Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on final year professional practice project: building technology used Paper must be at least 2500 words. Please, no plagiarized work! On the right hand of the road user inside the compound, there is a parking lot that is made for the staff (Lambeck and Eschemuller 2009). This was so because in that area there was enough space for them to park easily and no congestion as shown in figure 1 a & b.
This was to ensure that there were no unnecessary delays in terms of serving the clients. On the left hand, there are three parking lots for the buses as shown in figure 1a. This was so because the facilities belong to the company and will always be operating within the premises. Next to the bus parking lot, there is parking for the customers. The slots are twenty in number despite the fact that the expected number of customers being 30. This is because the customers cannot give a 100% turnout for the parking lots to be busy. There will always be few customers who will be being attended at a time and that means if we were to set up 30 parking lots, then some will remain idle for a long time (Yellamraju 2011).
Figure 5 shows the cross-section of a wall showing the parts it comprises. It has a concrete lintel at the top while the concrete strip is found at the foundation. At the foundation, it is put in place together with a polythene paper which acts as a dump proof material to prevent the wall from absorbing moisture from the ground.
In figure 6 below, part labeled A shows the new 600mm wide concrete trench fill foundations to a min depth of 1m, which is put to suit site conditions and to building control approval. It provides foundations to all new external walls, party, walls, and load-bearing walls. The section labeled B shows the new floor which is well compacted and it’s 150mm and sand blinded hardcore, 1200G DPM, 100mm, concrete flow slab, with 3 coats of synthaprufe over (fully lapped with DPC membrane to the existing floor) followed by 50mm Celotex floor insulation between 50*5o treated timber battens with 22mm T&G moisture resistant boarding over, then clients selected the floor finish.