We are pleased to announce that William Fulton, one of our Christchurch based directors, has been appointed chair of Team Architects NZ taking over from Napier based Director Paul Dougan who had completed his two years in the role.
William has over 20 years of professional experience following a double qualification in Architecture and Landscape Architecture being a specialist in Heritage, Landscape Design and project delivery. A director of the Christchurch Team Architects practice William has been a director of TANZ since 2004.
Since the destruction caused by the Canterbury earthquakes William has been involved with numerous Heritage projects including the restoration of Te Koraha at Rangi Ruru School and the reconstruction of New Regent Street. He has been involved with a selection of Christchurch City Council Heritage assets, notably assisting with the restoration of Rolleston House (YHA). He has been involved with various Methodist Church projects including the Bryndwr Church, one of the few stone churches to remain following the earthquakes. Another of the most significant projects was the Bridge of Remembrance where he was involved as Heritage Architect to liaise with the Engineers, Stonemasons and City Council Heritage staff working on the strengthening and restoration of this highly significant site.