Architecture & Access continues to grow

Keeping up with demand, we welcome new professional and skilled team members

In line with Architecture & Access’ growth strategy, in particular attracting, developing, and retaining high performing staff, we are excited to introduce our new employees to our clients and working partners. Increased Demand for our specialised service offering, access to the built environment, and successfully securing several large projects has required us to increase our capacity with highly professional and skilled staff, complementing our existing team.

Ellen Naismith – Access Consultant Ellen is an experienced access consultant with over 10 years’ working with local councils and non-government organisations providing advice and solutions to improve accessibility and promote inclusion of people with disability. Location: Melbourne, Personal fun fact: I am a huge nerd and have had tables at Comic Con and Supanova selling my range of drawings of all things Geeky!

Genny Wells – Project Manager Genny is a Registered Building Practitioner with over 20 years of industry experience across all project stages. She has worked on a variety of projects, including residential, childcare, sports pavilions, DHS support housing and accommodation and education. Genny has a sound comprehension of the Australian Disability Standards. Location: Melbourne, Personal fun fact: I am a tea connoisseur and dedicate time to my craft!

Daniel Craddock – Access Consultant Daniel has experience working on large civil projects, with qualifications in landscape architecture and access consulting. He has extensive experience in providing detailed access advice and a strong understanding of technical access issues including relevant Standards, Legislation and Regulations. Location: Brisbane, Personal fun fact: Loves pickled food and is regular at ‘Park Run’ on a Saturday morning.

Ngoc Autran – Access Consultant Ngoc’s passion is to ensure all people have the opportunity to navigate with ease in the built environment and it is this that has led her to Architecture & Access. Ngoc has a Bachelor of Interior Architecture and has experience as a Tactile Graphic Transcription Specialist. Ngoc’s honours year was dedicated to the research, design strategy and implementation to support autonomous navigation and independence for vision impaired individuals. Location: Melbourne, Personal fun fact: I love spending time outdoors

Amy Montague – Corporate Services Officer Amy is an experienced administration professional with over 15 years’ experience in a range of roles and industries. With extensive experience in customer service, events management, marketing and office management, Amy will provide us with superior organisational support. Amy is responsible for providing assistance and administrative expertise to support the delivery of project services. Location: Melbourne, Personal fun fact: I am a self-published author, under the pen name Eloisa Clark

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