Press release: Allen Jack+Cottier Embraces new talent

Press release: Allen Jack+Cottier Embraces new talent

7.08.06

"These changes recognise the immense talent available across all levels of the practice, especially among our younger architects and designers,” says Glynn. “Their energy and commitment means we are in a position to always approach our work with fresh ideas.”

Allen Jack+Cottier’s recent appointment of three new Associates and seven Senior Associates reveals a practice embracing the future by rewarding its people – from emerging talents to familiar faces.

For Managing Director, Glynn Evans, the Associate appointments of Cindy Ch’ng, Matthew McNeil and Fergus Cumming is representative of the practice’s flexible approach to change, enhancing 50 years of experience with the creativity of new contributors.

Urban designer and new Associate, Cindy Ch’ng has played a key role in a range of high-profile projects including the Royal Newcastle Hospital site masterplan for Landcom, and the urban design framework for the Sports Precinct at Sydney Olympic Park.

Matthew McNeil and Fergus Cumming are currently members of the Rouse Hill Town Centre Architects Team, progressing design on a new town centre in Sydney’s northwest. Fergus describes the Associate appointment as a “positive platform” for meeting new challenges.