Warwick's approach to projects is based on an integrated understanding of green infrastructure in urban environments, and a thorough knowledge of living architecture, ecological design, integrated water cycle management, water sensitive urban design, building thermal performance, and structural capacity.
Warwick has been pivotal in realising the performance requirements for various green roof, wall and façade projects and the design outcomes of major engineering elements within such designs. In his current role he has initiated the development of a sustainability working group which oversees the implementation of sustainability initiatives practice wide.
Warwick is a former member of the Technical Reference Group on the Growing Green Guide for Melbourne, and has completed the feasibility assessment for demonstration sites for green roofs, walls and facades as an adjunct to this.
He also presented green infrastructure design solutions at two ‘Greening Cities’ Conferences, the World Green Roof Congress in Copenhagen, and the Making Cities Livable Conferences, and at the 9th International Urban Design Congress on Living Architecture in Singapore.