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Precomos: Preventive conservation,maintenance and monitoring of monuments and sites

PRECOMOS meeting Mexico City (17-19 September 2014)

written by Koen Van Balen on Saturday 13 September 2014

Conservación Preventiva, Mantenimiento y Monitoreo de Monumentos y Sitios

PRECOM³OS

(Preventive conservation, maintenance and monitoring of monuments and sites)

Programa

17 de Septiembre de 2014

Auditorio Horario Expositor Jesús Virchez
10:00:  Mtro. Jaime Irigoyen Director de CyAD Xochimilco Inauguración del Encuentro PRECOM³OS México 2014
11:00: Koenraad Van Balen (Be) El concepto de conservación preventiva 3 11:30 Ilan Vit Suzán Mx El patrimonio “no monumental”

12:00: Receso

Modera: Leonardo Meraz
12:20: María Cecilia Achig (Ec) Hacia un Plan Piloto de Conservación Preventiva basado en la Campaña de Mantenimiento de San Roque
12:40: David Jara Ávila (Ec) La campaña de San Roque: el trabajo con la comunidad y las instituciones públicas y privadas en la conservación del patrimonio no monumental de la ciudad desde el enfoque de la sostenibilidad y la capacidad organizacional 6 13:00 Rodolfo Santamaría Mx Patrimonio del Siglo XX
13:20: Daniela Andrea Díaz Fuentes (Cl) Gestión del riesgo en las iglesias del altiplano, Chile 8 13:40 Francisco Haroldo Alfaro Mx Lo que el tiempo se llevó
14:00: José Luis Jiménez (Mx) Viveros de Coyoacán

14:20 Receso Comida

Modera: Carlos Mercado

16:00 Gilberto y José Luis (Mx) Mercado 2 de abril, CHCM
16:20 Abel Juárez (Mx) San José Orizaba
16:40 Iskra, Víctor Mayorga, Raúl y Wilfredo Mx Pozos, Gto.

17:00 Mesa redonda:

18 de septiembre 2014

Auditorio Horario Expositor Tania Larrauri
Modera: Luis Fernando Guerrero
12:00 Carolina Andrea Guzmán (Cl): Valoración y protección del patrimonio industrial minero, caso de estudio: el Campamento Minero de Chuquicamata, Chile
12:20 Patricio Julio (Cl): Variables y criterios de valorización arquitectónica de la Transversal del desierto de Atacama, Chile
12:40 Ronald Caicedo (Cl) Las iglesias vernáculas del norte de Chile.
13:00 Raúl Esteban Cordero (Ec): La arquitectura ancestral y su valor desde el enfoque de la sostenibilidad 18 13:20 Sofía Riojas Mx Valores patrimoniales de las estaciones de FFCC
13:40 Roberto Aguirre (Mx): Conjunto Ferrocarrilero del Mexicano del Sur en Oaxaca 20
14:00 Lucrecia Rubio (Mx): La estación de ferrocarril de Cuernavaca, Morelos un patrimonio… perdido?

14:20 Receso Comida

Modera: Inés Ortiz

16:00 Aziliz Vandesande (Be): Aspectos económicos en las acciones preventivas de la protección del patrimonio
16:20 Dulce García (Mx): Centros históricos y accesibilidad
16:40 Ethel Herrera (Mx): Conservación y protección de los cementerios en la ciudad de México tomando como ejemplo cuatro casos.
17:00 Itandehuit, Alejandra y Adriana (Mx): Ex Hda. de Zotoluca, Hgo.
17:20: Elery, Mariana y Mauricio (Mx): Ex Hda. Pantitlán, Mor.
17:40: Ricardo, Angélica y Edgar (Mx): Ex Hda. De San Diego de Jaral de Berrio, Gto.

