GML 2019 Highlights
This year GML Heritage turned 30. We are proud of our archive of experience shaping the future of heritage places with bold thinking and strategic advisory services.
Here are some of the highlights from our year, where we worked on exciting and challenging projects, and celebrated the formation and development of the business over three decades.
From our humble beginnings, GML has grown consistently on the strength of its great clients and talented team of people. Our team of 60+ people is located in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne (Context).
To kickstart the year, our Founders Don Godden, Richard Mackay and David Logan joined Sharon Veale ‘In Conversation’, to share memories about the formation of GML, changes in the heritage industry and the nature of the business today.
GML Heritage was recently joined by clients, colleagues, friends and family to celebrate 30 years of the business. We reflected on the formation of the business and pondered the future of heritage, while enjoying delicious food, fantastic entertainment and good company. Thanks to all who joined in the fun!
CEO, Sharon Veale gave a thought provoking speech about the state of heritage and the environment. GML Founders Richard Mackay, David Logan and GML Chairman, Ian Neal (on behalf of Founder, Don Godden) also spoke about the formation of the firm three decades ago.
The breadth and depth of our services continues to grow, thanks to our great clients.
We have worked on several local heritage studies, commercial developments, parks and gardens, education facilities, museums, cemeteries, and places of significance to Aboriginal people across Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne and beyond.
We have won awards for our work at the Eames House, USA, the Chinese Gardens of Friendship and the Archaeology Collection at the City of Parramatta.
We look forward to shaping the future of heritage with you in 2020.