ACA – Qld / NT President
GPO Box 737
Brisbane, Qld 4001
1300 653 026
ABN 80 790 409 794
Your ACA experience is built on your engagement to connect with other like-minded people in the profession, and to broaden your knowledge and skills through participation at events, webinars, roundtables, forums, and social activities.
Members step up to serve on the Committee of Management, which includes representatives from small, medium, and large practices. They volunteer their time to serve as leaders for the wider profession and are responsible for the branch’s activities, financial management and initiatives to advocate and cultivate meaningful change.
ACA – QLD / NT has conducted face-to-face activities such as lunch forums and site tours for many years. With COVID restrictions, the 2020 program was delivered through a series of webinars, enabling us to reach members throughout Queensland, Northern Territory and nationally. The program included:
ACA – QLD/NT has driven the annual National Salary Survey since 2013. This provides members with vital information about their position within the broader marketplace and develops important longitudinal data about architectural remuneration. The survey gathers data on 31 different roles, along with details on salary packages and conditions and geographic location. Architects are in a competitive market for both labour and projects, and the better informed we are the better we can strategise and respond.
The ACA is a leading industry body representing architectural practices to government and other organisations. We aim to raise the standing of the architectural profession in the broader community through our engagement with government and other industry bodies. Committee members are represented on a range of industry groups including:
Priority issues include:
We would like to thank our Corporate Partners for their ongoing support of the ACA QLD/NT branch and our activities. Some of our Corporate Partners offer a range of formal and informal CPD presentations. Contact them directly for their range of CPD presentations.
Robert Wesener (Fulton Trotter Architects)
David Porgand (Peddle Thorp)
Charmaine Kai (8i Architects)
Denis Waring (PW Architecture)
Carl Brooks (AB+M Architects)
Gilda Donegan (GHD Woodhead)
Kerri May, Bickerton Masters Architecture
David Frost (Cottee Parker Architects)
David Brian (dwp)
Steven Huntingford (Huntingford Architecture )
Immediate Past President
Mark Williams (Mark Williams Architects)
The ACA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters of Australia.