Understanding Infrastructure: Guide for Architects and Planners by George RainerUnderstanding Infrastructure: Guide for Architects and Planners by George Rainer

Understanding Infrastructure: Guide for Architects and Planners

byGeorge Rainer, Rainer

Hardcover | April 2, 1990

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About the author George Rainer, PE, AICP, a principal in the firm of Flack+Kurtz, consulting engineers, has been involved in the infrastructure design of Roosevelt Island and Battery Park City, New York, including utilities supply, solid waste management, water supply and sewer systems. He also prepared energy master plans for the Gran...
Title:Understanding Infrastructure: Guide for Architects and PlannersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 9.57 × 6.38 × 0.98 inPublished:April 2, 1990Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471505463

ISBN - 13:9780471505464

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Table of Contents

Water Supply (G. Rainer).

Sewers and Storm Drainage (G. Rainer).

Solid and Hazardous Wastes (G. Rainer).

Energy (G. Rainer).

Telecommunications (A. Nuciforo).

Streets (E. Schwarz).

Bridges (S. Schwartz & J. DePlasco).

Waterfront Infrastructure (R. Gordon).

Rail/Transit and Aviation (S. Weisberg).

Buses (N. Bellizzi).

Parks and Recreation (A. Bresnan & J. Bresnan).

Fiscal Concerns (G. Rainer).