Welcome to the Masonry Conservation Research Group

 

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Masonry Conservation Research Group,
Scott Sutherland School,
The Robert Gordon University,
Garthdee Road,
Aberdeen AB10 7QB,
UK

These pages contain information regarding the Masonry Conservation Research Group (MCRG).

The MCRG, located in the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, is a multidisciplinary team with an international reputation in the field of masonry conservation. The research group was established in 1989. Its members are drawn from various faculties of the University including building science, geology, chemistry, geochemistry, ecology, microbiology, psychology, archaeology, surveying and architecture. In addition to research publications in journals and conference proceedings, the results of MCRG research are widely published in formats that aim to benefit professionals and practitioners in the built environment.

Current and previous research areas include:

Follow these links to our pages on:

People Contact details and info on the research group
Research areas Abstracts & extracts from our research
Publications Listing of MCRG publications
Activities News about MCRG activities
Links pages Built heritage, conservation, research, building materials, education and information resources

 

Enquiries about these pages or the Masonry Conservation Research Group?...
Please e-mail Dr. Maureen Young: m.young@rgu.ac.uk

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