|Stone & Wallpainting Group News & Past Events|
Stone and Wall painting Group Conference:
FIRED EARTH –The Conservation of Architectural Terracotta
An historical overview of architectural terracotta in England by Jonathan Taylor
Structural issues by Michael Beare
Cleaning issues by Adrian Paye, PAYE Ltd
A U.S. perspective by Xusha Flandro, Jablonski Building Conservation Inc.
Replacement – provenance and innovation by Amy Smith
The India Tyre Factory Building, Inchinnan, Scotland by Clive Raymond, Conservator
Coade Stone on Chelmsford Town Hall by Simon Swann
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S&WP Group Questionnaire
The results from the recent questionnaire have been collated and discussed at the last committee meeting. Thank you to all of you who took the time to let us know what you think! The results have been posted in our new section 'Committee & Member Matters'. The information will inform choices for group visits, future conference subjects and venues amongst other things. All of your information helps to make the group easily accessible and promote interest.
Dealing with damp in historic buildings
Department of Earth Sciences and Sedgwick Museum, University of Cambridge, Cambridge
A one day conference covering most aspects of moisture in historic buildings including treatment, case studies, examination and assessment.
Filling the void- Grouting issues, from flakes to fractures, from spalls to walls
Cambridge, March 2009
Following the success of the last conference you can now read the review by clicking here. If you did not manage to make it this time enjoy the read and remember to register earlier next time to guarantee a place.
The Graveyard Slot
Assembly Rooms, Oxford Town Hall, October 2008
Polychromed Wood II
Hampton Court Palace, February 2008
The Natural Stone Show
Excel London, March 2008
The 2008 Natural Stone Show was held at Excel, London from 11 -13 March. Apart from featuring displays and stands from all those involved in the quarrying, supply, working and fixing of stones from all over the world, there was also the Natural Stone and Building Conservation Conference (jointly sponsored by EH and RIBA amongst others).
Hampton Court Palace, October 2007
Problem Stone Day
New Armouries, HM Tower of London, 1 February 2007
Problem Arising? Scaffold/ access issues in and to historic buildings
RIBA, October 2006
Depsite the importance of the historic fabric, the means of access can often be unspecified, undesigned and can have a significant influence on tenders. This well attended meeting was directed towards sharing good advice and gathering information on current technology, good practice, commercial management and specification.
The day was aimed at anyone involved in the care of historic buildings and monuments and was reflected by the variety of speakers who represented all aspects of access issues.
Bradford University, June 2006
The first meeting of the Stone and Wall Paintings Group since the official launch of Icon was well attended, with 70 delegates, representing a broad cross-section of professionals architects, building and quantity surveyors, specifiers, as well as conservators from a variety of disciplines. The review can be found here.
Here also is the Code of Procedure for Competitive Tendering and Commercial Practice; prepared on behalf of the former Conservation Forum by D. Odgers and C. Schlapobersky, 1996 Competetive Tendering Code 152.06 Kb
The Natural Stone Show
Excel London, March 2006
The 2006 Natural Stone Show was held at Excel, London from 11 -13 March. Apart from featuring displays and stands from all those involved in the quarrying, supply, working and fixing of stones from all over the world, there was also the Natural Stone and Building Conservation Conference (jointly sponsored by EH and RIBA amongst others).
Click to download a review of the day 82.00 Kb