THE RESTORATION OF THE REFORMED CHURCH OF AITON 2018–2020 CASE STUDY, CONDITION SURVEY BY FACILITY CONDITION INDEX
Keywords:Technical Condition Survey, Condition Index, Structural Damage, Reinforcement, Restoration
The professional restoration of an initially Catholic, and then, after an 18th-century reconstruction, Reformed, single-tower church of medieval origin, having mixed walls and an eclectic roof structure, following two consecutive, incorrect interventions.
The technical condition of listed buildings is the indicator of their general structural condition. To assess errors and damage, I have compiled a new method that includes a sample to follow, as well as damage assessment tables, recommended procedures, and calculations. This calculation method shows the structural condition of listed buildings and the value of the approximate restoration costs. I present this procedure through the presently ongoing survey and restoration process of a listed building in Aiton, near Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania.
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Bucur-Horváth, I., Popa, I., Bulbuk, M. & Virág, J.: Historical Constructions - Authenticity and adaptation to the modern demands. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS of HISTORIC CONSTRUCTION, Volum 1, 2-4 July 2008, Bath, United Kingdom, pp. 169-174, CRC Press, Taylor an Francis Group, London, Balkema, ISBN Set978-0-415-46872-5. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1201/9781439828229.ch17
Márton István Bulbuk: Szerkezeti beavatkozások műemlék épületeknél. (Structural interventions on listed buildings.) Doctoral dissertation. Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, 2011. (Teza de doctorat, "Interventiistructurale la cladirimonumentale", U.T. Cluj-Napoca, 2011, in Romanian)3th June 2020, Budapest
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