Structural Survey: Volume 12 Issue 3

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Table of contents

Vandalism: Risk Assessment for Schools

Hilary Davies, Christopher Stevens

Reports on a risk assessment survey, piloted in five London schools,which aimed to assess the schools′ susceptibility to vandalism, and toestablish which elements had the greatest…

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Fire Safety and Protection in Historic Buildings in England and Ireland – Part II

Rob Pickard

Outlines a broad strategy for fire safety management, including thedevelopment of a proper safety manual, the appointment of a fire safetymanager, written emergency procedures…

1188

Continuous Measurement of Moisture in Timber

D.J. Pope, G.D. Taylor

Reports on a research programme, undertaken at the Structural TimberResearch Unit of the University of Brighton, UK, which aimed to provideinformation on the long‐term structural…

379

Environmental Lead Contamination:: A Metaphor for Destructive Industrial Practices; Lead Abatement: A Model for Ineffective Societal Responses

Barry S. Kendler

Aims to: familiarize the audience with the potentially seriousconsequences of exposure to lead and ways of preventing them; facilitateunderstanding of how massive environmental…

958

“Repair” in Context

Del W. Williams

Lists various legal cases involving a landlord′s obligation to effectrepairs to property, such as: repair vs. renew; replacement; tenant′sobligation to notify and/or contribute…

691

Piling Methods – Pros and Cons

G.R. Holland

Reviews piling methods and their possible effects, mainly duringconstruction, on adjacent structures, noting that piling falls into twobasic types: displacement, where the…

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ISSN:

0263-080X

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited