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The use of modern building recording techniques in the assessment of industrial archaeology

Hardwick, David

Authors

David Hardwick David.Hardwick@uwe.ac.uk@uwe.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Building Surveying



Abstract

A review of the current extent of usage of modern building recording techniques in the archaeological appraisal of standing structures using a theme of pumping engines as the subset of industrial archaeology considered. Reference made to recent advances in laser scanning, photogrammetry and alternative reality with a series of case studies of industrial buildings in the Bristol area.

Citation

Hardwick, D. (2017, February). The use of modern building recording techniques in the assessment of industrial archaeology. Presented at Sustaining Built Heritage

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Conference Name Sustaining Built Heritage
Start Date Feb 23, 2017
End Date Feb 25, 2017
Acceptance Date Feb 12, 2017
Publication Date Feb 24, 2017
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Keywords industrial archaeology
Additional Information Title of Conference or Conference Proceedings : Sustaining Built Heritage

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