Erection of Steel Buildings: Accepted Good Practice in the Selection of Plant and Methods

by
Committee of the Construction Division on Construction Plant and Methods through Its Sub-Committee on Steel Buildings

American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
1934, Soft Cover, Pg. 19


Manual of Practice No.: 9

Out of Print: Not available at ASCE Bookstore.


Document Type: Book - Manual of Practice

Abstract: The data and directions in this manual, Erection of Steel Buildings: Accepted Good Practice in the Selection of Plant and Methods, have been assembled for the information and guidance of engineers and contractors. Although the needs of the young job superintendent and the resident engineer were considered most important, seasoned construction workers may also find numerous suggestions herein that they can use to advantage. This manual covers a wide range of topics, including erection equipment and procedure, plant layouts and hoisting equipment, a 40-story steel frame building, and erection of welded steel frame buildings.

Subject Headings: Steel structures | Steel frames | Steel | Labor | Information management | Contractors and subcontractors | Seasonal variations | Hoisting

 

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