Mark has been involved in the building and construction industry for over 25 years and is a founding member of Aldanmark. He has extensive knowledge and experience in precast and tensioned concrete structures, and steel frame design.
Mark enjoys overcoming the challenges faced in the design and project management of large scale government, corporate and private developments in the sectors of education, health, and accommodation.
Daniel is a founding member of Aldanmark and has a solid understanding of building and construction having been a carpenter and builder in his early years. This practical experience allows him to provide buildable and cost efficient solutions and arms him with technical know-how that he loves to share with our clients.
Daniel has a passion for building and construction, enjoys seeing his designs come to life, and maintains inspiration in the fact the each day and each project is unique.
Alan was registered as an architect in 1966 and worked for the Victorian State government for 16 Years. Alan was head of Building and Architecture Studies at TAFE Tasmania for 25 years and boasts 40 year’s experience in the building industry as an architect, builder and teacher. He is accredited as a Certified Building Practitioner in the category of Architect.
Matthew has widespread knowledge of building materials and construction methodology which allows him to take a holistic approach right from the concept stage and which helps to ensure the overall success of the project. He is highly experienced in the areas of structural, civil and hydraulic design and is primarily focused on large architectural commercial and industrial buildings.Matthew continuously challenges himself through his pursuit of learning new concepts, technologies and ideas. He enjoys transferring this knowledge to less experienced employees through mentoring and development activities.
Tim is motivated by the opportunities for problem solving and being able to provide solutions that complement architectural design and detail. Tim has successfully led multi-discipline national and international teams on various projects including private residential properties, educational and medical facilities, and large multistorey tower blocks.Tim is keen on building interpersonal relationships and actively collaborates with the project team to provide construction methodologies that overcome challenges such as difficult site geology and procurement optimisation. Tim was the principle engineer on the 2016 Australian Engineering Excellence Award winning University of Tasmania (UTAS) Inveresk project.