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Amos, D, Musa, Z N and Au-Yong, C P (2020) Performance measurement of facilities management services in Ghana’s public hospitals. Building Research & Information, 48(02), 218–38.

Attia, D A, Maarouf, I, Taha, D and Nassar, D (2020) Detecting failures in conservation practice in relation to cultural significance: the case of heritage buildings in Khartoum. Building Research & Information, 48(02), 124–39.

Becerra, J, Ortiz, P, Zaderenko, A P and Karapanagiotis, I (2020) Assessment of nanoparticles/nanocomposites to inhibit micro-algal fouling on limestone façades. Building Research & Information, 48(02), 180–90.

Bortolini, R and Forcada, N (2020) Analysis of building maintenance requests using a text mining approach: building services evaluation. Building Research & Information, 48(02), 207–17.

Cardellicchio, L (2020) Self-cleaning and colour-preserving efficiency of photocatalytic concrete: case study of the Jubilee Church in Rome. Building Research & Information, 48(02), 160–79.

Martínez-Carricondo, P, Carvajal-Ramírez, F, Yero-Paneque, L and Agüera-Vega, F (2020) Combination of nadiral and oblique UAV photogrammetry and HBIM for the virtual reconstruction of cultural heritage. Case study of Cortijo del Fraile in Níjar, Almería (Spain). Building Research & Information, 48(02), 140–59.

  • Type: Journal Article
  • Keywords: UAV photogrammetry; HBIM; cultural heritage; virtual reconstruction; 3D modelling;
  • ISBN/ISSN: 0961-3218
  • URL: https://doi.org/10.1080/09613218.2019.1626213
  • Abstract:
    Historic Building Information Modelling (HBIM) is the most effective method of rebuilding virtual 3D models of heritage buildings, and constitutes a new information management system in the field of cultural heritage interventions. In this study, photogrammetry based on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV photogrammetry) was applied as an alternative to Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) for the development of HBIM for historical buildings in a ruinous state, analysing as a case study the Cortijo del Fraile, in Níjar, Almería (Spain). Based on the analysis of the historical information of the building, a photogrammetric survey was carried out with UAV by means of a combination of nadiral and oblique photographs. In this way, a precise characterization of the object was obtained, avoiding the grey areas that are characteristic of TLS. The generated 3D point cloud served as the basis for the virtual reconstruction of an HBIM model focused on both the exterior and interior. In order to ensure reasonable agreement between the parametric model and the ground truth, a validation procedure has been established that restricts the deviations between the two. Finally, a texturizing process is applied to the HBIM model to achieve a photorealistic finish for purposes of visualization, archiving, and recording.

Prieto, A J and Silva, A (2020) Service life prediction and environmental exposure conditions of timber claddings in South Chile. Building Research & Information, 48(02), 191–206.