Plico undertakes heritage research and collaborates with relevant heritage associations to provide outcomes that respect the sensitive heritage of buildings and sites. We are experienced in working with leading heritage professionals and organisations in New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, and Victoria, and have refined our process in the evaluation of heritage sites undergoing adaptive reuse and conservation.
Our team is well qualified and has decades of experience between us. We travel extensively, particularly in Europe, to learn how heritage is interpreted worldwide, in small villages and large historic sites. This continual accumulation of knowledge informs our own heritage interpretation.
Our heritage interpretation is also guided by the internationally recognised Burra Charter, that is published by Australia’s International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). This charter provides definitions and guidelines for preservation, restoration, reconstruction, and reinterpretation.