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Database: Engineering Village - compendex

An engineering bibliographic database covering scientific literature pertaining to engineering materials. The name "Compendex" stands for COMPuterized ENgineering inDEX.

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Database: Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals

Indexes journal articles on architecture and design, covering subjects such as the history and practice of architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, historic preservation, and interior design. Coverage from 1930s to present.

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Book: Construction Methods and Management by Stephens Nunnally

Construction Methods and Management, 8th Edition, is designed to guide construction engineers and managers in planning, estimating, and directing construction operations safely and effectively. 

E-book: Materials for Construction and Civil Engineering by Gonçalves, M. Clara

This volume presents the essential topics related to construction materials composition and their practical application in structures and civil installations. 

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E-Journal: Journal of Management in Engineering

The Journal of Management in Engineering offers an avenue for researchers and practitioners to present contemporary issues associated with management and leadership for the civil engineer. *Peer Reviewed

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E-Journal: Building and Environment

Building and environment publishes original papers and review articles on building research and its applications, and on the social, cultural and technological contexts of building research and architectural science. *Peer Reviewed