Alexandria Barnier is a heritage consultant with a background in architecture and extensive experience in providing high quality strategic heritage advice to a variety of both private and public clients.

Alexandria is passionate about the unique contribution that mid and late 20th-century architecture makes to our built environment. Alexandria has provided heritage advice and reporting for several icons of these periods including Australia Square, MLC Building, Reader’s Digest Building, AMP Building and St Peter Julian’s Catholic Church. Notably, Alexandria contributed to the major transformation of the former William Balmain Teacher’s College in Lindfield.  

Alexandria has expert knowledge of NSW heritage legislation and a strong interest in the strategic management of heritage assets. Alexandria has advised a range of public sector clients from local to a federal level about statutory compliance requirements, good heritage management and adaptive reuse of assets.

Projects:

  • Lindfield Learning Village – Heritage Impact Statements, Heritage Implementation Strategy, Heritage Interpretation Strategy, Conservation Management Plan (2016 – present)
  • St Peter Julian’s Catholic Church and MLC Building – Strategic heritage advice, management planning, Heritage Impact Statements (2018 – present)
  • Fort Wallace, Stockton – Heritage Management Planning, Opportunities and Constraints Analysis, Schedule of Maintenance Works, Heritage Impact Statement, Archival Recording. (2015 – present).
  • Sydney Trains War Memorials – Conservation Strategy and Schedule of Conservation Works (2018 – 2019)
  • Defence Housing Australia – multiple projects across various sites (Victoria Barracks, Duntroon Military College, Garden Island) including architectural services, heritage advice and heritage reporting. (2015 – present)

Conservation makes our architectural legacy available to a new audience. At Urbis we celebrate this legacy and the exceptional design that will become tomorrow’s heritage.