PROJECTS & COMMISSIONS

The following projects involved research into the theme of:

Labour

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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2010
Bankstown City Council Heritage Assessment of Bankstown City Plaza.

Bankstown City Council Heritage Assessment of Bankstown City Plaza.



 

 

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Mr David Sheedy

Client: BankstownCity Council

The objective of this report is to conduct a review of the Bankstown City Plaza to:

  • Identify any significant items in the Bankstown City Plaza
  • preparation of inventory sheets in accord with NSW heritage assessment criteria
  • Preparation of a report advsing appropriate means of protecting/interpreting heritage items, other than listing on Council's LEP/DCP
2009
Port Kembla Copper Smelter Complex Heritage Assessment.

Port Kembla Copper Smelter Complex Heritage Assessment.



 

 

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Mr David Sheedy

Client: Port Kembla Copper Pty Ltd

This report advises on the heritage significance of the PKC site in relation to the proposal to demolish the copper smelter and all associated structures not of heritage value. The demolition was part of a plan to prepare the site for redevelopment.

2009
Wombo Sawmill Conservation Management Plan, Pilliga West State Conservation Area.

Wombo Sawmill Conservation Management Plan, Pilliga West State Conservation Area.



 

 

 

 

 

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy

Client: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

This study was commissioned in February 2009 by the Baradine Office of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), which is part of the Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC). The Baradine office of NPWS manages a number of reserves associated with the Pilliga Forest. The site of Wombo Saw Mill is located in the Pilliga...

2009
Ironbark Lagoon Conservation Management Plan, Pilliga West State Conservation Area.

Ironbark Lagoon Conservation Management Plan, Pilliga West State Conservation Area.



 

 

 

 

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy

Client: National Parks and Wildlife and Department of Environment and Climate Change

 

This study was commissioned in February 2009 by the Baradine Office of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), which is part of the Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC). The Baradine office of NPWS manages a number of reserves associated with the Pilliga Forest. The site of Ironbark Lagoon Saw...

2009
 Site History and Recording of the Sawmill Site at Ironbarks Crossing Pilliga East State Conservation Area.

Site History and Recording of the Sawmill Site at Ironbarks Crossing Pilliga East State Conservation Area.



 

 

 

Authors: Dr Sue Rosen and Dr Susan McIntyre-Tamwoy.

Client: National Parks and Wildlife Service

This  study was commissioned in February 2009 by the Baradine Office of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), which is part of the Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC). The Baradine office of NPWS manages a number of reserves associated with the Pilliga Forest. The site of mill at Ironbarks Crossing is located in the Pilliga State Conservation Area....

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...

2007 - 2008
Review of Potential Items of State Heritage Significance in the Newcastle Local Government Area.

Review of Potential Items of State Heritage Significance in the Newcastle Local Government Area.



 

 

 

Authors: Ms Emma Dortins, Ms Rosemary Kerr, Ms Julia Kensy, Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Newcastle City Council and NSW Heritage Office

The objectives of this study can be summarised as follows:

  • to review the exisitng listings for the items on the Newcastle HeritageInventory, along with previous heritage studies where available and other information where necessary
  • where it was considered that an item demonstrated heritage significance at a State level, to prepare a nomination to the State Heritage...
2007
Interview with Eddy Fryar, Chief Engineer at Gladesville Psychiatric Hospital, Northern Sydney Area Health Service.

Interview with Eddy Fryar, Chief Engineer at Gladesville Psychiatric Hospital, Northern Sydney Area Health Service.



 

 

Interviewer/Historian: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: NSW Department of Health

The interview focussed on Eddy's vast knowledge of the hospital over his lengthy working life there, not only in terms of the buildings and structure but also changes in policy toward the mentally ill.

2007
Review of Mt York Conservation Management Statregy and Revision of Significance Assessment.

Review of Mt York Conservation Management Statregy and Revision of Significance Assessment.



 

 

 

Author: Dr Sue Rosen

Client: Blue Mountains City Council

This review commented on the Conservationmanagement Stratgey developed for Mount York and revised the Heritage Significance Assessment.

2006
Heritage Impact Statement: Newtown Court House, 222 Australia Street, Newtown

Heritage Impact Statement: Newtown Court House, 222 Australia Street, Newtown



 

 

 

 

Authors: Emma Dortins and Sue Rosen

This Heritage Impact Statement examines the impact of proposed alterations to Newtown Court House, to allow the Courthouse to meet legislated health and safety requirements, on its heritage significance.