Corinne has worked in the heritage industry for three years, gaining a wide range of experience in many facets of heritage including built heritage conservation, impact and condition assessment, heritage advice, interpretation design and planning, archival recording, masterplan advice and materials salvage. Corinne has a keen interest in the built environment, in particular the conservation and interpretation of historic buildings, structures and landscapes.
She has been involved in several large-scale infrastructure projects within Sydney and wider NSW, including conservation and interpretation planning for Mount Victoria Railway Station, strategic heritage advice for John Holland Railway Group and strategic conservation management for Roads and Maritime Services regarding Windsor Bridge. Experiences such as these have allowed her to undertake complex State significant projects with a pragmatic understanding of the opportunities and constraints, in order to achieve both innovative and sympathetic heritage outcomes.
Currently, Corinne is completing her Master in Heritage Conservation at the University of Sydney.
Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney (Current)
Bachelor of Arts (Hons), University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Arts in History and Archaeology, University of New South Wales
- Documentation Preparation
- Fabric and Site Analysis
- Heritage Impact Assessment