- Conservation Assessment project for the St. Roch, National Historic Site.
- Treatment of the Jasper Raven totem pole for Parks Canada before being returned to its original home in Masset, Haida Gwaii, BC.
- Totem poles on exhibit at Canada Place were treated for the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre prior to the Olympics in 2010.
- Treatment of the first totem pole carved by Robert Davidson with his brother Reg Davidson in Masset, Haida Gwaii. The project was carried out for the 40th anniversary of the pole in 2009.
- Treatment projects BC Museum of Mining, specializing in industrial artifact conservation.
- Transportation equipment assessments for Canadian Museum of Rail Travel, Cranbrook, BC.
- Research and presentation of Totem Pole Preservation Workshops,
- Haida Gwaii, Skidegate, March 2008,
- Alert Bay, BC, October 2009.
- Kitselas Canyon National Historic Site, October 2010.
Workshops were sponsored by Parks Canada and the Canadian Conservation Institute.
On-going projects are underway for historic sites, museums and parks.