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How to work with bar joists, concrete decks, and other structural systems you'll encounter in light-commercial.
A look at materials and methods of brick-veneer construction.
Looking into T-strapping, plywood corners, and old-fashioned let-in scrapping to keep your buildings from racking.
Since Harris’s last report on these innovative slabs in July of ‘85, several have been put to the test, and so far look pretty good...
By Harris Hyman. If you think that a new, engineered heating system is going to work flawlessly from the day it's installed, you're in for a surprise—and a callback.
A successful set of stairs is so comfortable you don't notice it, says engineer Harris Hyman. And here's how…
There's more to demolition than sawing, sledging and hoping for the b est. Engineer Harris Hyrnan reviews the principles and techniques of removing part of a standing structure.
Others say that solar is dead, but Harris Hyman is convinced it's on the rebound. Energy-efficient window glazings are mak- ing the difference, he says.
Engineer Harris Hyman offers some guidelines and tells when it might be all right to break some of the rules.
As steel begins to gain ground in the light-construction industry, Harris Hyman finds little to cheer about — at least for now. A look at the pros and cons of each system.
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