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The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada launches this first heritage conservation workshop in partnership with the Carleton Immersive Media Studio, which hosts the weekend event.

Geared toward Building Information Modeling (BIM) for heritage (HBIM) and existing conditions, the workshop will help participants better understand the complex and unique challenges in managing a BIM project for heritage and existing conditions, including managing large and diverse datasets, file size, and selecting the appropriate level of detail and model tolerance for their projects.

They will learn how to maximize the efficiency of their projects by applying simple fundamental tips for Heritage BIM, and learn hands-on, step-by-step techniques for modeling basic building elements to point cloud data including walls, slabs, windows, and ceilings. The course will include a tour of a designated heritage building with a demonstration of capturing point cloud data with terrestrial laser scanners.

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