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 The Dongling Tomb in Shenyang is the burial place of Nurhachi, the first Manchu emperor.  We specified repairs for a project funded by the World Bank and assisted its successful inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List

                                        Dongling Imperial Tomb, Shenyang, Gate

Timber bridge near Fushun , Liaoning province, China

This old house at Gnishik, Amenia, now used as an animal shelter, has a timber domed roof constructed by the ancient hazarashen technique

  The Great Wall of China , as the world’s largest ancient monument, requires a range of management strategies, including conservation and visitor access

 The impressive earthworks of the Han Yuan Hall, Xi'an , (A.D. 634) have since been concealed by fake terracing, against our advice

 The remains of the Buddhist temple at Rupban Mura, one of the Lalmai-Mainamati group of monuments, have been conserved using our recommended conservation techniques

We prepared proposals for the conservation of the Shalamar Gardens , Lahore , built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan in 1642, which are now being implemented with the support of UNESCO

 Wat Phu is a Khmer city and temple that predates Angkor, included in our original draft of the tentative list of World Heritage sites for Laos

  Some of our clients and project funders

                                    

Last modified: November 30, 2007