Service Life of Rehabilitated Buildings and Other Structures
Kelley SJ, Marshall PC
Defines some problems and suggests future directions for improving methods of service life prediction. 11 peer-reviewed papers cover: maintenance management bases and service life; extrinsic factors and service life; case studies; building materials and service life; and case studies: building system and service life. For architects, engineers, building managers, and professionals involved in preservation and rehabilitation.
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Kelley S., Marshall P.
Asset Management Information System (AMIS) for Environment Canada—Parks
Hum-Hartley S., McBain J., Richard J.
A Maintenance Specifications Database for the National Park Service
A Condition Assessment Process Developed for Use in the Private Sector
Service Life Prediction and Life-Cycle Costing for Materials Damage as a Result of Acid Deposition
“The Rehab Code”: The Buildings Officials and Code Administrators, International, Inc. (BOCA) Approach to Code Equivalencies in Rehabilitation
Life Expectancy for the Statue of Liberty
Baboian R., Cliver E.
The Next 120 Years: Service Life Issues in the Preservation of Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
An Analysis of the Performance and Service Life of the Concrete Structure of Unity Temple, Oak Park, Illinois
Hunderman H., Rewerts T.
Problems Affecting the Service Life of Exterior Sandstone: Case Study, the Burlington, Iowa Free Library
Assessment of Building Facades in Masonry and Stone
Searls C., Thomasen S.
The Montague Building and Watauga Hall: A Comparison of Predicted Service Life Based on Building Materials
Paper ID: STP1098-EB
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