GroupGSA has announced three key leadership appointments; Liam Higginbotham, Janine Graves and Jenna Keyes have all been appointed as associate directors.
Liam Higginbotham has been promoted from associate to associate director. He has been leading and facilitating engagement with key multinational clients to develop critical strategic accommodation briefs and innovative benchmark design solutions. His portfolio of recognised projects includes Heinemann Duty-Free Sydney International Airport, Stone and Chalk, Rabobank, UTS Institute for Sustainable Futures workplace, QBE workplace and Ernst and Young ‘Wavespace’.
With over 17 years of experience in architectural practice, both in Australia and in the UK, Janine Graves has recently been promoted from associate to associate director at GroupGSA. She specialises in social infrastructure, commercial, adaptive re-use and residential, and has worked on several award-winning developments, including ‘NSW Police Urban Design Strategies’ for multiple sites, FRNSW Pyrmont Fire Station, Fire + Rescue NSW Headquarters, Greenacre, NSW Police Force Justice Precinct Business Case Sydney, and Defence Housing Association Botany Road Residential Development, Waterloo.
GroupGSA has also welcomed a new hire, Jenna Keyes, associate director for Urban Design. Jenna brings over 12 years of industry experience and a wealth of knowledge to her new role. Her key expertise lies in large urban renewal precincts, applied research and thought leadership. She is currently working on the Sydney Science Park project. Other notable projects she worked on before joining GroupGSA include Ivanhoe Estate, Charles Street Square Strategy and the Victoria Harbour Masterplan, Melbourne Docklands.
Pictured (left to right): Jenna Keyes, Janine Graves and Liam Higginbotham. Image credit: GroupGSA