Restoration of historic buildings

Historic preservation is a principal method for prolonging the integrity of monumental structures and protecting the national heritage for future generations. The entire process involves a cooperation of professionals experienced in the conservation of exterior and interior historic architecture such as archaeologists, architects, artists, landscape architects, engineers, and other experts. Specifically, my essential responsibility is managing and coordinating the entire physical preservation process across all stages. The preservation research combines an initial designation of historic sites, historical surveying and merits, a precise technical documentation, and on-site supervising. Precise technical projects of public, commercial and residential buildings contain written and photographic documents, detailed layouts, views, sections, and up-to-date specifications of principles, materials, and techniques. The entire psychical preservation covers all actions such as stabilization, rehabilitation, restoration, revitalization, and reconstruction.