Nondestructive Evaluation Methods for Historic StructuresAssociation for Preservation Technology International in conjunction with the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training and the APT Hawaii-Pacific Islands Chapter announce a workshop on Nondestructive Evaluation Methods for Historic Structures to be held at Bishop Museum, Atherton Hālau, 1525 Bernice Street, Honolulu, Hawai‘i  96817

 

The “hands-on” workshop will address concepts, theories & application of NDE methods, including:

  • Planning an investigation
  • Using NDE methods for evaluating historic wood, concrete & masonry construction
  • Demonstration of diagnostic test methods such as structural monitoring, moisture measurements, microwave radar, infrared thermography, in situ masonry testing, resistance drilling of timber & digital radioscopy

This workshop targets intermediate to advanced level preservation professionals, including engineers, architects, material conservators and craftspeople.

INSTRUCTORS

Ronald Anthony
Anthony & Associates, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado

Patrick Sparks, P.E.
Sparks Engineering, Inc., Austin, Texas

Jonathan Spodek, AIA
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

David B. Woodham, P.E.
Atkinson-Noland & Assoc, Inc., Boulder, Colorado

 

Cost:

  • APT Members $375
  • Non-members $475
  • Students $200

 

13.5 CE Learning Credits available

 

For information on registration and session details visit http://www.apti.org/events/

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