methods, 5th ed.. The Institute of Financial Education, Chicago, 1983.Google Scholar
  5. Sweet’s Architectural File, McGraw-Hill, New York (issued annually).Google Scholar
  6. Uniform Building Code, International Conference of Building Officials, Whittier, CA, 1988 (new edition every three years).Google Scholar
  7. The BOCA Basic National Building Code/1984, 9th ed.. Building Officials and Code Administrators International, Country Club Hills, IL.Google Scholar
  8. Southern Standard Building Code, Southern Building Code Congress International, Birmingham, AL.Google Scholar

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© Van Nostrand Reinhold 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • Frederick S. Merritt
    • 1
  • James Ambrose
    • 2
  1. 1.West Palm BeachUSA
  2. 2.University of Southern CaliforniaUSA

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