IHBC’s ‘CPD Hat-trick’ to 13K+ practitioners on DBW’s digital Newsletter: Damp; Net Zero, and patina!

The IHBC has had a ‘CPD Hat-trick‘ of posts supporting conservation-related practice in the 21 July Newsletter of Designing Buildings Wiki (DBW) – the construction industry knowledge base and host platform for the IHBC’s Conservation Wiki – as more than 13000 users could learn about ‘Assessing Moisture’, from our recent Context onWar on Damp; the IHBC NewsBlog post on a ‘CITB survey on Net Zero’, and a book review of ‘Restoration Stories: patina and paint in old London houses, also from Context.

Other practice-based posts in this issue of the DBW NewsLetter – which is circulated free – included Collaborative refurbishment at the Grade II* Seeley Library, Cambridge; an engineer’s take on ‘Re-evaluating the design life of buildings’, and Scottish Construction Now’s report on the ICE online museum displays Scotland’s civil engineering highlights.


See Context 164 on the ‘War on Damp’, and its IHBC NewsBlog launch

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