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Conservation Science Division

The Canadian Conservation Institute’s (CCI) Conservation Science Division carries out projects aimed at broadening the understanding of the composition, aging and deterioration of heritage materials; develops improved techniques for conservation treatments; and provides advice on the choice of conservation materials based on testing and research. It also provides scientific services, such as object and material analysis and on-site scientific services.

Preservation Services Division

CCI's Preservation Services Division provides preventive conservation advice and services to heritage professionals and institutions. Applied research and modelling is used to develop preservation strategies, guidelines and tools. Services provided include risk and facilities assessments, as well as technical support to other federal government programs such as the Canada Travelling Exhibitions Indemnification Program and the Movable Cultural Property Program.

Treatments and Collections Division – Fine Arts, Furniture and Heritage Interiors

CCI's Treatments and Collections Division – Fine Arts, Furniture and Heritage Interiors develops and carries out conservation treatments on furniture and fine arts objects as well as provides advice and support for heritage interiors (particularly those managed by the Department of Public Works and Government Services Canada Parliamentary Precinct). Conservators also provide expert advice for the care and conservation of objects and collections through on-site conservation services.

  • Wendy Baker, Senior Conservator, Fine Arts
  • Nancy Binnie, Senior Conservation Scientist, Heritage Interiors
  • James Bourdeau, Director, Research, Conservation and Scientific Services
  • Amanda Salmon, Conservator, Furniture
  • John Ward, Preservation Development Advisor, Heritage Interiors

Treatments and Collections Division – Textiles, Archaeology, Objects and Paper

CCI's Treatments and Collections Division – Textiles, Archaeology, Objects and Paper develops and carries out conservation treatments on textiles, ethnographic objects and paper, and provides archaeological conservation services. Conservators also provide expert advice for the care and conservation of objects and collections through on-site conservation services.

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