Architectural Stone Repair and Restoration (International Preservation Studies Center course), January 31-February 1, 2017
This course provides you with state-of-the-art strategies, materials, and techniques for intelligently repairing deteriorated or damaged architectural stone. Learn when, why, and how to choose between various repair options such as composite mortar patching, dutchman repairs, re-profiling, partial stone replacement, consolidation treatments, breathable water repellents and more.
This course, taught by John Lambert and offered by the Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies, is being held at McCrone Research Institute in Chicago. Tuition includes lunch; students must make hotel arrangements separately.
This International Preservation Studies Center course will be held at McCrone Research Institute, Chicago. To register, please visit the Center’s website. For more information, call 815-244-1173.