Heritage Conservation Series

 

The health, safety, and well-being of our staff, instructors and participants is very important to the RAIC. As such, the RAIC is working diligently to  transition all  Continuing Education events and offerings from now until September 30, 2020  to virtual platforms.  

For questions related to Continuing Education, contact education@raic.org


The RAIC is pleased to announce the launch of its new Heritage Conservation series of limited-edition workshop experiences. These workshops will explore topics related to the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada, emerging technologies and digital tools, and adaptive reuse design strategies. The workshops will also give exclusive access to nationally significant sites, world-class resources, and leading experts in these fields.

All RAIC workshops are eligible for continuing education certificates of attendance.    


Introduction to the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada

More informations coming soon!


 

Past Events

 

RAIC x CIMS: From Point Cloud to Existing Conditions BIM with Revit

Take advantage of the opportunity to spend a weekend working in the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) Lab and learn more about Building Information Modeling (BIM) for Heritage and Existing Conditions (HBIM) from the Winners of the 2018 CanBIM Best in Academic and Best in Innovation Award for the Library of Parliament BIM. This workshop will help participants better understand the complex and unique challenges in managing a BIM project for heritage and existing conditions, including managing large and diverse datasets, file size, and selecting the appropriate level of detail and model tolerance for your project.

Find out how to maximize the efficiency of your project by applying simple fundamental tips for Heritage BIM, and learn hands-on, step-by-step techniques for modelling basic building elements to point cloud data including walls, slabs, windows, and ceilings. The course will include a tour of a designated heritage building with a demonstration of capturing point cloud data with terrestrial laser scanners. Participants will receive an illustrated tutorial outlining all the steps required to model basic building elements from point cloud and will be able to ask instructors questions throughout the training.

The workshop will be provided in English as Carleton University is an English-based institution.

It also includes a 4-hour online pre-learning e-module, designed to ensure participants have a foundational knowledge of the topics and programs to be explored during the in-person workshop experience. A post-workshop online seminar will also be held to further assist participants.