Loading Events

Upcoming Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

March 2021

TGR – Retrofitting Traditional Buildings 2: Case Studies

9 March - 09:30 - 13:00

This new half-day seminar presents a range of case study projects involving traditional and historic buildings, illustrating the key principles and details required for a holistic, whole-building approach to retrofit. Case studies include a range of project types including domestic and non-domestic, urban and rural, and listed and unlisted buildings, conversions and deep- to medium-level performance targets. Both completed and uncompleted projects are presented, together with pre-retrofit performance analysis, hygrothermal simulations, detailed architectural drawings and post-occupancy monitoring where available to…

Find out more »

BE Networking – Restoring & Regenerating Historic Buildings

9 March - 09:45 - 11:30

This event will delve into the restoration of are re-purposing of historic buildings across the UK – highlight future projects, best practice and funding opportunities. Historic buildings are unique. From their design and architecture to the historic and culture they possess – they add character to towns and cities, but many are at risk of being lost. At this online conference we’ll hear from multiple speakers who’re passionate about restoring historic buildings and regenerating those which are in desperate need…

Find out more »

HE – Technical Tuesday – Remote inspection: Part 3 – Reality Capture for remote inspection

9 March - 13:00 - 14:30

Through reference to case study projects, such as Lincoln Bishops Palace and St Mary’s Church Studley Royal, we will use this webinar to cover structure-from-motion (SfM) photogrammetry and how terrestrial and drone acquired SfM imagery can be brought together with laser scanning to provide high resolution 3D models that are already aiding the remote inspection of heritage sites and structures.

Find out more »

TGR – Understanding PAS2030 and Trustmark

9 March - 17:00 - 18:00

What you need to know to qualify for Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme installation works and beyond Becoming PAS2030 certified and Trustmark registered offers contractors a direct route to accessing work through the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme and Energy Company Obligation (ECO) funded projects. Demand for sustainable retrofit works is growing fast; becoming certified now will strengthen your market position and increase customer trust, putting you well ahead of your competitors. If you’re thinking of growing your business in…

Find out more »

IHBC Mate Session

10 March - 14:00 - 17:00

You are invited to attend an online IHBC Membership Application Training Event (MATE). This will last approximately 3 hours. This MATE will be led by Ramona Usher/Sean O'Reilly/Fiona Newton. How will the online MATE work? The format is similar to the familiar in person MATE, helping you to understand the IHBc Application process and how best to complete your application. The MATE will be delivered through GoToMeeting. Log in details will be provided closer to the event. GoTo Meeting is…

Find out more »

ACHT – Traditional Mortars for Historic Building Repair

10 March - 19:00 - 20:00

In this third Aberdeen Heritage Lecture of 2021, learn about the range of different mortars that have been employed in our built heritage overtime, from clay/earth mortars to early patented cements and everything else in between. Why choosing the right mortar for historic building repair is vital to prolong their lives and what can go horribly wrong when the incorrect mortar(s) have been used. Roz will use case studies to Illustrate the process of formulating a specification for replacement and…

Find out more »

ESC – Energy Efficiency Measures for Older and Traditional Buildings: 2 day course – Level 3 Award Qualification

11 March - 09:00 - 12 March - 17:00

Over one-third of UK buildings are traditional – that is according to the definition of a traditional building defined in BSI PAS 2035: 2019: Specification for the energy retrofit of domestic buildings. These buildings are different from modern buildings and need to be treated differently. The Environment Study Centre teamed up with the CITB’s National Construction College and specialist building consultancy Edwards Hart to develop this unique 2-day course that delivers a real qualification in energy efficiency retrofit. The course is run…

Find out more »

SLCT – Mortar Analysis Explained

11 March - 09:30 - 12:00

This seminar will ensure you can gain the most out of your mortar analysis reports and to learn how to carry out your own basic analyses.

Find out more »

SPAB – Transforming Places: Revitalising Historic High Streets

11 March - 12:00 - 13:00

“Ordinary” town centre heritage – those familiar high street buildings that house shops, local services, small businesses and projects – often goes unremarked and underappreciated, and can fall into serious decline. Yet these places are a vital part of our built environment and, if well cared for and used, can be assets that contribute to a community’s quality of life and create a strong sense of place in an increasingly homogenised world. The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF), a body bringing…

Find out more »

HTVF – Heritage Interpretation for Places and Spaces: Part 1

11 March - 12:00 - 14:00

Celebrating our historic assets and local identity is a key step in developing a sustainable visitor economy, bringing more life back to our high streets, encouraging more tourism, but also recognising and promoting local pride. Capturing history and conveying it to others should be a fundamental part of how we manage changing historic cities, towns, villages, neighbourhoods, streets and buildings. Exemplary heritage interpretation can be the difference between a place being overlooked and neglected, or it becoming a new attraction…

Find out more »
+ Export Events

Courses and events across the built and historic environment sector. (Mobile users scroll down for calendar and categories)