Bachelor of Architecture (Hons), University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Planning and Design, University of Melbourne
Registered Architect, Architects Registration Board of Victoria
Sannah is a strategic thinker who is passionate about good design in healthcare buildings. With more than two decades of experience planning and delivering major health projects in Victoria, she champions evidence-based design in combination with functional, efficient, and intuitive solutions.
Sannah has the strong leadership skills and insights needed to navigate complex stakeholder environments. She understands how to keep projects on track for successful delivery, working closely with health networks and clients, multi-disciplinary consultants, in-house architectural teams, and contractors on tight timeframes and budgets.
She has effectively managed a range of significant government projects from the feasibility phase to construction completion, drawing on her expertise in client management and health planning as well as her knowledge of complex technical and engineering services.
Her portfolio includes the Pathway to 144 Mental Health Beds across four sites in Victoria, Frankston Hospital Redevelopment Stages 2 and 3, and the Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Prior to joining Architectus, Sannah was a Principal with Lyons and NTC Architects as well as a Senior Design Manager with Lendlease.