The Building Services Handbook is a concise yet definitive summary of the techniques and procedures you’ll need to know in your own building services practice.
What does this book cover?
The Building Services Handbook – now in its 9th edition – is a complete and authoritative tome containing virtually everything you’ll need to know about facilities administration, building management and building services. It is clearly and extensively illustrated, making the text very approachable for visual learners. It is perfectly suited to three-year degrees, foundation courses or diploma courses, as well as for Higher National Certificate, BTEC National or NVQ courses.
This edition has many new features, including:
About the Author
Roger Greeno has decades of experience teaching at the further and higher education levels. He teaches at the University of Portsmouth, and often examines for the University of reading, the Chartered Institute of Building, Edexel and City & Guilds. Fred Hall teaches at Guildford College, where he specialises in building services for craft, technical and examination applications.
In the Building Services Handbook, Greeno and Hall have created an essential reference.