Fulton Trotter Architects, who are celebrating their 70th year in 2016, have announced a series of new leadership appointments.
November 11th, 2015
The firm have announced the appointment of Katerina Dracopoulos, Justine Ebzery, Nathan Hildebrandt, Ryan Loveday and Paul Sekava as new Associate Directors in the Brisbane Office. They will join with the five existing Directors to form the leadership team and will be involved across various business portfolios (Finance, HR, Quality, Marketing, Premises, IT) as well as undertaking business development activities, and actively representing the practice in professional and industry organisations.
The Directors also welcome long-time Associate, Hayley Crofts, to the role of Senior Associate; and in Sydney, Michelle Teutenberg has been promoted to the role of Associate to lead a new architectural team working on a number of education projects.
“The new members of our leadership team have a broad set of complementary skills that will ensure Fulton Trotter Architects will continue to deliver high quality services to our clients well into the future,” said Mark Trotter, Director of Fulton Trotter Architects.
Fulton Trotter Architects have made their name in complex projects in the education, aged care, and health sectors requiring high levels of stakeholder engagement.
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