CONSTRUCTION PROCESS OF THE ROUGH WORK OF A WAREHOUSE TYPE BUILDING LOCATED IN THE CITY OF OCAÑA, NORTE DE SANTANDER, COLOMBIA
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The construction processes of any building are the fundamental pillar for compliance with earthquake-resistant standards and the proper functioning of the civil works, involving architectural, structural and complementary designs along with the intervention of resources, human talent, tools and equipment. Compliance with these construction processes avoids penalties due to non-compliance with contracts and designs, suspension for breach of regulations, demolitions due to pathologies that put the life and safety of its users at risk. The purpose of this article is to illustrate in a pedagogical way the construction process of a medium and high complexity building of large spaces located in the city of Ocaña, in the department of Norte de Santander, from the foundations, columns, masonry and roof; likewise, the construction rules that govern it will be described, in order to guide students in academic training in areas related to architecture, construction and civil engineering, to generate practical knowledge applied in the working world. It is important, during the execution of the works, to carry out a preliminary study of the designs and technical specifications, to fill out daily control forms, to write progress reports of the work and to comply with the technical standards that govern the Colombian territory. The study achieved the objectives and regulatory requirements established in the planning and design of the construction project, delivering the work within the time and costs established for the warehouse-type building located in the city of Ocaña.
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