Rebecca received a Bachelor of Architecture degree with Honours from the University of Western Australia in 2005, which included studies in Italy. Rebecca has extensive experience in management and coordination of large-scale Health Architecture Projects at Silver Thomas Hanley. She is a talented Design Architect who has applied her skills over several complex, technical projects to achieve outstanding results. Her ability to resolve complex problems with a thorough and considered approach makes her an invaluable member of our team.
Rebecca has a passion for modern design aesthetic and detail and carries this through to her project work. Her previous experience in high end residential design and fit out, as well as commercial architecture has built her a diverse portfolio of high-quality projects.
As Project Architect responsible for delivering the complex St John of God Redevelopment, Rebecca has applied her expertise to ensure the careful planning and staging of this project to avoid disruption to the hospital operation and eliminate any construction impact on patients. This development included the delivery of; 8 new operating rooms, 10 new ICU beds, a new Ward tower, new central energy plant and back of house services, a new CSSD and a large new medical centre. The successful outcome of this project is a testament to Rebecca’s excellent communication and planning skills.
Offering significant input to the majority of Health Architecture projects by the practice, Rebecca was involved on the Fiona Stanley project completing documentation for the Mental Health building which required a very specific approach to detailing and design. Most recently Rebecca has been involved with delivering the Warren Health Service project in Manjimup, both BMW and WACHS have commended the outstanding outcome of this project.