A project of the Conserving Modern Architecture Initiative

The Concrete Conservation project has been developed to respond to the new and distinct conservation challenges of reinforced concrete buildings and structures in order to improve the conservation of this significant heritage. The project involves a number of activities including scientific research, model field projects, the development and delivery of training, and the creation and dissemination of published material on the subject. More

Experts Meeting

Identifying needs in the field

Annotated Bibliography

Compiling current state of research and knowledge

Case Studies

Providing information from recent projects

Performance Evaluation of Patch Repairs

Evaluating performance of past repairs

Related Materials

Reports and books

Page updated: August 2019