Alice is an architect with 22 years' experience in heritage and conservation management in Western Australia. She has operated her own practice since 1997, providing advice directly to clients or as a sub-consultant to other professional practices
Alice has worked in all areas of project delivery from the development of functional briefs, grant applications and site supervision with the aim of achieving practical, timely and quality outcomes in heritage places. She completed a qualification in Access Consulting to more fully understand and integrate changes in heritage places to meet disability access requirements and she is currently completing a Masters of Business Administration.
Alice has worked on a number of WA Heritage Award winning projects including the conservation of the Kalgoorlie Miner Building, the 140William redevelopment, and the adaptation of the Clontarf handball courts into a training facility for Marr Mooditj.
In addition, Alice was a finalist in the 2014 Heritage Awards for professional contribution to the heritage industry. She has been a member of the jury for the Australian Institute of Architects Heritage Awards and is an active member of the Institute's Heritage Committee.
Qualifications and background
Bachelor of Applied Science (Architectural Science)
Bachelor of Architecture (Hons)
Australian Institute of Architects (WA) Heritage Committee
Honorary Architect for the Royal Western Australian Historical Society
Member of National Trust Australia (WA)