B&H recently completed a location survey of significant items of indigenous art for the Dept of Planning, Industry & Environment. The project consisted of surveying a large number of rock carvings at a site in Sydney’s northern suburbs. The painstaking work involved recording every visible line of each carving at 25mm intervals using robotic total stations. This enabled the National Parks & Wildlife Service (NPWS) and the Metropolitan Aboriginal Land Council teams to accurately map and record these significant pieces of cultural heritage for future generations. B&H are honoured to have been a part of this important project.