Rebecca Irwin is a Project Director at Jasmax, with over 25 years’ experience in the education, healthcare, community, commercial and recreation sectors.
Throughout her career, Rebecca has gained significant experience leading large teams, planning, and delivering complex, multi-phased projects. She believes the design process is enhanced through the integration of multiple perspectives and open, constructive collaboration. While leading large project teams, Rebecca’s priority is to ensure all members are clear on scope, role and responsibility. She works directly with clients and stakeholder groups to develop clear briefs and deliver successful and architecturally exciting structures.
Rebecca’s desire to contribute to the wider community has led her career toward public and institutional projects. Her recent work includes the University of Auckland’s B405 and Park West (B507) buildings, the University of Waikato’s Tauranga Campus, and City Rail Link. She is currently the Project Architect on the University of Auckland’s B201 building – an adaptive reuse project which, once complete, will be one of the most sustainable buildings in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Prior to joining Jasmax, Rebecca was a Practice Director at Archimedia and a Director at The Architecture Office. In that time, she accrued experience with small and large scale projects across numerous sectors.