18:00 Mesa redonda

19 de Septiembre 2014

Auditorio Horario Expositor Jesús Virchez
Modera: Francisco Haroldo Alfaro

10:00: Luis Alberto Andrade (Mx): La vivienda vernácula de la sierra purépecha: registro y documentación
10.20: Liliana Olvera (Mx): El escaneo Láser 3D, como herramienta de conservación preventiva 30 10:40 Luis Alberto Mendoza Mx La arquitectura de Félix Candela en Colima.
11:00: Guillermo Nagano (Mx): El Canal Nacional y la Ciénega Grande: un patrimonio en vías de desaparición

11:20 Receso

Modera: Carlos Mercado

11:40: Lincoln Aguirre (Mx): Ex Fuerte San Carlos en Perote, Ver.
12:00: Elizabeth, Iskra y Rogelio (Mx): Coixtlahuaca, Oax.
12:40: Claudia Rocío González Rosalinda Arriaga Navarrete Mx Impacto económico de la inversión en Patrimonio Histórico: una aproximación metodológica industrial
13:00: Javier Soria y Beatriz García (Mx): Catalogación de Colonia Roma, México D.F.

14:00 Receso Comida y Traslado al ENCRyM

Auditorio Horario Expositor Aula Magna ENCRyM

Modera: Sofía Riojas
17:00: Alberto González Pozo (Mx) Catalogación Chinampas en Xochimilco
18:00: Clausura del encuentro


2015 Thematic Week - HERITAGE COUNTS

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International conference on the economic, social, environmental and cultural impact of immovable heritage

SAVE THE DATE February 2-6, 2015

 

The 2015 Thematic Week of the Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation deals with the economic, social, environmental and cultural impact of immovable heritage. The aim is to provide an international overview of discourse, strategies and case studies. Theoretical reflections and best practices will be dealt with according to thematic sessions in order to highlight potentialities, gained advantages and difficulties encountered in the different steps of measuring the impact of immovable heritage.

The idea of immovable heritage as a “capital of irreplaceable cultural, social and economic value” was already present in the European Charter of the Architectural Heritage, adopted by the Council of Europe in 1975. Today, the discourse is receiving increasingly more attention on the research agenda. Some argue that, although heritage is always valued highly, the current interest in the impact of heritage is caused by the democratization of heritage and the increased importance of heritage in today’s society. Others argue that a universal scarcity of funds for heritage management and conservation is becoming increasingly pertinent.

This edition of the Thematic Week grew out of the valorisation actions implemented within the Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe project, funded by the EU Culture Programme (2007-2013). The opening day of the Thematic Week will be co-organised by the lead partner of this project, EUROPA NOSTRA, and will bring together European policymakers and international researchers involved in cultural heritage.

 

We will contact you shortly with a call for papers, more information on the conference program and practical details.

Please mark February 3-6 2015 in your calendar and stay tuned!


PRECOM³OS Book Publication

written by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on Thursday 19 September 2013

At the inauguration of the PRECOM³OS UNESCO chair at Leuven in March 2009 various contributions have been given that defined the scene of preventive conservation of immovable heritage. It built on existing collaboration between the partnering organisations and on previous collaboration within the European project “Seminars on PREventive COnservation and Monitoring of the Architectural Heritage” (SPRECOMAH, 2007-2008) and the subsequent PRECOM³OS-workshop supported by UNESCO.

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The updates on the insights gained since then, have been shared at the Thematic Week organized to celebrate the prolongation of the UNESCO Chair until 2016. During this seminar updates on the insights on the state of affairs were shared. The international World Heritage perspective was presented in relation to the wider development potential of heritage preservation strategies based on preventive conservation.  In addition, advanced tools that help its implementation, for example the preparation of appropriate documentation, the use of GIS and technology developments were discussed. It was observed that breakthrough insights on the interaction between preventive conservation concepts and local and regional sustainable development are widening the debate towards a possible shift of the paradigms in which built heritage care is operating today.

The key contributions of both events were collected in a book publication, Reflections on Preventive Conservation, Maintenance and Monitoring of Monuments and Sites by the PRECOM³OS UNESCO Chair. It identifies and analyses awakening trends that were observed within the activities of the UNESCO PRECOM³OS Chair.

