Site Consultation, Rigging & Installation
2.9.0 Constantino Nivola, 1962, Morse College, Yale University. Installing the large sculpture by crane.
2.9.1 Constantino Nivola, 1962, Morse College, Yale University. Site specific sculpture in Eero Saarinen architecture.
2.9.2 Panthers, Christian Petersen, 1920, Iowa State University, Ames. Designing display with director of University Museums.
2.9.3 Panthers, Christian Petersen, 1920, Iowa State University, Ames. Rigged sculpture set by crane.
2.9.4 Panthers, Christian Petersen, ca. 1920, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Setting the bronze with new anchors.
2.9.5 Panthers, Christian Petersen, 1920, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames. Panthers in new setting.
188.8.131.52 Setting historic Connecticut Valley Sandstone obelisk, Old North Centery, Hartford, CT.
2.8.23 Rev. Chauncey Crypt, 1756, CT Valley Sandstone, Old Buying Ground, Durham, CT. View after stabilization.
2.9.6 Childs Marker, 1811, Olde Burying Ground (1690), Lexington, MA. Resetting slate marker.
2.9.7 Soldier, 1867, Civil War Monument, Deerfield, MA. Stabilizing sandstone carving.
2.9.8 Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Moffit & Doyle, 1887, New Haven, CT. Lifting Prosperity to monument.
2.9.9 Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Moffit & Doyle, 1887, New Haven, CT. Lifting relief by crane.
2.9.10 Moffit & Doyle, 1887, Soldiers & Sailors Monument, New Haven, CT. Nine sculptures installed to tower.
2.9.11 United Spanish War Veterans Memorial, 1933, CT VA Hospital. Assembly of terra cotta monument.
2.9.12 United Spanish War Veterans Memorial, 1933, CT VA Hospital. Overview of terra cotta monument after treatment
2.9.13 Neighbors, Kreis, -WPA-1937, Stamford, CT. Removal of Tennessee Limestone.
2.9.14 Neighbors, Kreis, -WPA-1937, Stamford, CT. Overview in new location.
2.9.15 Calvary Scene, Italian, Sacred Heart, Hamden, CT. Resetting of limestone base and stairs.
2.9.16 Calvary Scene, Italian, Sacred Heart, Hamden, CT. Installation of marble sculptures.
2.9.17 Reclining Nudes, Christian Petersen, 1936, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames. Overview of terra cotta relief installation.
2.9.18 Reclining Nudes, Christian Petersen, 1936, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames. Overview of the terra cotta relief sculpture.
2.9.19 ST. Thomas More Chapel, Yale, Steeple Sculptures. Setting aluminum angel.
2.9.20 ST. Thomas More Chapel, Yale, Steeple Sculptures. Aluminum angels after installation.
Change of ownership, reuse and redesign of display locations, physical degradation of anchoring materials and other conservation treatment often requires the removal and reinstallation of sculpture and objects. Redesigning or selecting a new site should promote the object’s safety and longevity.
Site consultation evaluates how the object will be affected by the proposed location’s environmental conditions and the optimal positioning of the object within the desired setting. UV light exposure, potential humidity/water contact, the influence of trees and shrubs, ambient temperatures, freeze-thaw rates, base contact interface, public interaction, animal exposure/access, grounds maintenance, and other factors are taken into consideration. Once a new location is chosen, the object should be oriented to maximize desired natural lighting or artificial lighting designed for aesthetic and physical compatibility.
Installing objects typically requires the design and implementation of new anchoring systems. Successful anchoring systems ensure stability, compatibility with the historic materials and retreatability. Collaboration with architects, structural engineers and rigging firms ensures appropriate structural design, safe lifting, and installation for large-scale objects.
Conserve ART Installation & Site Consultation Services:
- Site Review
- Evaluation of Public Interaction
- Design and Location
- Structural Design
- Engineering Consultation
- Architectural Consultation
- Anchor Systems