Australia ICOMOS is saddened to hear of the passing of our New Zealand colleague Bruce Petry, who was known to many of our members. We offer our sincerest condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.
Some information about Bruce has been put together by Salmond Reed Architects Ltd and can be read here.
BOOK BEFORE 1 AUGUST to receive your early bird discount for The People’s Ground, the 2016 national conference of Australia ICOMOS and the National Trusts of Australia. Visit the website to see the amazing range of speakers confirmed so far, with experts travelling from as far as the UK, Indonesia, India, New Zealand and even Christmas Island. The program will include papers on intangible cultural heritage, cultural landscapes, Aboriginal heritage, sustainability, materials conservation, museums and tourism, with Saturday field trips and workshops at an exciting range of Melbourne locations, presented in partnership with Open House Melbourne and Australia ICOMOS National Scientific Committees.
For fabric fanatics, LIMITED PLACES are also available for our Satellite Event at Labassa and Rippon Lea Estate, exploring decorative finishing trades, techniques and conservation. This event, which will be held on 4-5 October, will give participants a chance to get their hands dirty, as well as see specialists plying their trades, from tiling to tuckpointing. And while we can’t give away too much yet, we have also just confirmed some special international experts! This once-in-a-lifetime will be presented by the National Trusts of Australia and Australia ICOMOS in partnership with APT International Australasian Chapter.
Those more inclined towards museums can also book a workshop with our international keynote speaker, Franklin Vagnone, who is revolutionising the way house museums are presented and interpreted in the United States and beyond.
More information can be found in this web update.
For enquiries please email the Conference Secretariat.
3. Two Phd Scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Applicants – Being On Country Off Country
Griffith University and Deakin University have co-released a call for Applications for 2 PhD scholarships for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants, with an application deadline of Monday 15 August 2016.
This project aims to understand contemporary Australian Aboriginal connections to ‘Country’.
This project, being led by Griffith University and Deakin University, is a joint partnership with the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation and their community, and the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation and their community, in partnership with and LaTrobe University. The scholarships require being based in Brisbane with Griffith University or in Geelong with Deakin University.
The Griffith University Call is formally listed here.
The Deakin University Call is formally listed here (located beneath the Science and Engineering heading).
Applicants are encouraged to contact Professor Darryl Low Choy at (07) 3735 4189 or email Professor Low Choy for a Griffith-based application, or Professor David Jones at (03) 5227 8763 or email Professor Jones for a Deakin-based application, before submitting an application.
‘HERITAGE NEAR ME’
Presentation by Christian Hampson
‘Heritage Near Me’ is a government initiative that will provide opportunities for the community to protect, share and celebrate heritage in NSW. In his presentation, Christian will outline the key delivery streams within the program including the Heritage Roadshow Team, Heritage Incentives and heritage outreach tools and the opportunities within the program.
Christian Hampson is the Manager of the Heritage Near Me (HNM) programme within the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. Christian has worked in heritage for over
20 years with extensive experience in Aboriginal heritage conservation. Christian’s family is Woiwurrung and Maneroo from the Yarra Valley and Snowy Mountains. He has had a passion for heritage since he first spent time with Elders as a child learning about and practicing his culture. Christian and his team are currently working on developing the HNM framework, with a focus on collaborative outcomes and solutions that are agile, responsive and innovative. HNM will invest in communities for long term benefits and local heritage legacies.
Time & Date: Thursday 21 July 2016, 5.30pm for 6pm start
Cost: members $10, non-members $15; payable at GML
Venue: GML Heritage Level 6, Australia Council Building, 372 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, 2010 (corner of Cooper Street – south from Central Station North Concourse exit to Elizabeth Street). Please report to the reception desk on the Australia Council Ground Floor on arrival to be ticked off on the list and to obtain a Visitors Pass
RSVP: by Monday 18 July via email to Tatiana Tauri – bookings are essential as places are limited
Download the ICOMOS DOCOMOMO AIA talk 21 July 2016 flyer.
Please note that the fax number (03) 9251 7158 is no longer active, as Deakin University (who hosts the Australia ICOMOS Secretariat) is seeking to minimise the number of active fax lines due to the significantly reduced usage of these across the University.
