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Deciphering the structure of Victorian buildings

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In this SciBar, Roger Faires, Chartered Structural Engineer, will present a talk about Deciphering the structure of Victorian buildings.

The Grade II listed Cambridge Union Society is undertaking major works, but the structural engineers need to be confident about altering a 130 year old building: how do we discover the history and think like a Victorian? Join us as we don stovepipe hats to decipher this Cambridge gem.

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