Ashurst, John and Nicola. Practical Building Conservation. Volume
4: Metals. Gower Technical Press. [Buy
from Building Conservation Workshop]
Waite, John G. Metals
in America's Historic Buildings: Uses and Preservation Treatments
- Part II. Deterioration and Methods of Preserving Metals,
Washington, DC: Technical Preservation Services Division, HCRS,
USDI, 1980, pp. 91-100.
Wilson, Forrest. Building
Materials Evaluation Handbook, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold
Company, 1984, pp.192-203.
Park, Sharon C., AIA. The
Use of Substitute Materials on Historic Building Exteriors.
16, TPS, Washington, DC:TPS, National Park Service, USDI, 1988.
See sections on cast aluminum, glass fiber reinforced concretes
(GFRC), fiber reinforced polymers (FRP, Fiberglass) and epoxies
(epoxy concretes, polymer concretes).
Scott, David A., Jerry Podany, and Brian Considine, eds. Ancient
and Historic Metals: Conservation and Scientific Research, Getty
Conservation Institute. 304 pp., 1994. [Buy
Tech Notes, National Park Service
Metal Roof Cornices, 32 East 64th Street , New York, NY
by Richard Pieper (Note, Michael Devonshire, RWU HP alum, was
also involved inthe project)
a Historic Iron Bridge, Stillwater Road (Shea) Bridge, Cumberland,
RI by Joseph Saldibar, III (RWU HP alum, who did this report
initially for a RWU HP conservation project).