• Study, analysis and diagnosis of pathologies.
  • Comprehensive conservation treatments.
  • Technical consulting and project management.
  • Preventive conservation analysis and design.
  • Consulting on ethical guidelines in conservation and restoration treatment.
  • This category includes:
    • Mural paintings
    • Easel paintings and panel paintings
    • Sculpture and ornaments
    • Gilt and polychromed objects
    • Other ethnographic and artistic objects: ceramic, glass, mosaic, metal, bone, ivory, etc. Historic furniture
    • Artworks and documents on paper: prints, drawings, maps, poster, written documents, printed documents, etc.
    • Textiles: religious garments, folkloric garments, tapestries, flags, penchants, etc.
    • Conservation and restoration of contemporary art


  • Preliminary studies: historic studies, cross-sectional analysis, analysis of materials and techniques, analysis of material pathologies, structural analysis, etc.
  • Technical consulting and support: project planning and management.
  • Economic, social and technical sustainable planning.
  • Cataloguing of heritage property and sites.
  • Special conservation planning.
  • This category includes:
    • Monuments
    • Historical sites
    • Rural heritage
    • Landscapes
    • Urban heritage
    • industrial buildings
    • Archaeological sites
    • Military buildings
    • Folkloric buildings
    • Historic gardens


Heritage and development cooperation
• Sustainable heritage management as a social development tool.
Underwater archaeological heritage
• Conservation projects of underwater archaeological heritage.
Immaterial heritage
• Projects for the valuation and dissemination of immaterial cultural heritage.
Museological projects
• Design of exhibition rooms and sites.
Cartographic and Geographic Information Systems (CARTOSIG)
• Geographic Information Systems (SIG). Virtual cataloguing of cultural heritage and tourism in geo-referencing databases. Local management using SIG. Incorporating heritage into a mapping database (IDE).
• Standard and custom cartography; Internet publishing.


Historical and archaeological studies
• Historical and archaeological studies for cultural heritage conservation.
Dating and valuation of artworks
• Dating of artworks.


Physical and chemical and environmental analysis of artworks
• Physical and chemical study of artworks´ materials by modern analysis techniques: optical microscopy with image analysis system, gas chromatography with mass spectrometer and pyrolysis system, High-performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), UV-Vis spectrophotometry, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), FTIR pyrolisis; SEM/EDX, Cryo SEM/EDX and Atomic Force Microscope (SCME, UPV); XRD, XRF, GC-FID, IR microscopy (SCAI. UV. EG.); continuous monitoring systems and SO2, NOx, CO2 and O3 gas analysis.
• Measuring and monitoring atmospheric pollutants which affects on the artworks.
Stone materials analysis
• Diagnosis and characterization of stone materials.
• Evaluation and testing of new products and systems for stone materials conservation.
Biodeterioration study
• Biodeterioration study of cultural heritage: diagnosis, characterization and evaluation of pathologies.
Graphic and documentary recording
• Graphic documentation of cultural heritage conservation treatments using modern recording techniques: photographic, radiographic and reflectographic study and analysis.
Colorimetric analysis of artistic heritage
• Colorimetric analysis and study for artistic heritage conservation.
Colorimetric analysis of architectural heritage
• Preliminary studies and analysis of colour in historic buildings: definition of chromatic parameters and architectural typologies.
• Consulting services for the colour protection in the architectural heritage.
• Regulations and planning for colour preservation in historic urban environments.
Photogrammetric study
• Photogrammetry consulting for historic architectural heritage: digital mapping, topographic surveying, volumetric surveying, etc.
Non-destructive exam techniques
• Study, analysis and diagnosis of pathologies of the historic architectural heritage by means of non-destructive advanced exam techniques: endoscopic video system, thermographic camera and ground-penetrating radar (GPR).
Wood analysis in the architectural heritage
• Assessment of visible and hidden wood degradation.
• Microscopic wood identification.
• Dating of wooden objects by dendrochronological analysis.