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Architectus

Associate

Ryan Fechner

Ryan Fechner Architectus

Studio:
Melbourne

Qualifications:
Bachelor of Architecture (Honours), University of Adelaide

Bachelor of Design Studies, University of Adelaide
Registered Architect, VIC 19396

Contact:
ryan.fechner@architectus.com.au

Professional Experience

Ryan has experience in a wide range of projects from high-end residential, civic, education, institutional, defence, commercial, health and aged care. During his professional experience Ryan has had the opportunity to hone and develop skills in overseeing projects from start to finish; client liaison with end-users and stakeholders; the preparation of feasibility studies; design and development of concepts and sketches and contract administration, including site meetings, minutes, inspections, defects lists, assessing progress claims and issuing of progress certificates.

Ryan has experience working with large government agencies including the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD) and Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), the City of Charles Sturt and the City of Mount Gambier.

Ryan has extensive experience in producing detailed sketch designs, documentation and 3D imagery using design software programs including AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Revit, Artlantis Studio for ArchiCAD, SketchUp, VRay for SketchUp and the Adobe