International multidisciplinary design practice HBO+EMTB has announced the appointment of Scott Lamb as Principal of the firm’s Canberra practice
March 3rd, 2014
HBO+EMTB managing director Kevin Fitzgerald said Scott joins the firm with a distinguished background across all aspects of design and project delivery in the workplace solutions and commercial and retail interiors sectors
“Scott has a diverse skill-set ranging across architectural, interior design, commercial fit out and construction industries.
“He has worked in the UK, Africa and Australia and brings a wealth of experience, particularly in managing the design and delivery process for interiors and workplace projects.
“Scott has wide ranging experience in both the public and private sectors and has established relationships with many agencies in the ACT. In the private sector he has managed projects for major brands Motorola, Virgin, Coca Cola, Microsoft, Qantas and many others.
Scott joins HBO+EMTB from Rork Projects where he played a major role in the strong growth of that business. Prior to that he was managing director of the Johannesburg based Cityspace Architecture, a business he founded.
Earlier this year London based industry publication Building Design rated HBO+EMTB the world’s 42ndlargest architectural practice in the annual BD World Architecture Top 100 Survey.
With 23 offices throughout Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, and specialised divisions in architecture, interior and workplace design, consulting, urban and landscape design, and heritage, HBO+EMTB offers a multi-disciplinary service accounting for a facility’s full lifecycle. Harnessing over 120 years of history, this multi-award winning firm has developed expertise and experience across all industry sectors, both public and private.
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