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by Duncan Marshall BSc MCIOB MBEng,Derek Worthing BSc Mphil MRICS,Roger Heath FRICS FFB,Nigel Dann
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  • Author:
    Duncan Marshall BSc MCIOB MBEng,Derek Worthing BSc Mphil MRICS,Roger Heath FRICS FFB,Nigel Dann
  • ISBN:
    0728204177
  • ISBN13:
    978-0728204171
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  • Publisher:
    Estates Gazette; 2 edition (August 26, 2003)
  • Pages:
    348 pages
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    Home Improvement & Design
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The book has three specific objectives, to explain why, and how, defects occur. To enable the reader to recognise and identify building defects and to provide, where appropriate, guidance on their correct diagnosis.

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Duncan Marshall, BSc, MCIOB, MIMBM was a Chartered Builder and Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England, UK. Derek Worthing, BSc, MPhil, MRICS is a Chartered Building Surveyor and was formerly a Principal Lecturer at the University of the West of England, UK. He now works as a consultant and a visiting lecturer. Nigel Dann, BSc, MSc is a Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England, UK. Roger Heath, FRICS, FFB is a Chartered Building Surveyor and was formerly a Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England, UK. He now works as a visiting lecturer.

Duncan Marshall, BSc, MCIOB, MIMBM was a Chartered Builder and Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England, U. He is also a Visiting Professor at Uppsala University in Sweden.

This new edition of Understanding Housing Defects has been extensively revised and includes new and revised graphics, many more photographs, and an extended text. The book is a natural companion to The Construction of Houses (first published in 1990 and now in its 3rd revision). Understanding Housing Defects provides a concise, coherent and comprehensive introduction to the causes, investigation and diagnosis of housing defects.It is aimed at all those students and practitioners who require a broad understanding of housing defects as part of a wider sphere of academic or professional activity. The book has three specific objectives, to explain why, and how, defects occur. To enable the reader to recognise and identify building defects and to provide, where appropriate, guidance on their correct diagnosis.The authors have worked in both public and private sectors and have, between them over 75 years' experience in dealing with housing and general building defects. Currently, they are all lecturers at the University of the West England, where they teach on a variety of undergraduate and post-graduate courses. They are also actively involved in carrying out research and consultancy for a number of property owning organisations throughout the UK.