CHAPTER 1 Historic Structures: The Role of the Structural Engineer.
CHAPTER 2 Preservation and Public Safety: Structural Safety of Historic Timber Structures.
CHAPTER 3 Simplifi ed Engineering.
CHAPTER 4 Conservation and the Specialty Contractor.
CHAPTER 5 Historic Timber Structures.
CHAPTER 6 Watauga Hall and the Montague Building.
CHAPTER 7 The Restoration of St. Helena’s Church.
CHAPTER 8 Market Hall Rehabilitation.
CHAPTER 9 Differential Settlement at St. Philip’s Moravian Church at Old Salem.
CHAPTER 10 James Madison’s Montpelier.
CHAPTER 11 Timber, Glulam, and Conservation.
CHAPTER 12 Tabby: Engineering Characteristics of a Vernacular Construction Material.
CHAPTER 13 Relocating the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.
CHAPTER 14 Crisis in American Covered Bridges.
CHAPTER 15 The Timber Trusses of Burr, Town, and Haupt.
CHAPTER 16 The Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge.
CHAPTER 17 A New Covered Bridge for Old Salem.
CHAPTER 18 The Tohickon Aqueduct.
CHAPTER 19 The Current State of Historic Preservation ngineering: One Engineer’s Point of View.