Caroline is an experienced heritage architect, with over 30 years of experience in architecture, and 15 years experience in heritage architecture, and project management.

Having worked throughout London, Perth, and the broader Western Australia region, Caroline has worked on award winning projects such as Mokidup- Ellensbrook (Gracetown), Gallop House (Nedlands), Strawberry Hill – Barmup (Albany), and Bartram St Duplex.

Freo Social, a unique timber framed industrial Drill Hall, Fremantle, was a major adaptive reuse project which Caroline saw to completion. Having completed many integrated conservation projects, and adaptive reuse of State registered heritage properties, she passionately advocates heritage’s contribution to a net-zero Australia. Her key capabilities include heritage investigation, assessment heritage architecture, adaptive reuse, and traditional trades.

Some of Caroline’s project experience includes: 

  • Swan Bell Towers Compliance Advice, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries. Perth CBD (2024).
  • Loreto School & Convent Reroofing and Repairs, Nedlands. Loreto’s Main Block (2023-24).
  • Edmund Rice College CMS Refectory. Four Conservation Management Strategies (2023).
  • Centenary Galleries and Administration Building Feasibility Study, Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries. Perth (2023).
  • Pensioner Guard Cottage, Bassendean heritage project (2024).
  • New Norcia Conservation Management Plan (2023).
  • Norman House Heritage Impact Statement, Albany (2023).
  • Old Perth Boys’ School (2015). Conservation (2012-15).
  • Collie Roundhouse Remediation Conservation Works/Vision (2021).
  • 57 Murray Street, Perth Adaptive Reuse (2014).

Given that Heritage is valued by our community, adaptive reuse of our heritage places enhances sustainability.