The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 93 (2015) > Issue 7 > Conservation compendium. Part 8: Bond timbers in old brickwork
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Conservation compendium. Part 8: Bond timbers in old brickwork

This article focuses on the phenomenon of 'bond timbers', which were commonly built into masonry walls from the late 17th to the early 19th century. Guidance is offered to engineers who may encounter these when working on an existing building.

Author(s): L. Hurst and A. Dutton (Consultants, Hurst Peirce + Malcolm LLP)