The University of Florida Historic Preservation Program and NCPTT are offering a 5 day workshop on photogrammetric documentation for historic preservation. The goal of this workshop is to provide practicing professionals and students with a working knowledge of photogrammetry including the equipment, field work planning and techniques, processing, and products. Upon completion, participants will be able to describe the advantages and disadvantages of each technique, understand their applications, and define and articulate goals when designing a photogrammetry documentation project.
Neffra Matthews, Bureau of Land Management
Tom Noble, Bureau of Land Management
Kirk Cordell, NCPTT
University of Florida Preservation Institute Nantucket Dormitories (included in registration; space is limited; available until filled). Dormitories are located a twenty-minute walk from the academic studio. Wireless DSL is provided.
Located in the center of Nantucket Town, Sherburne Hall is an 1846 Greek Revival-style Odd Fellows Hall restored in 1987 for the Preservation Institute. In addition to the beautiful vaulted studio space with its original pressed metal ceiling, the facility also houses offices, materials conservation laboratory, classroom, exhibition foyer, library, and kitchen. A wireless DSL environment provides e-mail and internet access.
NCPTT EVENTS CANCELLATION POLICY
Since workshops and conferences fill quickly, please sign up as early as possible. If you need to withdraw from an event, you must inform us in writing via email Andrew_Ferrell@nps.gov or fax (318) 356-9119.
Cancellations more than 30 days prior to an event will be fully refunded less a $30 administrative fee. No refunds will be available for cancellations within 30 days of the event, but funds may be credited towards a future NCPTT event. In the unlikely event that NCPTT must cancel an event, you may choose a full refund of the registration fee or a credit for a future NCPTT event.
The University of Florida is offering 3D Imaging for Heritage for $2,300, a three-week course from July 13 – July 31, 2015 which includes both the 3D Laser Scanning Workshop, the Photogrammetry Workshop, an additional week of field work, and 3 hours of academic credit.