Announcing the Merger of GML Heritage and Context

Context is delighted to announce that we have formally merged with GML Heritage, located in Sydney and Canberra.

Together, Context and GML represent the future of heritage practice and the start of a new chapter in the life and work of two of Australia’s foremost heritage consultancies.

Built upon a long history of fruitful collaboration and mutual respect, we go forward with a shared commitment to providing heritage services that are founded on quality, bold thinking, intellectual rigour, and industry best practice to ensure that we continue to provide solutions that respond to the challenges of our time.

Our wide range of services include:

– community engagement;

– Aboriginal cultural heritage;

– built heritage advice, assessments and approvals;

– heritage planning;

– public history;

– cultural landscapes;

– archaeology; and

– interpretation.

Established in 1989, GML Heritage has a talented multidisciplinary team of over 45 people. Over almost 30 years, GML has built a reputation as a leading provider of independent heritage advisory services with a portfolio of over 4000 projects across some of Australia’s best-known places, including the Sydney Opera House, Port Arthur Historic Site, The Rocks, Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Royal Botanical Gardens and The Domain, the Australian War Memorial and Lake Walter Burley Griffin.

Context, together with GML, is looking forward to continuing to work on projects that revitalise and shape our urban environments, with history and heritage part of the character, life, and experience of places in our community.

Further updates about this exciting transition will be forthcoming over the coming weeks.

Visit GML to find out more about the team, projects and services.