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Samantha Peart started a new role as Global Head of Sustainability within the Architecture, Design and Urbanism practice Hasselrising from the post of Senior Director of Special Projects at the Victorian Government’s Property Development Agency Victoria Development.

She has led sustainable design innovation in 20 different countries, working in large-scale infrastructure, high-end commercial establishments, residences, healthcare facilities, galleries, retail developments and university campuses.

“What excites me most about this role is ensuring that sustainability practices are part of the DNA of Hassell processes,” said Ms. Peart. She will be based in Melbourne, Victoria.

Jack Manning was appointed sustainability manager in Australia at an engineering company Norman Disney and Young. Based in Melbourne, he has over 10 years’ experience in the built environment, including Green Building Council of Australia and more recently in a multinational construction company Laing O’Rourke.

Professor Josh Byrne had been named Curtin University first Dean of Sustainable Futures in the Faculty of Humanities. He will be based in Perth, WA.

The ABC’s Gardening Australia The host is a respected environmental scientist, researcher, author and sustainability expert with extensive research and industry experience in urban design and development.

“Curtin has an excellent reputation for sustainability in research, teaching and outreach,” Professor Byrne said. “As Dean, I am committed to working closely with teaching and research staff, industry and stakeholders to build on this success.”

Chandni Mishra started to First investors of the Sentier as the company’s senior sustainability executive, having served AMP Capital for more than three years. The Sydney-based project manager has experience in construction and government administration focusing on energy efficiency, environmental awareness, green building, project management and sustainability.

Sustainable design engineer Tim Bush has been appointed sustainability manager for Asia-Pacific data center design at Amazon Web Servicesafter nearly six years of sustainable development at Norman Disney & Young. Mr. Bush has over 15 years of experience in sustainable design and is based in Melbourne.

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