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IBC Journal December 2017
This IBC Journal is for understanding the requirement of quality in construction. Quality control was not known to builders and artisans of ancient India. Hindu Art which also includes Buddhist and Jain Art, has tradition of civil construction for more than two thousand years. Important artisan trades of that period include excavators, masons, carpenters, sculptures etc. Iron chisels and mallets were their main cutting tools. Artisans generally worked for life time on different projects. They were experts of their field and would produce quality work, as required. They did not need anybody to check. They would not accept their own work, if defective. The Hindu Art continued to flourish in whole country. It will not be without much exaggeration that some structures created between 10th  to 13th century like Channakeshara Temple at Belur in Karnataka, has no parallel in whole world with regard to fineness and detailing. The quality control by others was not required.

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This IBC Journal is for understanding the requirement of quality in construction. Quality control was not known to builders and artisans of ancient India. Hindu Art which also includes Buddhist and Jain Art, has tradition of civil construction for more than two thousand years. Important artisan trades of that period include excavators, masons, carpenters, sculptures etc. Iron chisels and mallets were their main cutting tools. Artisans generally worked for life time on different projects. They were experts of their field and would produce quality work, as required. They did not need anybody to check. They would not accept their own work, if defective. The Hindu Art continued to flourish in whole country. It will not be without much exaggeration that some structures created between 10th  to 13th century like Channakeshara Temple at Belur in Karnataka, has no parallel in whole world with regard to fineness and detailing. The quality control by others was not required.

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IBC JOURNAL October 2016
Building maintenance is work undertaken to keep, restore or improve every facility, its services including horticulture operations to a currently acceptable standard and to sustain the utility and value of the facility. Maintenance aims at effective and
economic means of keeping the building and services in usable condition.As the building ages, there is deterioration to the various parts of the building
and services. Therefore, preventive and regular maintenance of the buildings is very necessary to keep them fit for use of the occupants.

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Building maintenance is work undertaken to keep, restore or improve every facility, its services including horticulture operations to a currently acceptable standard and to sustain the utility and value of the facility. Maintenance aims at effective and
economic means of keeping the building and services in usable condition.As the building ages, there is deterioration to the various parts of the building
and services. Therefore, preventive and regular maintenance of the buildings is very necessary to keep them fit for use of the occupants.

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IBC JOURNAL September 2015

In engineering contracts, the importance of cordial professional relation between the contracting parties has been appreciated traditionally. The relation has, however, become subject to increasing stress owing to the fast evolving technological innovations and systems of communication. Globalization of the economy has further accentuated the possibility of disputes and its bitterness between the contracting parties.

This is so, because the contracting entities come from differing social and professional culture and find it difficult to appreciate the position of the other party. Such environment enhances the bitterness of the disputes.

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In engineering contracts, the importance of cordial professional relation between the contracting parties has been appreciated traditionally. The relation has, however, become subject to increasing stress owing to the fast evolving technological innovations and systems of communication. Globalization of the economy has further accentuated the possibility of disputes and its bitterness between the contracting parties.

This is so, because the contracting entities come from differing social and professional culture and find it difficult to appreciate the position of the other party. Such environment enhances the bitterness of the disputes.


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