Jasper Swann trained and practiced in England as a stonemason in the late 1980s, working on a wide variety of stone buildings dating from the 11th – 20th Centuries, before moving to Australia in 1991. He was the founder and Managing Director of Jasper Swann Stonemasonry Pty Ltd, establishing the business that same year. That company was known for its specialist expertise in conserving and restoring heritage buildings. During its 20 years of operation, the company carried out conservation and restoration works to numerous buildings of heritage significance in Australia. This experience gives Jasper Swann a thorough understanding of the practical issues that need to be considered in any stone conservation project.

Qualifications & Experience
Jasper Swann holds a BSc (Hons) Degree, a City & Guilds London Institute Craft Certificate in Stonemasonry, a Diploma in Lettercutting & Carving and a Masters Degree in Heritage Conservation. He is a former member of the NSW Heritage Council’s Technical Advisory Group and guest lecturer in the conservation of stonework in the Masters of Heritage Conservation Program at the University of Sydney. He is an Editorial Advisor and regular contributor of articles to the Australian Stone Advisory Association’s magazine Discovering Stone and a regular speaker at industry seminars.

Qualifications & Experience
With formal qualifications and a depth of experience in both stonemasonry and heritage conservation, he is the only independent masonry consultant in Australia to offer this unique combination of skills.
Today Jasper Swann works solely as a Masonry Consultant and Stone Projects Manager. He has a well-established reputation amongst conservation & heritage architects, building owners, public and private institutions, Commonwealth and State Government departments and other heritage professionals. He has recently been engaged as the Masonry Consultant in the conservation of the Sydney Town Hall, (2010-2016), at St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, the Old Melbourne Gaol, the Former Treasury Building Melbourne, former Melbourne Magistrates Court, and the Chief Secretary’s Building, Sydney, to name a few.

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