The judges conferred

WTA-Award 2019

to Mr. Lukas Berner M.Sc. for his master thesis "Sitter Bridge in Appenzell - Condition Analysis and Conservation Measures".

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Recommendations for restoration

WTA – Recommendations

to various tasks in the preservation of buildings and monuments. Here you will find further information on topics and contents of the leaflets, as well as ordering options.

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Save the Date!

WTA-Day 2020

The next WTA-Day will take place on 19 and 20 March 2020 in Vienna.

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Welcome to the "International Association for Science and Technology of Building Maintenance and Monuments Preservation",(WTA)

The mission of the international association WTA e.V. is the fostering of research and its practical deployment in the disci-plines of building and monument preservation. In this context, one of the primary tasks is to implement practical experiences and to make them usable with the aim of accelerating the application of new insights and modern technologies.

Since 01.05.2015 the certifications are confered to WTA GmbH

Presentation of the new recommendation 7-1 "Conservation and maintenance of masonry – Construction and structural behaviour".

The new recommendation 7-1 "Conservation and maintenance of masonry – Construction and structural behaviour", which is a revision of recommendation 4-3-98/D "Consolidation of masonry -safety/stability planning and execution" and replaces it, has just been published. A conference is planned for 24.10.2019 to present and deepen the contents of the recommendation.

WTA receives gold medal

On 10 November 2018, the WTA e.V. will be awarded the gold medal for outstanding achievements in the preservation of historical monuments in Europe at the leading European trade fair "denkmal".

What is WTA?

location WTA Germany WTA Netherlands/Flanders WTA Switzerland WTA Czechia

Competence all over Europe

Germany
Netherlands/Flanders
Switzerland
Czechia