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Repair Guidance Notes

A Series of Repair Guidance Notes has been prepared by the Joint Liaison Committee of the Concrete Society, Institute of Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention Association. The aim of these Notes is to guide consultants and contractors through the application of BS EN 1504, Products and systems for the repair and protection of concrete structures, and other related concrete repair standards for the evaluation, design, specification and concrete repair process. The Notes will help ensure that appropriate materials are correctly specified and applied. Those published to date are as follows:

1. Corrosion of steel in concrete, by John Broomfield (Broomfield Consultants) and Chris Atkins (Mott MacDonald), CONCRETE, May 2007, pp. 13–14.

2. Degradation of concrete, by John Broomfield (Broomfield Consultants) and Chris Atkins (Mott MacDonald), CONCRETE, June 2007, pp. 16–17.

3. Fixing concrete, by Peter Robery (Halcrow Group), CONCRETE, July 2007, pp. 9–10.

4. Scope of EN 1504: Part 9, by Peter Robery (Halcrow Group), CONCRETE, August 2007, pp. 9-10.

5. EN 1505 Part 2: Surface protection systems, by Chris Atkins (Mott MacDonald), CONCRETE, September 2007, pp. 13-14.

6. Mortars, structural adhesives, and other repair products, Hywel Davies (Hywel Davies Consultancy), CONCRETE, Vol. 41, No. 9, October 2007, pp. 6–7.

7. Concrete injection, Andrew Came (Concrete Repairs Ltd), CONCRETE, Vol. 41, No. 10, November 2007, pp. 56–57.

8. Anchoring reinforcing steel, Andrew Came (Concrete Repairs Ltd), CONCRETE, Vol. 42, No. 1, February 2008, pp. 9–10.

9. Achieving successful repairs, Graham Williamson (Gunite (Eastern)), CONCRETE, Vol. 42, No. 2, March 2008, pp. 10–11.

10. Performance based rehabilitation of reinforced concrete structures, John Morlidge and Stuart Matthews (BRE), Part 1, CONCRETE, Vol. 42, No. 3, April 2008, pp. 11–12, Part 2, CONCRETE, Vol. 42, No. 4, May 2008, pp. 8–9.

Note that copies of these Notes (and all articles published in CONCRETE) can be downloaded from the Members’ area of the Concrete Society web site.

 

 
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