Neoscape understands the critical importance of successful outcomes. Neoscape invests in the highest-quality management and project leaders - team players with extensive experience and skills and an attitude towards client-focused outcomes that align with Neoscape's core values and corporate culture.
The best teams are those made up of highly trained and highly motivated individuals who have a clear understanding of their roles and objectives. We build teams and invest in a program of support and mentoring that helps nurture the talent, reward the skills and encourage the initiative that delivers the highest quality outcomes to our clients and their stakeholders.
Mark Nathan - Director
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Mark is well regarded for his leadership capabilities, his ability to form and lead strong, dynamic project teams, and his enviable reputation for the delivery of successful, award-winning projects earned through 25 years of experience in the construction and property industry.
Prior to commencing neoscape, Mark enjoyed a career spanning over 22 years at Probuild, joining the organisation in 1991, he went on to establish and run its Sydney office as State Manager, NSW from 2002 to 2010. In 2011, Mark was appointed as General Manager of Monaco Hickey, a new subsidiary of Probuild, to play an integral role in the company's national growth and development strategy. Mark was appointed to Probuild's executive group in 2002 and became a minority shareholder in Probuild in 2005.
Throughout his career, Mark has been responsible for the successful procurement and delivery of a number of major national and award winning projects including; CSL Privigen Facility, AMREP Theatre Alfred Hospital, the Royal Randwick Racecourse Redevelopment, The Point Luxury Residential Development Sydney, Campbelltown Catholic Club Hotel and Entertainment Centre, Park Hyatt Sydney Refurbishment, The Common Apartments Sydney, One Wallace Luxury Residential Development Toorak, National Golf Club House, Stadium Apartments, Chifley Hotel and Apartments, Australia Post Data Centre, the Silo Apartments Richmond and the Ian Potter Museum of Art at the University of Melbourne which received the Master Builder of the Year Award from the MBAV.
Mark is an MGSM, MBA Graduate, a Registered Building Practitioner with the Building Practitioners Board, Victoria, and a Licensed Contractor with the Department of Fair Trading, New South Wales.
Darren Woolf - Director
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With over 25 years of construction and project delivery experience, Darren is highly regarded throughout the industry for his ability to successfully lead major construction projects and achieve exceptional project management outcomes.
Darren joined Mark as a Director of neoscape in 2013, providing a wealth of construction knowledge, project delivery experience and operational management expertise. Prior to joining neoscape, Darren had established himself as an industry leader with a career spanning over 25 years including 17 years as a senior project manager and construction manager at Probuild and more recently Darren held the position of General Manager at Hacer Group.
With a reputation for professionalism, integrity and committment, Darren has successfully delivered some of Australia's most significant, challenging and award winning projects. From inception through to procurement, design management and construction delivery, Darren has been responsible for exceptional outcomes on projects including; One40 Williams Street Commercial Office Tower and Retail for CBUS ($250m), Footscray Plaza Retail and Residential Development, Masters Hawthorn and Williams Landing for Woolworths, The Canterbury Apartments, Woolworths Tarneit, Clayton Community Centre, Nigel Peck Centre for Melbourne Grammar, Two Stages of Redevelopment at Highpoint Shopping Centre, Toyota Corporate Headquarters, Shell Corporate Office, Heritage Golf and Country Club, two stages of redevelopment at Northland Shopping Centre, Manchester House Apartments and the Georges Department Store Redevelopment.
Darren is a Registered Building Practitioner with the Building Practitioners Board, Victoria.
Dylan is State Manager, NSW with over 10 years’ on-site and off-site experience in the successful delivery of complex capital projects and mixed use redevelopments. Dylan’s work to date includes key experience on complex public and private health, mixed use residential, commercial, scientific research and institutional projects.
Dylan has a strong focus on end-to-end project delivery, from initial due diligence, business case and feasibility through all stages of design and construction through to successful project completion. He has consistently demonstrated an ability to effectively lead and efficiently manage multiple / complex developments, projects and associated tasks to achieve key time, cost and performance outcomes.
Prior to joining Neoscape, Dylan had undertaken the role of Senior Project Manager for delivery of the Waterloo Estate and 600 Elizabeth Street Redfern Redevelopment projects for Land and Housing Corporation. Waterloo and Redfern are two of the key mixed-use redevelopment projects within the Government’s Communities Plus Program.
