Conservation compendium. Part 6: Concrete repairs to English cathedrals – what are the consequences?

Author: G. Clifton (Accredited Conservation Engineer, and Consultant to Ramboll)

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1 May 2015

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Conservation compendium. Part 6: Concrete repairs to English cathedrals – what are the consequences?

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Conservation compendium. Part 6: Concrete repairs to English cathedrals – what are the consequences?
Date published

1 May 2015

Author

G. Clifton (Accredited Conservation Engineer, and Consultant to Ramboll)

Price

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Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

G. Clifton (Accredited Conservation Engineer, and Consultant to Ramboll)

Geoff Clifton describes the use of concrete as a major constituent of repair work performed on English cathedrals in the 20th century, but raises concerns about the long-term problems this use may result in.

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6
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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