Sue Rosen Associates is a history and heritage consultancy whose professional experience dates back to 1988. The company is a leading provider of history and heritage advisory and research services. We draw on a well established skill base of historians, European and Aboriginal archaeological expertise, heritage architects, planners, engineers, surveyors, photographers, historic landscape, flora and fauna specialists, artists and designers, and video and book production specialists.
Born in Lockhart in the southern Riverina, Sue was educated at Mt Erin and Trinity Senior High Schools in Wagga Wagga. She came to Sydney to attend Macquarie University in the mid 1970s where she undertook her BA Dip Ed. After a couple of years of overseas travel, she returned with a Canadian husband and American daughter to Macquarie to do her MA and to teach. A decade into a consulting career, she expanded a commission by Pacific Power to investigate a convict stockade on the Road to Bathurst into a PhD thesis. In between there have been five books, another daughter, many enduring friendships and lots of adventures and discoveries.
Sue Rosen Associates can prepare all your heritage interpretation materials and reports for implentation. In 2011 we prepared a Heritage Management Plan and Interpretation Strategy for the Port Kembla Copper site, and at the other extreme, we undertook research to underpin the interpretation to the public the Murray River Red Gum for the NSW Nationals Parks and Wildlife Service. From the resources and stories we produced Parks could create storyboards, videos for UTube, website development, walking trails, interpretation panels, exhibits, videos and other material for cultural tourism purposes.
We are the best forensic researchers in Australia. Tracking through indexes and registers to find the vital data your project needs is our speciality. Our findings on the existence (or not) of a public road in the Cessnock LGA were adopted by Judge Bryson in the Equity Division of the NSW Supreme Court in Palmisano v Hawse. At State Records NSW we are particularly familiar with the Colonial Secretary's Papers,...
We do heritage assessments, heritage impact statements, conservation management plans that are multi-disciplinary and evidence-based incorporating social impact and social value. Our teams create methodological modesl for heritage assessments for museums and galleries for assessing moveable heritage and characterstics, developing the model for assessment involving multiple owners, landholders and other stakeholders.