Monique Matthews joins Schumann Consult South Africa

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Schumann Consult announced last week that it was expanding it’s operations into Australia and South Africa. For us here in South Africa the response to this news has been fantastic. Like our other offices, we continue to gain momentum, meeting new Clients and working on some extraordinary projects.  

As our workload continues to swell, the need to expand our resource capabilities also grows. It is therefore with great pleasure that today I am able to announce that Monique Matthews has joined Schumann Consult South Africa as a Specification Consultant.

As a newest member of the SCL family, Monique will be working with world-class architectural practices on some fantastic projects, helping them write and manage Architectural Specifications. With a B-Tech in Architectural Technology and as a registered Professional Senior Architectural Technologist she is well placed to develop her skills and work on the exciting projects. 

Monique’s Architectural career began at a small firm where she was exposed to small to medium sized projects within various fields of Architecture.  Thereafter she continued her profession at Messaris Wapenaar Partnership, gaining a wealth of knowledge within the Industrial and Transportation sector while working on the Nacala Velha Coal Railway & Port project.  Concurrently she worked on several Residential projects of various types and some Commercial projects. At Paragon Group, Monique continued her journey within the Residential sector.  More often than not, wherever she goes, she gets involved in office standards, time management, technological matters, problem solving and detail design. She enjoys to continuously gain experience as well as sharing her knowledge to benefit others.

We look forward to seeing Monique’s development as she continues to develop her career at Schumann Consult.

Shawn Kennard

Shawn Kennard

Director, Head of South Africa at Schumann Consult
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Posted on March 5, 2014 in Staff

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