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March 2021

TACS – 17th Century Dutch Tiles

11 March - 18:00 - 19:00

17th century Dutch tiles, how they were made, how they were used and what is shown on them. Hans van Lemmen is a well known tile historian, President of TACS and author of numerous publications. You can find out more about Hans on his website www.hansvanlemmen.co.uk

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CIOB – Project Management and Supervision of Work to Historic and Traditional Buildings

16 March - 09:30 - 16:30

This 1-day course will cover the pertinent issues concerning historic and traditional buildings, and best practice for build quality strategies and processes. It will begin with the concept of project management and project supervision, including how these skills apply in the historic environment and how dealing with it is different. The course will then go through the various stages including project initiation, feasibility, development, delivery, completion and end with occupation of the building and its continued care. There will also…

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Scotland Branch – MAGE Session

16 March - 14:00 - 17:00

Scotland Branch Virtual Membership Application Guidance Event (MAGE) lets prospective Members discuss their draft applications and build on the content of their applications. Tuesday 16th March 2021 from 14.00 to 17.00. Please email professional@ihbc.org.uk by Monday 10th March to be included on the delegate list. Affiliates based in Scotland preferred.

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TGR – Sustainable Water Use in Retrofits

16 March - 16:30 - 18:30

To ensure sustainability for our buildings in water use, we need to consider supply of water to buildings, how we heat that water, treatment of waste water and the rainwater falling on our buildings. This training session will introduce construction professionals to the core solutions based on building type, the available solutions currently on the market, the ease of installation in both new build and retrofit situations, implications for the remainder of the build process and maintenance requirements. Construction professionals…

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ACHT – Full Richness of Authenticity- Conservation Charters

17 March - 19:00 - 20:00

In this fourth presentation as part of Aberdeen Heritage Lectures, Ian will provide an overview of several of the many international charters and national guidelines that advise and support the protection of our mutual heritage and offer some examples of how these may affect the manner a place is conserved. Speaker details: Professor Ian Davidson is a Chartered Building Surveyor and Heritage Consultant with almost 40 years' experience in Conservation. His consultancy specialises in offering support to cultural heritage projects…

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

18 March - 09:00 - 19 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 to modern buildings and need to be treated differently. The Environment Study Centre has teamed up with the CITB and specialist building consultancy Edwards Hart to develop this unique  2-day course that delivers a real qualification in energy efficiency retrofit. It is also the only…

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SLCT – Stone Analysis Explained

18 March - 09:30 - 12:00

Gain a greater understanding of the process of stone analysis and be able to understand and use the results of stone analysis to create better specifications for replacement stone masonry units.

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SPAB – Brixton Windmill: from Building at Risk to Revival

18 March - 12:00 - 13:00

Before Brixton was absorbed by the urban expansion of London in the mid nineteenth century it was a wheat growing area, which Ashby’s Mill was built to serve in 1816.  By 1862 the windmill was so sheltered by other buildings that it received insufficient wind to turn its sails and although it was later altered to use other sources of power its story became one of alternating periods of use and neglect. When it was placed on the Buildings at…

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HE – OASIS for Built Heritage Users – Support Workshop

18 March - 13:00 - 15:30

Historic England have commissioned MSDS Marine and Ashtree Heritage to provide support workshops for the rollout of the new Online Access to the Index of Investigations (OASIS) system. This workshop will provide training and support to archaeologists working commercially to promote the new system and provide training in its use. Please note a series of workshops is being rolled out targeted at different users. If you don't currently work within built heritage you can sign up here for further updates on courses for other users…

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GCHT – Your Career in Conservation

22 March - 10:30 - 24 March - 16:00

Interested in a career focused on the historic built environment? Or learning more about how to improve your knowledge and expertise about conserving our built heritage? Join Glasgow City Heritage Trust for a three-day online conference looking at careers in conservation and take part in workshops on how to become conservation accredited.  The conference is aimed at anyone working, or interested in working, within the building and heritage sectors, including architects, surveyors, conservators, engineers and consultants.  What you’ll learn:  Delegates…

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