Robert McGauran

Robert McGauran

Architect

Rob McGauran's skills are in master planning, design of mixed-use, inclusive community activity nodes, affordable housing, sustainable transport and sustainable architecture. Most recently he has led the masterplans for Monash University Caulfield and Clayton campuses and the Urban Design Framework for the University of Tasmania.

His built projects are known for their innovation, relevance to contemporary issues and community focus. Rob is a former member of the Priority Development Panel, Chair of the ARBV, and Chapter and National Councillor of the AIA. In 1999, he was awarded an AIA Life Fellowship and in 2010 a VPELA fellowship.

He has had major design commentary and coordination roles including Chair of Sullivan's Cove Hobart Design Advisory Panel, Board member responsible for the Property Portfolio for Housing Choices Australia and University Architect for Monash University. He has acted as an expert witness at VCAT and provided urban design and expert advice to the Planning Minister, Government Agencies and Local Government . He is an experienced advocate when managing community consultation and government partnership processes.

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