B.Arch, University of Auckland
Registered Architect (AERB) #1999
Member of NZIA (ANZIA)
Green Star Accredited Professional (NZGSAP)
With his excellent relationship management skills and ability to lead diverse project teams and respond to user needs, Dominic has developed successful long-term working relationships with clients and industry professionals throughout New Zealand.
He has 18 years’ architectural practice experience across a range of project types and scales, including civic and community projects, commercial offices and most recently sports and recreation facilities such as the $28.5 million Home of Cycling (Avantidrome) in Cambridge.
After gaining his architecture degree from the University of Auckland, he travelled extensively throughout the Middle East and Asia, gaining valuable exposure to a diverse array of architecture and art. Dominic lived in London for a number of years, working as a design architect on commercial and mixed-use developments in the historically sensitive financial district and the redeveloping Kings Cross area.
Since returning to New Zealand he has gained a broad range of experience leading teams to deliver some important regional projects, from initial stages of master planning and stakeholder consultation through to final implementation.
Dominic is a NZ Green Building Council Green Star Accredited Professional, and has given guest lectures at The University of Waikato, WINTEC, and to the local branch of the Property Council.