The Stirling Society of Architects in Partnership with Historic Environment Scotland present a morning series of building blocks on conservation.
Discover the philosophy and ethics of building conservation. Learn how to identify common decay mechanisms and building defects and understand the listing process and what it means for you.
These sessions are run in conjunction with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
They will appeal to anyone with a working knowledge of buildings who is interested in learning more about traditional structures, including students and professionals.
Conservation 101 is the first in a series of CPD events which will be run quarterly at the Engine Shed in Stirling. They will cover a range of topics.
If you are not able to make it along on the day, we will be live streaming this event. If, for technical reasons, the live stream is unavailable, we will send attendees a recording of the event. Sign up to the live by clicking the link below.
|Friday 3 May||Conservation 101 : David Mitchell, Director of Conservation to host|
Conservation ethics and principles
Roger Curtis, Technical Research Manager
Decay and defects in traditional buildings
Moses Jenkins, Senior Technical Officer
Assessing and working with listed buildings
Elly McCrone, Head of Designations
Dara Parsons, Team Leader, Heritage, Casework