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Lara-Ann Liebenberg

Lara-Ann Liebenberg

Architectural Technologist
National Diploma Architectural Technology, Bachelor Degree Architectural Technology (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, ZA).

Lara-Ann started her career as an Architectural Technologist in 2000 at the Austin Company—London, UK (2.5 years duration). She was a part of an integrated team of architects & engineers in the design and documentation of pharmaceutical R&D laboratories, offices, conference and facilities.

Adendorff Architects & Interior Consultants—Port Elizabeth, ZA (2.5 years): Residential houses—Turn-Key building and interior design solutions to local and international clients. Corporate & commercial including KPMG—Interior remodelling, Volkswagen head office—Interior remodelling. Boutique hotel renovations, Midline, Leaves, Greece.  

PRP Architects—Surrey, UK (2.5 years) as project lead. Responsible for the documentation, co-ordination and site supervision of care homes, extra care housing and day care for adults with learning disabilities for the Bath & North East Somerset Council.

The Matrix Urban Designers & Architects—Port Elizabeth, ZA (6 years) as part of diverse project teams responsible for a wide range of urban and architectural projects including: Goven Mbeki Avenue Upgrade—Inner city urban renewal—Helenvale Precinct Plan, Port Elizabeth. Mount Road South African Police Service Upgrade—St Johns Methodist Church, Additions, Port Elizabeth. Proposed Coega Skills Development Center—Uitenhage Market Square Upgrade, Uitenhage. Motherwell Stadium, Additions—Van der Kemps Kloof Nature Reserve, Edu Centre & Picnic Facilities. House Herholdt, New Dwelling, Little Walmer Golf Estate, Port Elizabeth—Award: 2011 ECIA Commendation. Pearson Conservatory Restoration—Awards: 2011 ECIA Regional Award of Merit, 2012 SAIA Award of Merit. South Campus Student Housing (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University), Port Elizabeth. Multi Storey Student Accommodation Units (284 students) Gross floor area: 8354sqm. Project Value: +/- R120 million. 

Giles Harden Jones Architects —Subiaco, WA (1.5 year). Contractual services provided including the production of concept/design proposals, DA documentation, tender and construction documentation for townhouses, apartments and restaurant.