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DEFINITION
Technical documentation consisting of the literal and graphic definition of the works to be carried out for the total or partial total or partial demolition of buildings, describing the characteristics of the building and/or the
characteristics of the building and/or elements to be demolished and the procedure to be followed.
The presentation of the demolition project is an indispensable requisite for the processing of the
of the mandatory administrative authorization by the corresponding official body, generally municipal, prior to the
the corresponding official body, generally municipal, prior to the start of the work.
work.
CONTENTS
Report
Demolition projects must include a report containing, as a minimum, the following information
following information:

  1. Location of the building.
  2. Identification of the intervening agents (promoter and designer).
  3. Description of the building to be demolished.
  4. Surfaces.
  5. Description of the demolition process.
  6. Conditions of the surroundings and possible interactions with other buildings, with general or particular services, etc.
    general or particular services, etc…
    Graphic documentation.
    The projects must include the necessary plans for the definition of the works.
    work.
    Minimum plans to be included:
  7. Situation / site plan that clearly reflects the location of the building.
  8. Plan/s of the current state.
  9. Plan/s of the renovated state (in case of partial demolitions).
  10. Plan/s of the existing installations (if applicable).
  11. Plan/s of the necessary auxiliary means (scaffolding, …).
  12. Drawing/s of the structure to be demolished (if applicable).
    In this section it is also advisable to include all the photographic documentation considered necessary to define the
    considered necessary to define as broadly as possible the building to be demolished.
  13. Specifications
    Demolition projects must contain a set of specifications for the work to be carried out, establishing the
    the works to be carried out, establishing the administrative and technical conditions of the
    of the action:

    Administrative specifications
  14. General provisions.
  15. Optional provisions.
  16. Economic provisions.
    Specific technical specifications.
  17. Prescriptions regarding the execution by work units.
    Technical characteristics of each demolition work unit, indicating the execution process of the technique(s) to be applied, application
    process of execution of the technique/s to be applied, application rules, previous conditions to be fulfilled before its
    conditions to be fulfilled before its execution, necessary auxiliary means, precautions to be taken, removal and waste
    to adopt, removal and management of waste generated, conditions of completion,
    maintenance and conservation, execution control, quality guarantees, acceptance and rejection criteria, measurement and
    acceptance and rejection criteria, measurement and unit valuation criteria, etc.
    Measurements and budget
    Demolition projects must contain a section on Measurements and Budget.
    Budget, which must be broken down into chapters and items and must include all the units necessary for the
    all the units necessary to carry out the work and include a summary by chapters, with the
    summary by chapters, with the expression of the final value in material execution and contract.
    In projects for the public administration, the breakdown of the price of each item must be detailed, including the corresponding
    of each item, including the corresponding tables of unit prices and breakdowns, all in accordance with the
    all of them in accordance with the provisions of Law 30/2007 on Public Sector Contracts.
    of the Public Sector.
    It is important to remember that the Project Budget must include the budget for the Health and Safety
    the budget for the Health and Safety Study and the valuation of the expected cost of Construction and Health
    of Construction and Demolition Waste management, each of them as a separate chapter.
    separate chapter.
    Health and Safety Study or Basic Health and Safety Study
    Demolition projects must contain a Health and Safety Study or Basic Health and Safety Study referring to the
    Health and Safety Study or Basic Health and Safety Study referring to the work to be carried out, in accordance with Royal Decree1627/1997, which establishes the minimum health and safety provisions for construction works.
    in construction works, which may be drafted by the author of the project or by another technician.
    another technician.
    The content of the Basic Health and Safety Studies and of the Health and Safety Studies is detailed in its
    The contents of the Basic Health and Safety Studies and the Health and Safety Studies are detailed in the corresponding section of this manual.
    Waste Management Study
  18. Demolition projects must contain a Waste Management Study for Construction and Demolition Waste in accordance with the Construction and Demolition Waste Management Study in accordance with the provisions of Royal Decree 105/2008,
  19. which regulates the production and management of construction and demolition waste.
    demolition, which may be drafted by the author of the project or by another technician.
    The content of the Construction and Demolition Waste Management Studies is detailed in the corresponding section of this document.
    The contents of the Construction and Demolition Waste Management Studies are detailed in the corresponding section of this manual.

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China: parte de la #presa de #Eping en #Shiyan, provincia de #Hubei, en el centro de #China, #colapsó, lo que provocó la reubicación de más de 5.000 personas.

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Viga puente hinchable, I+D

Desde la #upc nos viene este novedoso y premiado proyecto de puente hinchable

En este proyecto, se diseñará, fabricará y demostrará un puente único, modular, ultraligero y portable (PS-Bridge), especialmente destinado a situaciones de emergencia cuando se requiere el despliegue rápido de un medio que permita restaurar las comunicaciones.

La solución que PSTECH, con la colaboración de CIMNE y BAC, pretende sacar al mercado, PS-Bridge, se basa en el desarrollo y aplicación de una novedosa tecnología denominada Tensairity. Esta tecnología permite reducir el peso de los puentes temporales, disminuye el volumen necesario para transporte y reduce el esfuerzo necesario para éste y su montaje. Estas ventajas son vitales en el caso de los puentes temporales, lo que aportará una solución disruptiva al sector, facilitando el acceso de ayuda humanitaria a las zonas altamente devastadas por desastres naturales.

https://bacecg.com/bac-participa-desarrollo-puente-portable-vigas-tensairity/

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fuentes : #UPC #BAC