The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 85 (2007) > Issues > Issue 11 > Strengthening a fragile C14 flint church tower
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Strengthening a fragile C14 flint church tower



Author(s): Liddell, Martin

Keywords: 14th century;churches;towers;historic buildings;st mary's & st peter's church, barham, suffolk;strengthening;battlements;19th century;cracking;movement;foundations;surface water;runoff;damage;ties;masonry;flint;repairing;tile bands;stainless steel;reinforcement;ring beams;rebuilding;mortar;roofs