Brayden Goodwin

  • Senior Associate
  • Brisbane

“It was Friday the 28th of January 1994, I went with my father to the first day of the 3rd Test between Australia and South Africa at Adelaide Oval. The first South African tour of Australia in over 30 years. As a huge cricket fan I vividly remember the walk down to the oval from the city along King William Street, full of anticipation about my first visit to the ‘hallowed turf.’ Australia won the toss and elected to bat. Mark Taylor and Michael Slater came out the crease and the South Africans handed the ball to Alan Donald, who was widely considered to be the fastest bowler in the world. As he came in to deliver the first ball off of what seemed to be a gigantic run up, the crowd crescendoed and the ball went through to the keeper… No run. It was one of those live build up moments in sport, overflowing with excitement and bursting with energy. To this day I still love the first ball of every Test match.”

Brayden has 10 years’ experience in the industry having graduated from the University of Adelaide with both a Bachelor of Design Studies and a Bachelor of Architecture. Brayden is a registered Architect with the Architectural Practice Board of South Australia and the Board of Architects of Queensland.

As a Project Architect he has been responsible for client briefing, schematic design, service and structural coordination, design documentation, contract administration and on onsite services. In addition, Brayden has been responsible for managing documentation teams working in a BIM environment. He has extensive 3D software modelling experience and actively uses both Rhino and REVIT.

Brayden is a dedicated professional with a desire to enhance the built environment. He is committed to working with clients, consultants and the design team to ensure that each project brief is responded to through exemplary design solutions and documentation.

“It was Friday the 28th of January 1994, I went with my father to the first day of the 3rd Test between Australia and South Africa at Adelaide Oval. The first South African tour of Australia in over 30 years. As a huge cricket fan I vividly remember the walk down to the oval from the city along King William Street, full of anticipation about my first visit to the ‘hallowed turf.’ Australia won the toss and elected to bat. Mark Taylor and Michael Slater came out the crease and the South Africans handed the ball to Read More »

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