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Last edited 30 Sep 2020
Top 20 articles September 2020
Most viewers arrive on an article in Designing Building Wiki from a Google search. The popularity of an article can give a good indication of what the construction community wants to read about, and therefore some pointers for subjects authors might want to consider for their articles.
If you would like to know more about articles already on the site for your own subject area then please email Simon Baxter.
Below is a list of the top 20 articles for the 4 weeks to 23rd September 2020.
|Article||Views (4 weeks to 23rd Sept 2020)|
|Types of drawings for building design||10,183|
|Tender documentation for construction projects||8,545|
|Bill of quantities BOQ||8,072|
|Types of flooring||7,282|
|Types of brick bonding||6,216|
|Preliminaries in construction||6,210|
|Types of structure||5,523|
|Variations in construction contracts||5,298|
|Specification for construction||4,390|
|Typical tender process for construction projects||4,230|
|Extension of time EOT in construction contracts||4,129|
|Design and build procurement route||4,015|
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--Simon Baxter 17:47, 24 Sep 2020 (BST)
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