ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, EXTENT HERITAGE BRISBANE
Jacqueline is a registered architect and heritage professional with over twenty years’ experience in providing heritage conservation
services for a range of commercial, industrial, religious, community, and residential buildings. In her capacity as a heritage architect,
Jacqueline has demonstrated expertise in providing practical, robust heritage outcomes and has undertaken a wide range of projects
including heritage assessments, design for adaptations, urban surveys and planning, impact assessments, condition assessments and
maintenance advice which all require a keen appreciation of the need for practical heritage management and an in depth understanding
for integrating change. These activities demand the rigorous application of the methodology and principles described in the Australia
ICOMOS Burra Charter which are the basis to her conservation practices and advice.
In her current role as Associate Director at Extent Heritage, Jacqueline’s leads the Brisbane office and the Built Heritage project team
covering a wide range of historical heritage and built heritage projects. Jacqueline has extensive experience in the identification, assessment and
management of heritage and character values and places, as well as adaptive design and master planning advice, heritage strategy
and policy development.