Trained as an architect & heritage consultant with over 30 years experience in heritage conservation & architecture both here and in the Turkish Republic, Kerime leads our Heritage team, working with a range of public & private sector clients & is actively involved in the development of sound conservation philosophy, practice & guidelines for NSW & Australia.
Kerime joined City Plan Heritage in 2001. In 2002, Kerime completed a Masters in Heritage Conservation at the University of Sydney. She is member of a number institutions and committees including the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), Chamber of Architects (Turkey) and is the current President of Australia ICOMOS, where she builds upon her knowledge of the Burra Charter principles & expertise on the application of these principles for the management of heritage places.
She has demonstrated management skills in multi-disciplinary projects and offers extensive experience and expertise in the research and preparation of Heritage Impact Statements, Design and Heritage Advice, Heritage Assessments, Conservation Management documents, Interpretation Strategies, and supervision of Conservation Works, as well as preparation of schedule of conservation works, long term maintenance plans and archival recordings. In addition, Kerime’s architectural & design skills add to the range of expertise at City Plan Heritage.