CGRAMW is pleased to announce Renaye Peters has joined the practice as Director.
Renaye brings over 25 years of infrastructure experience and has worked on major precincts and projects. Ms Peters is known for her ability to offer innovative approaches to complex and sensitive tasks.
CGRAMW Managing Director Bruce Wolfe described the appointment as a major coup for the business.
“Renaye understands architecture, development and clients, and her expertise in market analysis and insight into what it takes to build and sustain a business will go a long way to securing the ongoing success of the business” he said
Ms Peters said she is looking forward to working with the team to build the knowledge base and leverage it globally.
“The history of Conrad Gargett Riddel AMW is captured in some of our nation’s most iconic buildings, both new and old,” she said.
Renaye serves on a number of boards and committees including Chair of the Queensland Government Precinct Advisory Committee, Brisbane City Council Infrastructure Committee, the Urban Land Development Authority and the University of Queensland Senate.