Capitolizing on Technology: Preserving the Past and Inspiring the Future with Documentation Strategies at the Michigan State Capitol

Friday, June 21, 2024
8:30am - 5:30pm
ET

Saturday, June 22, 2024
8:30am - 11:00am ET

Join us at the Michigan State Capitol Building to experience first-hand the innovative use of strategic documentation underpinning the continuing renovation and repair projects at this site.

We will see how a “digital twin” of the building allows the Owner the ability to navigate the hidden infrastructure of a building digitally via a tablet device, maximizing the efficiency of future maintenance or repair efforts.

Laser scanning, integrated photogrammetry, hydrothermal monitoring, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), and historic building information management (HBIM), will be showcased by international experts including owner’s representatives, architects, conservators, contractors, software designers, as well as a film crew which is documenting the construction efforts.

Come and take advantage of some “behind the scenes” access to the inner workings of the Michigan State Capitol Building and explore how an investment in a documentation strategy will benefit your projects.


Registration Open Now!

Sign up early to secure your space for a truly exceptional opportunity to learn and network with top experts in the field. This program brings together a remarkable site with world renowned leaders in historic preservation.

 Register

Location:
Michigan State Capitol
323 Ottawa St.
Lansing, MI, 48933

Registration Fee:
APT Members: $225

Emerging Professionals: $150
Students: $75
Non-Members: $325

Credits:
8 LU/HSW/PDH Continuing Education Units (Day 1)
2 LU/HSW/PDH Continuing Education Units (Day 2)

Workshop Logistics:

Parking: The two closest parking ramps are North Capitol Ramp & North Grand Ramp. They are both a 2.5 block walk to Heritage Hall. More information.

Recommended Hotels:

Courtyard by Marriott

Double Tree by Hilton

 

Resources:

"How laser scanners and digital replicas play a role in preserving historic sites," Dan Lohmeyer, Autodesk, May 2024.

Agenda
Speakers
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Thank you to our sponsors! 

Gold Sponsors

  

Michigan Sate Capitol

 

 

Silver Sponsors

BCA Logo

Quinn Evans


Bronze Sponsors

 Allen Architectural Metals logo (the name spelled out)

 

 

 

 

Presented by the APT Technical Committee on Documentation and the APT Eastern Great Lakes Chapter