Tim leads AECOM’s Cities group across Australia and New Zealand, which seeks to identify and make possible critical urban and social infrastructure opportunities within major cities across the region. Through the application of independent research, Tim is focused and passionate about driving broad, integrated strategies that attract people and investment, and overcome financial and operational challenges for the benefit of the community.
Tim has worked on significant national and international integrated developments and master planning projects in Australia, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. He has built a team focused on developing forward-thinking urban policy and development strategies that underpin world-class infrastructure that enhances the environment, equity, and economy of our cities.
Most recently Tim is focused on; the Fishermans Bend Employment and innovation District in Melbourne, the Melbourne Cricket Ground Deck Concept project, also in Melbourne, and is a proud member of the Creative Director team for the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
The projects he peruses are typified by an engagement with strategic ideals relevant to the future of our cities and evolution of contemporary life. His focus is on the development and leadership of a highly charged design team focused on finding practical and evocative solutions to complex urban design issues. In reality Tim understands that these aspirations need to find ground in conceptual applications to real projects within the practice of landscape architecture and urban design.