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|Title: ||Cladd:ISS – a strategy for managing cladding interfaces.|
|Authors: ||Pavitt, Trevor C.|
Gibb, Alistair G.F.
|Editors: ||Baskaran, A|
|Issue Date: ||2001|
|Publisher: ||© NRC Institute for Research in Construction|
|Citation: ||PAVITT, T.C., GIBB, A.G.F. and SUTHERLAND, G., 2001. Cladd:ISS – a strategy for managing cladding interfaces. IN: Baskaran, A. (ed). Proceedings of the International Conference on Building Envelope Systems and Technology: ICBEST 2001. 26th-29th June, Ottawa, Canada. Ottawa: Institute for Research in Construction, pp. 57-62.|
|Abstract: ||This paper covers the management aspects of Cladd:ISS, a UK Government funded research project to develop a standardised strategy for the design and management of window and cladding interfaces. Cladd:ISS covers interfaces between different cladding types and between the cladding and the frame, roof, building services, internal systems (walls, floors & ceilings) and secondary components such as sun shades, cleaning equipment and handrails. This paper explains the principles of CladdISS with access to process maps, action plans, management strategy, bibliography, advice on standards, materials, maintenance, joints, movement and tolerances. This will enable strategies to be developed to avoid the endemic problems occurring on site. It will also guide the management of the interfaces throughout the project.|
|Description: ||This is a conference paper.|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers (Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering)|
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