Catalogue


International directory of building research information and development organizations /
International Council for Building Research, Studies and Documentation (CIB) ; joint editors, Gy. Sebestyén and C.E. Pollington
edition
5th ed. --
imprint
London : E. & F.N. Spon, c1986.
description
vi, 300 p.
ISBN
0419129901
format(s)
Book
Holdings
More Details
imprint
London : E. & F.N. Spon, c1986.
isbn
0419129901
general note
First-fourth eds. published as: Directory of building research information and development organizations/International Council for Building Research, Studies and Documentation.
Includes index.
catalogue key
895380
A Look Inside
Summaries
Main Description
Every entry follows a standard pattern: after the address and telephone number of the institution there is a brief description of its history and financial support, followed by the names of the senior staff, total number of staff, the institution's structure and services, its main research programmes and a list of its publications. For this new edition a subject index has been added, allowing the reader to identify centres of research activity on individual construction topics throughout the world. The world-wide investment in construction industry research is enormous. This unique directory is a guidebook to that investment which will enable its readers to isolate sources of advice on practical problems, information on national standards and requirements and potential research collaborators.

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