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22nd June - 16:24

To celebrate we asked SPAB Scholar Tríona Byrne to write about her work as a conservation engineer

08th June - 19:41

It is with great sadness that we announce the recent death of Janet Locke. Janet was a SPAB Scholar in 1950 along with Donald Insall, Cecil Searle, Peter Locke and Pamela Cunnington. She will be remembered as an intelligent and sensitive architect.

17th February - 17:14

Every year a select group of architects, surveyors, engineers, and craftspeople are picked for our prestigious training schemes in building conservation.

10th October - 18:45

2019 SPAB Scholar Bethan Watson describes a highlight of her Scholarship year so far.

30th August - 12:06

A nine-month, hands-on learning experience aimed at craftspeople, architects, surveyors and engineers.

21st June - 17:46

SPAB Scholar Holly reports on benefits of a flexible approach to conservation at a Palladian villa in Northern Italy

20th June - 15:34

To mark International Women in Engineering day, we asked SPAB Scholar Aoife Murphy to write about her career so far and how she specialised in working with historic buildings.

 

17th May - 13:37

A few months into their conservation tour of the UKSPAB Scholar Bethan Watson describes being welcomed into the workshops of craftspeople

21st February - 17:03

As our new Scholars prepare for their year of conservation discoveries, we look to a valued past Scholar. In June 2018 local Scholar Peter Carey (1977) showed us behind the scenes of the redevelopment of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre, a building that he had been passionate about for decades.

06th November - 12:31

A nine-month, hands-on learning experience aimed at craftspeople, architects, surveyors and engineers.