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Amanda Oates


Bachelor of Architecture


Amanda is a Principal with extensive experience in the delivery of large-scale, complex projects. She is known for her project management expertise, strong communication and problem solving skills, and adopting a collaborative approach on all projects.

Amanda is highly experienced in documentation coordination and the delivery of projects from design development through to construction, working with both the project and construction teams to ensure good design outcomes and project brief requirements are upheld. Her projects have included a number of large-scale hospitals and defence facilities throughout Australia and abroad.

The $446 million Cairns Hospital Redevelopment, a multi-faceted joint venture design, involved the construction and fit-out of a new seven-storey Clinical Services Building along with the refurbishment of three existing outpatient buildings on the site. Amanda’s open, collaborative approach navigated and managed the challenges of this project which also involved a complex staging and decanting strategy.

Tamworth Hospital and the recently completed Gosford Hospital Redevelopment have added to Amanda’s expertise in documentation and project delivery. Her work on Angau Hospital in New Guinea presented a new set of challenges, which, as with all her projects, was delivered on time and within budget.

Amanda’s work on the Orchard Hills Defence Base involved design development and coordination of a large team of architects over 20+ buildings, where her adaptability combined with a focus on efficiency, ensured a smooth process.