Anthony Clarke, a director based in Curtins’ Liverpool office, is one of only a small number of engineers nationwide to be recognised by ICE and IStructE as a Conservation Accredited Engineer.
The Conservation Accreditation Register for Engineers (CARE) identifies civil and structural engineers skilled in the conservation of historic structures and sites.
Anthony followed a rigorous approval procedure to confirm an appreciation of disciplines and interests extending well beyond his professional training as an engineer.
CARE is recognised by English Heritage, Cadw in Wales, Historic Scotland, NIEA (Northern Ireland) and relevant professional bodies.
Anthony has undertaken a number of high profile Conservation projects including John Rylands Library, Manchester, Tate Gallery Liverpool and the Skyways aircraft hanger conversion at Liverpool, all of which were included in his CARE submission.
For more information on CARE contact Anthony on firstname.lastname@example.org