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Jasmax Announces Senior Promotions

Jasmax Announces Senior Promotions

Today Jasmax announced five senior promotions at Senior Associate and Associate Principal level.

We are pleased to announce two new Associate Principals:

Kimberly Browne – Kimberly is an Australian educated, New Zealand Registered Architect with a passion for well-crafted design projects. Her Australian work experience includes projects in the heritage, civic and hospitality sectors. After arriving in New Zealand in early 2000, Kimberly expanded this knowledge gaining further valuable experience in the education and commercial sectors initially at Andrews Scott Cotton Architects and then at Jasmax.

A change of career direction saw Kimberly develop a close working relationship with NZIA gold medal winning Architect, Marshall Cook, over a nine-year period as Project Architect on a series of high-end residential projects at Cook Sargisson & Pirie Architects.

Since her return to Jasmax in 2015, Kimberly has been part of the team delivering the new Faculty of Engineering building for the University of Auckland.

In 2011, Kimberly was appointed, in an on-going role, to be a Registration Assessor for the NZRAB. This role was expanded to include a position of the NZRAB Governance Board in 2016.

Rebecca Irwin – Rebecca’s mix of design, coordination and project skills makes her a key team member in the conception, development and delivery of quality projects for clients. She has delivered projects in the commercial, healthcare, masterplanning, community, educational and recreation sectors, and has extensive experience undertaking both small-scale and complex building projects such as Vodafone InnoV8 and the North Shore Hospital Elective Surgery Centre.

Rebecca has a strong belief that the design process is vastly enhanced where the outcome is influenced by multiple parties who work together in an open, co-operative and critical manner. She works directly with clients and stakeholder groups, developing challenging briefs into successful and architecturally exciting schemes. She brings a solid understanding of design and experience in architectural principles.

In addition, Prue Fea, Roberta Johnson and Anton Saunders were promoted to Senior Associate.

For all promotions please visit the news page at www.jasmax.com.

ENDS


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