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STA Shop > SIP Construction - A Useful Pocket Site Guide

 
 

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This pocket book presents best practice site checks to deliver good build quality for low rise domestic and commercial SIP buildings. The structural method covered is for SIP buildings constructed using the platform frame method of construction, with SIP external wall panels, timber frame internal wall panels, timber floor joists and SIP roof panels.
The principles can be applied to other types and methods of timber buildings - such as pre-insulated and closed panel frame systems. Of course, Health & Safety on the construction site is of significant importance. See the Structural Timber Association website for further information and Health & Safety guidance.

This guide is of use to:
•             Project managers
•             Frame  erectors
•             Site managers
•             Site inspectors
•             Trade trainers
•             Building control surveyors

This guide provides:

•             Information for the coordination of successful  projects
•             Design-to-site   details
•             The build sequence linked to a checklist of ‘What to look for’
•             Best practice advice for principal details
•             Reference papers and further reading.


You can also view it as an online page turner here 

 
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Pocket Guide
Kiwa
Stackhouse Poland
Pocket Guide