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T W E N T Y T H I R D E D I T I O N

T H E B U I L D I N G C O N S E R VAT I O N D I R E C T O R Y 2 0 1 6

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Contents

FOREWORD

by Christopher Catling, RCAHMW

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

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SELECTOR TABLE: PROFESSIONALS

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ARCHAEOLOGISTS

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MEASURED SURVEYS

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The archaeological investigation and digital

documentation of historic buildings

by Tom Addyman

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ARCHITECTS

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ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIANS

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PROJECT MANAGERS

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Statements of significance – the view from

Historic England

by Andrew Brown

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The national heritage bodies

by Jonathan Taylor

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PLANNING CONSULTANTS

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HERITAGE CONSULTANTS

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SURVEYORS

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MATERIALS ANALYSTS

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QUANTITY SURVEYORS

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Water in permeable building materials

by Robyn Pender

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STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

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MARINE ENGINEERS

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NON-DESTRUCTIVE INVESTIGATIONS

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BUILDING CONTRACTORS

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SELECTOR TABLE: CONTRACTORS

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ACCESS SPECIALISTS

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Rope access

by Tim Belden

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TIMBER FRAME BUILDERS

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Environmental performance – assessing the impact

of heritage projects on building environment

by Tobit Curteis and Sara Crofts

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BUILDING CONTRACTORS

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STRUCTURE & FABRIC

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3.1 SELECTOR TABLE: ROOFING

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ROOFING CONTRACTORS

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THATCHERS

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STEEPLEJACKS & LIGHTNING PROTECTION

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ROOF DRAINAGE

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LEAD PROTECTION

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Roof insulation and ventilation

by Jonathan Taylor

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CLAY TILES & ROOF FEATURES

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ROOF LIGHTS

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3.2 SELECTOR TABLE: MASONRY

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STONE

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Joint finishes on historic brickwork

by Gerard Lynch

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BRICK SERVICES

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BRICK SUPPLIERS

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CAST STONE

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TERRACOTTA

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COB & EARTH

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SCULPTURE

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STATUARY

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BRONZE STATUARY

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3.3 SELECTOR TABLE: METAL, WOOD & GLASS

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TIMBER SUPPLIERS

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Paint removal from historic timbers

by Ben Kirk

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FINE JOINERY

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WOOD CARVERS

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WINDOWS & DOORS

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SECONDARY GLAZING

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DECORATIVE & STAINED GLASS

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SOLAR CONTROL & BLINDS

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WINDOW GLASS

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GARAGE DOORS

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DOOR & WINDOW FITTINGS

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Floor-spring door closers – a hidden world

beneath your feet

by Rod Fathers

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METAL WINDOWS

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METALWORK

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CLOCKS

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3.4 SELECTOR TABLE: EXTERNAL WORKS

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Maintaining and repairing coatings on

cast iron structures

by Ali Davey and Elaine Troup

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CONSERVATORIES & GLASSHOUSES

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ECOLOGISTS

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

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GARDEN & STREET FURNITURE

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GATES & RAILINGS

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3.5 SELECTOR TABLE: GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS

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ARCHITECTURAL SALVAGE

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CONSERVATION SUPPLIES

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SERVICES & TREATMENT

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4.1 SELECTOR TABLE: PROTECTION & REMEDIAL TREATMENT 134

PAINTS & FINISHES

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Lime mortars for high exposure levels

by Clare Torney

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MORTARS & RENDERS

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POINTING

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PAINT REMOVAL

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Abrasive cleaning methods for masonry

by Jamie Fairchild

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MASONRY CLEANING

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STRUCTURAL REPAIRS & STABILISATION

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ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

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EPOXY RESIN REPAIRS

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STRUCTURAL TIMBER TESTING

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BIRD & PEST CONTROL

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DAMP & TIMBER DECAY

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4.2 SELECTOR TABLE: HEATING & LIGHTING SERVICES

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FIRE & SECURITY

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BUILDING SERVICES CONSULTING ENGINEERS

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FIREPLACES

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LIGHTING

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Exterior lighting design

by Simon Dove

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INTERIORS

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SELECTOR TABLE: INTERIOR PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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INTERIORS CONSULTANTS & CONSERVATORS

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GILDERS & GILDING MATERIALS

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PAINTERS & DECORATORS

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PAINT RESEARCH

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Colour in Georgian interiors

by Edward Bulmer

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FINE ART CONSERVATORS

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WALL PAINTING CONSERVATORS

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PLASTERWORK

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Maintaining large fibrous plaster ceilings

by Ronnie Clifford

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TILES

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MOSAICS

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TIMBER FLOORING

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ANTIQUE & FURNITURE RESTORERS

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USEFUL INFORMATION

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Vocational qualifications – an overview of credits

and levels

by David Boulting

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COURSES & TRAINING

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COURSE LISTINGS

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PUBLICATIONS

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USEFUL CONTACTS

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INDICES

SPECIALISTS INDEX

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SUBJECT INDEX

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