NEW LEADERSHIP AT GRIEVE GILLETT ANDERSEN
Learning Environments Australasia SA/NT Awards, September 27, 2019
At Grieve Gillett Andersen, we recognise the value each individual brings to the practice. Our people are what enable us to drive design innovation, excellence and the highest level of client engagement.
We are excited to welcome Nicole Dent and Esther Chew as practice partners at the Associate Director level. Together they join Paul Gillett and Dimitty Andersen at the helm of the practice, with Steve Grieve stepping aside recently as Director and member of the Board.
Nicole joined our team in 2017, bringing with her over a decade of experience in education, heritage architecture, commercial and civic focused projects. A member of Learning Environments Australia, she remains at the forefront of educational facility design and contemporary learning spaces. Nicole’s thoughtful and consultative approach has been a great fit with the culture at Grieve Gillett Andersen.
Starting in 2015, Esther hit the ground running with award-winning projects including the Anzac Centenary Memorial Walk and St Mary’s College Redevelopment. In 2017, she was awarded the South Australian Emerging Architects Prize and has gone on to receive a NAWIC Award for Project Innovation & Development in 2018. Esther was also recognised as one of South Australia’s 40 Leader under 40. With a Masters in Development Studies, Esther has specialist expertise in community engagement, master planning, sports and recreational facilities, community hubs and education projects.
Grieve Gillett Andersen would also like to recognise Allan Yeo who has been elevated to Associate level after a year working at the practice. Allan’s skills in large projects, project design and hands on BIM expertise have made him an invaluable asset to the business. Allan joins six other Associates in our leadership group and continues to strengthen our diverse portfolio of work.
Congratulations to Nicole, Esther and Allan.
Published on 7 November 2019