Furthermore, it aims at promoting further international collaboration and the development of research activities which are necessary in the field of preventive conservation, maintenance and monitoring of monuments and sites.

 

The publication will be released on the occasion of the opening of the new academic year of the KU Leuven, 23rd of September, at the Raymond Lemaire International Centre of Conservation. 

If you wish to order the book from within Europe, please visit the Publishers webpage.

If you wish to order the book from outside of Europe, please contact our administrative office.


Thematic Week PRECOM³OS - Leuven 23rd – 25th January 2013

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Thematic Week Preventive Conservation

During the 23rd – 25th January 2013, the Raymond Lemaire international Centre for Conservation (RLICC)  at KU Leuven organized for the first time a “Thematic Week”. It was the first of a series of conferences that will be annually organized from 2012-2013 on. The different lectures were grouped thematically under following themes:  ‘Technology and Heritage Documentation’,  ‘Regional Development and Economics’, ‘Politics and Social Involvement’,  ‘World Heritage’.  Each   thematic session was included international experts in the field. To   access the complete program and presentation of the Thematic Week,  please visit the library.

The topic of the first Thematic Week was inspired by the recent prolongation of the UNESCO Chair on Preventive Conservation,  Monitoring and maintenance of Monuments and Sites (PRECOM³OS) until 2016. The program of the conference looked into the international World Heritage perspective, evaluated the wider development potential of heritage preservation strategies based on preventive conservation and assessed different tools that help its implementation, for example making appropriate documentation and visual analysis possible.

We are glad that the partner-institutes which have been collaborating with us for the last 4 years were present to share their knowledge. These insights are often the result of close research collaboration and the continuous sharing of information in the PRECOM³OS network.  Scholars from different related fields and PhD researchers connected to the chair have generously shared their insights. The feed-back from and discussions with the audience during the subsequent workshops was of great interest to most speakers and to all participants to improve the understanding of the implementation and the potential of preventive conservation worldwide. Thus, the Thematic Week contributed greatly to the outcome of the research activities of the PRECOM³OS UNESCO Chair and of the RLICC.


Preventive Conservation Challenges: PhD Seminar, 19-22 March 2012, Cuenca, Ecuador

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Preventive Conservation challenges: PhD Seminar.  

The extended PhD seminar will bring together researchers dealing with preventive conservation, social involvement and GIS applications in heritage within the context of World Heritage. It will give the opportunity to discuss important problems for the region, relevant PhD research and different scientific contributions from good practices. 

Local organizing: vlirCPM Project (World Heritage City Preservation Management), Faculty of Architecture, University of Cuenca – Ecuador. 

Venue: Faculty of Architecture, University of Cuenca - Ecuador

Dates: 19-20-21-22 March, 2012

Official Languages: Spanish and English Presentation - (Papers in the same languages will be accepted for publication in the conference proceedings).

Targeted at:

  • PhD students dealing with research on preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance.
  • International experts on preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance of architectural heritage, site managers of world heritage and national heritage sites.

Objectives:

  • In-depth exchange of information and experience; transfer of current research; discussion of options and strategies of preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance of architectural heritage. 
  • Provide an international setting where they can present their ongoing work, get feedback from experts and peers and establish a valuable network for the future.
  • Extension of the idea of preventive conservation of monuments and sites in South America. 
  • Integration of preventive conservation in the process of nomination and formulation of periodic reporting of World Heritage Sites.

Conference themes:

  1. The social aspects of preventive conservation of architectural heritage: public participation, social and economic policies, and heritage management.
  2. The history and framework of the traditional conservation towards preventive conservation practices.
  3. Nomination and periodic reporting of World Heritage Sites from a preventive conservation perspective.
  4. The applicable technologies and successful practices of preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance of architectural heritage.
  5. Heritage Management from a preventive conservation perspective. 

