A CONDITION REPORT IS PART OF GOOD CONSERVATION PRACTICE
A condition report is a document for you to keep after conservation works have been carried out. It should be a clear record which outlines the method, thinking, and any analysis and research that has been carried out as part of works on the object. A condition report should also include advice on how the object should be maintained going forward.
A condition report often includes a condition assessment which may have been done separately, or as part of the current works.
The aim with our reports is to give clients a useful document that records the input of all parties involved in preserving the bronze. We will always provide a condition report but how extensive you’d like it to be is up to you and something we will discuss during our first meeting.
LUCY BRANCH MA ACR UNDERTAKING A CONDITION ASSESSMENT FOR HISTORIC ROYAL PALACES