Niche is proud to be supporting the Queensland Energy Conference and will be represented at the event by Managing Director Ian Rollins, Commercial Director Lawrence Smith, and Queensland Discipline Manager – Heritage, Jill Reid.
Local Buy is the procurement scheme servicing local, state and federal government in Queensland.
Heritage Consultant Brodie Hartfiel-Lees joined Niche’s heritage team in Queensland in August 2022. Brodie is a highly experienced professional with over 10 years of experience, primarily in Aboriginal cultural heritage management.
Happy Holidays from Niche! Our office will be closed from Friday, 23 December, until Monday, 9 January 2023
As we approach the end of another working year, we’d like to express our sincere appreciation to our clients, business partners and friends for your continued support.
Niche’s involvement in the project included providing an Aboriginal Objects Due Diligence assessment; Flora and Fauna Assessment; and a Review of Environmental Factors.
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
How do we meet the challenges of mitigating and adapting to climate change, protecting biodiversity and improving the management of natural capital?
If you are familiar with the Triple Bottom Line (3 P’s, Profit, People, Planet), you will likely know there is no specific guidelines to accurately measure TBL. A consistent and globally adopted framework for organisations to report and act on evolving nature-related risks is required.
Heritage consultant Rosanna Virzi is one of Niche’s latest recruits joining the Queensland heritage team in July 2022. Rose has five years of experience with heritage and allied environmental projects around Australia. This has included working with the Australian Department of the Environment, supporting the Australian Heritage Council, and bioregional assessments
National Science Week 2022: Join Dr Kevin Rains as he discusses the glass artefacts found on the Cross River Rail project
To celebrate National Science Week 2022, Niche’s Dr Kevin Rains, Associate – QLD Heritage, hosted a thrilling and insightful discussion on the glass artefacts found during the Cross River Rail excavations and what archaeologists can learn from them.
Niche undertook preliminary ecological surveys, and targeted seasonal ecological surveys of the proposed action area (project site) to inform project constraints.
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