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Terry Braddock


Bachelor of Architecture, University of Queensland

As a specialist in our education sector, Terry is focused on generating genuine value for communities through transformational civic and social architecture that is sensitive to people, place, and culture.

Over more than two decades in architecture, he has earned industry recognition for a range of influential projects across Brisbane. His portfolio includes higher education work such as the University of Queensland Science Hub and the Griffith University Arrivals Building as well as contemporary vertical schools such as Brisbane South State Secondary College and the New Farm State School expansion.

Prior to joining us, Terry was Senior Practice Director at BVN after spending part of his early career with up-and-coming studios in Austria and the UK.

In addition to education, Terry has significant experience in the health and supported housing sectors as well as in master planning for urban precincts. He is also a member of the Queensland Urban Design and Places Panel.