Quality pathology assessment in historic buildings – case of the “basilica and convent of San Francisco”

M. Regalado, E. Santa María, A. Gutiérrez, D. Suyón, J. Altamirano, L. Villanes, M. Rojas


The purpose of the present paper is to set forth a methodology proposal for assessing quality pathologies (aesthetic and superficial) in historic buildings located in the city center of Lima (Peru), in order to identify the pathologies having the strongest impact on the overall quality of the structure, as well as their main causes. As a study case, the methodology is applied to the “Basilica and Convent of San Francisco”, which allowed concluding that fissures are the pathologies that most affect the structure and earthquakes, and external vibrations are the main causes thereof


Pathologies; historic buildings; quality; visual inspection; Pareto chart

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7764/RIC.00034.21


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