IHBC North Branch, Carlisle Building Control?and Cumbria Conservation Officers’ Group, are all delighted to present an exploration of ‘Structural repair of historic buildings’ by Ian Hume, former Head of Conservation Engineering at English Heritage, on 4 October – from 9.30 to 4.30 at theCarlisle Civic Centre, CA3 8QG – with the big value, low cost £25 fee (including refreshments and lunch) supported by Carlisle City Council.
IHBC North Branch and partners write:
Join us for an in-depth, accessible look at the structural side of building conservation, from philosophy and techniques to causes and prevention. A full day with case studies and discussion.
A former chief engineer with English Heritage, Ian Hume DIC CEng MIStructE DiplConsAA IHBC, is a conservation accredited structural engineer with over 40 years experience. He now lectures on the structural aspects of conservation for students and professionals, as well as publishing on this specialist topic.
Aimed at engineers, surveyors, building control officers, architects, construction and design professionals, owners and developers, whether in the heritage sector or not.
Tickets: £25?Lunch and refreshments included
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For parking info, search online: ‘Carlisle car parks’
Supported by: Carlisle City Council
To book your place, please email the following details to Jane Walshe Jane.Walshe@carlisle.gov.uk :
- Delegate name
- Postal address
- Contact telephone
- Email address
Please send Jane a purchase order addressed to Carlisle City Council against which she can raise an invoice for £25.
Directions to Carlisle Civic Centre, and travel/parking options, can be found HERE
See more on the IHBC’s North Branch