Previous to the above, Dylan was the Senior Project Manager responsible for design and construction of a new 25,000m2 Clinical Services Building including mental health unit, severe burns, neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), paediatrics, birthing, general in-patient accommodation, women’s and children’s ambulatory care as well as two dedicated operating theatres and associated support areas.
Nick is State Manager, SA with over 8 years’ experience in Project Management of complex projects in multiple sectors; in particular commercial, mixed use residential, retail, education, industrial, aged care and child care. He has extensive experience from front end briefing through to complete project delivery and brings dedication to all of his projects.
His particular skills include briefing and scoping of Works Packages, Project Coordination, Financial Budgeting, Design and Construction Programming, Tendering and Procurement, Value Management, Construction Management, Contract Administration, Contract Superintendency and Tenancy Coordination.
Prior to joining Neoscape, Nick’s career was in Project Management whereby he gained a wealth of experience in management of a wide spectrum of projects ranging in project values, from aged care refurbishments to CBD Commercial office and Retail towers. The successful delivery of these complex and challenging projects is where Nick thrives.
Having worked on a variety of successful projects, Phil has gained valuable experience in project delivery, contract administration, program management and cost control whilst working for both client-side project management and the building contractor side.
Phil joined Neoscape in 2016 as a Project Manager, bringing diverse project experience from his roles working for publicly listed retail trusts, Government Housing Associations and private development entities.
Phil began his career in 2010 working as part of a team on a number of large scale and diverse projects, including retail, apartments and office fitout projects. Subsequently, Phil worked as a Project Manager and Superintendent on multiple and complex apartment and mixed-use developments in and around central Melbourne. Phil has gained a valuable and thorough insight to best practice project delivery and how to achieve optimum outcomes for clients in relation to cost, time and quality constraints.
Phil has honed his Project Management skills and developed a reputation for a systematic and team-minded approach to project delivery and complex problem solving.
Anthony is an effective, thorough and strategically engaged Senior Project Manager with over 30 years of end-to-end experience in all aspects of the design, development and construction delivery process (from feasibility studies and initial design briefs, through to consultant selection, construction and final handover). Experienced in influencing and maintaining active stakeholder engagement through the whole project lifecycle from inception to execution and having variously represented the Client, Contractor, Project Manager and Consultant, he is fully conversant with the commercial and technical management skills required to drive major projects forward in a complex development environment.
Both a registered Architect and a registered Project Manager, Anthony brings to the Neoscape team extensive strategic and site based operational leadership skills, honed on the design and construction of complex High Rise, Commercial, Residential, Retail and Hospitality projects in Australia, Singapore, China and the Middle East.
Commercially astute and with a project management skillset that combines an architect’s detailed understanding of design and problem solving and a contractor’s experience in risk, contract and construction management, Anthony has a specific expertise in optimizing value in terms of design, sustainability, programme, constructability and capital expenditure.
Nick Panella - Senior Project Manager
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Having worked across a range of property sectors including residential apartments, commercial mixed use and most recently hotels, Nick has developed a strong record of building positive, responsive client, team and supplier relationships that smooth the way to achieving successful projects.
Prior to joining Neoscape, Nick’s role was Development Manager for one of Australia’s leading Apartment Hotel businesses which focused on growing the Quest footprint nationally and including heading up the design and technical function of the business.
The broad role included negotiating pre-commitment deals with land owners and developers on sites. Preceding lease negotiations, responsibilities included site and development partner identification, feasibility analysis, design review and guidance to determine highest and best use.
Nick has developed exceptional stakeholder negotiation skills, meticulous project assessment brief preparation, budget and project management capabilities driven by a commercial and innovative approach.
An experienced Project Manager with a demonstrated history in various industries, Jacqueline has worked in the construction industry in an engineering capacity, as a Project Manager delivering projects directly for clients, and taken a role in the management of several humanitarian projects.
