Alfonso is a founding principal of Aeon. He is an architectural conservator with over thirty years’ experience in the survey and analysis of existing buildings, materials and components; the application of high technology for documentation and non-destructive evaluation; and the development of conservation treatments for buildings, sculpture & monuments.
His areas of interest lie in the application of technology and its use in preservation.
Lane is a founding principal of Aeon. She is an architectural conservator with over twenty years’ experience. Her practice involves historic and material research; condition surveys; draft contract documents; construction administration of restoration projects; and directing quality assurance and quality control on major projects.
She is passionate about hands on implementation projects and her current research and interests are in salt damage to masonry surfaces and the use of technology in non-destructive testing. Before starting Aeon, Lane worked for ten years as a Senior Conservator with John Milner Associates in the Preservation Technology Group. Prior to that she worked as a conservator in New York at ICR.
She is a Professional Associate member of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC) that governs architectural conservators.
Lane M. Burritt
Walker is an Historic Preservation Specialist at Aeon Preservation Services. His first major project with Aeon was to monitor a four-month long program in electrochemical chloride extraction on four 18th Century cannons being conserved in Aeon’s shop.
After proving to us that he was serious about exploring conservation as a field, Aeon sponsored Walker for the 7-month masonry conservation program presented by RESTORE in NYC.
Since then Walker has taken a leading role in environmental monitoring and preservation quality control for the Turner Smoot Joint Venture project to restore the US Capitol Dome and is currently serving as Aeon’s project manager for the conservation of the c.1848 marble Mexican Monument at the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. He has been involved in many of Aeon’s more recent projects including masonry cleaning of the Federal Trade Commission.
Daniel Holcombe is a Historic Preservation Specialist at Aeon Preservation Services. After obtaining his bachelor degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Mary Washington, Daniel has focused on developing hands-on preservation skills in the restoration of historic masonry and project management.
Before joining Aeon’s team, Daniel’s experience includes coordinated and lead a wide range of projects at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington, DC. Daniel aims to continue to his work preserving historic buildings and monuments. He also serves at Aeon’s Safety Officer.