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INDUSTRIALISATION

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Vasil Tashkov

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Transcript of INDUSTRIALISATION

There is huge possibility that industrial buildings have bright future, because:
GROUP 7
Jane Lihtmaa
Vasil Tashkov
Andrejs Ratniks

WEBSITES :
Pros
Building industrialization nowadays

The industrialisation was not a global process four centuries before. The first point of this mechanical revolution was in Belgium in 1806 and 24 years later England followed this model.
Pros and cons
INDUSTRIALIZATION
Historical plan of the industrial progress
Political changes in the period 1914-1990
Factory from the beginning of twenty century
Building industry
1945-1989
At that period of time ( Cold war ), the production of building elements was totally changed. With increasing the population in the soviet world and also the need of huge number of flats, build for very short time the factories in this part of the world start to design and create prefabricated concrete elements which were able to be putted together and the building to be created for impressively short period of time.
Design of soviet multistory block
Methodology of working
First factories was with low efficiency, because the first machines was bought for a huge amount of money and the number of people controlling the process of producing the goods was still very high. By the time the machines were developed which reduced the number of workers who was responsible for the quality of the materials which were produced
The political events especially during 20 century dramatically changed the global industry
Industrialization is a period where agrarian society transforms into an industrial society.

It’s a process where change and development are closely related with technological innovation, development of large-scale energy and metallurgy production.

The first country to industrialize was the United Kingdom during the Industrial Revolution, commencing in the 18th century
What is industrialization?
-Discounts on levy charges for contractors
-The quality can be consistent and maintained as the working environment in a factory is easier to control
-Projects to be completed faster
-Will result in cheaper total construction costs,
Cons
- High initial capital costs for the contractors - which might decide to transfer the costs to the buyers
-The standardization of building components and elements also results in a lack of aesthetics value - buildings tend to be very boxy and square, which may not look as impressive as the conventional curvy buildings
- Pre-cast elements are considered to be inflexible, with respect to changes/renovations.

http://www.saburchill.com
https://www.google.com
Where have been built industrialized buildings?
-Right now many industrialized buildings have been built in asian country's
-In the UK, the major supermarkets have each developed a modular unit system to shop building
-Denmark have made some cheap industrialized buildings in Aalborg (for students)
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Possible future...
-more and more people
-will be new lighter materials
-money aspects
-time aspects
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prefabricated_building
http://www.answers.com/topic/industrialized-building
http://fromthepenthouse.blogspot.dk/2011/07/advantages-disadvantages-of.html
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