About this Webinar
Our technical author John Gilbert looks at stonework and structural problems. Why your stonework and pointing needs looking after, also what you can do to identify structural problems and how they can be avoided. John is joined by conservation architect Fiona Sinclair and structural engineer Robert Storey.

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    John Gilbert
    Presenter
    John is a leading authority on sustainable design in Scotland with over 44 years’ experience as a practicing architect with extensive experience in housing and community issues.
    He pioneered working with communities with Assist Architects and with co-author, Annie Flint, wrote The Tenement Handbook. Since starting John Gilbert Architects in 1992, John has been a noted innovator in low cost, low carbon housing. John continues to encourage tenement owners to learn how important maintenance is and in his retirement, continues to illustrate and help with the website www.underoneroof.scot
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    Robert Storey
    Presenter
    Robert Storey is a structural engineer with experience of training housing associations and other clients in Health and Safety. Since pulling back from G3 Consulting, the firm he has worked with for many years, he has been providing advice to domestic clients.
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    Fiona Sinclair
    Presenter
    Fiona Sinclair Architect is a sometime author and historian, and Accredited in Conservation Architecture at Advanced Level. She has worked on the care and repair of a diverse range of historic buildings, including scheduled ancient monuments, churches, country houses and estate cottages, designed landscapes, tenements, a synagogue, a medieval town house and a malt whisky distillery. The practice prepares conservation plans, condition surveys, feasibility studies, building repair strategies, listed building conversions, and adaptive re-use proposals for buildings that are at risk and/or redundant. The use of traditional materials and techniques is a central component of the practice philosophy. Fiona runs her own practice in Glasgow.
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