Deadlines:

  • Abstract deadline: 06 February 2012 (abstracts less than 300 words). 
  • Short Paper deadline: 06 March 2012 (no less than 2 pages).
  • Registration deadline: 31 January, 2011.

Contact:

Heras B., Verónica, PhD student, Research at the University of Cuenca-vlirCPM Project

Universidad de Cuenca, Ave. 12 de Abril s/n, 

Facultad de Arquitectura,

Tel: +593 7 4051 000 ext. 4122

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Scientific Committee:

1. Cardoso Fausto

South Director of the vlirCPM Project, (World Heritage City Preservation Management). University of Cuenca.

2. Zúñiga Marcelo

GIS expert, Professor at the University of Cuenca.

3. Koenraad Van Balen

Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation, K.U.Leuven (BEL). Holder Unesco Chair on Preventive Conservation, Monitoring and Maintenance of Monuments and Sites (precomos.org)  

4. Stefano della Torre

Professor and Head of Department BEST, Politecnico di Milano (IT), Research group on Planned Conservation

5. Thérèse Steenberghen

GIS expert, Professor at the K.U.Leuven, Research group SADL.


International Conference on Preventive Conservation at Nanjing, China, 29-30 October 2011

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International Conference on Preventive Conservation of Architectural Heritage, 29-30 October, 2011, Nanjing, China

The challenge identified in the conservation field today is about assuring heritage preservation through preventive conservation, maintenance and monitoring based strategies. Timely identification and correction of defects can prevent major consequential damage, which may lead to heavy investments in order to bring the listed or valuable non listed building back into a good state of repair. Monitoring systems allow public authorities, owners and site managers to ascertain that maintenance is carried out on a regular basis and that the budgets are spent effectively at the long run, also after restoration. When regular maintenance is carried out the preservation of historic buildings will be more cost effective at the long run. As a result of systematic collection of information during the regular inspections (monitoring of the state of repair) it becomes possible to compare and monitor the state of preservation of the cultural heritage “stock”. Collected statistic data can also be used as a management tool as well as for research.

As the annual symposium of the UNESCO chair on “preventive conservation, monitoring, maintenance of the architectural heritage”, this conference is held by the Key Laboratory of Urban and Architectural Heritage Conservation at Southeast University (China), in cooperation with UNESCO Asia-Pacific World Heritage Training and Research Sub-center in Suzhou(China), The Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC) at the K.U.Leuven (Belgium) and Monumentenwacht Vlaanderen vzw (Belgium). 

Local organizing:

Key Laboratory of Urban and Architectural Heritage Conservation (Southeast University), Ministry of Education, China

The School of Architecture, Southeast University, China

UNESCO Asia-Pacific World Heritage Training and Research Sub-center in Suzhou, China

Venue: Southeast University (Nanjing) and Suzhou , China

Dates: 29-30 October, 2011

Official Languages: English and Chinese for Presentation-(Papers in French/Germany/Italian will be accepted for publication in the Conference proceedings).

Targeted at:

International experts on preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance of architectural heritage, site managers of world heritage and national heritage sites

Objectives:

In-depth exchange of information and experience; transfer of current research; discussion of options and strategies of preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance of architectural heritage. Extension of the idea of preventive conservation of architectural heritage in Asia-pacific area. Integration of preventive conservation in the process of nomination and periodic reporting of World Heritage Sites.

