Conservation compendium. Part 4: Assessment and replacement of stone

Author: Ed Morton

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27 February 2015

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Conservation compendium. Part 4: Assessment and replacement of stone

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The Structural Engineer
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Ed Morton

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The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 3, 2015, Page(s) 46-48

Date published

27 February 2015

Author

Ed Morton

Citation

The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 3, 2015, Page(s) 46-48

Price

Standard: £10 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Replacement of stone on historic buildings may be required for numerous reasons. These include age-related decay and weathering, poor workmanship in terms of material choice or setting, defective fixings, and structural failure.

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46-48
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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