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> Good Afternoon,
>
> Does anyone have any information on the analysis, non destructive
> testing, and possible in-situ repair techniques for damaged Glulam
> arches?

I was going to suggest the name of a firm that has a lot of experience in
that area, then I noticed your domain name :-)

(BTW, this wouldn't happen to be an old church building in the Houston
area, would it?)


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