GML Heritage is an Australian consultancy firm previously known as Godden Mackay Pty Ltd and then Godden Mackay Logan Pty Ltd after its three main founders. The company specialises in the areas of heritage advice, historical and Aboriginal archaeology, and interpretation of heritage places.
Godden Mackay Logan
|Proprietary limited company|
|Founders||Don Godden, Richard MacKay and David Logan|
|Headquarters||Level 6, 372 Elizabeth St,|
|Sharon Veale, Rachel Jackson, David Logan|
Number of employees
There are offices in Sydney and Canberra and a team of over forty industry leaders and experienced professionals in urban planning, archaeology, architecture, public history and interpretation. Services include Aboriginal heritage, archaeology, the built environment, cultural landscapes, public history, community engagement and interpretation.
The firm was established in 1989 in Sydney as Godden MacKay. It has undertaken work at Angkor Wat, Mawson's Huts in Antarctica, Lake Mungo National Park and the Sydney Opera House. It was involved in major archaeological excavations at the Little Lon district and the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne, as well as extensive archaeological work in Sydney's Rocks district.
The company has won numerous industry awards for its heritage advice and services.