Fulton Trotter Architects looks to the future with new Directors

Fulton Trotter Architects, celebrating 70 years of architectural practice, is appointing five new Directors. Associate Directors Ryan Loveday, Justine Ebzery, Paul Sekava, Katerina Dracopoulos and Nathan Hildebrandt, have a long association with the practice and bring a diverse range of skills across the health, education and aged care sectors to the existing ownership team.

Appointment of the new Directors reflects the practice’s forward looking ethos and pride in a strong internal culture where everyone is valued and supported to reach their full potential.

Associate Director, Justine Ebzery, says, “All five Associate Directors, myself included, started with Fulton Trotter early in our careers and have benefited enormously from the practice’s positive culture and mentorship from our existing Directors.”

“We are all proud of our 70 year history and excited to be part of shaping the future of the practice,” she says.

Associate Director, Katerina Dracopoulos, says, “Our reputation is built on a solid history of good work, great relationships and strong ethics underpinned by our commitment to creating beautiful architecture that enriches people’s lives both individually and collectively.”

She continues, “As proud as we are of what this practice has already built, we look forward to surprising ourselves with where this journey will take us.”

Director, Paul Trotter, welcomes the new Directors.

“We are looking to the future and these five outstanding individuals were the obvious choice for the next phase of this practice,” he says.

“They each bring with them a unique, complementary skill set in design, management and BIM technology that will consolidate and further develop the trust and talent of our existing ownership team,” Paul says.