Graduate of Architecture
Simon Carter is a graduate of architecture with particular interest in history and the way it manifests itself in the traditions that surround us in Architecture. His strong interest in the evolution of Architecture developed during his years at University. Simon's experience with the State Heritage Unit (SA Government) has developed his skills in Heritage assessment and conservation management planning.
Simon is well-versed in providing heritage advice to a broad range of stakeholders including owners, developers and various levels of Government, having consulted on projects ranging from small scale additions to major infrastructure projects.
Simon works to identify and conserve heritage places for their intrinsic value, providing for the ongoing needs of the present through appropriate adaptive-reuse. He has a particular interest in traditional building crafts and conservation technology and works to the methodology and guidelines of Australia ICOMOS.
Former Exhibition Building Staircase, Adelaide University
Nicholls Building, Pulteney Grammar School
Keswick Barracks, Former Military Hospital (Building 64)
St Mary Magdalene's Anglican Church disability access upgrade
Murray Bridge Transport Precinct (Railway & Wharf)
Victor Harbor Horse Tram
lnvercauld (Early Irish Dwelling)
St Peter’s College – ‘Big Quad Precinct’