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Utilisation of Geopolymer injection on Historical Buildings

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Description

The application of Geopolymer injection is a fast-evolving practice used for stabilizing buildings which are affected by subsidence or settlement. The process has been in use for 40 years now and it is the method of choice for specifiers in dealing with ground stabilisation issues affecting buildings. It is primarily used to deal with subsidence in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings as well as historic structures. An understanding of this award-winning technology is an invaluable asset for anyone involved in the built environment.

In this webinar, Dr Mohamed Wehbi discusses the fundamental principles behind Geopolymer technology and how it can be used to stabilize buildings. He also provides case studies of how geopolymer injection has been used to stabilize buildings in a variety of settings. If you are involved in the design, construction, and maintenance of buildings, then this webinar provides useful information.

The case studies used to highlight the application and use of this material in residential and commercial sectors are:

  • Hurst Castle
  • St Mary’s Church
  • Shugborough Rail Tunnel

These case studies were done in collaboration with the client and the project team.

Members gain 1 CIOB CPD point when you reflect on the ethical aspects of your learning from this activity.

Please note the CIOB does not provide completion certificates for CPD.

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Sustainable Construction and Development

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