Maintaining and Repairing Old and Historic Buildings

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 11, 2012 - Architecture - 264 pages

A practical guide to the maintenance and repair of old and historic buildings

Carrying out work in accordance with the U.S. Secretary of the Interior's standards and guidelines can be a challenge for professionals charged with the preservation, restoration, and care of historic properties. This book-with-CD package facilitates the process with more than 400 field guidelines for the treatment of historic building structures, systems, and materials. It includes:

  • Background and rationale for treatment
  • Annotated standards and guidelines
  • Step-by-step treatment instructions
  • Information on energy conservation and meeting LEED and ADA requirements

The treatment guidelines cover a wide range of issues, from how to replace broken glass in wood and metal windows to preparing historic mortar. Each guideline can be printed out individually from the accompanying CD for easy reference and on-site use.

Well organized and easy to use, Maintaining and Repairing Old and Historic Buildings is a valuable resource for architects, engineers, facility managers, and related professionals working in the areas of building preservation and restoration.

 

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FUNCTIONAL AESTHETIC WHATARE THETREATMENT APPROACHES?
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JOHN J. CULLINANE, AIA, is the President of John Cullinane Architect, LLC, an Annapolis, Maryland-based architectural/engineering firm that has undertaken rehabilitation designs for thousands of old and historic buildings across the United States. Since 1993, he has taught historic building maintenance for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and preservation planning for the National Preservation Institute. From 1975 to 1992, he was senior architect for the President's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. He can be reached at jcullinane@jcaaia.com.

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