Building Conservation


Building Conservation

This is a group were conservation matters concerning buildings and monuments can be discussed.

It is also intended for communicating new reports, research and activities within the field. Welcome to join!

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Latest Activity: Aug 11, 2015

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Started by Ulrika Mebus Nov 1, 2012. 0 Replies

It would be good to collect projects concerning building conservation under "projects" on this side. Also events under "events". I just added the symposium in Tallinn in April on Biodeterioration of…Continue

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Comment by Ulrika Mebus on May 3, 2012 at 12:24

As we have had a collapse on the Town wall of Visby, which we believe is caused by repairs done with cement-mortar in the 1950's-70's I wonder if any of you do have some experience with limestone walls and different repair-methods?

It would be interesting to collect examples on different restorations carried out through the 20th century, and evaluations on different materials and methods.

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