The Structural Repair of Historic Buildings

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This course will provide you with a sound understanding of the philosophy of conservation and a better understanding of the relationship between structural engineering and conservation.

Dates:

29 January 2021

Time:
9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Trainers:
Ian Hume
Venue:

Charlestown Workshops

Price:
£83.33 + VAT

This 2 part masterclass aims to provide professionals with a sound understanding of the philosophy of conservation and a better understanding of the relationship between structural engineering and conservation, of safety issues and of the aesthetics of conservation based structural repairs.

Part 1 – Friday, 29 January 2021 @ 9.30am-1.00pm

Part 2 – Friday, 5 February 2021 @ 9.30am-1.00pm

NOTE: You only have to book 29 January 2021, this will entitle you a place on both sessions.

The masterclass will examine the philosophy of conservation from a structural engineering point of view and will look at some structural repair methods for masonry, metal and timber. 

Copiously illustrated with case studies of work carried out by Ian Hume over the last 40 years whilst working for English Heritage as its Head Of Conservation Engineering and in private practice.

Suitable for anyone involved in the structural repair of historic buildings, conservation officers, architects, engineers, site managers and others would find this seminar helpful. The course will consist of lectures, case studies and group activities.

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