Australia ICOMOS is pleased to announce the inaugural President’s Award, which recognises the important contribution made by the active engagement of younger and/or early career professionals in the cultural heritage field. ICOMOS already acknowledges experienced heritage professionals with Honorary ICOMOS membership (both national and international).
The establishment of the President’s Award was initiated by Elizabeth Vines and Kerime Danis (immediate past President and current President, respectively), who have both personally pledged the cash prizes for the inaugural award. The Australia ICOMOS Executive Committee has endorsed its establishment and continuation as a dedicated Australia ICOMOS award, to encourage and support those early on in their career (and extending nominations to also include non-ICOMOS members, in order to widen recognition of those in the field). Candidates can either apply themselves or be proposed by others (with the approval of the candidate).
Note that the term ‘professional’ is taken to mean anyone who is engaged in a cultural heritage field (or is training to be engaged) as a qualified person.
There are two categories for the President’s Award:
- A student / young / early career heritage practitioner who has made an outstanding contribution to a heritage project; and
- A trainee / apprentice or early career tradesperson who has made an outstanding contribution to a heritage project.
For further information visit the President’s Award webpage and download the nomination form (click on links below).
- Australia ICOMOS President’s Award Nomination Form 2016 (PDF)
- Australia ICOMOS President’s Award Nomination Form 2016 (Word)
Closing date for receipt of nominations is 5pm, Monday 15 August 2016.
The Award will be formally presented during the joint National Trust and Australia ICOMOS People’s Ground Conference in Melbourne, 4-8 October 2016.
But did they wash behind their ears?
Preliminary findings from the 2016 Penitentiary Ablutions archaeological excavation
presented by Richard Tuffin and Dr David Roe
During early 2016, a team of archaeologists undertook a programme of excavation behind the Penitentiary at Port Arthur. From 1856–1877, the area was known as the Ablutions Block, housing the amenities blocks, exercise yards, shelter sheds and Day Room and is a vital key to understanding how Port Arthur’s most iconic structure operated as a place of incarceration. The archaeological excavation, part of a suite of ongoing conservation, interpretation and research works, was by far the largest ever carried out at the site and one of the largest research investigations of the convict-period undertaken in Australia. A team of seven professional archaeologists spent over four months on site, their findings already beginning to challenge existing views of how convicts and the authorities interacted with the space and with each other.
This presentation will share the early results of the excavation, showcasing some of the more fascinating finds. The advanced recording methods used to conduct the investigation will also be discussed, including the generation of highly detailed 3D representations of the site using photogrammetric techniques.
Richard Tuffin returns, having served an initial term as an archaeologist at Port Arthur, between 2001 and 2007. In an unintentional reversal of 19th century norms, Richard transported himself to Scotland, where he worked at the coal face of commercial archaeology. He gladly took up the offer of Penitentiary Project archaeologist in 2015. Dr David Roe is Archaeology Manager with the Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority and has been involved with archaeological management and research in the UK, Portugal, Russia, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Pitcairn Island and Australia.
When: Tuesday 19 July 2016 at 5.30pm
Where: The venue has now been changed to the Asylum, Port Arthur Historic Site. You can park at the Visitor Centre and walk across the Site, or if you need to park closer, parking adjacent to the Farm Overseer’s Cottage next to the Separate Prison.
For more information call (03) 6251 2324. (Note: Bring a torch for the walk back to your car)
Download the ‘But did they wash behind their ears?’ flier.
“INSIDE OUT | OUTSIDE IN” – THE URBAN AND REGIONAL LANDSCAPE
ACT and Region Annual Heritage Partnership Symposium 2016
The Symposium is convened by: Australia ICOMOS, Canberra Archaeological Society, Canberra & District Historical Society and National Trust of Australia (ACT)
Date: Saturday 23 July 2016
Venue: Mount Stromlo, Commonwealth Solar Observatory (CSO) Common Room
Cost: $75 non-members, $55 for members of host organisations, $30 concession
Download the ACT & Region Annual Heritage Partnership Symposium flyer.
Download the 2016_ACT_Heritage_Symposium_registration_form.
Please register by Wednesday 20 July.
