Preserving Brisbane’s history in collaboration with the University of Queensland
Since 2018, Niche’s heritage consulting team has provided archaeological services for Brisbane’s Cross River Rail project. The large-scale, State government funded infrastructure program involves building an underground rail system linking North and South Brisbane and the construction of four underground stations at Dutton Park, Woolloongabba, Albert Street and Roma Street.
In delivering the project, Niche has taken highly collaborative approach, drawing on existing links and expertise from the Queensland Museum and University of Queensland (UQ) to move the project beyond compliance to one providing opportunities for public education and engagement, academic research and hands-on employment for archaeology students.
Find out more about the project and our role: Preserving Brisbane’s history in collaboration with the University of Queensland.
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- Ecology and biodiversity
- Heritage management
- Environmental management and approvals
- Environmental offsetting
- GIS and Spatial Data