by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resorces, Preservation Assistance Division, [Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Statement||Dale H. Frens|
|Series||Preservation tech notes -- PTN-38. Temporary protection ; -- no. 2, Preservation tech notes -- PTN-38, Preservation tech notes -- no. 2|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service. Preservation Assistance Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
Specifying Temporary Protection of Historic Interiors During Construction and Repair. Dale H. Frens. Preservation Tech Notes: Temporary Protection,1. Washington, DC: national park service. . Temporary protection of historic interiors during construction, an essential component of any conservation project, is largely a construction management issue. A successful protection program is the result of careful pre-planning, thorough project specific specifications, owner vigilance, contract enforcement, and contractor diligence. Technical Preservation Services has compiled this index to assist users in finding the online and printed information that has been developed on the subjects of historic preservation, cultural landscapes, and the rehabilitation of historic buildings. Specifying Temporary Protection of Historic Interiors During Construction and Repair. all safety standards are being met during the different stages of renovation and construction. For a discussion of these issues see Dale H. Frens, "Specifying Temporary Protection of Historic Interiors During Construction and Repair".
Frens, Dale H. “Temporary Protection: Specifying Temporary Protection of Historic Interiors During Construction and Repair”. Preservation Tech. Notes No. 2. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, Green, L.R. and D. Thickett. “Testing Materials for Use in the Storage and Display of Antiquities – A Revised Methodology”. Dale H. Frens has written: 'Specifying temporary protection of historic interiors during construction and repair' -- subject(s): Conservation and restoration, Protection, Cultural property. London, CIRIA, Report Doran D, Douglas J and Pratley R () Refurbishment and Repair in Construction, Ascot, CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building) Highfield D () The Construction of New Buildings Behind Historic Façades, London, Spon Press HSE (Health and Safety Executive) () Health and Safety in Demolition Work (four parts). Often, the historic sheathing or shingle laths, by their size, placement, location of early nail holes, and water stain marks, can give important information regarding the early shingles used. Before specifying a replacement roof, it is important to establish the original shingle .
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