9. digital cultural heritage: FUTURE VISIONS conference, Brisbane, 19-21 April 2017 – call for papers
Conference Announcement and Call for Papers
digital cultural heritage: FUTURE VISIONS
19-21 April 2017, Brisbane, Australia
Conference convenors: Dr Kelly Greenop and Dr Chris Landorf
Innovative new data collection and digital visualisations captures historic artefacts, places and practices faster, in greater detail and shared amongst a wider community than ever before. Creative virtual environments that provide interactive interpretations of place, archives enriched with digital film and audio recordings, histories augmented by crowdsourced data all have the potential to engage new audiences, engender alternative meanings and enhance current management practice. At a less tangible level, new technologies can contribute to debates about societal relationships with the historical past, contemporary present and possible futures, as well as drive questions about authenticity, integrity, authorship and the democratisation of heritage.
Yet for many, a gap still exists between these evolving technologies and their application in everyday heritage practice. This conference will focus on the emerging disciplines of digital cultural heritage and the established practice of heritage management, providing a platform for critical debate between those developing and applying innovative digital technology, and those seeking to integrated best practice into the preservation, presentation and sustainable management of cultural heritage.
Call for papers
This conference is designed to encourage critical debate across a wide range of heritage-related disciplines. We welcome papers from cultural heritage and tourism practitioners and academics, as well as architecture, anthropology, archaeology, geography, media studies, museum studies and other cultural heritage-related fields. We particularly encourage papers that explore the technical challenges of digitising tangible and intangible cultural heritage, those that identify issues with digitisation and digital interaction, and those that address the philosophical or theoretical challenges posed by digital cultural heritage.
Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be submitted via the online form by 25 July 2016.
Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit full papers (5000 words max.) for publication in the peer reviewed conference proceedings. Accepted papers will be published after the conference.
For more information, download the digital cultural heritage – call for papers.
If you have any difficulties accessing the online submission form or any other queries, please contact Brit Winnen by email.
Deakin University’s next Cultural Heritage Seminar Series will be a presentation by Fara Azmat, Emma Winston, Ahmed Ferdous and Ruth Rentschler (Deakin University), on “How museums create value as a means of sustainable development”.
The purpose of the study is to explore in a deep, rich study how stakeholders of the Islamic Museum of Australia (IMA) create value through the work that is conducted at the museum. The IMA is used as a case study for exploring the role of its arts based initiatives (ABIs) as a source of value creation for sustainable development (SD) and how the value created is retained. Drawing on the standpoints of multiple stakeholders and methods—focus groups, interviews, forums and documentary evidence—our findings highlight the need for using ABIs as a ‘soft’ and ‘non-threatening’ tool to promote SD and facilitate social inclusion with the more important goal of retaining value over time. The challenges of SD have intensified following the increasing rise of terrorism, with its catastrophic effects posing threats for security and social inclusion. As Islam is being increasingly associated with terrorism, fear of Islam has increased polarisation in regard to Muslim and non-Muslim integration in secular societies, including Australia. Given this background, the results of the report have important policy implications for policy makers, communities, individuals and the IMA.
Dr Fara Azmat is a Senior Lecturer in Department of Management at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. Her areas of research interest are: social inclusion, corporate social responsibility in developing countries, women and migrant entrepreneurship, and sustainable development. She has published her work in highly ranked peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Australian Journal of Management, European Management Journal, International Journal of Public administration, Contemporary South Asia, Thunderbird International Business Review, Social Responsibility Journal, and International Review of Administrative Sciences.
Dr. Ahmed Ferdous is a Lecturer of Marketing in the Department of Marketing, Deakin University, Australia. His key research interest is in the area of internal marketing and transformative business practices. He has published in several journals including Journal of Business Research, Journal of Marketing Management, Strategic Marketing, Transfusion, The Marketing Review, Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Journal of International Consumer Marketing and Corporate Communications: An International Journal.
Ms. Emma Winston will be working with us on this project as part of her honours year of study. She has worked for two years with Ruth Rentschler at Deakin University as a research assistant. Her interest is in diversity and the arts. She has also worked with Multicultural Arts Victoria and has developed a marketing plan for the Duldig Studio, museum and sculpture garden.
