Andrew Crutcher

  • Architectural Assistant
  • Sydney

“As a sports fan of all things competitive I have given my hand to most sports, describing myself as an all-rounder and by no means outstanding at any sport I have had many triumphs and failures. In particular playing for England school boys against South Africa at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town and taking a hat-trick, only going on to lose that series 2-1 was a particular highlight. Additionally and not typically an athletic sport, rather closely associated with English pubs, but a sport none-the-less hitting a 180 in darts was a particular highlight of my adult sporting career. As a farmer’s son I grew up hunting game (also a sport) however as shown by the more controversial sport of clay pigeon shooting I am still unable to hit a moving target, enjoyable as it is I have subsequently retired since moving to Australia.

Further to this as an avid England supporter watching England triumph again and again over the Aussies (of late), notably Jonny Wilkinson’s drop goal, any Ashes series and the recent Lions tour down under have been particular highlights for me.”

Andrew moved from England to Australia in 2012 and joined Populous in September 2013. He is currently working on the seating bowl design for the International Convention Centre and Theatre as part of the SICEEP development in Darling Harbour. His role as a building coordinator is to document and develop the seating bowl as part of a wider team working on the overall building design.

“As a sports fan of all things competitive I have given my hand to most sports, describing myself as an all-rounder and by no means outstanding at any sport I have had many triumphs and failures. In particular playing for England school boys against South Africa at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town and taking a hat-trick, only going on to lose that series 2-1 was a particular highlight. Additionally and not typically an athletic sport, rather closely associated with English pubs, but a sport none-the-less hitting a 180 in darts was a particular highlight of my adult sporting Read More »

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