The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 3 > The Structural Engineer in Conservation
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The Structural Engineer in Conservation

This paper discusses the philosophy of the conservation of the built environment as seen by English Heritage and other conservation bodies. It examines the role of the structural engineer in building conservation and considers whether the education of engineers allocates sufficient time to the study of existing structures. I.J. Hume

Author(s): Hume, I J

Keywords: preserving;floors;loads;appraising;history;monitoring;load tests;repairing;education;historic buildings