Chatswood South Church Roof Completed

HAA has just completed a new roof at Chatswood South Uniting Church, a prominent early north shore church in Sydney. With a careful selection of conservation materials, the roof was...

Before and after: conserving a major tomb in Camperdown Cemetery

A large, historic vault belonging to William and Mary Brown in Camperdown Cemetery has been conserved with the help of HAA’s consultation. HAA provided advice on how to approach the project, including...

Churches and more churches: presenting in the Blue Mountains and Waverley

Above: Presbyterian Church, Blackheath. Hector gave two architectural presentations during this week on some of New South Wales’ foundational churches. The first took place at the Carrington Hotel in Katoomba for the annual...

Georgian Revival in eastern Sydney

HAA have advised on the conservation of Buckhurst, an elegant apartment building in Sydney’s Point Piper which finishes a line of great architectural houses. In 1928 the architects Wardell and...

Looking at the Curtain Wall

On Wednesday Hector presented a talk to the Heritage team at City of Sydney about the Curtain Wall-style of skyscraper in its place of origin, New York. The talk was originally...

Conserving Sydney's No. 1 Sewerage Pumping Station

All civilised cities have a sewerage system, but the best ones are the ones you can’t see. In Sydney’s case, the only visible evidence of its original system are 19...

A new year and an old college

HAA are excited to be back in full swing, with a new city project in the works and the continuation of one of our oldest: St Andrew’s College at the...

Heritage grants announced for two major projects in 2014

The valuable heritage grants issued by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage have been announced, and two HAA projects have been successful in their applications. HAA were instrumental in...

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