Tim Robins brings to Everick a legal background and a high level of professional project management expertise. Tim holds a first class honours degree in archaeology from the University of Queensland and has also been admitted to practice as a solicitor in Queensland. Tim’s expertise in archaeology and law has seen him take a keen interest in Australia’s heritage legislation. His research has focused on the ability of contemporary legislation to facilitate the protection significant intangible (non-physical)heritage values. He has applied this research in both academic and practical contexts.
Tim has substantial experience working on linear infrastructure projects. He has overseen numerous rail, road, transmission line and pipe line projects, and is highly skilled in planning for heritage management across large scale infrastructure. Tim’s experience includes working on heritage places of World, National, State and local heritage significance. His mix of legal and archaeological expertise has seen him lead CHMP negotiations for some of Queensland and New South Wales largest infrastructure projects. His knowledge ensures Everick undertakes the correct process in a comprehensive and efficient manner. Under Tim’s guidance, Everick has developed a strong track record for seamlessly integrating effective heritage management into broader development planning for projects.