Scott Salmon

Project Leader

Scott is an experienced leader and senior architectural technician who’s passion is delivering inspired design with functional outcomes for PDT’s clients.

About Scott

Scott has diverse experience across Aged Care and Retirement Living, Education, Transport and Retail sectors. He is highly skilled and has a proven track record of delivery from schematic design to construction documentation and contract administration. Scott’s contribution to the team is invaluable, he is a highly motivated, diligent and innovative leader with strong communication and client liaison skills. He enjoys a challenge and is open and enjoyable to work with. 

Expertise

  • 11+ years’ experience in Design, documentation, coordination and administration of aged care and retirement living, education, retail, transport, commercial, and residential projects.
  • Recent successful delivery of Aged Care, Education, Transport and Retail projects for private and government organisations
  • Experience in documentation and delivery of both Design and Construct and Traditional style contracts.
  • Expertise in a suite of design and documentation software’s, namely AutoCAD and Revit.

TriCare Stafford Heights

TriCare at Stafford Heights is a 3 storey, 73 Bed Aged Care Facility on an existing Master-planned Site.

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Regis Chelmer 120 Bed Aged-care Resort

PDT have renovated an existing heritage building and incorporated a new building on the site of a former Salvation Army aged care facility.

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Toowoomba Grammar School Cricket Pavilion

With space for up to 150 guests the newly adapted cricket pavilion is a valued addition to sporting and event facilities at historic Toowoomba Grammar School.

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Toowoomba Grammar School Mackintosh House

In line with the schools vision, historic Toowoomba Grammar School has recently expanded facilities to include Mackintosh House

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Southport Special School

The project is to expand the special school’s capacity and cater for increasing enrolments caused by gentrification, infrastructure development and increasing population density of Southport and its neighbouring suburbs.

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