Our heritage...tangible and intangible, it is all around you.
Hyperion Design’s founder, Kylie Christian, has over 17 years of experience within the heritage industry. Kylie has been involved in heritage management for all sized projects, for both private and public sectors.
Hyperion Design can assist you in navigating the array and complexity of the heritage approval process by providing you with all the documentation that you will require. Some of what we do includes:
- Conservation Management Plans
- Statement of Heritage Impacts
- Archival Photographic Recording
- Interpretation Strategies and Plans
- Heritage Assessment and Advice
- Heritage Asset Management
- Policy Development
- Stakeholder Consultation
- Historical Research
- Heritage Inductions and Training
- Heritage Architectural Services
Hyperion Design, and Kylie, hold professional memberships of Interpretration Australia, ICOMOS Australia, National Trust of Australia (NSW) and Oral History NSW.
Some projects that Kylie has been involved with over the past 5 years, either directly or whilst employed by other firms, include:
WESTCONNEX NEW M5
2016-2018 (whilst employed as Senior Associate, Historic Places Team Leader with Extent Heritage Pty Ltd)
Client: CPB Contractors, Dragados and Samsung Joint Venture
The New M5 will provide twin underground motorway tunnels from Kingsgrove to a new St Peters Interchange at the site of the old Alexandria landfill facility.
My role was to project manage the heritage requirements of the sites affected by the proposed works including the Rudders Bond Building (now demolished), Alexandra Canal (State Listed), Heritage Conservation Areas (various along the project route), Heritage Salvage and Methodologies, Historical Archaeological works, Aboriginal Assessment, Interpretation Planning and Strategies for the St Peters Interchange area and all associated heritage advice.
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Client: ANU Heritage
The ANU campus is currently undergoing a significant redevelopment and renewal process. As part of that process, detailed and extensive archival documentation and assessment is required to capture the significant changes being made.