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Jasmax Appoints Six New Principals

Jasmax Appoints Six New Principals

Jasmax is pleased to announce the appointment of Alistair Ray, Chris Jack, Chris Scott, David Pugh, Shirley Chin and Stephen Middleton as Principals with effect from 1 October.

Managing Principal Marko den Breems commented “At Jasmax, our biggest asset is our people; their creative, diverse design talents are as important as the culture they imbue on the practice as a whole. As a result, it was these values in mind that the existing Principal group considered when making these appointments.

As we celebrate our 50th clients, and their dedication to maintaining the unique culture within the practice.”

The new appointments are as follows:

Alistair Ray leads the Urban Design team at Jasmax; a team which he has built since joining the practice in 2008. As one of New Zealand’s most accomplished urban designers, Al has been involved in key projects across the country, including Christchurch’s City Central Masterplan.

Chris Jack joined Jasmax in 1997, and since then he has worked on number of high profile projects across New Zealand, including Auckland’s City Rail Link, and the Bay of Plenty’s International Cricket Pavilion.

Chris Scott is a highly successful architect and team leader, with over 30 years’ experience. His most recent role as Lead Project Architect delivered Auckland’s multi-award winning AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building.

David Pugh is an architect with a proven track record, delivering such projects as the Auckland Art Gallery and the Airport’s commercial offices, Quad5.

Shirley Chin is a highly personable and pragmatic leader within the Interiors team and the wider Jasmax. Her energy and ability to successfully manage a number of teams and the delivery of projects on time and to budget is a strength unmatched by many. Over the past 6 years Shirley has developed a number of projects with BNZ and Westpac.

Stephen Middleton is an open-thinker, mentor and highly diligent architect. Placing people as the imperative at the outset of his projects, Stephen is successful in designing large-scale complex projects at a humanistic level; a key example being the University of Auckland’s Grafton Boyle building.


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