ARCHAEO has worked in close cooperation with the Butchulla people (the Traditional Owners of World Heritage-listed Fraser Island and the adjacent mainland) on a large number of projects since 2005.
Converge developed and installed an exhibit illustrating recent archaeological excavations on the Original Maryborough Town Site undertaken by Converge.
Converge has undertaken the largest number of local heritage studies in Queensland in the last decade.
Converge developed content for an inner city heritage trail as part of a major Cairns CBD renewal.
The brief included natural and cultural heritage interpretation, as well as a masterplan for a CBD heritage interpretation strategy. The masterplan included a review of existing assets and recommendations for online, digital and site specific interpretation.
Converge has extensive experience preparing heritage impact statements supporting work for places entered on the Queensland Heritage Register and local heritage registers.
Converge prepared Indigenous and non-Indigenous policies and strategies for Seqwater, which provides water to Southeast Queensland. Seqwater manage a range of assets, from dams through to pump stations and a range of heritage-listed properties on local and State heritage registers.
Converge was the cultural heritage consultancy during the design and construction phases for the Legacy Way, a 4.6km tunnel project for a motorway-standard link between the Centenary Motorway at Toowong to the Inner City Bypass at Kelvin Grove.
ARCHAEO staff have been directly involved in the negotiation, facilitation and implementation of in excess of 200 Part 7 Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CHMPs) and ILUAs. Likewise, ARCHAEO have conducted in excess of 2,000 cultural heritage assessment and management programs in Queensland alone.