Professor Ruth Rentschler is the Associate Dean Research Education, University of South Australia and undertakes work is on diversity, equity and participation in governance, management and marketing settings in arts and cultural organisations. Her work is published in international journals and books such as Arts Governance: People Passion Performance (Routledge 2015). She was awarded the OAM for services to education, to the arts and to the community. She has received numerous other awards for best papers, outstanding doctoral student supervision, research excellence and service excellence. Ruth has partnered with many organisations in conducting her research and industry projects, eg. Arts Queensland, Creative Victoria.
Date: Tuesday 26 July 2016
Venue: Theatre Room, Deakin University Melbourne City Centre, 3/550 Bourke Street, Melbourne
11. PAST MATTERS – Ourimbah Indigenous Heritage & Rock Art Workshop II, University of Newcastle, 22 July
The Hunter (Living) History Initiative has organised a one-day workshop on Rock Art and Indigenous heritage of the Central Coast region.
After our last PAST MATTERS workshop we were approached by a University of Newcastle post graduate student suggesting that a similar workshop be held at the Ourimbah campus – this workshop will have a technical/conservation focus.
WHEN: Friday 22 July, 9am-4pm
WHERE: University of Newcastle’s Ourimbah Campus, Room LT102
For more information and bookings/RSVP, click here.
A Symposium to mark the 200th anniversary of the Rum Hospital
On the 200th anniversary of the opening of Governor Macquarie’s General ‘Rum’ Hospital for convicts, we invite you to discover the compelling history of the oldest surviving public buildings in central Sydney.
From its origins serving convict patients to its many adaptations as the Sydney Dispensary and Infirmary, Sydney Hospital, the Sydney branch of the Royal Mint and NSW Parliament House, the site of the Rum Hospital, its new building and those that remain, are interwoven with some of the most important events in New South Wales history.
A Future for the Past, to be held in what was originally the south wing of the hospital, explores this compelling two century story – from the management of health in the early colony, the later functions of its original buildings and the wider history of Macquarie Street; through to the award-winning rejuvenation of The Mint and the future promise of this significant site.
When: Saturday 30 July, 9:30am–5.00pm
Where: The Gold Melting Room, The Mint, 10 Macquarie St, Sydney
Price: $125 General | $100 Concession/Member | $100 Select Associations | $100 Registered Architects | $75 full-time Student
Admission price includes: lunch, refreshments and a complimentary copy of the book The Mint Project (RRP $65)
For more information about this symposium, click here.
The APT Australasia Chapter has responded to the increased demand for participation at the annual Longford Academy with a new APT Longford Academy Spring Program to be held at Woolmers and Brickendon Estates, Tasmania, in late August 2016. This will comprise three activities (click on the links to view more information).
- LA Spring Masterclass for Wood Practitioners: 22-26 August 2016
- Traditional Wood Carpentry and Joinery Repair Workshop: 26 August 2016
- LA Spring Refresher: 22-26 August 2016
More information is available at the APT Australasia website.
US/ICOMOS and the Arctic Institute are co-planning two side events at the forthcoming 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – UNFCCC (COP22), 7-18 November 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco.
The two planned side events are on the following themes – click on the links to read the concept notes:
- The World Heritage of Water: Traditional Knowledge & Contemporary Applications in a Rapidly Changing Climate
- Heritage and Climate Mobility
Together, US/ICOMOS, the International National Trusts Organization (INTO) and the Arctic Institute are looking for partners to help organize the event.
The event is scheduled to take place from 7-18 November 2016 in Marrakech, Morocco. During COP22, parties will, among other things, begin preparations for entry into force of the Paris Agreement. Our proposed session will focus on the intersection of culture, heritage, and climate mobility. It aims to present the multiplicity of ways in which cultural heritage intersects with climate mobility. A full concept note can be found both at the end of this email and attached.
Two types of participation from partners are possible. The first would include providing a speaker. The speaker would need to be able to present in Marrakech. Unfortunately, we cannot provide travel. The second possibility is serving as a promotional sponsor. Promotional sponsors endorse the event in exchange for being listed as a sponsor and agree to promote the event through the organization’s customary means.
