Alexander & Lloyd Group

Architects and Project Managers for the Aid and Development Assistance Sector

People

Alexander & Lloyd Group (A&L) is a collaborative office combining the talents of a diverse group of design professionals from within the Asia Pacific Region. The practice is an active member of the Australian Institute of Architects and the Papua New Guinea Institute of Architects and staff and specialist consultants are encouraged to maintain and develop a diverse range of architectural, engineering and development assistance skills and interests.

Our staff and specialist consultants are familiar with working in multi-disciplinary consultant teams and are sensitive at all times to cross-cutting issues such as skills transfer, gender, the environment, disability inclusiveness, community development and procurement transparency. A&L actively promote the participation of women on their overseas projects. 100% of A&L’s admin staff and 50% of A&L’s technical staff in PNG are women. A&L were DFAT’s Principal Technical Advisor for the Australian Aid program’s “Accessibility Design Guide: Universal design principles for Australia’s Aid Program” which is a companion volume to “Development for All: Towards a disability-inclusive Australian aid program 2009-2014".

Architectural & Engineering Technical Staff and Specialist Consultants (2015 - 2016):

  • Kathleen Cheong (PNG, Nauru, Laos, Kiribati)
  • Damana Bore (PNG)
  • Rosemary Korawali (PNG)
  • Regina Lei (PNG)
  • Peter Aibung (PNG)
  • Nathan Mutumap (PNG)
  • Fredson Alfred (PNG)
  • Magdalene Gerason (PNG)
  • Jeffrey Kruter (PNG)
  • Duncan Stemp (PNG)
  • Roger Dickson (PNG)
  • Tony Mitchell (Kiribati, Tuvalu)
  • Maurice Bell (PNG, Tuvalu, Nauru, Niue)
  • Rick Haughton (Kiribati)
  • John Kornie (Samoa)
  • Bunyan Seymore (Nauru)
  • Abe Aremwa (Nauru, Tuvalu)