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Scott Jackman


Diploma of Architectural Design,
RMIT University


Professional Experience

Scott Jackman has been with Architectus for 20 years and has been working exclusively on aviation projects since 2006. Most significantly, he was the project leader for the Melbourne Airport T2 Expansion – base buildings and baggage handling facilities, working on the project from inception through to construction completion.

Scott has thorough knowledge of all commercial construction methodologies and leads teams to produce construction documentation of the highest quality. He is experienced in the coordination of highly complex technical projects and is skilled at liaising with multidisciplinary design teams to achieve successful project outcomes. Much of his career has involved large scale and complex additions to existing facilities delivered in operational environments.

Scott is familiar with traditional delivery methods as well as collaborative contracting models. His diligence and detailed approach combined with his clear communication skills make him an asset to any project.