While we cannot guarantee funding, the event is currently in a voting contest in MIT’s ClimateCoLab. If awarded first or second place, we will received $10,000 that can be used for travel stipends to COP22. Please take the time to vote for the proposal at this link.
If you are interested in partnering with US/ICOMOS, INTO and the Arctic Institute, being a speaker, or providing financial sponsorship of the event please contact Victoria Herrmann by email and Andrew Potts by email by Wednesday 20 July.
15. “Destruction and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage” Summer School, Heidelberg University, 16-23 September 2016
The destruction of Cultural Heritage worldwide is a topic that receives growing attention: Cultural Heritage is threatened in armed conflicts, through climate change and environmental influences, and through neglect. The Summer School 2016 aims at covering these topics by assembling a wide range of scholars and experts to discuss the dangers faced by Cultural Heritage as well as methods to preserve and reconstruct it. What can be done to efficiently and professionally protect Cultural Heritage? What dangers does it face? Which actors have to be involved? Is the systematic destruction of Cultural Heritage a rather new phenomenon or has it been practiced throughout human history? What can be done to prevent such destructions?
Application deadline: 20 July 2016
For more information, click here.
The ITCILO (part of the UN system and training arm of International Labour Organisation) is launching a call for applications for the Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development, which will take place from 17 October 2016 to 13 October 2017.
The Master is designed by the University of Torino, the Politecnico di Torino and the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO), in collaboration with UNESCO and ICCROM.
The Programme provides a solid foundation in a variety of cultural economics topics and the value chain of cultural and natural sites. It explores in detail the economic, social, institutional and legal considerations that govern the diverse categories of UNESCO designated World Heritage Sites. The Programme also puts emphasis on strategic management competencies for the preservation and promotion of these sites as well as on monitoring the efficacy and adequacy of site management plans and associated cultural projects.
The Master will take place from 17 October 2016 to 13 October 2017 and is divided into three major learning cycles:
- The first cycle will be conducted through a distance learning component that will start on 17 October 2016 and will end on 18 December 2016.
- The second cycle, from 24 January 2017 to 18 May 2017, is a face-to-face learning period that will be held in Turin, Italy, at the International Training Centre of the ILO. Class attendance is compulsory for the entire period.
- The third cycle, from 25 May 2017 to 13 October 2017, will be a research and study period during which the students are expected to finalize their final project.
The extended deadline for applications is 20 August 2016.
17. “Creative Society: Ideas, Problems, and Concepts” conference, Florence, 13-14 March 2017 – call for papers
“Creative Society: Ideas, Problems, and Concepts” conference
13-14 March 2017
The Fondazione Romualdo Del Bianco with its International Institute Life Beyond Tourism and the Faculty of Creative Industries of the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University of Lithuania, are promoting the International conference “Creative Society: Ideas, Problems, and Concepts” to be held in Florence on 13-14 March 2017.
The aim of the conference is to analyse the phenomena, mechanisms and tendencies of creative society; its concepts, processes, connections, structure and laws along with its tendencies, models and problems in the perspective of mass communication theory; the influence of media phenomena on development of the creative society and a creative individual.
Abstract deadline is 15 October 2016.
The Heritage Council of NSW is seeking applications for membership to various committees, listed below. The Committees advise the Heritage Council of NSW on matters relating to the effective management and promotion of NSW’s heritage.
The role of the Committees is to provide high level specialist expertise and advice to the Heritage Council to assist with informed decisions and statutory requirements on heritage matters.
- State Heritage Register Committee
- Approvals Committee
- Heritage Committee
- Technical Conservation Committee
- Grants Committee
Applications close 20 July 2016 (11:59pm). For more information, visit the Heritage Council of NSW website.
Click on the link below to read the latest newsletter from The Center for Conservation and Preservation of Islamic Architectural Heritage.
To read the latest news from the Duldig Studio, click on the link below.
To read the latest news from the Sydney Living Museums, click here.
Read the latest edition of the Heritage Council’s eNewsletter, Heritage Matters.
To read the latest Federation of Australian Historical Societies e-Bulletin, click on the link below.