Jacqueline joined Neoscape in 2019 as a Senior Project Manager, bringing a diverse background having worked in the private and government sectors on both small and large-scale projects ranging from $100k to $1.8B in value. Most recently, following the successful delivery of a national award-winning project, Jacqueline was awarded the role of Project Manager for the development of a new landmark, high-profile building for Australia’s largest university.
With a passion for bringing teams together, Jacqueline’s key strength lies in her ability to connect with a wide range of people and lead teams to understand, embrace and realise the client’s vision for the project. An activator, Jacqueline enjoys generating enthusiasm amongst team members, whilst ensuring that thoughts are turned into actions.
Having managed a variety of successful projects, Luke has high level expertise in project management and client-side construction management to deliver exceptional results. Joining Neoscape in 2018, Luke was the first member located in Sydney which further expands and strengthens the Neoscape team.
Luke’s experience stems from an esteemed career in the McDonald’s system working across several different projects and functional areas within the Australian business. Luke has worked as a client-side Project Manager and Superintendent on numerous developments, both in Sydney, greater Sydney and regional NSW.
In addition to Luke’s Project Management experience, he brings a background of business operations and stakeholder management, creating a holistic approach to the management of his projects. Luke has a high energy and enthusiastic style and brings strong attention to detail on delivery. His experience in project management gives him a passion to deliver on quality, cost and time across complex projects.
Eavan has a strong background in design, construction and management of full project lifecycles. She has 20 years’ experience in the construction industry spanning from residential townhouse developments, apartment complexes to full mixed-use commercial developments within the design and construction management capacity of the projects.
Prior to joining Neoscape, Eavan had evolved her role from Building Designer and Town Planner to a full project management role. Eavan’s work has been recognised by both Master Builders NT for the 2016 Women in Construction Commendation and by the UDIA for the design, construction and management of One27 Flynn as a Master Planned Development in 2017.
Previous to this, Eavan worked in an off-site role as both a building designer and project coordinator with a strong involvement in Town Planning and design of buildings to meet both the budget and construction NCC requirements on site.
Having such broad and active roles has provided Eavan with a solid knowledge base into which she taps as a Project Manager, whereby she can logically relate to the Architect, Town Planner or Builder. This gives her an ability to co-ordinate and motivate the stakeholders to keep progressing efficiently on the projects.
Madison has experience in a number of sectors of the property development and construction industry having previously worked in the areas of prestige home design, land development, volume home building and civil engineering.
Madison joined Neoscape in 2017 as a Project Coordinator and brings with him a strong work ethic, positive attitude and abundant enthusiasm. Prior to joining Neoscape, Madison worked in the area of Land Development and Civil Engineering. He was involved in a number of greenfield and brownfield developments for clients including Far East Organisation and Lauders Group in the significant growth areas of the outer-urban fringe.
Working knowledge in the fundamentals of architectural design and engineering has allowed Madison to combine a sound understanding of good design methods with implementing practical and functional solutions. His current role as Project Manager is further supported by his problem-solving skills and keen eye for detail.
Having been exposed to many facets of construction and development, Nick has gained valuable project delivery insight and experience in cost control, contract administration, programme management, design, quality management and procurement. Using this knowledge, Nick has built on these strengths having worked on both the construction and client project management side, allowing him to continue to grow his base strengths into a successful Project Manager.
Joining Neoscape as a Project Manager in 2018, Nick brings valuable experience in achieving successful outcomes through his experience both locally and abroad. Working on large-scale mixed-use developments, leading UK residential projects, and large and small scale projects in the Melbourne CBD, it is Nick’s attention to detail, collaborative approach and foresight developed through the diversity of roles that have enabled him to build a reputation amongst clients, colleagues and contractors for delivering successful results.
Justin has experience in the construction industry having previously worked in the areas of commercial and residential building gaining valuable experience in management, contracts administration, building science, scheduling and estimating.
Justin joined Neoscape in 2017 as a Project Coordinator and brings with him a hardworking, optimistic attitude and a passion to learn and develop his skills. Prior to joining Neoscape, Justin worked as a student intern through the RMIT student work program. He was involved in a number of projects including the Pacific Werribee Expansion.
Continuous growth of knowledge in building and engineering has provided Justin with the ability to have a thorough understanding of construction and design methodology allowing for the capability to implement practical and functional solutions. His current role as Project Coordinator is further supported by his detail oriented approach, teamwork, communication and problem-solving skills.
