Environmental Analysis includes taking various measurements (temperature, relative humidity, and visible light), examining the structure of an exhibition or storage space, and more -- all of which inform recommendations made towards protecting commercial, private and museum collections from climate-related damage.
Collections Care & Preventive Conservation include integrated pest management, designs and recommendations for display, storage, and transit of objects, calculation of appropriate annual light exposure for objects, and condition reporting.
Paintings Conservation includes UV, microscopic, and visible light examination of paintings, photography, condition assessments, proposals for treatment, and treatment of paintings. Treatment can include anything from dry surface cleanings and removal of coatings to paint consolidation and structural care like reweaving torn threads or repairing stretchers.
Disaster Mitigation includes consultations (condition assessments, recommendations for stabilization and for limiting damage from mold, mildew, flood, fire, earthquake, etc.,) triage, and treatment.
Workshops & Courses include in-person and online instruction focused on various aspects and implementations of preventive conservation. Workshops are designed to assist institutions (museums, galleries, historic homes, etc.) and individuals (artists, preparators, etc.) with preventive conservation techniques. For example, one upcoming workshop teaches attendees how to design and execute different types of backing boards for stretched paintings.