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Improving site conditions for construction in bad weather

J. R. Smith

Improving site conditions for construction in bad weather

by J. R. Smith

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Published by [n.pub.,] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J.R. Smith.
SeriesPublic Buildingand Municipal Services Congress -- 1970, paper 26.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21499638M

  Bad weather hurts production because people don't like working in bad weather. When workers are getting drenched, or frostbitten, or hailed on productivity suffers. If you were asked to work outside in the cold (C or worse) for hours d. bad weather: 1 n weather unsuitable for outdoor activities Synonyms: inclemency, inclementness Antonyms: good weather weather suitable for outdoor activities Types: show 9 types hide 9 types raw weather unpleasantly cold and damp weather storminess the state of being stormy cloud cover, cloudiness, overcast the state of the sky when.

the weather conditions at the construction project site. 3. The sample project was representative of the population. Review of Literature Development of Working Day Weather Chart for Transportation Construction in South Dakota Kenner, et al. () provided a method to estimate the number of non-working days due toFile Size: KB. Vision in Bad Weather ∗ Shree K. Nayar and Srinivasa G. Narasimhan Department of Computer Science, Columbia University New York, New York Email: {nayar, srinivas}@ Abstract Current vision systems are designed to perform in clear weather. Needless to say, in any outdoor application, there is no escape from “bad” weather.

The completion of a project depends just as much on the weather as on the contractor’s rate of work. Most projects have standard Main Contract Conditions, i.e. JBCC, NEC or FIDIC contracts, and construction programme periods which outline the conditions for any inclement weather claims the contractor might need to submit for a specific project. Differing Site Conditions. One of the more common risks on a construction project arises when a contractor encounters conditions that materially differ from those reasonably contemplated when the contractor bid on the project. Unanticipated site conditions often generate extra costs and can also substantially delay and disrupt the project.


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Bad Weather Day (or Unworkable Day) - A day when weather or other conditions prevent a minimum of four hours of work with the Contractor’s normal work force on critical path work at the site.

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The Danger of Bad Weather for Construction Work 1. The Danger of Bad Weather for Construction Work Source: carolynconnerBad weather can have devastating effects on construction site safety, especially if work is notadapted according to the adverse weather s can be presented by weather conditions such as hot and dry conditions.

As we hope to see the end of the treacherous weather, many look forward to the new beginning of spring. Businesses and construction projects alike hope to recoup the costs of the harsh weather and make up for lost time.

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And because the weather is beyond the control of owners, it’s difficult, if not impossible, to blame owners when the weather is so bad that work can’t proceed.

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