Starting from the megalithic stones, and burnt clay shelters to advanced skyscrapers and connecting highways, the vast evolution of construction portray the ever-growing industry and the mastery of raw materials infused with technology.
So naturally, the question arises about the origin of construction.
Around the world, there is no such form of definition of what exactly is construction. Some consider simple structures like grass shelters to be a form of construction while others discard these temporary structures from the list.
Without getting too deep into this ever-growing controversy the first few recorded pieces of evidence of construction on our blue planet are hereby presented to you.
Archaeological experts in Tanzania had discovered a 1.8 million-year-old circle made of stone which is believed to resemble the very foundations of grass huts built by gathers and hunters of that time.
There are multiple pieces of evidence all around the globe claiming to be the most advanced form of construction and thus marking the origin of this ever-growing construction industry.
Mesopotamia is a prominent example of that as it has one of the earliest evidence of constructed buildings, places, ziggurats, and temples on a large scale using no old school technique of its time. But utilizing advanced bricklaying processes.
The pyramids of Egypt, Greece temples, and many others mark perfect examples of possible origins of the ever-growing construction industry.
However, today is very different as the 20th century marks an era of advancement with many new industry trends
Starting from the huge dominance of skyscrapers all around the globe to massive infrastructure projects, today’s construction is a collection of systematic processes carried out by an experienced group of engineers and individuals.
Two major types of Construction
Now that we know about the history of construction and the pivotal role it has played in the advancement of today’s world, let’s discuss the two major types of construction which dominate the industry-
The two major types of construction are as follows-
Constructions involving heavy industrial or engineering work or being used for institutional and commercial purposes fall under the category of non-residential construction.
Construction of buildings which is not used as a dwelling and are classified as non-residential.
Here are a few key points which are not included in a non-residential structure- accessory building, building categorized as “miscellaneous” under the ICC international building code, and a heated or cooled parking garage.
Constructions involving the building of family dwellings intended to be used or occupied primarily for residential purposes meeting all the criteria of laws that govern it is called residential construction. Constructions aiming to build, develop or declare places that will be treated as a permanent or temporary residence in which there is no intention of establishing a business for its use for commercial purposes also falls under the category of residential constructions.
However, residential construction always may not refer to the building of a completely new structure and can often refer to the building of only a part of a residential structure or indicate repairs, improvement, or maintenance of apartments, duplexes, condominiums, dwellings, or other residential structures.
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