29 Jan More about Casey & Lowe
Our experience includes all phases of the archaeological and heritage process:
- historical research, site survey and identification of sites
- recording of structural and archaeological fabric
- assessment of impact on archaeological remains
- assessment of heritage significance of archaeological sites
- recommendations for the management of the archaeological resource
- writing of research designs addressing current research issues and a site’s scientific or research significance
- archaeological excavation and recording
- public interpretation and publication of archaeological results.
The projects we undertake require expertise in:
- project management
- archaeological and heritage legislation
- liaison with heritage bodies, councils and other consultants
- clear and timely report writing and production
- co-operative projects with other consultants and disciplines
- interpretation of our results in reports and for the public
- principles and aims of the Burra Charter of Australia ICOMOS
- presentation of results to the media and the public.
While we do not undertake Indigenous heritage projects we work with specialist consultants in this area whom we can recommend or co-ordinate with or project manage as part of a larger team.
Amanda Dusting, Hannah Flood, Rhian Jones, Sandra Kuiters, Gary Marriner, Kylie Macdonald, Bernadette McCall, Ronan McEleney, Kat McRae, Jill Miskella, Jane Rooke, Antonella Skepasianos, Robyn Stocks and Holly Winter.
Occasionally we work with specialists on our projects. These include GIS specialist Guy Hazell; glass specialist Jeanne Harris, shell specialist Melissa Carter and photographer Russell Workman.