Programme:

One and a half days: presentations (20-30 min/person), discussions and posters display;

Half-day: on-site visiting and Discussion of preventive conservation practice of Suzhou Garden, Suzhou

Conference themes:

1. the history and framework of preventive conservation

2. the applicable technologies and successful practices of preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance of architectural heritage

3. the social aspects of preventive conservation of architectural heritage: public participation, social and economic policies, management

4. the traditional maintenance system of architectural heritage in Asia-pacific area

5. disaster prevention for architectural heritage

Conference fee (including lunches, dinners, on-site visiting fees, and Conference proceedings)

Normal price: 180 euros

Reduced price (students): 90 euros

Deadlines:

Abstract deadline: 30 August 2011 (abstracts less than 300 words) 

Poster and Paper deadline: 30 September 2011

Registration deadline: 15 October, 2011

Contact

WU Meiping, LI Xinjian

Assistant Project Manager

The School of Architecture, Southeast University, Sipailou 2#, Nanjing, China

Tel: +86 25 83792378  Fax: +86 25 83792029

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http://www.precoach2011.org/Default.htm

Scientific Committee (A-Z):

1. DONG Wei

Vice President of the School of Architecture, Southeast University,

Director of Key Laboratory of Urban and Architectural Heritage Conservation (Southeast University), Ministry of Education, China

2. GUO Zhan

Vice President of ICOMO China

3. HOU Weidong

Vice President and Chief Engineer of Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage

4. Koenraad Van Balen

Director Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation, K.U.Leuven (BEL)

Holder Unesco chair on Preventive Conservation, Monitoring and Maintenance of Monuments and Sites (precomos.org)  

5. Luc Verpoest

Em. Professor Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation, K.U.Leuven (BEL)

President of Monumentenwacht Vlaanderen

6. Stefano della Torre

Professor and Head of Department BEST, Politecnico di Milano (IT), Research group on Planned Conservation

7. ZHU Guangya

Vice President of Chinese National Architecture Society, 

Vice President of Scientific Committee of Key Laboratory of Urban and Architectural Heritage Conservation (Southeast University), Ministry of Education, China


Current Development_The Silk Road Cultural Heritage Resource Information System (CHRIS)

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For the context, please check the previous news “The UNESCO Chair’s participation on the Silk Road Serial World Heritage Nomination”.

The Silk Road Cultural Heritage Resource Information System (CHRIS) initiative involves for the time being five Central Asian countries – the Republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan – in collaboration with China, a Belgian consortium supported by the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO) and headed by Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (RLICC), K.U.Leuven, and the Japanese Funds-in-Trust project at UNESCO, aiming at supporting the finalisation of the joint nomination dossier within the Framework of the Silk Roads World Heritage Serial and Transnational Nomination. 

Please read the full article from RLICC newsletter

For further information, please see the website of The Silk Road CHRIS.

 


Content_PhD seminar on preventive conservation, 25/02/2010, Leuven

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The first PhD seminar on preventive conservation has been organized in RLICC, K.U.Leuven on 25/02/2010

Four ongoing PhD researchers presented their progress.

For the agenda and content, please check the following website: 

http://precomos.org/index.php/library/library_extended/agenda_and_handout_phd_seminar_25_02_2010_leuven/


PRECOMOS seminar on condition reporting system, 22-25/02/2010, Antwerp

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This seminar was organized by Monumentenwacht Vlaanderen – the core member of the PRECOMOS (Preventive Conservation, Monitoring and Maintenance of Monuments and Sites) network – at Antwerp, Belgium, 22-24 February 2010. Focusing on a very practical issue of preventive conservation, the main objective of this seminar was to exchange the methodologies and best practices of condition assessing and reporting system of built cultural heritage, which consequently lead to relevant cost calculation of maintenance and repair works. Professionals from Politecnico di Milano, K.U.Leuven and University of Cuenca were invited. 

Please read the full article from RLICC newsletter

A subsequent PhD seminar on preventive conservation was organized on 25 February 2010 in Leuven, please check the content on this webpage.


Posters published_Planned conservation of XXth Century Architectural Heritage, 30-31/10/2009, Como

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By courtesy of the organizers, the poster contributions of the international conference “Planned conservation of XXth Century Architectural Heritage” (30-31/10/2009, Como, Italy) are now available online in the PRECOMOS website. Please check the following webpage: 

http://precomos.org/index.php/library/library_extended/posters_planned_conservation_of_xxth_century_architectural_heritage/


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