Sarah Webeck, GML Heritage Associate and Manager, Canberra Office, is a built heritage specialist with extensive project management experience in providing heritage conservation advice, undertaking assessments and preparing management reports.
Sarah has an architectural background, and specialises in the identification, assessment and analysis of built heritage, with skills in historic research, heritage significance, impact assessment, adaptive re-use and archival recording.
Sarah has worked on a diverse range of projects with GML for small scale and complex sites throughout Australia, based on a thorough understanding of local, state and Commonwealth heritage legislation and best practice heritage principles. Projects include heritage impact assessments, strategic heritage advice, significance assessments, interpretation strategies and heritage management plans.
Sarah has particular experience in working on Defence sites, and was involved in the innovative nation-wide thematic study of Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Bases.
‘I believe that heritage is about finding meaning in the places around us. Through identifying, managing and interpreting significant places, we are conserving our culture for future generations.’
Bachelor of Applied Science (Architecture), University of Canberra
Bachelor of Interior Design, University of Canberra
Best Practice in Managing Heritage Places, Professional Development Course at Port Arthur Historic Site, Institute for Professional Practice in Heritage and the Arts, Australian National University
Australia ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites)
National Trust of Australia (ACT)