Interventions in built heritage: Managing which risks and for whom

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This paper aims to illustrate the fundamental dichotomy involving interventions in built heritage. On one side, the influential factors; and on the other side, the resultant risks. Both researchers have decided to join the knowledge acquainted in the last years of research and present to their field of expertise an essential state-of-the-art on which are presented the risks that normally require management when intervening in built heritage, as well as, the respective beneficiaries. This literature survey allowed the researchers to verify that even if most frequently risk management is directly related to ‘financial losses’ and ‘human being losses’, there are also other fundamental losses which deserve equal attention. Those are ‘heritage losses’ as well as ‘material losses’. Further research should be undertaken, so that it is better understood per fundamental factors what and who exactly could contribute to the reduction of uncertainty and probability, together with the risks that normally require management.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management. Healthy and Creative Facilities
EditorsE. Finch
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherHeriot-Watt University
Pages25-32
Publication statusPublished - 2008
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Pereira Roders, A. R., & Douglas, J. (2008). Interventions in built heritage: Managing which risks and for whom. In E. Finch (Ed.), Proceedings of the CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management. Healthy and Creative Facilities (pp. 25-32). Edinburgh: Heriot-Watt University.
Pereira Roders, A.R. ; Douglas, J. / Interventions in built heritage: Managing which risks and for whom. Proceedings of the CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management. Healthy and Creative Facilities. editor / E. Finch. Edinburgh : Heriot-Watt University, 2008. pp. 25-32
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Pereira Roders, AR & Douglas, J 2008, Interventions in built heritage: Managing which risks and for whom. in E Finch (ed.), Proceedings of the CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management. Healthy and Creative Facilities. Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, pp. 25-32, conference; CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management. Healthy and Creative Facilities, 1/01/08.

Interventions in built heritage: Managing which risks and for whom. / Pereira Roders, A.R.; Douglas, J.

Proceedings of the CIB W070 International Conference in Facilities Management. Healthy and Creative Facilities. ed. / E. Finch. Edinburgh : Heriot-Watt University, 2008. p. 25-32.

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