H Beams are commonly used in the construction of buildings as well but also large trailers and bridges, among others. Due to their slightly different cross-section shape, thicker central web and wider flanges, H beams can bear larger loads than I beams

A pitched roof is a roof that slopes downwards, typically in two parts at an angle from a central ridge, but sometimes in one par.

Floating slabs are concrete slabs that are laying over the ground, without any kind of anchoring, as if it simply sits on it and floats

Cinder blocks are hollow rectangle-shaped structures usually made of concrete and coal cinders which find use in construction sites. Concrete blocks often, on the other hand, are flattened constructs made of steel, wood or cement.

A gable roof is a roof consisting of two sections whose upper horizontal edges meet to form its ridge. The most common roof shape in cold or temperate climates, it is constructed of rafters, roof trusses or purlins. The pitch of a gable roof can vary greatly.

A salt finish is a simple and inexpensive way to dress up what would otherwise be plain concrete flatwork. It's achieved by pressing

A parapet wall is a low or dwarf wall built along the edge of the terrace, roof, balcony, walkway, passage, etc. In other words, The vertical extension of the wall at the edge of the roof, balcony, terrace, and walkway thereby creating a barrier is known as the parapet wall.

What Is Grade Beam : : A grade beam is a component of a building's foundation. It consists of a reinforced concrete beam that transmits the load from a bearing wall into spaced foundations such as pile caps or caissons

A contour line of a function of two variables is a curve along which the function has a constant value, so that the curve joins points of equal value. It is a plane section of the three-dimensional graph of the function f parallel to the-plane

A flight of stairs —also called a stairway, staircase, stairwell, or just stairs—does the simple job of dividing a large vertical gap into smaller vertical gaps called steps. The tread is the flat part that you step on. The riser is the vertical (up and down) part between each tread in the stairway