Bath Abbey are holding an afternoon of talks for British Science Week on Saturday 16 March, 1.00-4.30pm, to celebrate the exciting science, technology and engineering of their £19.3m Footprint project.
Talks will explore the science and cutting-edge technology currently being used by those working on the Footprint project. Six organisations will be taking part in the afternoon of talks, including: Wessex Archaeology, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, University of the West of England, Mann Williams Structural Engineers, Buro Happold Engineering, and IsoEnergy.
The programme of talks will include:
1.05pm - Alex Morris, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios: The Bath Abbey Footprint Project: Repairs, Conservation, Interventions & Sustainability; Problems are just solution opportunities
1.30pm - David Littlefield, University of the West of England, Bristol: Mapping the condition of Bath Abbey’s ledger stones: a study in photogrammetry
1.55pm - Bruce Eaton and Shoned Jones, Wessex Archaeology: Archaeology in 3D
2.50pm - Henry Pinder, Mann Williams: Structural Engineering Challenges of the Footprint Project
3.15pm - Neil Francis, Buro Happold Engineering: Bath’s natural hot spring water
3.40pm - Ed Levien, IsoEnergy: Installation of the GSHP system at Bath Abbey
No tickets required, all welcome.