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Bill Krotiris appointed AIA Victorian Chapter President

The Australian Institute of Architects has announced JWA Principal Bill Krotiris as the new Victorian Chapter President. We congratulate Bill on his appointment.

Joining the JWA team in 2004, Bill has led many of our large-scale commercial, residential and institutional projects. He has been a Principal at JWA since 2014 and is a valued member of our senior leadership team.

Bill has been a member of the AIA Victorian Chapter Large Practice Forum since 2015, contributing to the Draft Code of Novation for industry and government advocacy. He is also a member of the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia’s Expert Reference Group, which earlier this year commenced a Review of the National Standard of Competency for Architects.

“I am thrilled to be contributing to the leadership group of the Victorian Chapter of the AIA. It is a terrific opportunity and an honour to be part of something I am passionate about at such a critical time, a period of immense change and challenge for our industry,” Bill says.

Bill is interested in developing greater links between government, education, community and industry. He looks forward to providing strong advocacy and strategy for the initiatives of the Victorian Chapter and advancing the opportunities for the AIA in the broader industry.

 

With over 30 years’ experience as an architect, Bill brings to the role highly valuable commercial insights and JWA are confident his understanding of the profession will benefit the Victorian architecture community immensely.

Bill will assume the role immediately, working closely alongside State Manager Tim Leslie.

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