Cox Architecture is looking to fill several positions in its Sydney office.
The studio is looking for a senior lead architects/designers to join the team, including a transport lead (rail and/or aviation).
AECOM is also expanding its Sydney team. It’s partnering with the Great Barrier Reef Foundation to develop and implement the Resilient Reefs project that’s empowering people to take local action to build the resilience of coral reefs, and is hiring a senior environmental planner – impact assessment based in Sydney.
Sustainable Future Group, a global sustainability consultancy, has appointed Tony Watson as partner in a bid to expand its global reach into emerging markets.
He joins the consultancy from engineering firm WSP, where he was national infrastructure sustainability lead for Australian and New Zealand. He also formerly been the head of infrastructure and sustainability at Barangaroo.
As well as the $6 billion urban renewal of Barangaroo in Sydney, he’s been involved in the Sydney Metro project, Queens Wharf Brisbane, ARTIC Inland Rail, Newcastle Light Rail, City Rail Link Auckland and the development of the IS International rating tool.
Evolve Housing has nabbed a new chief executive officer from the Manly Warringah Football Club.
The club’s CEO Lyall Gorman will replace Andrea Galloway who is stepping down as managing director and CEO on 20 May after eight years at the community housing provider.
He’s headed up various football clubs and has joined the Association of Independent Schools NSW and holds several non-executive roles including deputy president of the NSW Business Chamber, chairman of the Parramatta Parklands Trust and is a director of Cricket NSW.
Victoria Black is leaving the Committee for Sydney and taking on a new leadership role at WSP Australia and New Zealand with the clients, markets and brand team. She was formerly director of partnerships at the committee.