ACS has been working in surveys, inventories, investigation and practical monument and object preservation for more than 10 years with a team of ambitious conservators, archaeologists, art historians, geologists and engineers.
ACS has its own laboratory for rock engineering and historical material investigations and offices in Göttingen and Berlin/Germany.
ACS works worldwide and has conducted surveys and studies and educational campaigns, trainings and workshops in applied conservation in different countries.
In the following projects you will find examples of our work:
Survey, investigation, ultrasonic velocity measurements, damage mapping, and preventive conservation planning of the `Grotto of Pluto´of the UNESCO-World Heritage Site Wilhelmshöhe in Kassel /Germany
Training course on „Post-Conflict Recovery of Cultural Heritage“ for TU-Berlin in cooperation with GJU Amman, Lebanese University Beirut and Archaeological Heritage Network in Beirut, Byblos and Baalbek / Lebanon.
Training course on „Post-Conflict Recovery of Cultural Heritage“ for TU-Berlin in cooperation with GJU Amman, Lebanese University Beirut and Archaeological Heritage Network in Amman / Jordan.
2019 - 2020
Ultrasonic survey and investigation of the early Buddhist sculptures from the collection of the Museum of Asian Art in Berlin.
2019 - 2020
Survey, investigation, damage mapping, 3D-modeling and restoration planning of the `Small Cascade´of the UNESCO site Wilhelmsthal in Calden /Germany. We will present our work at the conference attached.
Comparative studies of the rock architecture of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Nasch-e Rostam in Iran.
Research focusing on wall paintings from the Aurel Stein Collection at the National Museum New Delhi / India.
Survey, investigation and restoration of Hindu historical sites in West Bengal.
2017 - 2020
Performing monitoring of environ-mental agents and preventative measures. Examination, inventory condition reporting and treatment of objects for their future exhibition at Humboldt Forum Berlin / Germany
Realisation of a comprehensive care and maintenance programme for the sustainable preservation of the outstanding marble sculptures of the 19th.century in the historic centre of Berlin, Germany.
Investigations, conservation and restoration on Buddhist wall paintings in the Tsatsapuri temple complex in Alchi (Ladakh/ India). Carried out under the direction of the Tibet Heritage Fund (THF).