December 2, 2014 – Ross Reynolds has joined HDR | Rice Daubney—HDR’s design studio in Sydney, Australia—as the director of business development. In this role, Ross is responsible for developing new business strategies, maintaining and establishing client relationships, and strengthening the firm’s presence in the healthcare, research, defense, commercial, and retail + mixed-use markets.
“We’ve been a part of the HDR family for a year and we’re very excited about the future,” said Stephen Auld, Director of Operations at HDR | Rice Daubney. “Ross will play a key role in helping us communicate our global design reputation to our local clients and expand our expertise and reputation for excellence in new markets. His understanding of the Australian property market coupled with his commitment to quality, innovation, and design excellence make him a very welcomed addition to our team.”
Ross brings more than 30 years’ experience as a business development professional. Throughout his career, he has developed a proven track record of developing and leading successful project pursuits and implementing strategies for increasing revenue streams. At HDR | Rice Daubney, he will work closely with market sector directors to do the same, increasing the firm’s involvement in influential building and development projects throughout Australia.
About HDR Rice Daubney
Sydney-based Rice Daubney, one of Australia’s leading architectural practices, joined HDR in 2013. For more than 35 years, the practice has been a key player in the Australian design community, having designed award-winning buildings including 1 Denison, Coca-Cola Place North Sydney, the Queen Victoria Building, the NRMA Tower 388 George Street, Rouse Hill Town Centre, and the Wollongong Central Expansion. At the 2014 World Architecture Festival, the HDR | Rice Daubney-designed Chris O’Brien Lifehouse was named the “Best Health Project” in the world. Learn more at hdrricedaubney.com