Gray Puksand announces the appointment of Chris Scoble and Dale O’Brien as associates.
Chris Scoble is a project leader who has taken a key role in education and commercial projects over his eight years with Gray Puksand. Dale O’Brien is an interior designer focussed on leading workspace, retail and commercial refurbishment projects.
Describing Chris as an integral member of Gray Puksand’s education team, partner Stephen Turner said he is currently delivering the new South Melbourne Park primary school, Prahran High School, Kyneton Education Precinct and Public Private Partnerships in Education.
Commenting on Dale O’Brien’s passion for design, partner Heidi Smith said his skills enable him to produce work at the cutting edge of design. She added that he inspired everyone from graduates through to the most accomplished designers at Gray Puksand, with the firm regularly drawing on his experience developed over the last 17 years across a wide range of commercial, workspace, retail and hospitality projects.
Among Dale’s recent accomplishments was Metro Trains’ new workspace in Docklands Melbourne. He is also coordinating Shaw Contract Design Lab’s new collaborative and showroom space on Church Street, Richmond, which is set to launch at Melbourne Indesign on 12 and 13 August.
With offices in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, and a 100-strong architecture, interior design and graphic design team, Gray Puksand’s growth is the result of an expanding number of new educational, commercial and retail projects.