Michael Forsyth
Blackwell | 2007 | PDF | 248 pages | 3 Mb

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THOMAS G. GUTTERIDGE is dean and distinguished professor of management at the School of Business Administration, The University of Connecticut. He is also coauthor of Organizational Career Development: State of the Practice (ASTD, 1983). ZANDY B. LEIBOWITZ is a psychologist and principal in the Maryland-based consulting firm Conceptual Systems, Inc. She is also author of Adult Career Development and coauthor of Designing Career Development Systems (Jossey-Bass, 1986). JANE E. SHORE is a senior career development consultant with Fannie Mae. In 1991 she received the American Society for Training and Development's Career Development Student Research Award for her research in organizational career development.


1 What is conservation engineering? 1
2 The philosophy of conservation engineering 12
3 The Building Regulations and related legislation 19
4 Metric survey techniques for historic buildings 41
5 Investigating, monitoring and load testing historic structures 64
6 Basic soil mechanics, foundations and repair of settlement damage 82
7 Effects of induced movement 111
8 Repairs to historic structures 140
9 Numerical modelling of masonry structures 151
10 Use of iron and steel in buildings 173
11 Conservation of concrete and reinforced concrete 192
12 Fire safety and historic buildings 211
13 The effects of road traffic vibration on historic buildings 223
14 Scaffolding and temporary works for historic structures 226


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