in London .
Written in English
|Contributions||British Standards Institution|
|LC Classifications||TA404.5 G7 A48 1945|
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British Standard Code of Practice: Foundations and Substructures: for Non-industrial Buildings of Not More Than Four Storeys: CP Author: British Standards Institution. Council for Codes of Practice: Publisher: BSI., Length: 27 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Code of practice for sealing joints in buildings using sealants BS Workmanship on building sites. Code of practice for decorative wallcoverings and painting BS Workmanship on building sites. Internal and external wall and floor tiling. Proof-correction symbols Use current British Standard proof-correction symbols or terms, and colour coding for corrections (if required by the client) to permit accurate apportioning of costs. However, proofreaders should be aware that not all typesetters (of either printed or digital materials) are familiar with British Standard symbols. British Standard on Demolition, (BS) NEW EDITION Draft copy of the new British Standards Code of Practice for Demolition (BS) Authors.