Application of a systematic fire safety evaluation procedure in the protection of historic property

Summary

States that when developing fire protection strategies for historic buildings, the designer must factor in safety and conservation goals as well as architectural and aesthetic concerns. Presents a Safety Evaluation Procedure designed to be user-friendly, and shows how it has been applied to historic churches in the UK.

Primary Author(s): Copping A G

Source: Fire Prot. Engng., Spring 2002, no.14, 19-25, 4 figs, 3 tabs, 14 refs.

             BSRIA Abstract Doc 000103858 Abs 20020827

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