Billard Leece Partnership announces new leadership team

Billard Leece Partnership announces new leadership team
Billard Leece Partnership announces new leadership team

Australian architecture firm Billard Leece Partnership has announced a new leadership team as part of an executive restructure developed by the board.

The new team will feature 12 principals and 11 associates with Tara Veldman appointed as managing director.

Veldman established BLP’s Sydney office over a decade ago, building the studio to 70 staff with a range of health, schools and tertiary projects.

In her new position, Veldman hopes that she can assist BLP on shaping the future of Australian social infrastructure.

“We design for a healthy world. We are focused on re-envisaging hospitals, health hubs, education precincts, high tech research labs, residential communities and continuing to pioneer new ways of working”, she said.

BLP has been operating for 25 years, now with a 130-strong team with offices in Melbourne and Sydney.

The company’s board sees Ron Billard, Mark Mitchell and Adam Muggleton joining Veldman, with non-executive directors, Tim Shannon and David Tregoning.

The leading architecture firm has delivered many award-winning projects, including the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, the University of Sydney Health Precinct and the Hong Kong’s Children’s Hospital.

Their projects are now valued up to $2 billion and is currently engaged in the planning of the Children’s Hospital Westmead and the Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick projects.

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