IFACS has been at the forefront of the conservation and restoration of historic buildings and fine arts and interiors since the late 1970's. We offer services that range from consultancy and historic surveys through full-scale restoration of large buildings in every state of repair.
We act as consultants to advise and assist with the conservation, preservation and restoration of historic properties and interiors, including assistance with grant writing and application.
We also specialize in the application of high quality decorative finishes to buildings of any age including new build. IFACS is uniquely well prepared to undertake interior projects in superior contemporary home and commercial settings regardless of size. We have completed many projects involving new works, ranging from large public mural projects to design and high-end decorating for private clients.
We approach every job, from the smallest private work to huge public works projects, with the skills and experience of the best artists and craftsmen in the world. Every member of an IFACS team is hand selected for their specific skills and training based on the unique requirements of a job.
Geoffrey Steward, our Chief Executive Officer, gives every project his personal attention. Mr. Steward’s experience covers thirty five years in the field of decoration and restoration throughout the world ranging from Buckingham Palace, England to Biltmore House, North Carolina. Since becoming based in the United States eighteen years ago, he has supervised many projects all over the United States.
Furthermore, in addition to each project being supervised by an experienced onsite project manager, Mr. Steward visits regularly in order to liaise with the client and our team to ensure a smooth and successful completion of every project. He is always available by phone or e-mail to personally address any queries.
All commissions are personally negotiated by Mr. Steward. Projects of any size or complexity are equally welcome: we are happy to consider any project ranging from a single room or mural all the way to the complete decoration of a fifty thousand square-foot residence.