ARTS & CULTURE
Marsden Cross Trust Bicentennial – Rangihoua Heritage Park (2014)
SGL was appointed as the Project Lead and working with cultural tourism expert Ken Gorbey and visitor experience designer Locales, oversaw the development of the on-site and web-based experience, which included the construction of roading, tracks, interpretive stations, an Interpretative Centre and amenities, with design choices suitable for an isolated location; together with website and […]
Waitangi Museum – Strategic Redevelopment and Funding Advisory – Waitangi National Trust Board (2012 -2014)
Together with Museum specialist Ken Gorbey and Story Inc, SGL undertook a strategic review of the future development requirements of the Waitangi site. Recommendations included the organisation’s rebranding; website redevelopment with a strong New Zealand identity and education focus; master planning including bi-lingual interpretation throughout the site; and development of a new indoor Museum. In […]
Partnership Development for Turanga – Central Library for Christchurch City Council, as part of a holistic philanthropic funding approach for Christchurch City (2015-2016)
Post Christchurch’s earthquake in 2011, SGL was asked by the central government redevelopment agency (CERA) and then by Christchurch City Council, to recommend the most appropriate philanthropic strategy to help support the City’s development. As a pre-cursor to the Foundation’s establishment, SGL with subcontractor John Leuthart also developed a corporate or ‘Partner framework’ for the […]
say about us
Steve Bramley has secured over $750 million for community developments and organisations over the last 12 years, and he has personally and successfully led a wide range of PPP initiatives involving a range of stakeholders and motivations, both commercial and also often with some ‘community good’ element.
SGL led a comprehensive business case process for a place making initiative, providing clear strategic and commercial guidance with supporting financial modelling for the future development of our Cranbourne precincts – they went beyond scope to ensure we had an effective road map for success.