Senior Associate, RAIA
"My job is to create outcomes our clients never dreamed possible."
In the retail and commercial sector, there are few more passionate and knowledgeable than Teddy Chung. People say that Teddy ‘just gets it’. He makes it his business to understand each client’s commercial imperatives and then focuses on proactively adding value to every project.
Teddy provides a highly desired continuity in both leadership and delivery. Being involved in a project from the initial conceptualisation phase through to its eventual delivery on-site, he ensures that the project vision is realised in the end product.
Teddy genuinely approaches challenges as opportunities. He is particularly skilled at distilling a complex set of parameters into a singular vision and then translating it in simple terms. This is of particular importance for the masterplanning of town centres and large mixed-use projects, which require in-depth consultation and communication with a wide range of stakeholders, including members of the local community, councils, government bodies, and project partners.
Teddy has been a key member of the ClarkeHopkinsClarke team for over 15 years. He is a mentor, a leader and a coach within the business and is particularly revered for his unparalleled technical skills. He leads our documentation team in the production of contract documentation for many of our major projects and was responsible for the development of the ClarkeHopkinsClarke CAD infrastructure.
Nestled on a green leafy street in the established suburb of Mont Albert, Zetland Apartments was created with space and comfort top of mind. The selection of boutique residences, each with generous terrace, floor to ceiling glazing and spacious interiors draws in plenty of natural light and leafy vistas.
The Village Warralily
Armstrong Creek is an evolving masterplanned community located directly between Geelong and Barwon Heads. Its vision to become a vibrant, liveable and sustainable community is underpinned by the delivery of major infrastructure and services.
Retail centre landlords are heavily re-weighting their tenant profiles towards supermarkets and non-discretionary retail to stave off the threat of e-commerce.