Environmental good practice
Environmental good practice

Environmental good practice (BOOKSET 4)


Special offer (ends 20 September 2019). Purchase this suite of publications and save up to £30 (normal price £220, £110 for members).

This suite of good practice guidance deals with environmental good practice on site and is relevant to all concerned within the construction process. This guide is a user-friendly reference tool and training aid that provides practical advice about managing construction on site to minimise environmental impacts. Good environmental management on site requires a team effort between main contractors, subcontractors, designers, clients and suppliers. This pocket book included in this set provides advice on the management of a range of environmental issues that may be encountered on site and presents good practice to reduce the environmental impacts due to construction.

The fit-out sector faces unique challenges including the need for a quick turnaround, controlling cost and programme, and site constraints, while having potential to significantly impact the sustainability of the space both during fit-out and in use. The fit-out guide included in this pack provides practical, succinct guidance to support the delivery of fit-out projects applicable across a range of sectors. It is focused on the contractor and specifically the site manager, but encourages co-operation between all parts of the supply chain to achieve good environmental practice.

This bookset contains one copy of each of the following CIRIA publications:

Environmental good practice on site guide (fourth edition) (C741)
Environmental good practice on site pocket book (fourth edition) (C762 - set of 10 books)
Fit-out environmental good practice on site guide (C757)

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Publisher: CIRIA
Date of Publication: August 2019

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