McCormick leaves HASSELL to Sharp

THE managing principal of prominent Perth architecture and planning firm HASSELL, Tony McCormick, will relocate to Sydney in mid February to establish the HASSELL Sustainable Futures Unit. Landscape architect and current principal Andy Sharp will take over as managing principal in Perth. Mr McCormick said he was looking forward to the challenge of bringing together the new and existing resources of the firm to focus on key strategic and policy level projects. HASSELL is currently involved with some of WA’s biggest public and private sector projects, including the One40William office and retail complex above the William Street train station, Fiona Stanley Hospital at Murdoch, Rendezvous Observation City hotel redevelopment, and Bunbury’s Stirling Centre redevelopment. Mr McCormick said Caroline Diesner would continue to be responsible for interior design, Chris Melson for planning, John Crabtree for architecture and Anna Chauval for landscape architecture. Resident director Peter Lee will continue to mentor the team and have a major role in the studio’s strategic direction as well as mixed-use and commercial projects.

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