Warren and Mahoney appoint Health Specialist

Warren and Mahoney has announced the
appointment of Tessa Kingsbury in the
newly created role of Senior Health
Specialist for the international architectural
design practice’s growing Health Sector team.
Ms Kingsbury has 25 years’ of international
experience, working across complex and
large-scale projects to deliver health strategy
and design. Most recently, she played a key
role on the multi-disciplinary, global team
that collaborated to deliver Phase 1 of the
14,000 room, 349,000m² University Hospital
in Montreal, Canada – Centre hospitalier de
l’Universite de Montreal.
She has also been involved the $200 million
Mount Hagen Regional Hospital redevelopment
in Papua New Guinea, the $1.5 billion children’s
hospital in South Brisbane, the $360 million
Midland hospital campus in Western Australia
and the $410 million Mackay Base Hospital
redevelopmentin Queensland.
She comes to Warren and Mahoney from her
own consulting company where she provided
independent architectural services for various
projects and clients, and previously worked as
Director in Health with Woods Bagot.
Warren and Mahoney’s health team is
working on projects across Australasia
including the new 62,000m², 10-storey
Christchurch Hospital Acute Services
Building due for completion at the end of
2018.