Danielle is a South African born architect with 20 years of experience in the education and healthcare sectors in the United Kingdom. Her technical proficiency and strong leadership have enabled her to lead the successful completion of projects on site. She firmly believes that the initial vision and spirit of the design conceived at the inception stage of a project, and the quality in the execution of the design should prevail during the construction phase. Her experience has garnered her invaluable communication skills, and knowledge of statutory regulations to effectively problem solve and relay design resolutions to stakeholders, end-users and contractors.
The projects she has worked on vary between £30 million to £750 million in value. Notable projects include the Children’s Atrium at the Queen Elizabeth University & Royal Hospital for Children, Nine Elms Primary School, Heathlands Dementia Care Home and the Pears Maudsley Children’s and Young Person’s Centre.