Structural Survey: Volume 20 Issue 2


Table of contents

Geomorphology and stone conservation: sandstone decay in Stoke‐on‐Trent

Janet S. Wright

Identifying stone decay forms is an essential first step in stone conservation. In this study a visually based geomorphological approach was used to provide a rapid assessment of…


Application of FRP bars as reinforcement in civil engineering structures

R.V. Balendran, T.M. Rana, T. Maqsood, W.C. Tang

This paper presents an overview and discusses the applications of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) bars as reinforcement in civil engineering structures. Following a discussion of…


Conservation finance 1: support for historic buildings

Robert Pickard, Tracy Pickerill

Throughout Europe there is an ever‐increasing number of properties or areas protected due to their cultural heritage interest. This results in obligations for owners (duties to…


The state of health and safety in the UK construction industry with a focus on plant operators

D.J. Edwards, J. Nicholas

Using statistics obtained from the Health and Safety Executive, compares accident rates occurring within the UK construction industry to the accident rates occurring within other…


The realities of applying total quality management in the construction industry

Abdul‐Rashid Abdul‐Aziz

Japanese contractors have been successful in adopting total quality management (TQM) practices in their domestic operations. By examining Japanese contractors in a foreign…




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