Covers how to use the ribbon, choose workspaces, and use the ViewCube. Also demonstrates how to manage units and options, draw and modify objects, work with dimensioning techniques, and use attributes, tables, and external references.
Explore the lean theory of production and learn how it can be successfully adopted in construction to enhance efficiency. Provides a brief introduction to the theory of lean productivity, describing key concepts and explaining how lean applies to construction.
This course explains the basics of risk management for construction. Learn how risk changes with the complexity of the project and the type of delivery method being employed. Review your role and the scope of the risk management process, from analysis to control. Finally, review how technology can help you manage the challenges involved in daily activities.
The course is a practical and straightforward guide to the math construction professionals need to use the most. It provides clear examples and concise lessons, so you can get back to work and start crunching the numbers right away.
Shows how to create a basic project and set up your work calendar. Next, walks through creating and modifying tasks—the building blocks of any project. Also covers how to assign resources to your project and address resource overallocations. Finally, learn how to communicate your plan using the built-in reports and visualizations, such as one-click burndown charts.
An excellent source of scholarly journals in all academic disciplines. This database covers engineering, language and linguistics, education, history, arts and literature, biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, psychology, religion and theology
Contains full-text leading Australia/New Zealand magazines, and newspapers, including the Australian Financial Review. Also contains local biographies, reference books, and an image and video collection.
Contains full-text content and peer-reviewed business journals. It covers all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, accounting, banking, finance and more. An essential tool for business students.
Contains up-to-date content and expert led online courses. Desktop and mobile. 24/7 access to over 16,000 business, design, & technology courses to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
The collection includes thousands of full-text scholarly journals, newspapers, dissertations and case studies. Choose to filter your search by clicking on the "Books" tab to find only ebooks on your topic.
Designed specifically for the research needs of vocational programs. Topics include counseling, computing, culinary arts, electrical technology, fashion design, graphic arts, health information technology, interior design, travel and tourism, and veterinary assisting.
Quantity Surveying and Construction Journals @ Ara Library
Build is New Zealand's premier building industry information resource. Its mission is to inform, educate, motivate and entertain builders, architects, designers and others who shape the built environment.
It contains the costs of the various parts of a building - residential and light commercial. The unit rates in each issue of the magazine are set by practicing independent cost consultant quantity surveyors and are updated as required for each issue.
Google Scholar is a good alternative place to look for academic articles.
Architects, engineers, builders and those in the concrete sector turn to Concrete magazine for practical, technical and design information on how to maximise the potential of the world’s most widely used construction material.