Dendup Tshewang has been working in the field of conservation under the Division for Conservation of Heritage Sites since 2015. He has studied civil engineering at the National Institute of Technology, India. With a civil engineering background, he provides a structural assessment of the heritage buildings and accordingly prepares damage assessment and renovation proposals. He also provides technical backstopping to the conservation works of heritage structures across Bhutan. He has undergone various training in the field of seismic risk and conservation of heritage buildings/sites in India, Iran, Mali, France, and Vietnam. These trainings have broadened his knowledge in the field of conservation works. Currently, he provides technical assistance and guidance for the Rigsum Goenpa Restoration project, and also, he is the focal person of the Department for the National Land Commission.