Assistant Preventive Conservation Advisor, Heritage Interiors Conservation Division
Main areas of work and/or specializations
- advisory services to Canadian and Canadian governmental built heritage projects
- major capital rehabilitation projects
- architectural finishes and architectural paint research (AFR/APR)
Mikaela Marchuk has a Master of Art Conservation (Artifacts) from Queen’s University. As part of her conservation studies, she completed internships at Parks Canada and the Royal Alberta Museum. From 2018–2020, Mikaela was the first postgraduate intern in the Heritage Interiors Conservation Division at the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI). She then joined the Heritage Conservation Services Division of the department of Public Services and Procurement Canada, where she worked with federal built heritage assets.
Mikaela became an assistant preventive conservation advisor at CCI in 2021. She works with heritage buildings, their associated assets and surrounding environments. Her ongoing research interests include finding efficiencies in the large-scale inventory and conservation assessment of heritage assets associated with built heritage projects, as well as AFR/APR.
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