2010 National Trust Heritage Awards
Conservation for Built Heritage: Highly Commended
A key element of the original planning for the Royal Botanic Gardens was the placement of classical statuory intended to uplift and educate the local populace.
Over the years the collection of marble and bronze statues had been gradually removed, damaged or deteriorated. ICS undertook a major project with the Gardens to document the condition, develop a restoration program and a maintenance plan which has been progressively implemented.
Some examples of the statuory collection include:
AWARD WINNING 2011 National Trust Heritage Awards Conservation for Built Heritage: Highly Commended The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most significant landmarks, and one of the most readily recognised symbols of Sydney. Officially opened in 1932, a distinctive feature of the Sydney Harbour Bridge's profile since this time has been the four painting and maintenance cranes. The original cranes,...
- AWARD WINNING - Short Project Description A fire at Central Station was the impetus for conservation restoration to this marvellous mid-century Melocco Brothers artwork. The impressive wrap-around wall relief depicts the history of transportation above travertine walling and a...