Public art.

Public art preservation mitigates effects of weathering and pollution, addressing inherent weaknesses of both traditional and modern materials and balancing treating material deficiencies, public accessibility, and stakeholder needs. Gathering information on specific materials and fabrication methodologies, their significance within the artwork, and how artists view the issues of degradation, transience, and interactivity, is important for developing the best preservation and restoration strategies. 

We conduct comprehensive condition assessments, implement effective conservation treatments, and offer ongoing maintenance programs for any type of public art. Our conservators provide training and quality control for in-house treatments, and consultation services for collection development or the acquisition of artworks, their transport, removal, storage, mounting, and display.