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Building conservation

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Damp and historic buildings The course discusses the importance of breathability in historic buildings, how this is achieved and can be maintained and what happens when it goes wrong. It will examine common...

The course discusses the importance of breathability in historic buildings, how this is achieved and can be maintained and what happens when it goes wrong. It will examine common mistakes of moisture identification and remediation. The course will discuss available options when repairs are required.

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Fire & historic buildings An informative day considering the issues relating to fire and historic buildings, including the spread and growth of fire and how it affects traditional building materials,...

An informative day considering the issues relating to fire and historic buildings, including the spread and growth of fire and how it affects traditional building materials, handling fire insurance claims, fire safety interventions and what the law requires, and fire in thatched buildings.

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Introduction to Structure from Motion Photogrammetry This workshop will introduce participants to Structure from Motion Photogrammetry (SfM), an innovative imaging technique in which a set of digital images is used to generate a 3D...

This workshop will introduce participants to Structure from Motion Photogrammetry (SfM), an innovative imaging technique in which a set of digital images is used to generate a 3D record of a subject ranging in size from artefact to landscape.

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Old houses - Their fabric, interiors and furnishing. Identification and care A course aimed at the owners and guardians of historic homes. The course will look at the fabric, features, fittings and furnishings of historic buildings. 

A course aimed at the owners and guardians of historic homes. The course will look at the fabric, features, fittings and furnishings of historic buildings. 

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Practical thatching This is a practical, hands-on course, giving participants the chance to thatch on a practice roof, indoors at ground level, using all the tools, materials and techniques of the...

This is a practical, hands-on course, giving participants the chance to thatch on a practice roof, indoors at ground level, using all the tools, materials and techniques of the craft

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Understanding vernacular buildings A day school on vernacular buildings in general, materials, and the timber- framed tradition of the Marches in comparison to the South - East Region. In the afternoon we will...

A day school on vernacular buildings in general, materials, and the timber- framed tradition of the Marches in comparison to the South - East Region. In the afternoon we will discuss the challenge of living in a timber- framed house from the owner's perspective, tips on energy efficiency and how to lower your building's carbon footprint.

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Introduction to Building Conservation This course will give students a basic understanding of the practice of building conservation in the UK today. It will set it in the context of the historic environment and deal...

This course will give students a basic understanding of the practice of building conservation in the UK today. It will set it in the context of the historic environment and deal with its origins, philosophy, relevant legislation and how conservation practice operates in the planning system. The course is aimed at building owners, members of residents' or amenity organisations, contractors, and other built environment professionals who have some experience of historic buildings but want to know more about what conservation is all about.

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