STP Published: 1996

Standards for Preservation and Rehabilitation

Editor(s): Stephen J. Kelley

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

SJ Kelley

KD Weeks, HW Jandl

GO Siekkinen

P-A Gatier, BJ Mueller

JP van Gigch, J Rosvall, B Lagerqvist

SJ Farneth, DP Wessel

SJ Kelley, TM Crowe, KA Kingsley

DG Woodcock

BG Garrett

RA Livingston

J Pielert, C Baumert, M Green

SY Harris

JH Poston

D Todd

JR Loferski, JD Dolan, E Lang

C Paulson, RHR Tide, DF Meinheit

JP Stecich

KB Cash, SF Shipley

SJ Kelley, JN Chiropolos, DA Gustitus

GN Kay

JL Sloan

G Chiari, G Torraca, ML Santarelli

CE Doebley, DS Spitzer

HJ Hunderman, D Slaton

D Slaton, MR Morden

RJ Viera

MJ Scolforo, H Browne

TC Jester

RA Martinek

ES McGee

TJ Lyons, MH Reynolds

C Kavenagh

DA Gustitus, MJ Scheffler

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Developed by Committee: E06
Pages: 450
DOI: 10.1520/STP1258-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5321-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2006-8