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Three Senior Associates welcomed

Architectus leadership team gains three Senior Associates

Combining over 70 years of experience, three Senior Associates have been welcomed to our Adelaide and Brisbane studios.

We are delighted to welcome Stephen Pratt, Peter Hillan and Esther Mavrokokki to the Architectus leadership team.

Image left to right: Stephen Pratt, Peter Hillan and Esther Mavrokokki.

Joining the Brisbane studio, Stephen Pratt brings with him over 15 years of experience in commercial, mixed-use and residential projects and a keen interest in the design of tall buildings and sophisticated facade systems. Prior to joining Architectus Stephen held leadership roles on the contemporary high rises 60 Martin Place and 200 George Street, Sydney.

The Adelaide studio welcomes Peter Hillan and Esther Mavrokokki. Peter has worked in both the architecture and construction industries over his 30 year career, focusing on managing design and documentation teams on healthcare, education, defence, mixed use, residential, retail and sporting facility projects. Peter’s project experience includes the New Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide Convention Centre and the Adelaide PPP Super Schools project.

With over 25 years of experience, Esther has experience in the design and delivery of health, justice, residential, commercial and education projects, including Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital, Crossbar at Federation Square and the Department of Justice State Coronial Services Centre, Southbank.

We are delighted to welcome Stephen, Peter and Esther to Architectus.


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