Fulton Trotter Architects Elevates Four New Associates
Fulton Trotter Architects is excited to announce the appointment of four outstanding design professionals and long term team members to the role of Associate. Enriching the leadership team, Erin Dawson, Renee Bourke, Michael Andrews and Lily Nguyen have each demonstrated excellence in project design and delivery, as well as leadership in other aspects of practice. They join the existing leadership group in shaping the practice’s strategic evolution and the future of Fulton Trotter.
Architect, Michael Andrews, has over 10 years’ experience and brings a deep commitment to achieving high quality design outcomes for his clients. He has recently demonstrated leadership on the Satellite Hospitals project.
Architect, Renee Bourke, is a trusted advisor to her clients in the education, aged care and local government sectors. She is currently leading projects for Brisbane Catholic Education and the Gympie Regional Council, such as San Damiano College.
Interior Designer, Erin Dawson, was the Interiors lead on the recently completed Potter Building at All Hallows’ School. This project was good example of her exceptional design talent in translating client aspirations into built form.
Architect, Lily Nguyen, is a highly skilled problem solver and brings strong project management experience to all her projects. She is currently applying these, along with her creative design approach, to Independent schools & QHealth projects, such as the Montcler Nursing Home.
Justine Ebzery, Practice Director, Fulton Trotter Architects explains that the new Associates have a broad set of complementary skills that will ensure the firm will continue to deliver high quality services to their clients well into the future.
Fulton Trotter Architects is known for their architectural leadership of complex community infrastructure projects, especially those requiring high levels of stakeholder consultation. As an enduring ‘people centred’ practice, Fulton Trotter focus on long term outcomes creating a history of good work, great relationships and strong ethics. Fulton Trotter’s new Associates will continue the practice’s pursuit of meaningful innovation through consistent and active engagement in research, training, advocacy, ideas generation and the sharing of knowledge.