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Subject: Course on scaffolding of historic buildings

Course on scaffolding of historic buildings

From: Gutterman Nan <gutterman>
Date: Monday, January 29, 2001
Scaffolding for Historic Preservation Projects
Association for Preservation Technology
Delaware Valley Chapter Conference
Arch Street Meeting House Conference Center
Fourth & Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA.
March 17, 2001

Description: This one-day conference will address issues relating to
scaffolding used on historic building projects. Participants in the
conference will have an opportunity through case study lectures to
gain knowledge of scaffolding design, access, and construction in
the conservation of historic buildings and monuments. The course
will examine scaffolding systems and their regulations, standards,
and safety issues. Participants will examine techniques for
attachments to historic fabric and distributing imposed loads of
scaffolding on historic structures. Experts will present case
studies of scaffolding solutions for both monumental and small
projects, and will discuss the risk of scaffold failures.

    Nan R. Gutterman
    gutterma [at] vitetta__com

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