Structural Survey: Volume 12 Issue 6

Subject:

Table of contents

The Use of Fluorescent Dyes in Highlighting Some Construction Problems

Barry J. Hunt

Describes a number of ways in which fluorescent dyes have been used toinvestigate different construction problems, highlighting in particularthe areas of stone cladding cracking…

422

Reading between the Lines

Roger Coghill

In the last 100 years mankind has, for the first time in evolution,incorporated artificial electromagnetic fields and radiations into thebuilt environment. Thirty years passed…

234

Developments in Appraising the Total Performance of Buildings

James Douglas

Over the past few years there has been a significant upsurge of interestin building performance and its appraisal. As the expectations andstandards of property users increase…

1726

Calcium Silicate Bricks

Bryan Bowley

Briefly reviews the history of the calcium silicate brick and examinesthe manufacturing process involved. Details various qualities of thebricks, including durability, precision…

1591

The Structural Survey Interview: John Earl

John Earl, former head of a section within the GLC Historic Buildings Division, talksabout his long and distinguished career in surveying. He traces hiscareer from its roots at…

438

Do Women Like Beetles?

Paul Murrells

One in three claims against surveyors arising out of surveys involvesallegations relating to damp, rot or some other timber defect. There isa tendency for surveyors to be…

230

ISSN:

0263-080X

Online date, start – end:

1983 – 2016

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited