There’s a whole lot of shuffling going on within the architectural offices of Warren and Mahoney, with four new principals hired across its Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch studios.
Managing director Peter Marshall says the appointments reflect the firms continued growth and diversification and described the new principals as “outstanding architects who have proved themselves worthy of these promotions”.
And the appointments are...
Rodney Sampson joined the firm in 2005 and can count guiding the Wellington Airport development to completion as one of his successes. He is currently working on the redevelopment of New Zealand's National Library—a commission that will safeguard a highly significant New Zealand collection.
Nick Warring joined in 2003 and is a leader in the field of project delivery. His most recent role working as project architect on the Supreme Court of New Zealand has been a career highlight.
Simon Brown joined in 2007 following 13 years of experience in the UK. He was project architect on the Christchurch Airport redevelopment, described by Warren and Mahoney as one of the most complex and significant projects the firm has undertaken.
Richard Voss joined in 2006, immigrating to NZ following work in both the UK and Germany. He recently completed work on the Deloitte Centre office tower in central Auckland—a complex project that required the integration of heritage architecture, workplace design and the architecture of the tower as one project.
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