on 15 and 22 July, the Department of cultural heritage of Moscow will hold an online seminar on the history and culture. It will be interesting to conservators, architects, designers and other professionals in the construction industry.

the Program lasts for two days, all events will be held on the platform of the Zoom. Participation is free, but for each day of the seminar: July 15 and July 22. There is also a full schedule of each day. In addition, the official YouTube channel of the Department of cultural heritage since July 27, will be available to record all events.

In the seminar, architects and restorers, among them associate Professor of creative technologies and construction Middlesex University Dr. Noha Saliba, honored architect of Russia, Professor of the history of architecture Maxim Atayants, Deputy Director for digital development of the State Museum of fine arts named after A. S. Pushkin Vladimir Opredeleno and others. Also experience in the application of digital technologies to share professionals largest engineering and construction companies.

During meetings, seminars and lectures, the participants will discuss the pros and cons of the use of BIM technologies in the development of restoration projects, performing manufacturing operations, implementation of architectural and technical supervision.

BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology for information modeling, which includes elements of geographic information systems and computer aided design. It allows the — building, engineering and the road network, bridges and tunnels, ports and Railways. Its fundamental difference from conventional 3D modeling is that the BIM model is linked to a database. It has all the information about the building under construction and its parts — physical characteristics, methods of placement in space and more.

At the workshop, participants will review the. For example, using information modelling technologies were reconstructed pavilions of the exhibition center, temple of Baal in Palmyra (Syria), renovated Polytechnic Museum, the New Hermitage and other cultural heritage objects.

special attention at the seminar focused on the issues of pricing and determining the estimated cost of the project works. Experts also talk about the features of the examination of projects using information modeling.

the Purpose of the seminar was to discuss with representatives of the professional community, opportunities, prospects and risks of implementing building information modeling on all stages of projects implementation in the sphere of preservation of cultural heritage, exchange of experience in the application of BIM technologies in the design and restoration companies.