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    Arcadis’s Caroline Evans joins World Road Association
    Arcadis’s Caroline Evans joins World Road Association

    Caroline Evans, principal economist for Arcadis’s Melbourne infrastructure advisory team has been appointed to the position of chair technical committee – climate change and resilience of road network, as part of the next World Road Association (PIARC) cycle commencing in 2020-2023.


    Restoring past losses: The biodiversity emergency
    Restoring past losses: The biodiversity emergency

    Australia’s urban areas contain disproportionately more threatened species than non-urban areas. In fact, recent research shows that 30 percent of Australia's EPBC-listed threatened species, or a total of 370 species, come from our cities and towns. These findings highlight the global significance of planning, designing, procuring and managing urban landscapes to conserve and enhance biodiversity, writes Claire Martin, a board director of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, an Associate Director of OCULUS Landscape Architecture and Urban Design.


    Arcadis appoints Jamye Harrison to lead smart cities team
    Arcadis appoints Jamye Harrison to lead smart cities team

    Arcadis announces the appointment of Jamye Harrison to its Smart Cities team as Global Solutions Lead.


    Recently appointed Hassell principal says multi-disciplinary work is key to success
    Recently appointed Hassell principal says multi-disciplinary work is key to success

    “Having studied both architecture and landscape architecture, my first project was the Adelaide Zoo. This project was a great way to finesse my skills and develop a range of experience contributing to both the internal and external elements of the project,” says Ed Mitchell.


    New director of urban design at AJ+C
    New director of urban design at AJ+C

    Duncan Corrigall has been promoted to the role of director – Urban Design at AJ+C.


    GroupGSA MD Mark Sheldon on 40 years in the design business
    GroupGSA MD Mark Sheldon on 40 years in the design business

    Starting his working life way back in September 1979 as a one-man-band in a small office in Bourke Street, Surry Hills under his father’s office fitout business, GroupGSA director Mark Sheldon says his early working years offered a very steep learning curve.


    Neil Logan to headline Sustainability Live 2019
    Neil Logan to headline Sustainability Live 2019

    BVN co-CEO Neil Logan will give the keynote address at this year's Sustainability Live conference on November 7.


    Jason Taylor joins Arcadia in Queensland
    Jason Taylor joins Arcadia in Queensland

    Landscape architect Jason Taylor has joined the Arcadia Queensland studio as an associate, bringing over 13 years of local and international landscape architecture experience to the team.


    Adam Hetherington from BVN reveals the secrets behind the dRofus software platform
    Adam Hetherington from BVN reveals the secrets behind the dRofus software platform

    Architecture & Design editor Branko Miletic speaks to BVN’s Adam Hetherington, Australia’s foremost expert on the dRofus software platform.


    Adrienne Erickson leads new Centre for Australian Design
    Adrienne Erickson leads new Centre for Australian Design

    Landscape architect and design lecturer Adrienne Erickson has been chosen as the Swayne senior fellow in Australian design at the National Museum of Australia.


    Abbie Galvin becomes the first female NSW Government Architect
    Abbie Galvin becomes the first female NSW Government Architect

    NSW Planning and Public Spaces minister Rob Stokes has announced the appointment of Abbie Galvin as the 24th NSW Government Architect.


    Award-winning architect Jeanne Gang to speak at Powerhouse Museum
    Award-winning architect Jeanne Gang to speak at Powerhouse Museum

    For the first time in Sydney, the founding principal of Studio Gang and MacArthur Fellow architect Jeanne Gang will discuss her award-winning practice and design process in a free talk at the Powerhouse Museum on 28 October 2019.


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