Experience in Design, Development & Operations
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Managing Director of Winter Sports World with over 22 years experience in property development & construction including large scale residential, aged care, retirement living, special and mixed use development projects.
A passion for contributing to the community and enriching lives.
An architect, author, educator and consultant with an abiding interest in Social, Environmental and Economical design. He founded Environa Studio in 1986 designing multiple housing projects, commercial & special use buildings and urban design schemes.
Tone has won numerous awards including the Milo Dunphy Award for sustainable architecture. He has been on the faculty for Sydney University, UTS and Canberra University and is currently an adjunct Professor in Sustainable Design at UNSW.
He has served on a number of committees including Chair of the AIA National Sustainability Committee, NSW Building Professionals Board & the Board of ABSA (Association of Building Sustainability Assessors). A frequent speaker at conferences, been a judge on the New Inventors program ABC television and is a regular 'Woodie' and 'Homie' on ABC702 radio.
Tone's passion is the environment, he has designed and helped build four electric cars.
High Performance Director, Stephen has been a skier all of his life including representing Great Britain at the 1992 Winter Olympic games with a world ranking start number of 59. He has been in involved snow sport coaching for over 30 years.
Some key experiences include World Cup Coach for Australia & Denmark, National Team Coach for England, Programme Director for European Development & Excellence & Perisher Winter Sports Club Head Coach.
Stephen was also integral in the setup and ongoing operation of the UK’s 1st snow centre in Tamorth (Snowdome) in the mid 1990’s. He has a genuine passion keeping athletes engaged through inspiring with innovation, interaction, strategic planning and designing future pathways.
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