The conservation of material recovered from archaeological excavations requires immediate treatment if the maximum archaeological information is to be recovered.
The conservation of archaeological sites is now a fully established discipline within the conservation profession with agreed international guidelines for approaches to the preservation of archaeological sites having been widely adopted.
The conservation of mosaics is a specific discipline.
The conservation and presentation of archaeological sites is intimately linked in that conservation treatment choice can help interpret the site for the visitor.
Our broad range of expertise and experience in the development and implementation of locally sustainable archaeological conservation projects has lead to our help being sort by archaeological projects from around the globe.
Project design and consultative proposals are tailored to the locally available resources and expertise.