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Felicity Hurling

Felicity Hurling


Bachelor of Architecture (Hons),
Manchester School of Architecture


Felicity has 10 years of experience covering all stages of design, construction, delivery, and handover. She has worked across Australia, Europe and South America delivering transport infrastructure. Prior to joining Architectus, Felicity led a number of aviation projects and teams across the Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania regions.

Felicity is interested in the complexity and challenges of infrastructure projects. She works confidently in the co-ordination of multiple disciplines and is passionate about implementing rigorous design strategies and managing excellent stakeholder relationships.