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Brickwork and Associated Studies: v. 2

by Harold Bailey

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The three volumes of Brickwork and Associated Studies together provide a complete introduction for building students and include all the subject matter in the City and Guilds Brickwork syllabus as well as the related Associated Subjects. The authors have provided a course of study which shows the relationship between technology and associated studies. This volume deals with solid grouds floors, bonding brickwork, construction of walls, efficiency in bricklaying, cavity walling, bridging openings, piers, squint quoins, separating walls, fireplaces, flues, stacks, appliances, blockwork and partition walls.

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