IMS and other Masonry events
Organisations and companies are invited to include brief details of their events on the IMS website. If you wish to submit details please send to: email@example.com
19 September 2019 ~ The Society AGM
The Society Annual General Meeting will take place at the offices of the Brick Development Association, Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT on Thursday, 19th September 2019.
Nominations, for election to Council, with names of the Proposer and Seconder, should be accompanied by a concise statement of the qualifications of the person proposed and their willingness to serve, if elected.
Student member: as last year Council has indicated it wishes to encourage student member participation, by electing a student Council member. This would most likely be as a papers-only member although attendance would be welcome, and offers the opportunity for input to the Society.
Nominations must reach the Secretary not later than the 10th August by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
DR K FISHER
27 September 2018 ~ IMS AGM and Visit to H+H Celcon Ltd, Sevenoaks, Kent
IMS AGM Programme 2018. Following the AGM there will be an opportunity for a tour of the newly refurbished manufacturing plant, followed by a light lunch and refreshments. Attendees must register in advance, together with a request for car parking (if required) NOT LATER THAN MONDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER to the Secretary at email@example.com Agenda and Annual Reports are can be found under the IMS Members tab.
21 September 2017 ~ AGM and visit
15 June 2017 ~ Heritage Seminar ‘Through The Keyhole – The Victoria Quarter Conservation Project’.
Leading Conservation Contractor Aura Conservation Ltd have teamed up with RICS and the International Masonry Society (IMS) to present a one-day seminar entitled ‘Through The Keyhole – The Victoria Quarter Conservation Project’. The seminar is being held on Thursday 15th June 2017 at the Rose Bowl Leeds Beckett University Lecture Theatre.
What makes this seminar different to other Heritage seminars is the “case study” approach which we have undertaken to present this large complex project in detail; we will be taking you ‘through the keyhole’ to all aspects of the ‘Victoria Quarter’ Conservation Project.
Buildings such as the Victoria Quarter are irreplaceable landmarks of our history and our heritage, however to ensure that they remain in our future and to ensure they survive in our everchanging environment, they require conservation and regeneration.
We have teamed up with technical experts who have been involved in the ‘Victoria Quarter Conservation Project’ to deliver a series of presentations which will give delegates an insight into the scale and technicalities of the project from purchase of the building to completion of the conservation project and future maintenance.
To make an enquiry please call Jessica McClurg on 0161 442 9850, or to book a place please complete the attached booking form or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Event information and Booking Form: aura-heritage-seminar.pdf
22 September 2016 ~ IMS AGM and Visit
20 September 2013 ~ Tour of Hampton Court Palace, Gardens and Maze
An optional afternoon tour of Hampton Court Palace, Gardens and Maze has been arranged for members and guests to follow the 2013 AGM. Registration is needed for the tour which costs £14.40 per person. Registration form and AGM arrangements.