Meet our Business Manager and Thermal Performance Assessor:
Paul worked as a structural engineer for 6 years on a myriad of projects including residential, commercial, institutional, multi unit residences and multi-storey carparks.
In 2012 Paul moved into civil engineering - co-ordinating services and interface for buildings with their surrounding built environment. He became a master of vehicle turning circles, carparks, drainage, waste management, grading as well as TCCS and ICON water liasion and co-ordination.
Then, in 2019 and after renovating our own home, Paul decided he would like to help others to improve the quality of residential housing. He took the leap and left engineering to join Reine at Light House Architecture and Science working across both the design and science teams.
He quickly became proficient in the use of the architectural 3D programming software Revit and soon was expanding its functionality via Dynamo and the Revit Api (using the C# programming language).
He also enjoys delving into the legislation and construction code requirements of residential buildings and last year worked closely with Reine designing, documenting and detailing two complex bushfire rebuilds in Rosedale.
He attended the national bushfire conference in 2020 to develop his understanding of bushfire design requirements.
Paul has completed his ATTMA level 1 air leakage assessor exam and his cert IV in energy efficiency and sustainability.
Education + Licences
B. Engineering (Civil Engineering) USYD 2006
Top structural engineering thesis in NSW 2005
Certificate IV in energy efficiency and sustainability 2021
COLA ACT Energy Assessor #20211880 - 2021
Qualifications + Courses
Hero 101 Accreditation (EER software)
White card - ACT OH+S Construction induction
Revit Architecture fundamentals plus
Revit API programming course
ATTMA level 1 Air leakage exam
2020 Australian bushfire building conference
Reine and Paul have a 6 year old daughter and 3 year old son.
They live in a 1960's courtyard home in Scullin with 2 dachshunds (Pepper and Fudge) and 3 chickens.
On weekends they can be found slowly landscaping their large garden, adventuring in the Snowy Mountains, enjoying trips to the beach or skiing during winter.