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Senior Associate

Ken Anderson


Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice,
Henley Business School, London

Diploma in Advanced Presentation Drafting and Rendering,
Design Centre Interior Design College, Johannesburg

Higher National Certificate (HNC) in Architectural Technology, Design and Practice, Robert Gordon’s University, Aberdeen Scotland

Ordinary National Certificate (ONC) in
Architectural Technology and Building Construction,
Aberdeen Technical College, Aberdeen Scotland


Professional Experience

Ken Anderson has extensive experience in architecture, interior architecture and design, strategic facilities planning and project management. Possessing over 35 years’ experience both locally and internationally, Ken has worked in Australia, the UK, Africa, the Middle East, and South East Asia. Ken’s expertise and broad knowledge allows him to provide strong leadership skills with a clear vision and a strong focus on excellent design and project outcomes. Specialist input, strategic advice, master planning, policy formulation, process, and infrastructure are all areas that Ken has solid experience in. He has excellent communication skills and extensive experience developing and maintaining key relationships with clients, stakeholder consultation and project and design management.

Ken has experience working with public and private sector clients on science, health, justice, government offices, defence, transport, infrastructure, education, mixed-use, commercial, retail, residential and hospitality projects. He was recently based in Singapore, where he was responsible for developing opportunities across SEAsia, growing a studio of 15 staff, and establishing strong working relationships with clients such as Keppelland, BHP, Far East Organisation, Lendlease and Singapore Airlines.