Heritage Conservation
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Select this product and check out to secure a spot for the two (2) weekend Heritage Conservation workshop. The workshop is held on March 7th and May 30th, 2020. The $200 USD is used to reserve a spot in the course.

This is a two part series where the first part will take place in a carpentry workshop and the second will take place on the actual worksite in old Montreal, Quebec. Participants will learn how to conceive a historical timber frame structure based on a given time period and by using archeological evidence.

This course is in collaboration with Jeremie Abbate from Abbate Charpentier Traditionnel.

 You can learn more on the history of the building by clicking HERE

Key Points:

  • We will address topics such as historical practices of laying out, cutting, assembling, and raising timber structures manually
  • Historical timber framing techniques, practices, and methodology
  • Heritage values
  • Repairing historical structures
  • Digital documentation
  • Approaches to adaptive reuse
  • The use of stereotomy in a historical and reconstructive context 


Location of workshops - please click on the link to open in Google Map

You will receive confirmation and a “Welcome Package” by email with more details (i.e. tool list, parking, food) once signed up.


Spots are limited and are treated on a first come first serve basis. However, priority is given to past students who are working towards their certifications.




Total cost for this course is $800.00 CAD +HST (13%) or $600.00 USD +HST (13%). Remainder of payment is due on the first day of arrival.




Due to limited spaces, the course deposit is non-refundable.




This course is accredited towards our Professional Certificate.



If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Patrick Moore at lamidutrait@gmail.com or 819-664-9596 (cell)

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Heritage Conservation

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