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National Sector Leader, Transport

Robert Ousey


Bachelor of Architecture,
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Diploma of Architecture,
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom


Professional Experience

Robert has over 20 years of experience in projects across the commercial, aviation, infrastructure, laboratory, retail and residential sectors in Europe and Australia.

He has diverse expertise ranging from traditional architectural commissions to the design and production of specialist facade and glazing systems, prefabricated building solutions and industrial products. Robert has extensive background in the briefing, documentation and coordination of large-scale projects across the gamut of Australian culture and commerce, including Brisbane’s award-winning Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law; the National Herbarium of NSW with iconic architect Richard Leplastrier; transport and commerce hub, Brookfield Place Sydney; a major refurbishment of the Reserve Bank of Australia; and Western Sydney Aerotropolis’ Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF).

As Architectus’ National Sector Leader for Transport, Robert oversees major public infrastructure, rail and airport projects. A leading aviation architect, he has held leadership roles on projects at major airports around the world. At Architectus, he has led terminal developments, master plans and upgrades for airports, including Sydney Airport and Brisbane Airport. He was Principal of the Studio’s Western Sydney Airport Terminal competition and led the design team creating that airport’s Dedicated Cargo Facility Masterplan. He has expert knowledge of the complex technical and integration requirements of such projects.