Architectural Conservation, Heritage Conservation & Historic Preservation

Conservation Solutions offers condition assessments, documentation, materials testing, and treatment services for the preservation of an extraordinary range of cultural heritage, historic properties, and artistic works. Our main offices are located in Washington, DC and Ottawa, Canada with additional satellite locations throughout the US. 

Our conservators hold certification and recognition from:

• American Institute for Conservation (AIC)

• Canadian Association of Professional Conservators (CAPC)

• American Academy in Rome (AAR)

• Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP)

• International Council on Museums and Sites (ICOMOS), and

• International Council of Museums (ICOM)


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CSI on Clara Barton Apartment Project Which Receives 2016 GSA Design Award for Preservation

The Clara Barton Apartment and Office for Missing Soldiers is a time capsule of the office and home of the famed Civil War era nurse. Left untouched and forgotten for decades, the apartment was rediscovered in the 1980's by its current owner, the General Services Administration. After years of reasearch, the original walls, wall papers and finishes were meticulously preserved or replicated, lighting re-creating the original gas was created, and a comtemporary HVAC system was integrated into the space that was otherwise unchanged for a century. CSI provided QC and guidance on means and methods to perform various aspects of the work under Mill... [More]


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CSI to oversee restoration of Ottawa's National War Memorial

{01-15-2016] Conservation Solutions is part of the team to restore the 77 year landmark National War Memorial in Ottawa this spring in advance of their sesquicentennial celebrations in 2017. Please follow the link (right column) to an article in Ottawa Citizen for more details. [More]