Announcement 28th February 2020

Peter Hunt Architect is extremely pleased to make two significant announcements with respect to the strategic direction moving into the future.

First and foremost, we proudly acknowledge that Peter Hunt Architect as a key and instrumental member of the architectural community has this year achieved the incredible milestone of 50 years in practice.  Founded by Peter Hunt in 1970, we have made a significant contribution to the architectural fabric in both West Australia and on the eastern seaboard.  Obviously this achievement is a direct outcome of the creative and industrious effort of a dedicated team of professionals devoted to the Practice over this notable period.

Secondly, in recognition of the need to remain innovative, agile and grow in anticipation of the challenges and, more importantly, the opportunities available, Peter Hunt Architect has established a commercial alliance and succession strategy with the Eastcourt Property Group.  The alliance will enable both parties to develop and invest in a growing number of commercial opportunities and options being presented to Peter Hunt Architect across its core areas of business.

Furthermore, given our faith in the next phase in the life of the Peter Hunt Architect and the emerging synergies, the current Directors and Senior Staff have made a long term commitment to the success of the new venture.  The Practice will continue to be led by Ron Edenburg and Con Lampropoulos and their management team of Graham Hunt, Michael Cook, Brian LaFontaine and Damien Sita.

We are extremely excited as to the opportunities this alliance presents and look forward to maintaining and enhancing our current relationship with you.

If you wish to discuss any aspect of this exciting development, please contact Ron, Con, Graham or Michael, who will be happy to elaborate.

Ron Edenburg & Con Lampropoulos
Managing Directors


September 2018

Construction of the Stan & Jean Perron Child Advocacy Centre for Parkerville Children and Youth Care has commenced on site.

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July 2018

Red Earth Arts Precinct received the 2018 Master Builders Excellence in Construction Award for 2018 Best Regional Project

June 2018

Red Earth Arts Precinct was inundated with awards at the 2018 Master Builders Awards for Kimberley-Pilbara – our congratulations to Doric Construction and the PHA team:

– 2018 Kimberley – Pilbara Best Regional Project
– Commercial Industrial Building over $15m
– Judges Innovation Award
– Innovative Use of Building Materials
– Excellence in Energy Efficiency
– Excellence in Ceilings
– Excellence in Innovative Cladding

June 2018

PHA is pleased to advise that Michael Cook has been promoted to a Principal of the Practice.

May 2018

Ravenhall Men’s Prison project named Australia’s Best Infrastructure Project at the 2018 National Infrastructure Awards.


May 2018

Opening of the new Red Earth Arts Precinct in Karratha

Red Earth Arts Precinct

August 2017

West Australian Supreme Court (Civil) awarded the 2017 National Professional Excellence in Building – Interior Construction Award from the Australian Institute of Building (Broad Constructions)

July 2017

Cockburn Central Police Station awarded the Best State Government Building from Master Builders Association of Western Australia – Excellence in Construction Awards 2017 (Builder PS Structures)

June 2017

West Australian Supreme Court (Civil) awarded the 2017 Australian Interior Design Award for Best of State – Western Australia and Commendation for Public Design. 

March 2017

Opening of the new Boya Community Centre for the Shire of Mundaring

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September 2016

The National Anzac Centre in Albany has been named Australia’s number one museum by TripAdvisor users.

National Anzac Centre Voted No 1 by Trip Advisor

July 2016 – Opening of the new David Malcolm Justice Centre which houses the new WA Supreme Court facilities completed by Peter Hunt and Daryl Jackson Architects.  The fitout  houses ten courtrooms, eight hearing rooms, three special trial rooms, numerous interview rooms for civil matters, office accommodation for court support personnel and chambers for judges and registrars of the Supreme Court of Western Australia.  The project was successfully completed by Broad Constructions.

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Awards – National Anzac Centre wins Australian Institute of Architects (WA Chapter) Commendation Award and Master Builders Australia (WA) Construction Best Regional Project Great Southern (BGC Constructions).