Senior Architectural Technician Paul Kamstra brings a wealth of experience to the Chow:Hill team, having worked in the design field, both in New Zealand and abroad, for more than 40 years.
For Paul, whose professional experience is notably extensive and wide-ranging, the enjoyment of being involved in a project from initial concept stages through to completion has been a constant.
His design portfolio encompasses private residences, group housing and social housing developments, as well as large-scale commercial projects which have included educational, retail, industrial, hospitality, health and office developments.
Prior to joining Chow:Hill, Paul worked in Christchurch on the 75-bed Nurse Maude Aged Residential Care building and adjacent utilities building that replaced earthquake-damaged facilities. He has worked on significant projects during his time at Chow:Hill. He is an integral member of the team responsible for the design, documentation, and on-site observation during construction of seven buildings in the new Waikeria Prison complex.