The number 1 construction calculations mathematics book
Blog Post by Kenneth Williams - Feb.04.2012 - 11:15 am
- Do you think most top construction job positions such as superintendents, project managers and job foremen's are given or earned? And if those who have earned the title; did they qualify by the number of years served in the trade (experience) or from the few semesters trained in the class room (certification)?
Reviews: 5.0 out of 5 stars Very Useful, October 30, 2011 By E. Stole "Me" (LV usa) (REAL NAME) This review is from: Applying Mathematics to Construction: Carpentry Mathematics & Estimating (Paperback) I've read many construction books and math text books that do a pretty good job at enhancing my understanding of carpentry mathematics, but I must say this book tops them all. The methods used in the mathematical sense will blow your mind away. Lot’s of times I found myself saying, "Wow I didn't even know it could be done this way" , or "That made it so much easier". This book will definitely help you in many areas, even if you think you know it all, you don't. It takes a gifted mind to be able to come up with these formulas that no one else really uses. I recommend this book to anyone seeking to better themselves in estimating, framing, exterior AND interior finish and trim work. instead of beating yourself up trying to figure out the math part of a project, take a moment and go through this book and you will be amazed at how much easier things can be done. ”
Hi my name is Kenneth Williams sr. I am a native New Orleanian who grew up in the Fisher Housing projects. I am the author of Applying Mathematics to Construction. I am a master instructor at Delgado Community College where I teach carpenrty...