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Bicycle paths
Bicycle paths 2017-03-06

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A bicycle path (road) is a separate traffic route designed for cycling. The definition is set out in the Law on Road Traffic (Act of 7 March 2007 Journal of Laws 2007 No. 57, item 381) and the Notice of the Minister of Infrastructure and Construction of 23 December 2015 on the technical conditions to be met by public roads and their location (Journal of Laws of 2016, item 124).

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Residential Housing
Residential Housing 2017-02-06

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The Ministry of Infrastructure and Construction estimates that by 2030 the number of flats per 1000 Polish citizens will reach 435. The current figure is 363 flats. This target is to be met through implementation of various schemes, including Mieszkanie+ CFlat+D. By way of comparison, according to the 'Property Index: Overview of European Residential Markets' for 2015, the average housing stock in the EU Member States was 486.5 flats per 1000 citizens.

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New Year's Resolutions for the Construction Industry
New Year's Resolutions for the Construction Industry 2017-01-11

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The start of a new year usually brings about New Year’s resolutions. We tend to reflect on our accomplishments in the previous year and set goals for the year ahead. It is also good to consider what resolutions we can make and keep for 2017 for our industry. Below please find the three of them. Although rather standard, if successfully followed, they can significantly improve the construction environment in which we operate.

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Building a house - traditions, customs, rituals, superstitions and myths
Building a house - traditions, customs, rituals, superstitions and myths 2016-11-28

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We have passed the time of customs and rituals related to celebration of All Saints' Day, Polish Independence Day, St. Martin's Festival or St. Andrew's Day. And we head toward Christmas, rich with many beautiful traditions. Interestingly, there are also customs and superstitions which are linked directly to the construction industry, especially building a house. Many of them are forgotten, while others lasted for centuries and are still known nowadays.

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OHS for earthworks
OHS for earthworks 2016-10-31

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Almost every single construction works start with excavations. Many upgrade projects also require earthworks in order to erect or replace service lines.

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Railway construction
Railway construction 2016-10-03

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The railway in Poland began in 1835, when a railway line from Warsaw to Zagłębie Dąbrowskie and Cracow was opened. More lines were built afterwards. Prior to World War Two, there were 306 km of 115 km/h rated railway lines and 2035 km of 100 km/h rated lines. Following its accession to the EU, Poland began adapting its railway system to high-speed operations (200-250 km/h) which require novel construction technologies for the railway industry.

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Occupational Health and Safety
Occupational Health and Safety 2016-09-05

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Occupational health and safety (OHS) is a set of rules and provisions concerned with creating working conditions that do not endanger the life and health of workers.

Basic OHS requirements are described in Chapter X of Polish Labour code, the regulation on general occupational health and safety provisions (JoL. of 1997, No. 129, item 844 as amended), Polish Standards, and other regulations. The National Labour Inspectorate (PIP) supervises the compliance with OHS rules and provisions.

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From design to maintenance: a quiz
From design to maintenance: a quiz 2016-07-18

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The summer has finally arrived and it's a holiday season. What's more, we have just finished a series of lessons about different stages of building a home. It seems a good time to brush up your English and revise vocabulary and expressions related to the construction industry. Complete the following tasks and check what you remember from all the fourteen lessons published in "Inżynier Budownictwa" monthly starting from March 2015.

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From design to maintenance: declaration of use
From design to maintenance: declaration of use 2016-05-02

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Once a house is constructed, its acceptance must be carried out for you to be able to legally live in it. To do so you must take care of many formalities, in particular collect the necessary documents, and then submit them to the relevant Construction Supervision Inspectorate together with a notice of completion of construction and an application for occupancy permit.

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From design to maintenance: land development
From design to maintenance: land development 2016-04-06

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An already built and beautifully finished house does not mean the end of building works. One should still take care of its surroundings. After all, no one wants to live on a construction site. On the contrary, we want to have a nice, well-ordered and functional plot, which will be the pride of our home and, along with it, will fit into a harmonious whole.

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From design to maintenance: installations (part III)
From design to maintenance: installations (part III) 2016-03-07

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Carrying out the electrical installation works includes electrical service connection, concealed installations (wiring) as well as electrical equipment. When dealing with wiring, you should remember to install telecom cabling systems (interphones, telephones, antennas, computer networks, etc.) as well as an alarm system.

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From design to maintenance: installations (part II)
From design to maintenance: installations (part II) 2016-02-11

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The main task of the central heating system is to ensure proper temperature in usable rooms, thereby providing thermal comfort for occupants. The choice of a home heating system has a significant impact on its future running costs, energy consumption, as well as air pollution (smog). The domestic central heating is often installed along with the hot water system.

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From design to maintenance: Installations (part I)
From design to maintenance: Installations (part I) 2016-01-11

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Carrying out the installation works is a very important step in building a house. Hidden installations are performed once the building shell is complete, yet before or during some of the finishing works (i.e. plaster works, subfloors, drywalls, suspended ceilings). Any visible installations are done once the finishing works are complete.

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From design to maintenance: insulation
From design to maintenance: insulation 2015-11-30

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By definition, insulation is a barrier separating the two adjacent systems, elements or spaces of different properties to prevent or hinder their interaction. Insulation also protects the building's interior from external influences, as well as creates a comfortable microclimate for the people staying there.

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From design to maintenance: floors
From design to maintenance: floors 2015-11-02

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The floor serves as a finishing element for horizontal partitions of the building. It usually consists of several layers and should be done after plastering, as one of the last finishing works. The floor provides thermal, acoustic and damp insulation, transfers the loads, as well as is an essential element in interior design.

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From design to maintenance: Internal plaster works
From design to maintenance: Internal plaster works 2015-10-01

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The plastering begins the stage of finishing works in a building. You can set about plastering once you have electrical, plumbing and central heating systems carried out. Youshould also install windows and exterior doors to protect the building from the weather. This is particularly important if you plan to carry out plaster work when the temperatures are low, i.e. below 5oC.

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