ASTM Volume 04.12 Building Constructions (II): E2112 latest; Sustainability; Asset Management; Technology and Underground Utilities

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    Volumes 04.11 and 04.12 cover standards for measuring the performance of buildings, including: air leakage and ventilation; building economics; building preservation; durability of building constructions; structural performance; exterior insulation and finish systems; lead hazards; and roof systems, windows, and doors.

    Volume 04.12 includes standards on sustainability, including the design, construction, and operation of green buildings and environmental life cycle assessment. It also provides the latest specifications for the evaluation and selection of exhibits for environmentally sustainable meetings, events, trade shows, and conferences.

    This volume also provides standards for designing and implementing efficient and cost-effective personal asset management systems. These standards encompass the entire life cycle of personal property and establish the guiding principles of asset management, including administrative control of assets; physical inventory; and the assessment of loss, damage, and destruction.

    Volume 04.12 also covers standards on technology and underground utilities that cover rehabilitation of sewers using chemical grouting techniques, seismic fragility of water conveyance systems, deployment of optical fiber systems in natural gas pipelines.


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