Digital Recording of Existing and Historic Buildings for Conservation | REGULAR | Institut royal d'architecture du Canada

Digital Recording of Existing and Historic Buildings for Conservation | REGULAR

Référence: WW200411

This 1 hour webinar has two aims: (a) to acquaint participants with a wide range of recording techniques; and (b) to help students decide which techniques are best suited to which sites and objectives.

Digital Recording of Existing and Historic Buildings for Conservation 

Webday Wednesdays Series

Topic: Heritage conservation, Advanced Technologies

Length: 1 hour l What's included: video, quiz, certificate of completion

This webinar is available to stream!

Recording the physical characteristics of historic and existing structures is a cornerstone of retrofit, rehabilitation, preventive maintenance, monitoring and conservation.  The information produced by such work guides decision-making by property owners, site managers, public officials, and conservators. Rigorous documentation may also serve a broader purpose: over time, it becomes the primary means by which scholars and the public apprehends a site that has since changed radically or disappeared.
 
In times of COVID-19 pandemic, the availability of reliable documentation of existing and heritage places, in particular real-time sensors providing information can allow to prevent secondary threats such as looting, fires or other unforeseen issues when not monitoring the site.  This webinar have two aims: (a) to acquaint participants with a wide range of recording techniques; and (b) to help students decide which techniques are best suited to which sites and objectives. Led by an expert in the field, the training program will benefit from instruction in various branches of the recording work.  
 
Learning Otcomes 
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
 
  • Identify the role and need of information in the retrofit and rehabilitation of existing and historic buildings, emphasizing in conservation practices in Canada
  • Evaluate and formulate an appropriate method for Digital Recording of Existing and Historic Buildings
  • Evaluate and examine of what to specify when requesting digital recording projects 
  • Participants will be able to assess the continuous evolution of new tools and methods in Digital Recording of Existing and Historic Buildings
 
Subject Matter Expert
 
 
Mario Santana Quintero, PhD. MSc. Architect, P.Eng Limited License 
Professor l Carleton University
 

Available Until: December 31, 2022

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