It is with great pleasure that we congratulate Yau Nga on successfully becoming a registered Architect in Victoria.
Yau Nga joined BC as a student before graduating from the Master of Architecture program at the University of Melbourne. During her time at BC she has had the opportunity to gain experience working on commercial, high-end residential and educational projects. Being involved in all phases of a project from design, client and consultant liaison to project delivery assisted her in completing her minimum of 3300 hours over period of at least 2 years in logged practical experience. This is Part 1 of a 3-part process in becoming a registered architect. Before being approved by the Architects Board, she undertook parts 2 and 3 including a national written exam and a formal interview by registered practitioners.
Yau is currently working in our education sector on primary, secondary and special schools; she has developed a passion for flexible learning spaces that represent contemporary educational thinking. She is inspired to continue learning about new products and design techniques in order to help surpass the clients’ expectations and her own. By pushing herself and learning from her experiences, Yau Nga hopes to continue developing in her roles at BC.
Outside of work, Yau Nga continues to be actively involved in the industry as a construction and urban design tutor at affiliated colleges of the University of Melbourne. She has also completed the Living Building Challenge Induction Certificate and has a keen interest in environmental issues.
Again, it’s with great pleasure that we congratulate Yau Nga on her accomplishments and are extremely proud to have her as part of the BC team.