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Senior Associate

Kate McKenzie-McHarg

Kate McKenzie-McHarg


Bachelor of Architecture (Honours),
University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Planning and Design,
University of Melbourne

Professional Experience

Kate McKenzie-McHarg is a capable and confident project architect with 14 years of experience locally and internationally. She has worked across a variety of project sectors with strong experience in education (for independent and government schools), mental health, public and cultural projects. Her key skills include coordination, project leading and contract administration.

Kate is highly proficient in AutoCAD and has fundamental Revit training, with a good knowledge of materials, detailing and construction methodologies. For the past three months, Kate has been leading the Growth Area Schools project, including the conceptual design, stakeholder and community engagement workshops, and documentation deliverables.