RLA Conservation

RLA Conservation

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Rosa Lowinger & Associates is a full-service conservation firm, specializing in the preservation of sculpture, architectural elements, three-dimensional artwork and contemporary art. Established in Los Angeles, CA in 2006 and in Miami, FL in 2008, Rosa Lowinger & Associates (RLA) is considered a national leader in preservation and conservation of art in the public sector. A woman and Hispanic-owned self-designated disadvantaged small business capable of handling projects that range in size from small individual object treatments to multi-year, multi-million dollar projects, we are an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in hiring.

RLA’s team brings a wide range of training, expertise, and experience to a full spectrum of site, bench, and consultation projects. Our conservator-project managers hold masters degrees in conservation of built heritage. We maintain up-to-date knowledge on current techniques and treatments in the field and regularly present papers at professional conferences. In addition to our core staff of trained conservators and technicians, we have longstanding collaborative relationships with subcontractors in related fields. These include materials scientists, preservation architects, structural engineers, metallurgists, metalworking specialists, stone carvers, and a range of colleagues at the nation’s top conservation research institutions. We are recognized nationally for developing and implementing the highest-level innovative solutions to complex conservation problems and our unique ability to communicate this information to our clients verbally and in print.

We are dedicated to upholding the Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice of the American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC), the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, and other applicable international charters.