Alan Stacey is a materials conservation specialist, trained in both an indentured five year apprenticeship as well as at Salisbury College, England. Alan achieved distinction in his City & Guilds diploma. (1983) Since this time Alan has worked in the conservation field in England, working with such collections as the 19th century ships models collections for the National Martine Museum, Greenwich, London, as well as 18th and 19th century tortoiseshell and ivory works of art and fine antique furniture collections in London. Alan was schooled in the conservation approach to the care and maintenance of artifacts, including historic buildings. Alan’s knowledge base includes traditional joinery and building techniques as well as traditional historic finish conservation/restoration He is a long standing member of The British Antique Restorers Association serving as a member of the Board of Directors for a number of years.
Historic Materials Conservation
Canadian Association of Conservators
Project Management Institute
Association for Preservation Technology
Architectural Conservancy of Ontario