Conservation compendium. Part 2: Conservation accreditation for the engineer

Author: J. Avent (CARE)

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5 January 2015

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Conservation compendium. Part 2: Conservation accreditation for the engineer

The Structural Engineer
Conservation compendium. Part 2: Conservation accreditation for the engineer
Date published

5 January 2015

Author

J. Avent (CARE)

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Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

J. Avent (CARE)

In response to the need for particular professional skills when working on heritage assets in the UK, the principal construction professions have formed schemes for accrediting those professionals in architecture, building surveying and civil and structural engineering who have the necessary skills. This article provides details on the schemes.

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3
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Conservation compendium Professional Guidance Issue 1

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