Brannigan's Building Construction For The Fire Service / Edition 5 available in Paperback
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For over forty years, Brannigan's Building Construction for the Fire Service has been the fire service's most trusted and comprehensive building construction resource available. Now in its Enhanced Fifth Edition, this bestselling resource continues to honor Frank Brannigan's legacy by instilling his passion for detail and extensive practical experience. His motto, "Know your buildings," impacts every aspect of this text.
This Enhanced Fifth Edition now features:
Coverage of the National Fire Academy's Fire and Emergency Services in Higher Education (FESHE) Building Construction for Fire Protection course objectives.
New stand-alone chapter on New, Light, Green (Solar), and Modular Construction.
Enhanced emphasis on tactical considerations found throughout the text.
Trust Brannigan's Building Construction for the Fire Service, Enhanced Fifth Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access to provide straightforward information on different building types and their unique hazards needed to keep fire fighters safe on the job.
|Publisher:||Jones & Bartlett Learning|
|Product dimensions:||7.60(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter1 Introduction Chapter2 Concepts of Construction Chapter3 Methods and Materials of Construction Chapter4 Building and Fire Codes Chapter5 Fire Behavior and Building Construction Chapter6 Features of Fire Protection Chapter7 Wood Frame Construction Chapter8 Heavy Timber Construction Chapter9 Ordinary Construction Chapter10 Noncombustible Construction Chapter11 Fire-Resistive Construction Chapter12 Firefighting Concerns of Green Construction Chapter13 Specific Occupancy-Related Construction Hazards Chapter14 Collapse AppendixA Sprinkler System Design Occupancies AppendixB FESHE Correlation Guide for Building Construction for Fire Protection