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31 May - 01 June 2019
Provider: Carleton University Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism
Time: 9 AM - 5 PM (2-day course)
Fees: $750 (early bird rate before April 30) | $825 (after April 30)
Working on heritage projects involve many facets which can be challenging. Building on Carleton’s international reputation in Heritage Conservation, this 2-day course will cover the architectural & engineering design, planning, policy, and community engagement needed to undertake a successful conservation project. Using case studies, a multidisciplinary team of subject area experts will address topics such as heritage values and policies, heritage property evaluation, digital documentation strategies, repairing historical structures, approaches to adaptive reuse, etc.
Top 3 reasons to attend
• Gain the knowledge and tools to help you excel in conservation projects.
• Access to a diverse range of experts in the heritage conservation field
• Network over lunch and coffee with other professionals working in this field. Small class size allows for maximum opportunity for interactions.
Visit the website, to register and for more information including a full bios of the speakers. https://carleton.ca/architecture/programs/ace/heritage-conservation/
Mawuena Torkornoo, Special Projects and Research Facilitator
613-520-2600 ext. 6022