Lead designers make a start on Chinatown Revitalisation

Written on the 13 April 2017

Lead designers make a start on Chinatown Revitalisation

The revitalisation of Chinatown has officially commenced following the appointment of lead designers who have recently completed the first round of strategic planning events with key stakeholders in Broome.

The final piece to proceed with all aspects of major planning and development, the revitalisation team includes a place making expert (Andrew Howe), public realm architect (Scott Lang), civil engineer (Brian Farrell) and environmental specialist (Darren Walsh).  They join the already appointed team of project manager (Lyle Robertson), Chinatown investment and development coordinator (Jeremy Macmath) and communications and engagement manager (Andre Veder).

The newly appointed team will be responsible for detailed design, interdisciplinary coordination, ensuring compliance with technical and design standards, and seeking design approval from authorities.



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