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Advisory Board

As part of our commitment to ensure we are introducing products that meet the markets requirements, ReGen Building Solutions has constituted an advisory board. The Advisory Board’s role is to advise the Directors of ReGen Building Solutions on the direction of the company including the building materials we are seeking to introduce to the market and the best way to build with these products.

To this end we have engaged a diverse group of people each with an extensive understanding of the building industry. We are extremely thankful that these talented people have joined us at ReGen Building Solutions to provide guidance on products that are ecologically sustainable and provide lifelong sustainable buildings.

Advisory Group Members

Jeremy Millington. M.Arch, B.Arch.St, CIV Sm Bus Mgt, CIV Bld Const Mgt, CalEarth Alumnus

Jeremy completed his Master of Architecture at the University of South Australia as well as having completed his Certificate IV in Building and Construction Management. Jeremy was the first staff member employed by ReGen Building Solutions as the Technical Manager of our products. In this period, Jeremy assisted in the design of our products, and his building background ensured our products could be built easily. Jeremy was also a builder with his own company called 1:1 Constructions. Jeremy has worked on a number of large projects including a passive house development in Hobart $12.5M, Elysium 5 story residential suite in Prospect $5.5M, Park View Precinct 22 townhouses $5.95M as well as multitude of smaller projects.

Anatoly Patrick. Licensed Architect

Anatoly Patrick has worked in the field of architecture for over 20 years in Sydney, London and Adelaide with his own current practice Anatoly Patrick Architecture. He has studied under distinguished teachers including Glenn Murcutt, Harry Seidler and Ian Moore. His career has included residential, retail and multi-storey towers, working with notable international firms. In the last five years he has realised a lifelong dream and set up his own practice. His creations include non-egotistical architecture that enhances quality of living that is responsible to the environment, emphasises natural materials, and has high quality but simple design and aesthetics. His philosophy is based on High-end Design – The best spaces feel so simple and natural you’ll hardly know they’ve been ‘designed’. Less really is more. Think visual serenity. Seamless connections. Elegant, well-proportioned spaces. Are the signatures of his design.

Peter Canala – Product Developer – Business owner.

The Peter Canala brings a wealth of entrepreneurship and product development background as well as manufacturing experience.A Peter is currently the Operations Manager at SteedForm one of Australia’s leading laminating facilities in addition to his own businesses.Which include Ambro Australia (manufacturer of wood engineered products including engineered flooring and luminate products), as well as being a developer of a commercial vine nursery and a melon development program. Peter studied process Engineering and has a diploma in production management.

 

George Vanco – Builder and entrepreneur

George Vanco has been involved with ReGen Building since its inception. He has always been prepared to spend time with the company and share his knowledge in the building industry. George brings a wealth of experience both from a building background (Director of AAA Building Group) and from a government policy perspective having been the ministerial advisor for Urban Development and Planning to the Hon. Trish White 2004/2005 and to the Hon. Paul Holloway 2005-2009. From 2009 – 2011 George was the Director of Major Projects for the Dept. of Planning and Local Development. Georges other roles include Executive Chairman of BBS Pharmaceuticals (current), Director of Transpac Consultancy Group (7 years).

 

 

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