Can someone with skills do it... sure.
In addition to knowing what parts you can buy to make the links, spring buckets, bracketry, et.al., here is a whole series of questions you'll need to know the answers to before you start.
Do you know all the components of a coil and link suspension?
Do you know what all the components do?
Do you know how to set up the front suspension angle to manage dive/anti-dive characteristics?
Do you want how to set up the rear suspension angle to manage squat/anti-squat characteristics?
Will you get premade components?
Then before you install anything, you're going to have to decide what type of link system you're going to use, measure, use suspension angle design tools, mock up and test fitment, then finally install.
I thought about the conversion when I did my frame up rebuild 4 years ago but decided the simplicity of the leaf springs was not outweighed by any suspension performance improvement I'd get.
I have some suspension basics in the article in my signature block. It won't tell you how to build one but it will illustrate the differences between leaf and coil plus the various common coil and link setups.
Vibration? Bump steer? Wandering? Read the article (sticky) on Steering, suspension, and driveline.