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CONSTRUCTION & BIM


BRINGING HERITAGE TO LIFE


Steve Conlin, Director of Curo Construction, looks at the collaboration involved between FMs and construction workers when refurbishing and maintaining heritage sites.


A sense of community and a shared identity have played a vital role is bringing people together throughout the pandemic. So many people have come together to offer mutual aid or run errands for neighbours that are self-isolating.


“A survey from Historic England


found that 85% of those working in historic buildings expressed satisfaction with their workplace.”


While the social heart of communities is going strong, the physical elements are missed. Whether defining the character of rural villages or standing the test of time in the centre of cities, heritage buildings remind us of the roots of the places we call home.


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However, change is happening at an ever-increasing rate. With growing numbers of large commercial buildings being granted planning permission, heritage buildings are being forgotten or overshadowed. But this doesn’t have to be the case.


The heart of the community Heritage buildings bring a physical heart to a community. They often act as tourist attractions, bringing money into the local economy, and their upkeep provides jobs that increase the community connection to the area.


For many potential tenants, the upkeep that heritage buildings require can be off-putting. In the long-term, though, they bring palpable benefits. A survey from Historic England found that 85% of those working in historic buildings expressed satisfaction with their workplace. Organisations also report the positive impression the attractive exterior makes on clients and customers.


But these benefits can only be realised if the buildings are well maintained. Neglected façades and systems rapidly deteriorate. Proper care of these buildings is necessary, both to prevent deterioration and to protect their heritage


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