Following an education in architecture, Aaron offers extensive knowledge surrounding the built environment with experience in both design and construction based positions.
Aaron joined Neoscape in 2017 as a Project Coordinator, bringing with him an enthusiastic attitude and strong work ethic. Prior to Neoscape, Aaron worked at Trade Services Sign Installations, developing fundamental project management skills and contributing a key role in the nationwide reimage of Shell Petrol Stations. His concise coordination and ability to explore opportunities outside those immediately presented are vital skills that allow Aaron to achieve the most desirable result for clients.
Aaron’s endurance, attention to detail and dynamism enable him to meet expectations in relation to the time, cost and quality of projects. These qualities allow Aaron to be a valuable team member, taking every opportunity to further his knowledge and always demonstrating a continual focus to ensure client satisfaction.
Gemma joined Neoscape in 2018 as a Project Coordinator. From a background in study and completing a Bachelor of Property and Real Estate, Gemma is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Project Management (Honours) to complement her work at Neoscape. She takes pride in her ability to balance a proactive approach to her role whilst diligently applying herself to the RMIT course.
In the years prior to Neoscape, Gemma was employed by Quantity Surveying firm WT Partnership working predominantly on site for Coles Property in their construction and property / cost management division.
Gemma is a keen learner and problem solver, and looks to expand on her skills in the industry through hard work and dedication.
Mitch is a qualified Building Surveyor with experience working on both commercial and residential projects within the Building Surveying profession. He has gained a comprehensive knowledge of the building approval and legislative processes, together with a strong understanding of construction methods, all of which form an important part of successful project delivery.
Mitch joined Neoscape in 2018 as a Project Coordinator whilst completing his Honours in Construction Management & Economics at the University of South Australia. Mitch began his career in 2016 working as a Cadet Building Surveyor for a Private Certifier, working with clients, architects, engineers, project managers and councils, amassing valuable project management and communication skills.
Mitch has a hardworking attitude and brings a strong customer focus to his work. His experience in building surveying and construction project management allows him to be effective in project delivery and the management of performance outcomes for Neoscape’s clients.
With an education in both architecture and Construction Management, Stephanie has been exposed to many facets of the industry, having worked both in an architectural firm and for a Tier-1 builder, gaining experience in the retail, commercial and residential sectors of the industry.
Stephanie joined Neoscape in 2018, having previously worked for one of Australia’s leading construction companies as part of their graduate program, finishing six months early and being promoted as a Project Coordinator. Working on large scale developments up to $600m has assisted in building her skill set in quality assurance, lean construction, programming and logistics.
Stephanie is hard working, efficient, creative and has an eye for detail. Thriving in team environments, her positivity and collaborative approach, together with her strong communication and people management skills, pushes her to achieve the best possible outcomes for the client and project.
Following completion of his Diploma of Building and Construction, Nicolas pursued and gained his Bachelor of Applied Sciences specialising in Construction Management.
Nicolas joined Neoscape in 2018 as a Project Coordinator, having previously worked as a Quantity Surveyor. With exposure to both commercial and domestic construction, Nicolas has attained experience in cost management, cost control and client interaction.
A responsible, competent and meticulous worker, Nicolas always strives to achieve the highest satisfaction for Neoscape’s clients. His enthusiasm and cooperative attitude ensure he is part of a successful and productive team.
Aaron has gained experience in the industry having worked in commercial construction whilst completing his studies at RMIT University.
Joining Neoscape in 2018 as a Project Coordinator, Aaron undertakes a range of diverse tasks on a project portfolio which includes commercial / warehouse and residential developments.
With an eye for detail and a strong work ethic, Aaron applies these attributes to his project delivery practices, always striving to deliver the best outcome for both the client and stakeholders.
Grace has a background in design, having completed a Bachelor of Interior Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney in 2017, including studies at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
Grace joined Neoscape in 2019 as a Graduate having previously worked with a local Design Studio gaining valuable experience in design development and documentation, assisting with commercial projects.
Grace is motivated, driven and creative, with an eye for detail. She is a strong communicator with problem-solving skills, always striving to achieve the best result for the client and project.