Cath Snelgrove, Principal and Manager, Archaeology, has over 25 years’ experience as a heritage practitioner in government and private practice. Cath has extensive experience in collaborative planning for heritage places, having worked on a range of complex heritage and commercial sites in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
Cath works across disciplines and also manages the GML Archaeology Team, including the development of best practice methodologies in archaeological and heritage management, research and practice. She plays a pivotal role in client relationship building and draws on her experience to develop internal policy and procedures related to heritage and archaeological matters.
I like working out how heritage fits into the bigger picture. Understanding heritage can transform places, improve suburbs, towns and landscapes, and connect people to their past and future.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of Sydney
Master of Arts (Heritage Conservation), University of Sydney
Diploma of Project Management, Major Training Services, Sydney