Richard Mackay is one of Australia’s most prominent urban historical archaeologists, having directed a range of large-scale, widely publicised, archaeological excavations at highly-significant sites in both Sydney and Melbourne. Projects such as the ‘Big Dig’ in Sydney’s historic Rocks have shed new light on the convict experience and colonial Australia. Richard Mackay is experienced with both the statutory requirements and commercial realties of contract archaeology; whether in an urban context, part of a land release development or infrastructure project.
Casselden Place, Melbourne, Archaeological Excavation—GML Heritage for Industry Super Property Trust.
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