Built Heritage

Built heritage restoration refers to all aspects of the man-made historic built environment, including structures made of stone, metal, brick, plaster and wood. Built heritage can include houses and hotels, museums, factories, places of worship, roads, railways, and bridges, as well as physical alterations of the landscape such as mining sites, stock routes, and gardens.

O’Sullivan Conservation can assist with a range of services in relation to built heritage, including paint and render investigations, repairs to historical features such as awnings and panels, condition assessments, cataloguing and accession numbering and conservation treatments.

O’Sullivan Conservation is experienced in the deinstallation of items of significant cultural or historical significance, such as honour boards and other fixtures and fittings, for storage and treatment while buildings are undergoing restoration works.

Have a question?

O'Sullivan Conservation we provide expert conservation and preservation services that maintain and sustain cultural heritage. If you have a question about a project, give us a call on 0419 380 065 or alternatively fill out the enquiry form and we will get back to you promptly.

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