Kate Luckraft joins team in winning national award

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Kate Luckraft joins team in winning national award
Sydney studio director Kate Luckraft was part of a team that received The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) award for the design of the transformed public domain of Darling Harbour.   The project, known as Darling Quarter was commissioned by Lend Lease and SHFA and designed in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team from some of the most reputable firms in the construction industry – Lend Lease, FJMT Architects, Arup, Davenport Campbell and Partners, and Ego. Darling Quarter is a distinctive project not only for achievements in innovative design and construction but in the unusually high number of women who have contributed to its success. Kate and the other women occupied key roles and were instrumental in driving the project towards achieving a common goal – to create a development that is widely recognised a leader in design, construction and the public realm. Kate led the design development and construction of the public domain which includes an innovative play space as the centre piece of the project. Darling Quarter opens to the public on 24 September 2011.   Discover more about the project by clicking here.   Return to News