AHS have recently developed the Heritage Management Plan for Archerfield Airport, a 257-hectare site which has played an important part in Brisbane’s rich aviation history.
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Identifying talented graduates and developing their skills through mentorship and ‘on the job’ training is a key element of AHS’s strategy for recruitment and business growth.
AHS recently completed a Conservation Management Plan for Thornclyffe at Kangaroo Point, assisting Kenlynn Property Group’s development of the Thornclyffe Residences tower.
The Old Museum Building is a jewel in Brisbane’s architectural crown. AHS is proud to contribute to the ongoing conservation of this Queensland heritage icon.
AHS has played a vital role in the revitalisation of Naldham House as our client Dexus transforms this Brisbane CBD landmark, formerly the Brisbane Polo Club, into an events venue.
This project for Bundaberg Regional Council demonstrated that a humble-looking structure in a remote location can be as evocative as our more ‘high-profile’ sites.
This former Brisbane boot factory will be adaptively re-used and incorporated into an innovative residential development, with a tower cantilevered over the heritage-listed building.
The industry-leading technical expertise of Australian Heritage Specialists (AHS) Managing Director Benjamin Gall and Senior Advisor Ann Wallin was recently called upon at a Federal Parliament hearing in Canberra.
Our expertise in Indigenous Cultural Heritage matters and existing relationships with the Danggan Balun (Five Rivers) People helped AHS deliver within this project’s extremely tight deadline.
Not many Brisbane locals have heard of the Walter Hill Fountain, but this Victorian era public monument is a significant feature within Brisbane and Queensland’s history.