Artefact and Sculpture Relocation

Drawing on over sixteen years’ professional experience, we are well positioned to provide our clients with a sensitive, conservation-based approach to artefact relocation of a vast array of three-dimensional artefacts and objects, including bronze, metal, and stone sculptures; honour boards and war relics such as field guns.

We offer bespoke artefact relocation solutions that recognise both the requirements of the artefact and the stringent Occupational Health and Safety standards required today.
Our relocations offer an ideal solution to issues or concerns regarding restricted access, security, tight timeframes, site restrictions, protection during transport, and working at height. We can also arrange suitable storage upon request.


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UNSW Sculpture Relocation

As part of the award-winning refurbishment of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Clancy Auditorium O’Sullivan Conservation was engaged to undertake the on-campus relocation of Parousia (1992) by Jock Clutterbuck.

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Rampage - Jim Mitchell - Sculpture Installation - LendLease Barangaroo

Jim Mitchell’s Rampage

Jim Mitchell’s 1984 sculpture Rampage was examined by O’Sullivan Conservation onsite at a storage facility to determine a scope for required treatment prior to install in an upper-level foyer of a Sydney office building.

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O’Sullivan Conservation acknowledges that we operate and function on the lands of the Darkinjung people.

We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.

We are proud partners of Reconciliation NSW and support reconciliation in our community.