MARINAS and Small Craft Barbors defines the state-of-the-art in marina and small craft harbor planning, design, and construction. Its authors are experienced teachers and practicing professionals. Their contribution through this book will be recognized for many years to come-both herein North America and in the many countries throughout the world now developing recreational facilities. Our engineering outreach program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has for nearly two decades affered an annual state-of-the-art conference on marina planning, design, and construction. The conference has been built on meeting educational needs of professionals practicing in this field. The authors, Bruce Tobiasson and Ron Kollmeyer, have for many years partici pated as guest faculty at these conferences. By having done so, they have sharpened their instructional skills, broadened their knowledge base about state-of-the-art practice, and developed a compassion to help others in the field. MARINAS and Small Craft Barbors is a very comprehensive and readable work and belongs in the hands of all those people responsible for planning and building waterfront facilities in the 1990s and beyond. I commend the authors for their excellent work.From the Publisher:
Recreational boating has enjoyed tremendous growth in the past decade, requiring the need for the development of suitable waterfront facilities to accommodate access to the water. Marinas and small craft harbours are the major facilities for providing this access. This book provides an in-depth coverage of comprehensive marina and small craft harbour development by two internationally renowned authors. This volume is logically developed from initial concept, financing, regulatory review and technical design, to operation and maintenance.
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Descripción Springer. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 0442002335 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW4.0224383
Descripción Springer, 1991. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110442002335