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BIM for Design Coordination

BIM for Design Coordination

by Fernanda L. Leite
192 Pages · 2019 · 64 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Avoiding Data Pitfalls
by Ben Jones
272 Pages · 2019 · 73  MB · 3,730 Downloads · New!
Avoiding Data Pitfalls is the communication skills, running meetings, presentations and business communication book which tells the secrets to master data visualization. Ben Jones is the author of this superb book. This is an amazing book that offers insightful ways to avoid data blunders and master the data visualizations. It is the best handbook for that professional who deals with data. This book brings an opportunity to make your strong grip in the presentation, data analysis, and visualization. There is a number of books that briefly explain how to handle data but they are not efficient. Learn what data really is and what are techniques to master data? It takes the reader step by step to process data visualization which also includes analysis and calculations.
Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics
by Norbert M. Lechner
304 Pages · 2011 · 108 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics is the electric management, electrical appliances, and electronics book that contains useful tips to handle electric things inefficient way. Norbert M. Lechner is the author of this superb book. This is a remarkable book that teaches people the different techniques to design crucial building systems that are best for architects. It is the updated third edition of the book that contains each and everything that you needing to know about electricity, acoustics, and plumbing. All the information is up to date that is accurate, concise, and logical. Discover the techniques to build buildings with minimum resources, less energy, and less water. What is best to use the energy resources that have minimum resources and how to be on the top of every situation? We all need electric experts and plumbers in our life from time to time. This book contains the entire basic knowledge that you can apply in practical life. There is no need to hire a professional to fix small changes in your home. All the techniques are followed up with the safety instruction that you can try without any problem. There are case studies and illustrations for follow up exercises.
Strategic Storytelling
by Dave McKinsey
266 Pages · 2014 · 23 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Strategic Storytelling is the running meeting, communication skills, business negotiation, and presentation book that covers tips and techniques to steal the show in your presentation. Dave McKinsey is the author of this fascinating book. It is a comprehensive guide that helps you to create persuasive business presentations without any effort. Learn, how to craft stories and impose your narrative on the audience. How to use your abilities to become expert in narrative frameworks. Master verbal and non-verbal delivery of dialogues. What is the importance of body language in this whole scenario? How to design data-driven slides and master your presentation. You should know about your audience and how to motivate your audience to believe in you. Do not mix things and ideas. Just chose the maximum three ideas that you are going to discuss. Think hard about the challenges of your idea and provide all the solutions with it. Learn, how to grab the attention of your audience within a few seconds you can represent your best at the moment. Before going to the presentation, you should practice and remember each and everything in your mind. Don’t forget to make eye contact with your audience and show them you are a trusted person. In last, take feedback and give answers to the questions.
How To Build a Sauna
by Victor Allen
36 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “How To Build a Sauna: Building Your Own Cheap Indoor Sauna From Scratch Like a Pro” is a great book that describes how to build a sauna in your own home. Victor Allen is the author of this book. Victor Allen is a United States District Judge and former corporation counsel for the city of new heaven Connecticut. He received an Artium Baccalaureus degree in 1986 from Columbia University. In this book, he describes Saunas, it has incredible popularity in the modern world. It is so much attractive and comfortable, so many people want to be a part of that movement. If you want to build your own sauna, then it is very easy and simple for you due to the well-organized procedure outlined in this book. Furthermore, with the help of this book, the reader will learn the history of the sauna, types of sauna, components of sauna and the benefits of sauna. The author also reveals how to build a sauna in your own home and get benefits from this. To sum it up, How To Build a Sauna is an informative book for all the readers.
At Home
by Bill Bryson
581 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“At Home: A Short History of Private Life” is the most delightful and entertaining book you will have touched in a long time. Bill Bryson is the author of this masterful book. Bill Bryson makes history very accessible with this easy-to-read and beautifully illustrated book. Bryson’s historical account of humankind’s domestic history is both fascinating and informative. Bill Bryson was inspired to write “At Home: A Short History of Private Life” after moving into a former Church of England rectory in the small village of Norfolk in the easternmost part of England. The idea came to him when he discovered a secret door in the attic. The tiny rooftop space about fifty feet above the ground provided a panoramic view of two ancient churches and the timeless English countryside. Bryson says the glorious view reminded him of the two thousand years of human activity and how little he knew about the history of the domestic world around him. He says, “We are so used to having a lot of comfort in our lives to being clean, warm and well-fed that we forget how recent most of that is. In fact, it took us forever to achieve these things, and then they mostly came in a rush. His book provides history about how it all happened. Bryson found, to his surprise, that what happens in the world, whatever is discovered, created or bitterly fought over, eventually ends up in our house. Wars, famines, the industrial revolution and the enlightenment are in the paint of our walls, the folds of our curtains and the water in our pipes.