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Introduction 1. Why Refurbishment? 2. Upgrading the Fire-Resistance of Existing Elements 3. Upgrading Internal Surfaces 4. Upgrading the Thermal Performance of Existing Elements 5. Upgrading the Acoustic Performance of Existing Elements 6. Preventing Moisture and Dampness Within Buildings 7. Introduction of New Floors and Access Between Levels 8. Timber Decay and Remedial Treatments 9. Strengthening of Existing Timber Floors 10. Heavy-Lifting Systems 11. Underpinning Systems 12. Strengthening Existing Walls 13. Facade Retention. Index of Products and Systems
Christopher Gorse is a Reader and Project Director in the School of the Built Environment at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. He is also a project management consultant with industrial experience on civil and construction projects. As well as teaching across a wide range of built environment programmes he heads up research teams developing learning materials and investigating sustainability issues in construction. David Highfield was the Head of Construction and Project Management at Leeds Metropolitan University. A leading expert in the field of refurbishment and renovation he has given many presentations and has published widely on the subject.