PROJECTS & COMMISSIONS

These projects involved research into the history and development of the following region:

Central West

Over 31 years we have undertaken commissions and projects across across the gamut of history and heritage practise. These relate to a variety of historical themes, heritage issues and for a variety of purposes in a variety of formats. Please click on one of the thematic, regional or outcome subheadings to see the projects that we have undertaken. We like to be challenged, we like new ideas and to address methodological issues to produce results that are effective, meaningful and reach the intended audience with ease.

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2008
Assessment of Heritage Significance of 34 Bridges for RTA.

Assessment of Heritage Significance of 34 Bridges for RTA.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Authors: Dr Sid French (Worley Parsons) Dr Sue Rosen, Ms Emma Dortins, Ms Rosemary Kerr, Ms Julia Kensey, (Sue Rosen and Associates) 

Client: Roads and Traffic Authority

This project was an extensionof earlier heritage assessments of RTA owned and/or controlled concrete bridges across the state undertaken by Worley Parsons in association Sue Rosen & Associates, then trading as HAAH ( heritage Assessment And History).  It involved a a survey of each brige, historical research, heritage...

2008

In their own voice: using oral history to provide personal context to thematic studies.



Paper presented at There's a War On! Collections, sites and stories related to WWI and WWII - Museums & Galleries NSW, NSW Heritage Office and Central West Heritage Network, Albury Museum Library

2007
The development of a thematic study of moveable heritage related to WWI and WWII activities and sites in NSW

The development of a thematic study of moveable heritage related to WWI and WWII activities and sites in NSW



 

 

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Museums & Galleries NSW and NSW Heritage Office

Paper presented at There's a War On! Collections, sites and stories related to WWI and WWII - Museums & Galleries NSW, NSW Heritage Office and Central West Heritage Network, J T Pridham Conference Centre, Cowra.

2005-2006
There’s a War On! WWI and WWII at Home: NSW Moveable Heritage Related to the Experience of War at Home. An Assessment Model for Museums and Galleries NSW and NSW Heritage Office.

There’s a War On! WWI and WWII at Home: NSW Moveable Heritage Related to the Experience of War at Home. An Assessment Model for Museums and Galleries NSW and NSW Heritage Office.



 

 

 

Client: Museums and Galleries NSW and NSW Heritage Office

Authors: Sarah Jane Rennie of Museums and Galleries NSW and Sue Rosen

Many of the events of war time Australia have been taken for granted and few local experiences of the war at home are featured in local histories or heritage studies. The authors have created a regionally based integrated thematic and chronological narrative that allows for the broader theme of defence to...

2004

Heritage Assessment of RTA controlled Pre 1948 Concrete Slab and Arch Bridges.



Authors: Sue Rosen and Sid French

This study has examined the bridges in the group, assessed them and generated a ranking table which categorises them as of State, Local or of No Heritage, or Demolished. Rankings were carried out in accordance with the criteria of the State Heritage Council, allowing them to gain significance by dint of a broad range of technical, historical, social and aesthetic yardsticks. 

2004

Study of the Heritage Significance of a group of RTA controlled Bridges and Ferries in NSW, HAAH and BRW for RTA.



Authors: Sid French, Engineer, Emma Dortins, Laila Ellmoos, Rosemary Kerr and Sue Rosen, Historians

Client: HAAH and Burns and Roe Worley for Roads and Traffic Authority's Environment and Community Policy Branch

This report has been prepared by Heritage Assessment and History (HAAH) in association with Burns and Roe Worley (BRW) in fulfillment of a brief commissioned by the Roads and Traffic Authority's (RTA) Environmental and Community Policy Branch. This brief is part...

2000

"Live Wires" Advance Energy Oral History Project.



Authors: Ruth Lawson and Sue Rosen

This video-oral history project was commissioned in 2000 by Advance Energy and consists of interviews with 10 men who were either employees or former employees of Advance Energy, or its predecessors. The interviewees range from linesmen, to engineers and the CEO. They all have many years of experience in electricity distribution in central and western New South Wales. The most remote interviewee was based in...

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