National BIM Coordinator
Ashley is a proud Wakka Wakka and Butchulla man with connections to Ugarapul and Goeng Goeng People. He joined Cox Architecture in 2012 and has been the Project Architect on several exemplary projects. Ashley holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture and is a registered architect in Queensland. Ashley is also National BIM Coordinator and National Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Ambassador.
In his early career, Ashley was involved in the construction documentation and contract administration for the $110M Queensland Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane/Meanjin, where he learned the art of finessing construction to achieve architectural design requirements. Subsequent projects like the award-winning Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law and the Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct are examples of large and complex public architecture that he has designed and delivered.
Ashley is a leader in Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes and solutions. He has assisted in the successful delivery of over $10B in projects utilising BIM. Ashley recently presented at the Autodesk Converge ANZ 2023 Conference and DBEI BILT Conference 2022 specifically sharing processes for the Australian War Memorial and the Cairns Convention Centre Expansion. Ashley also provides industry expert training at QUT and UQ to assist the next generation of designers.