Large scale projects in the heritage sector often involve removal or protection of objects within a structure. Those working nearby need to be aware of the risks to valuable items whilst work carries on nearby.
Often a conservator is needed for remedial work before (to protect) during to ensure safe practices and/or to carry out conservation in conjunction with other trades, or after the works are completed to conserve, put right and uncover protected artefacts.
Often, if the objectives of the project is agreed before commencement the project can work smoothly with less risk of damage and hence less cost. It is worthwhile having a conservator involved in the planning stage onwards.
We have experience of working with curators, architects, developers, archaeologists and display designers. We identify aims and agree objectives for projects.
We regularly work with engineers, craftsmen and other conservation specialists and build teams tailor-made to the needs of a project.
St Lawrence Church Before Project