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Based on Knowledge, Experience and Customer Service
Published on Mar 2, 2013
EBS Heritage provides cultural heritage services incorporating Indigenous, European and built heritage. These services include:
The start-up of EBS Heritage required a very special consultant and EBS is pleased to announce the appointment of Guadalupe Cincunegui to the position of Senior Cultural Heritage Manager. Guadalupe has a strong background in the project management of Indigenous and European Heritage projects for mining, government and private industry and has more than ten years of experience in the management of cultural heritage surveys and reporting projects across Australia including New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. Guadalupe has consulted and worked extensively with Indigenous groups throughout Australia and has written several papers regarding burial salvage and mitigation. She also has ten years of experience working on projects in the Middle East, has an Honours degree in Near Eastern Archaeology, a Masters of Arts in curatorial studies and is finalising a PHD in Burial Archaeology.
Upon commencing in her new role, Guadalupe said “I am very excited to be given the opportunity to join the team at EBS where the company culture and focus on client outcomes provides us with the ideal launch pad for developing our new heritage service”.
Under the same management as EBS Ecology and EBS Restoration, clients can expect the same customer focus, management and systems which have been developed over ten years in consulting business.
For further information please visit our website: www.ebsheritage.com.au
Published on Sep 2, 2012
EBS staff have recently returned from a flora and fauna survey in the far north of South Australia.
The team were pretty excited to capture an Inland Taipan (Oxyuranus microlepidotus) during a warm mornings active search. The Inland Taipan is the world’s most venomous land snake. The specimen has increased the known distribution of the species to the south and west of South Australia.
Further photos uploaded to Facebook