The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 67 (1989) > Issues > Issue 2 > Colloquium: Refurbishment. Scottish Tenements: A Case Study in Structural Repair
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Colloquium: Refurbishment. Scottish Tenements: A Case Study in Structural Repair

An important activiv for the structural engineers in Scotland in recent years has been the refurbishment of tenement property. Significant structural problems have been encountered, and in 1984 the Scottish Branch of the Institution held a 1-day symposium to discuss these problems. The contributions to this symposium were written up and made available to Branch members and other interested parties. Professor I.A. MacLeod