Eleanor has worked in the archaeology and heritage conservation industry for over ten years. She has experience in many facets of the heritage industry including archaeological fieldwork, materials conservation, built heritage conservation and maintenance planning, condition assessment, fabric analysis, heritage impact and planning control assessment, heritage interpretation design and development, and collection management, audits and reviews.
Eleanor has been involved in several large scale and award-winning projects including the conservation of the original Sydney Harbour Bridge Maintenance Cranes, conservation and re-erection of the Grissell Building in Waterloo, design documentation and fabrication of interpretation at the Parramatta Justice Precinct and Fort Scratchley Newcastle, and conservation of Quirindi Railway Station. She prepares conservation management plans and provides maintenance advice and conservation specification for heritage-listed structures.
Recently she has been involved in providing strategic heritage management advice to State government agencies for a range of asset types and portfolios. This experience has allowed her to view heritage projects with a rational and pragmatic understanding of the opportunities and constraints in order to achieve the best innovative heritage outcome.
Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Macquarie University
Bachelor of Arts in Ancient History, Macquarie University
- Materials Conservation
- Fabric Analysis
- Heritage Assessment and Advice
- Strategic Planning and Policy