Part 1: Data Acquisition and HBIM
Data Acquisition and HBIM is Part 1 of the two part course, Existing Conditions Modelling Fundamentals.
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Part 1: Data Acquisition and HBIM
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On-demand I 3CEU I Introductory I Heritage & Technology
Data Acquisition and HBIM Summary
Data Acquisition and HBIM is an introduction to the concepts of Heritage BIM vs. BIM. Architects who are new to the concepts will find this self-directed online course a great way to become familiar with the high-level concepts. This is an excellent online course for owners, principles, and managers of architecture firms who want to understand the fundamental concepts of HBIM and BIM and be able to speak to clients about its benefits and opportunities.
- Describe the basic concepts and characteristics that distinguish building information modelling (BIM).
- Explain why, and assess when, BIM is appropriate for existing and heritage buildings.
- Detail the process for managing BIM for existing and heritage buildings.
*Participants must have access to Revit
Existing Conditions Modelling Fundamentals is presented in partnership with Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS).
The Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) is a Carleton University Research Centre (CURC) affiliated with the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism in the Faculty of Engineering and Design. CIMS is a pioneer in the application of BIM for architectural rehabilitation and heritage conservation. The CIMS projects range in scale from one-room prairie churches to national (Parliament Hill) and world heritage sites (Rideau Canal). Their intimate knowledge of digitization and BIM for the representation and management of existing built assets puts them in a unique position to contribute to the education of professionals in the digital heritage sector of the architecture, engineering, construction and operations industry.
Associate Professor, Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism
Stephen Fai holds a professional BArch (Carleton) and a PhD in religious studies (Ottawa). He is an Associate Professor at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism where he teaches in the design studio and co-chairs the PhD program. He has taught courses on architectural representation and on various themes in the history and theory of architecture. Dr. Fai served as the acting director of the School of Architecture (2002 - 2004), director (2004 - 2005), and associate director, graduate programs (2006 - 2010). His current research interests are at the intersection of architecture, image making, and hybrid digital/analogue technologies. He became the director of the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) in 2007 and — over the past decade — has developed five lines of inquiry that address the application of digital technologies in the context of architectural conservation and rehabilitation. Specifically: digitization; building information modelling (BIM); simulation; digitally assisted fabrication; digitally assisted storytelling.
Associate Director at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS)
Lara Chow is the Associate Director at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) — a research centre associated with the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at Carleton University. The research agenda of CIMS is concerned with the study and development of hybrid forms of representation and fabrication for architectural rehabilitation and heritage conservation. She has led several research teams for projects at CIMS including the Centre Block BIM, Library of Parliament BIM, and the development of an urban model of the National Capital Region of Ottawa. Lara holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Masters of Architecture from Carleton University.
Bachelor of Architecture, Carleton University
Tyler Grunt graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of Architecture. During his studies, he had the opportunity to begin working at Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS). Throughout his time at CIMS he led multiple heritage projects including the Parliamentary Precinct Buildings of Canada, which has contributed to his in-depth knowledge of Heritage Building Information Modelling (HBIM).
Bachelor of Architectural Studies , Carleton University
Hilary Romaniuk recently graduated from the Bachelor of Architectural Studies program at Carleton University in the Spring of 2020. She has worked at the Carleton Immersive Media Studio since 2017. She has participated in and led multiple HBIM projects including the Centre Block building of the Parliament Hill National Historic Site. Hilary specializes in modelling highly complex existing conditions projects and parametric families in Autodesk Revit.