The last three months has seen an intensive period of work for Pragmatic Cultural Heritage Services, with several Victorian cultural heritage management projects successfully completed in between trips overseas and interstate for work with the Australian Defence Force. While the primary focus of the majority of these trips has been to assist with the identification and recovery of Australian service people killed in World War II, it has also enabled Ashley to pursue his passion of aviation heritage sites in the South Pacific – the visits to which have created several new research avenues for him to pursue when time permits.
Ashley is now ‘back on deck’ for Pragmatic Cultural Heritage Services full time and looking forward to getting back into the familiar swing of cultural heritage management in Victoria. Having recently completed projects in some regional parts of the state for the first time and managing the cultural heritage requirements for a wider variety of more complicated project types has expanded the knowledge base of the business, furthering our ability to provide the best possible cultural heritage management advice to our clients. So if you have a project that requires assistance with cultural heritage issues, please contact us to discuss your individual cultural heritage requirements today!
“Worked to a very tight timeframe, would definitely use Pragmatic Cultural Heritage Services again”
– Client testimonial