Crosier Scott Architects (CSA) is delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Botterill as Director.
Mark has been an Associate with CSA for five years and has extensive project management, construction and client liaison experience that will enhance the CSA leadership team and allow the practice to continue on its path of growth into the future.
CSA has over 60 years’ experience in delivering successful projects across Australia and understands that the best architectural outcomes are achieved through trust and collaboration. The CSA team’s commitment to projects and client relationships has seen them evolve into the enthusiastic and thriving design practice they are today.
“I’m excited to be working amongst some of the most creative and forward-thinking designers in Australian architecture right now. We have an incredible team at CSA and some amazing clients too. I look forward to helping drive the business forward as it evolves into the future” said Botterill.
Originally from the UK, Mark gained invaluable experience managing his own architectural practice working primarily within the retail and restaurant sectors. He has since translated and adapted this knowledge across numerous industry sectors to provide diverse and contemporary input on projects across a range of multi-disciplinary projects since joining Crosier Scott.
Mark has an enviable ability to see the big picture of every building he works on, from detailed design to the overall end product. He enjoys being a part of the changing mindset within educational and aged care architecture, championing good design to provide quality outcomes.
Mark’s involvement in all aspects of a project has given him a considerable depth of knowledge across project design and documentation, coordinating consultants, tenders and project administration. He has a strong knowledge of statutory regulations and requirements and is steering CSA’s efforts when it comes to staff development and research efforts within the practice.
Mark is currently involved in the design and delivery of numerous educational and seniors living developments across Victoria and is excited about taking on the challenge of a leadership role within CSA’s growing studio, being particularly keen to help build the diverse and progressive culture within the practice.