GBA Heritage (formerly Graham Brooks and Associates) is a well-established heritage consultancy practice, respected for our role in heritage asset management, advisory services and liaison on heritage issues. GBA Heritage has developed a specialised practice that provides heritage consultancy advice to our colleagues in the mainstream architectural profession. We have a broad base of private, corporate and government clients, offering the opportunity to become involved in a wide range of exciting, high profile projects.
We are seeking a mature, highly motivated heritage conservation architect who can work both independently and as part of a medium sized team of skilled professional staff. You will be responsible for delivering heritage conservation advice to project architects, preparing heritage impact statements and conservation management plans, preparing conservation works schedules and overseeing their implementation. GBA Heritage does not prepare architectural drawings.
You will have leadership skills and considerable heritage conservation architectural experience in the Australian heritage field. You will have a strong track record of establishing trusted advisor/client relationships. Your role will include the provision of responsible, rational and creative expert heritage advice to clients, architectural colleagues and building contractors.
The ideal applicant for this position will have:
- Relevant professional qualification/s
- Extensive architectural experience in Australian heritage conservation practice
- Familiarity with 19th and 20th century Australian building construction methods and materials
- Experience in adaptive re-use projects
- Familiarity with New South Wales heritage legislation
- Skills to liaise and negotiate with government agencies, clients, architects, contractors and the community to facilitate positive heritage outcomes
- Demonstrated ability to deliver sound architectural conservation advice
- Demonstrated ability to prepare conservation works schedules
- Demonstrated ability to prepare heritage impact statements and conservation management plans
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to meet deadlines and balance priorities
This position is full time and for Australian residents only. Those wishing to apply for this position are encouraged to email a cover letter and their resume to GBA Heritage.
Applications close 15 July.
25. SITUATION VACANT Post-doc Research Fellow in Heritage of the Built Environment, University of Melbourne
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Heritage of the Built Environment
Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Salary: AUD$66,809* – AUD$90,657 p.a. (*PhD Entry Level AUD$84,458 p.a.) plus 17% superannuation
The Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne seeks to appoint a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to conduct interdisciplinary research on the Heritage of the Built Environment.
This position is located in the Australian Collaboratory for Architectural History, Urban and Cultural Heritage (ACAHUCH). Working alongside industry, academic and government partners, ACAHUCH fosters a collaborative approach to the critical study of architectural history, heritage conservation and digital, cultural, landscape and urban heritage, history and design. Click here for more information about the Collaboratory.
The Postdoctoral Research Fellow is required to develop, undertake and complete a three-year research program in a topic aligned to ACAHUCH’s key priorities in the heritage of the built environment (see Position Description).
We are seeking high performing candidates with a background in architectural history, history, art history, heritage studies, planning or other relevant disciplines. The position will also contribute to ACAHUCH’s cross-sector collaboration through workshops and public events, to progress a policy agenda with relevant stakeholders and to produce publications and other scholarly and public outputs.
Employment type: Full-time fixed-term position available for 3 years
Enquiries only to: Professor Kate Darian-Smith by email
Closing date: 2 October 2016
For position information and to apply online visit the University of Melbourne website, click on the relevant option (Current Staff or Prospective Staff), and search under the job title or job number 0040971.
Design 5, an award winning practice based in Chippendale, Sydney, are seeking a Senior Architect with min 5 years’ experience to join our team to work on a broad range of projects ranging from detailed conservation and adaptive re-use, through to new structures. We are seeking someone with good design and communication skills, and experience in contract documentation and running projects. Proficiency in CAD software preferable.
Please email your CV to Design 5.
RBA Architects and Conservation Consultants Pty Ltd, based in St Kilda, Melbourne, are seeking an experienced conservation architect to join our team.
The position is full time and involves: research, design, documentation and contract administration of building works to places of heritage significance (both conservation and adaptive reuse works) and providing advice to building owners and authorities, and the like.
- Minimum Masters Degree in Architecture
- Minimum 3 years’ experience working as a conservation architect
- A working knowledge of Australian architectural history
- Capacity for design and detail resolution
- Proficiency in AutoCad, Sketchup, Adobe CS and Revit pref. + pencil and butter paper
- Proficiency in sustainable design
- Good sense of humour
Interested applicants please forward your CV by email in the first instance.
If you wish to discuss the position, please call Roger Beeston (Director) on 0417 140 159.
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