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Architectural Project Leader Megan Berry is the lucky winner

Architectural Project Leader Megan Berry is the lucky winner

Our Architectural Project Leader Megan Berry is the lucky winner hashtag#Larkindustries) of the final Lark Industries and Lappset Group Oy and Yalp | sports and play equipment – European Study Tour prize at our Play & Exercise Insights 2020 and Beyond speaker event at hashtag#TheEmporium Brisbane. Congratulations Megan and be sure o bring a beanie! https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6533840594660401152/

Southport Priority Development Area Scheme 7 years on

Southport Priority Development Area Scheme 7 years on

The Southport PDA or Priority Development Area, is a planning scheme that sits under the Gold Coast city plan and was created to stimulate development in the Southport area to strengthen the CBD. The vision for the PDA was to deliver the growth and diversification of economic activity and services, to provide for a diverse range of […]

Downsizing: driving developers to rethink how they design projects

Downsizing: driving developers to rethink how they design projects

The 2017 movie ‘Downsizing’ addresses the problem of over population by providing an absurd solution, shrinking human beings. By going through one very safe and simple medical procedure Matt Damon’s character Paul is shrunk down to the size of a Star Wars figurine approximately 12 centimetres small. For those willing to make the ultimate irreversible […]

Hamilton Hayes Henderson Architects acknowledged as Community Champion 2018 Hear and Say

Hamilton Hayes Henderson Architects acknowledged as Community Champion 2018 Hear and Say

Hear and Say is a world-leading Paediatric Auditory-Verbal and cochlear implant centre. They have been teaching deaf children to listen and speak since 6 July, 1992. Founded by Brisbane Speech Pathologist Dr Dimity Dornan AO, Hear and Say’s name was chosen to emphasise that children living with hearing loss can learn to listen and speak. Our blue butterfly logo is a […]

HHH Profile Architectural Project Leader: Megan Berry

HHH Profile Architectural Project Leader: Megan Berry

This month we profile Architectural Project Leader Megan Berry  Post high school graduation the obvious career path for Megan was to become a teacher just like many of her close family members but after completing her three year undergraduate degree in maths and physics she felt creatively dim and that’s what became the spark to ignite her […]

Local architects design flexible employee travel | Workplace travel profile : HHH Architects

Local architects design flexible employee travel | Workplace travel profile : HHH Architects

Hamilton Hayes Henderson (HHH) Architects is located on the busy commuter thoroughfare, Ferry Road, Southport. To maximise productivity, HHH avoid travelling to external meetings during peak hours. They also offer informal and individual flexible work agreements, enabling HHH to retain valuable staff and attract better quality new employees.

HHH Architects Featured In the Association of Consulting Architects Australia Newsletter

HHH Architects Featured In the Association of Consulting Architects Australia Newsletter

Lessons Learned What are some of the most important business management lessons you have learned? At the core, managing a business is about managing people. We have members in our team who started working with the firm 30 years ago. Nurturing, encouraging and celebrating the skills and talents of our people has played a defining […]

Construction Update on Vue Broadbeach

Construction Update on Vue Broadbeach

Hutchinson Builders have made significant progress at Vue Broadbeach. All structural work below typical floors is now complete. Typical floor plate construction will commence in the New Year and will rise rapidly. Completion is on track for Q4 of 2019. Vue Broadbeach will be constructed with double-glazed floor-to-ceiling glass. What does this mean for you? Greater […]

HHH marks 4 decades shaping the coast – Gold Coast Bulletin Sat Nov 17th

HHH marks 4 decades shaping the coast – Gold Coast Bulletin Sat Nov 17th

We were featured in theSaturday Nov 17th  edition of the  Gold Coast Bulletin marking our 40th anniversary of helping shape the Gold Coast skyline. You can read the full article below See the article placement

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