Occupational profiles in the restoration and rehabilitation of the architectural heritage
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Published by CEDEFOP, European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training, UNIPUB [distributor] in Berlin, Lanham, MD .
Written in English



  • European Economic Community countries.,
  • European Econoomic Community countries.


  • Building trades -- Employees -- Training of -- European Economic Community countries.,
  • Architecture -- Conservation and restoration -- Study and teaching -- European Econoomic Community countries.,
  • Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Study and teaching -- European Economic Community countries.

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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementJ.L. Paulet, Gerhard Buck, Federico Cresti.
SeriesCEDEFOP document
ContributionsBuck, Gerhard,, Cresti, Federico., European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training.
LC ClassificationsHD5716.B92 E867 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 399 p. :
Number of Pages399
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1515894M
ISBN 109282647994
LC Control Number93200788

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A study was conducted in Europe to determine what occupations and job skills are involved in the rehabilitation of architecturally significant buildings and in the restoration of monuments. Final reports were received from Belgium, France, and Italy. Experience in Belgium shows that there are specific provisions for restoration works, whereas rehabilitation works are governed by the usual Author: Federico Cresti. Occupational Profiles in the Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Architectural Heritage: National Reports: ISBN () Softcover, European Commission, Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site.   Rehabilitation of heritage buildings. The preservation of heritage, and in particular architectural heritage, goes through several stages, starting with documentation, collection of enough data and information about each heritage, documentation by photos, architectural plans, tables, by: 1. Rehabilitation of heritage buildings has become an issue of great importance around the world, particularly in the most developed societies. It is the result of the need to improve Conservation and Structural Restoration of Architectural Heritage, approved in , which philosophy and main concepts and have been adopted.

The handbook is intended to assist professionals working in the field of conservation of architectural heritage, historic structures and materials. Prepared principally for architects and engineers, it may also be relevant for conservator-restorers, archaeologists and others. It is structured as follows: Vol. 1: Introduction; Vol. 2: Porosity. Key Words: Heritage, Repair, Rehabilitation, Heritage Buildings, Cost, Lifetime, Adaptability. 1. INTRODUCTION Data collection Repair and Rehabilitation is an Art of Civil Engineering work which enables to extend the service life of a structure. Repair and Rehabilitation is . Restoration and conservation is a fine balancing act, learning to judge just the right amount of intervention at the right time. Restoration of architectural heritage requires a multi-disciplinary approach. It is known that heritage structures are meticulously designed and . Occupational Science for Occupational Therapy synthesizes key works by occupational scientists, including a foreword by Dr. Elizabeth Yerxa, founder of the science. Occupational therapy and.

Extensive restoration or rehabilitation of both the interior and exterior is usually involved. (In The Heritage Canada Foundation - Preservation Strategy No.3, ). Using an old building for a new purpose or function. The Architectural Heritage Protection Guidelines for Planning Authorities were formally issued to the planning authorities in February Following the transfer of functions, the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht has decided to reissue the Architectural Heritage Protection Guidelines for .   In Delhi there are the Delhi Conservation Society and the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage at the national level. Refer also to "A People's Movement" (), see note 25; and M. Singh, "The INTACH Heritage", Architecture + Des 3 (), p. Conservation and Rehabilitation of Urban Heritage in Developing Countries. REPAIR, RESTORATION AND STRENGTHENING CONCEPTS The underlying concepts in the three op-erations are stated below: Repairs The main purpose of repairs is to bring back the architectural shape of the building so that all services start working and the func-tioning of building is resumed quickly. Re-pair does not pretend to improve the.