STP1258

    Standards for Preservation and Rehabilitation

    Kelley SJ
    Published: 1996


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    32 peer-reviewed papers explore state-of-the-art methods used in the investigation, rehabilitation and maintenance of existing structures; review current guidelines, practices and test methods; and address future building preservation standards issues.

    Five key areas addressed:

    • Perspectives on Preservation

    • Methodologies of Preservation

    • Preservation and Building Systems

    • Preservation and Building Materials

    • Preservation and Its Effect on the Environment.

    An invaluable resource for architects, civil engineers, conservators, building contractors and owners, preservation societies and building rehabilitation/preservation professionals.


    Table of Contents

    Overview

    The Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties: A Philosophical and Ethical Framework for Making Treatment Decisions

    The Documentation of the National Trust's Historic Properties

    Heritage Conservation: From Traditional to Contemporary Heritage Using One Analytical Method

    Setting a Strategic Framework for Conservation Standards

    The Roles of an Architectural Conservator in an Architectural Preservation Firm

    The Role of the Conservation Engineer

    Professional Certification for Preservation and Rehabilitation

    Revision of the National Park Service Guideline for Historic Structure Reports

    Standards for Evaluating the Performance of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Methods for Preservation

    ASCE Standards on Structural Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation of Buildings

    A Systems Approach to Building Assessment

    Hurricane Hugo and Historic Charleston: Damage Recordation and Retrieval

    Joint Interagency Seismic Evaluation and Rehabilitation Standards for Existing Federal Buildings

    Determining Mechanical Properties by Nondestructive Evaluation and Testing Methods in Wood Buildings

    Modern Techniques for Determining the Capacity of Cast Iron Columns

    Analysis and Testing of Archaic Floor Construction

    Repair of Marble Columns and Beams by Epoxy Pressure Injection

    Window Systems: Repair Versus Replacement

    Repairing, Retrofitting, and Maintaining Mechanical/Electrical Systems in Pre-1940 Structures

    Stained Glass Conservation: Condition Analyses and Specifications

    Recommendations for Systematic Instrumental Analysis of Ancient Mortars: The Italian Experience

    Guidelines and Standards for Testing Historic Mortars

    Criteria for Selection of Replacement Material for Terra Cotta Dome Construction

    Issues in the Salvage and Reuse of Terra Cotta: Two Case Studies

    Testing and Analysis of Terra Cotta Glaze Repairs

    Acquisition and Properties of Brick for Historic Structure Preservation and Rehabilitation

    Documenting, Evaluating, and Preserving Twentieth-Century Building Materials and Systems

    Criteria for Evaluation of Cleaning Methods on Stone Cladding Materials: The Geological Perspective

    Development of Gypsum Alteration on Marble and Limestone

    Exposure to Hazardous Materials During Renovation for Existing Structures

    Waste Disposal Issues for the Restoration of Building Facades

    Proposed Methodology for the Identification and Remediation of Environmental Hazards During the Preservation or Rehabilitation of Older or Historic Structures

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E06

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1258-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5321-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2006-8

    ASTM International is a member of CrossRef.

    0-8031-2006-0
    978-0-8031-2006-8
    STP1258-EB