Cooperation with CSC Conservation Science Consulting, Fribourg

The Collegiate church in Neuchâtel with its yellow Pierre jaune - the stone that characterises the city of Neuchâtel

The Collegiate church in Neuchâtel with its yellow "Pierre jaune". This is the stone that characterises the city of Neuchâtel.

From 2008 to August 2010 I worked for CSC Conservation Science Consulting in Fribourg (CH), which is run by Christine Bläuer and Bénédicte Rousset.

We undertook several exciting projects together, for example mapping the building stones – the Pierre jaune – of the Collegiate church in Neuchâtel. As I decided to establish my own company, we agreed to continue cooperation on a project basis. This  means that I have access to a good laboratory for scientific analyses of stone, mortar and paint.

Please visit the CSC website!

About Per Storemyr

I work with the archaeology of old stone quarries, monuments and rock art. And try to figure out how they can be preserved. For us - and those after us. For the joy of old stone!
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