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Announcing the appointment of new Associates

August, 2017

We are pleased to announce the recent promotions of Ngaio Chalmers and Kesha Chakhvorostov to Associates, and Liz Kuiper’s elevation to Senior Associate. These three valued team members each contribute a unique knowledge base, approach and core focus to the ClarkeHopkinsClarke team, and all demonstrate outstanding leadership and passion in their work.

Ngaio Chalmers joined our team seven years ago, and has since worked closely with Partner Dean Landy within our Retail and Mixed Use sector. With a strong interest in community outcomes, Ngaio has developed a key specialisation in mixed use and community infrastructure projects.

Kesha Chakhvorostov is a more recent addition to the ClarkeHopkinsClarke team, joining our Education sector in 2014. With a keen interest in designing spaces to inspire and support learners of all ages and abilities, Kesha has worked with diverse communities on significant new education facilities.

Liz Kuiper has been with ClarkeHopkinsClarke for 11 years, and in the role of associate since 2014. As a key member of our Education sector, Liz demonstrates a strong capacity for both design and project leadership, working across a diverse portfolio of education projects.

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