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CHS vol 26

Journal No. 26,  2011

Price: £10 for members; £15 for non-members

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ADDIS, Bill & BULLOCK, Nick Editorial.
BERTELS, Inge Building Contractors in late-Nineteenth-century Belgium: from Craftsmen to Contractors.
SCHOENEFELDT, Henrik The use of scientific experimentation in developing the glazing for the Palm House at Kew.
MORICE, Peter A sketch of Wexham Springs history: the early years of the Cement and Concrete Association, 1948-58.
RABENECK, Andrew Building for the future – schools fit for our children.
GUILLERME, André Enclosing Nature in the City: supplying light and water to Paris, 1770-1840.
PEPPER, Simon Abstracts of periodical literature
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CHS Journal  25004Journal No. 25,  2010

Price: £10 for members; £15 for non-members

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WENZEL, Fritz Investigations into the construction and repair history of the Hagia Sophia.
SINOPOLI, Anna No Tension behaviour and Best Shape of Pseudo-Vaults.
THOM, Colin Fine veneers, army boots and tinfoil: New light on Marc Isambard Brunel’s activities in Battersea.
LESLIE, Thomas “Built Mostly of Itself”: The Chicago Brick Industry and the Masonry Skyscraper in the Late 19th Century.
BOWEN, Brian The building of the British Westinghouse Electric and manufacturing plant, Trafford Park, Manchester, 1901-2: an Early Example of Transatlantic Co-operation in Construction Management.
SUTHERLAND, James Revival of structural timber in Britain after 1945.
DEREGIBUS, Carlo & PUGNALE, Alberto The church of Longuelo by Pino Pizzigoni: design and construction of an experimental structure.

 

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19/02/17

We are delighted to announce the Annual general Meeting will be held at the conference on Saturday 8 April 2017. The Annual Lecture will be by Tom F. Peters entitled “”Culture, Construction and Bridge Building: Western and Chinese traditions in construction technology”. The annual general meeting and lecture are free to all members. The full programme of the rest of the conference is now available to download here

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