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​Name: Mr Robert Child, Johstone McGee and Gandy Pty Ltd

Address:  117 Harrington Street, Hobart TAS 7000

Phone: 6231 2555

Mobile: 0438 294 241

Email: rchild@jmg.net.au

Web: www.jmg.net.au

​Johnstone McGee and Gandy have teamed up with Peter Spratt. In consultation with Peter Spratt, the firm is a multidisciplinary engineering, planning and environmental management consulting company operating out of Hobart and Launceston. We provide design services to a range of clients in all market sectors. Recently, JMG has collaborated with Peter Spratt as a heritage expert on numerous churches, buildings and walls state wide.

Operates: State wide

Name: Mr Greg Jackman, Gondwana Heritage Solutions

Address:  14 William Street, Oatlands TAS 7120

Phone: 6254 1494

Mobile: 0499 541 441

Email: gondwanaheritagesolutions@gmail.com


 

​Gondwana Heritage Solutions provides a broad range of services in historical and Indigenous heritage management and technology. Our vision is to bring diverse pasts into the present for a shared future. Through a holistic and inclusive process we create value for clients while sustainably protecting significant places, objects and traditions. We specialise in Indigenous and historical archaeology, cultural heritage assessments, site management, policy development, conservation planning, site interpretation, heritage awareness and capacity building.

Operates: State wide

​​Name: Mr Barry Nielsen, Pitt and Sherry

Address:  PO Box 94, Hobart TAS 7001

Phone: 6223 1800

Mobile: 0409 354 551

Email: bneilsen@pittsh.com.au

Web: www.pittsh.com.au

​Pitt & Sherry is a leading Australian professional service company, founded in 1963 and based in Tasmania and Victoria. Pitt & Sherry currently employ approximately 150 people including engineers, scientists, planners, building surveyors, technicians, project managers and other professionals. Pitt & Sherry's principal market sectors and services are: community infrastructure including all types of land development and building design; water and waste water design and management; land use planning; environmental assessments, building surveying, asset management and project management. Pitt & Sherry offer a broad rang of products and services to cover the full life cycle of a project, from initial identification through to design development and operation and management to eventual decommissioning and site rehabilitation.

Operates: State wide

Name: Mr Jim Gardner, GJM Heritage

Address: Level 3, 124 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Mobile: 0408 321 023

Email: jim@gjmheritage.com

Web: www.gjmheritage.com
GHM Heritage are highly experienced historic heritage professionals based in Melbourne who bring together skills in architecture, urban planning, planning law and history. Together we have spent more than 50 years working in heritage across the fields of research, policy, planning, development and advocacy. We have a comprehensive understanding of local, State and Commonwealth heritage listing, grants and statutory approvals processes throughout Australasia, and a proven capacity to deliver high quality results for our clients.

Operates: State wide


 

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