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NEWS 2014

Dino Vrynios - Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellow 2014

4 November 2014

A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Dino Vrynios who was awarded the 2014 Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship last Friday. The Fellowship will allow Dino to travel interstate and overseas to study modular construction. 


His particular interest lies in the advances that are being made in modular construction that can be adapted for commercial, infrastructure and residential projects.  This, he believes will encourage South Australia to become an incubator for the development of future building technologies.

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Introducing Sam Jeyaseelan

7 October 2014

GGA would like to introduce its newest team member, Sam Jeyaseelan. 

Samuel came to architecture after a successful career as practising dentist, working in public and private practice, clinical management and dental education. He brings from this an eye for detail, and the ability to work collaboratively with clients and stakeholders across a broad range of backgrounds.

Architecture & Design

30 June 2014

More merger news! Architecture & Design writes, "the merger of Grieve Gillett and Dimitty Andersen Architects will bring together over forty years of award-winning, multidisciplinary architecture.

Effective 1 July 2014, the new company will be known as Grieve Gillett + Dimitty Andersen Architects (GGDAA) with directors Steve Grieve and Paul Gillett welcoming Dimitty Andersen and her staff into the fold."

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Architecture firms to merge - The Advertiser

26 June 2014

Did you catch the merger news in the Advertiser yesterday? 

"Leading South Australian architecture firms Grieve Gillett and Dimity Andersen [Architects] are merging from July 1. 
The newly badged firm Grieve Gillett Andersen would be based with the 22 staff already at the Grieve Gillett offices in Pirie Street, Adelaide.

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Media Release: Grieve Gillett and Dimitty Andersen Architects to merge

25 June 2014

Both Grieve Gillett and Dimitty Andersen Architects have developed a reputation for design excellence, quality and service by producing many well-known, award winning projects in South Australia and maintaining longstanding relationships with their clients.


Award-winning architecture firms to merge

23 June 2014

From the 1st of July 2014, Grieve Gillett and Dimitty Andersen Architects will operate as a new merged architectural office combining over forty years of award winning, multidisciplinary practice.


The new company will be rebadged as Grieve Gillett + Dimitty Andersen Architects, read more in an exclusive interview with InDaily to discuss the merger. 

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