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ASTM Cost Estimate Classification System Released

ASTM International Standard E 2516 Classification for Cost Estimate Classification System provides a logical, consistent and objective methodology for the classification of cost estimates for a building project. Because details frequently change during the course of designing, with each detail affecting cost, the standard allows project team members to differentiate between each different cost ...

February 26, 2007

ASTM International Standard E 2516 Classification for Cost Estimate Classification System provides a logical, consistent and objective methodology for the classification of cost estimates for a building project. Because details frequently change during the course of designing, with each detail affecting cost, the standard allows project team members to differentiate between each different cost estimate resulting from these changes. Using E 2516 will ensure that the validity of all cost estimates made along the way can be easily understood by everyone on the construction team. ASTM International standards are available for purchase from Customer Service at (610) 832-9585 or at www.astm.org.

To assist service technicians in maintaining TIREMAAX® automatic tire inflation systems, Hendrickson published TIREMAAX Troubleshooting, a free interactive CD. Serving as a visual tool to illustrate troubleshooting techniques described in various technical publications, the CD is available on Hendrickson's website at www.hendrickson-intl.com in Flash format. TIREMAAX automatic tire inflation system detects and responds to low tire pressure by directing air from the trailer air tank to one or more tires when the inflation pressure dips below a pre-set level. The system signals the operator to situations or circumstances requiring attention with blink codes.

The International Association of Concrete Drillers and Sawers (IACDS), an international trade association of sawing and drilling associations from the concrete construction and renovation industry, has released an updated/amended second edition of its Tolerances and Limits for Construction Drilling and Sawing. Developed through the cooperation of sawing and drilling associations from Australia, Austria, Germany, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States, the IACDS Tolerance standard covers definitions, reasons for issuance of tolerances, and maximum tolerances for each sawing and drilling discipline including core drilling, flat sawing, wall sawing, and wire sawing. Also covered are maximum tolerances for crushing and bursting. The IACDS Tolerance standard is available for download on the website at www.iacds.org in the "news" section.

Measuring 26-1/2 inches tall by 28 inches wide, the six-page 2007 Kenworth Wall Calendar features photographs of T660 86-inch Studio AeroCab®, T660 72-inch AeroCab Aerodyne®, T800 Extended Day Cab, T2000 75-inch Aerodyne, W900L 72-inch AeroCab Aerodyne, and T300 Class 7, while the 2007 Kenworth Appointment Calendar features 12 Kenworth trucks. This year's calendar recognizes Kenworth's reception of three 2006 J.D. Power and Associates awards. To order, visit a Kenworth dealer or www.shopkenworth.com and click on "Calendar."

John Wiley & Sons is releasing two books that guide engineers and students through application of design and management fundamentals to engineering, construction, funding, and operation of bridge projects. Design of Highway Bridge: An LRFD Approach, 2nd Edition and Design of Highway Bridges, 2nd Edition are filled with instruction and information for design techniques and construction methods as well as advice for management, operation, financing, and repair of existing bridges. Both books are available at local bookstores or by calling (800) 225-5945.

Based on Special-Lite's print catalog, the 2007 product catalog is available on a Windows-based CD. Features include exportable CAD drawings in AutoCAD® R12 DWG format as well as brochures and sales sheets; order forms for literature and samples; color selection, windload and deadload charts; and miscellaneous technical information on warranties, product training, door handling, and cleaning instructions. The CD also provides links to current specifications and product order forms on www.special-lite.com and a color photo gallery of the company's product lines. For a copy, contact Special-Lite representatives, call (800) 821-6531, or visit the website.

The Lincoln Electric Company has released an Arc Welding Safety CD (MC06-209) featuring industry and product news such as OSHA Hexavalent Chromium Standards and OSHA's Small Entity Compliance for Hexavalent Chromium Standard. The CD also serves as an additional resource for safety topics including Arc Welding Safety, Fume Extraction Equipment, and Lincoln Electric MSDS Updates — Hexavalent Chromium and offers links to industry information on safety and health topics. To request a free copy of the CD, visit www.lincolnelectric.com, under Quick Links by selecting Welding Safety.

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