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Bill is author of over 100 publications on the history of building engineering, construction materials and building design. He developed CIRCE, an information resource for conservation engineers and was co-editor of Construction History 2011-16. Since retirement he has been a visiting professor at six universities in continental Europe.
Robert is a member of ICon (The Institute of Conservation), and a member of the International Committee for the Conservation of Industrial Heritage. He has project managed conservation projects such as the Albert Memorial, the SS Great Britain and the MoD’s Future Support for HMS Victory.
Russel is an accredited conservator specialising in metals used in the historic built environment ranging from small museum objects to bridges, piers and ships. Project work has included conservation of the Ironbridge in Shropshire; Clarence Bridge, Regents Park; Gravesend Town Pier; Linlathen Bridge; and the roof of the Argyll Mausoleum.
David has a doctorate in the functional behaviour and technical conservation of heritage masonry. He is a CARE-accredited structural engineer. David recently won the Institution of Civil Engineer’s Baker Medal for his paper describing the rehabilitation of a three-span masonry arch highway bridge at Brougham Castle, Cumbria.
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How should we approach working with old and historic buildings?
Robert Bowles MIStructE, a conservation accredited structural engineer, comments on the structural implications of the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral on 15 April.
The first book to provide a complete guide to the conservation and maintenance of traditional architectural ironwork.
A practical guide to the assessment and repair of historic buildings.
Information on the development of alkali-silica reaction (ASR) damage in the UK, the chemical process of ASR, and the diagnosis and assessment of expansion and cracking on concrete.