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Cheryl House


Diploma of Interior Design,


Professional Experience

Cheryl is an accomplished and experienced interior designer with diverse skills across a range of sectors. Her recent career has focused on health and education environments, including senior roles on major public health projects.

Highly respected in her field, Cheryl has held Interior Design State Government Advisory roles on several significant health Public Private Partnerships (PPP). These include, most recently, the tender process for the $1.5B New Footscray Hospital and the Frankston Hospital Refurbishment, and prior roles through the design and delivery processes of the New Royal Children’s Hospital and the New Bendigo Hospital.

A career highlight came in 2012-2015, when Cheryl was Interiors Team Leader for the A$1B Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre in Parkville Melbourne. Cheryl led coordination of the interiors team in the development of the design concept, functional and technical compliance, and documentation delivery on this significant and complex project.

Cheryl is a collaborative and effective leader and a supportive and encouraging mentor to junior staff.