Alexander & Lloyd Group

Architects and Project Managers for the Aid and Development Assistance Sector

Graham Turner

Graham Turner

Graham is a Senior Architect and Infrastructure Adviser specialising in the design and delivery of development projects throughout the Asia-Pacific Region. He has more than 25 years Australian and International experience in all facets of architecture, project planning, construction management of civil and building work, site development, construction management, contract administration, building maintenance and capacity building of local counterparts. He is familiar with working in multi-disciplinary consultant teams in remote and inhospitable environments and is sensitive always to cross-cutting issues such as gender, the environment, community development and procurement transparency. Graham has completed courses in Capacity Building in International Development and is currently on DFAT’s Consultant Register for provision of specialist technical assistance in Public Buildings, Infrastructure Management and Disaster Risk Reduction.

Graham is responsible for the practice IT and all technical aspects of A&L’s building designs and the competence of A&L’s technical staff.

Professional Qualifications

B.Arch (UTS) 1996
BSc (Architecture) (U. Newcastle) 1989
Chartered Architect NSW No.6638
PNG Registered Architect No. 149

Countries of Work Experience

Australia, Cambodia, Fiji, Kiribati, Lao PDR, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Yemen