Accomplished Architect, Design Manager, and internationally published author, Sarah Zahradnik, has joined IIMBE as a Digital Advisory Consultant. With a well-rounded background in architecture and construction, Sarah brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her new role. She will be responsible for providing clients with innovative digital advice and solutions aimed at enhancing efficiency and streamlining major construction projects throughout their lifecycle.
Sarah’s transition to the position of Digital Advisory Consultant signifies an exciting evolution in her career within the architecture and construction industry. While maintaining a connection with design management, Sarah is now focusing on specialised digital applications to deliver better quality builds. Her passion for digital processes and her unwavering commitment to improving efficiency make her an invaluable asset to the IIMBE team.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Sarah to our team at IIMBE,” said Steve Appleby, Managing Director at IIMBE. “She brings extensive industry expertise and a passion for driving digital transformation in the architecture and construction field. Her commitment to excellence and innovation is evident not only through her impressive project portfolio but also through her dedication to sharing knowledge in her published book, ‘Architectural Guide Australia.’ We’re so pleased to have her on board, and we can’t wait to see the positive impact she’ll have on our team and the broader industry.”
Sarah has made significant contributions to numerous high-profile projects throughout her career, leaving a lasting impression on the industry. Notable projects include the Melbourne Olympic Park Redevelopment, Arts Centre Melbourne, Adelaide Convention Centre, Athletes Villas for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and the Embassies of the Federal Republic of Germany in Egypt, Mali, and Turkmenistan.
Not only does Sarah have an exceptional resume, but she’s also the author of a widely published book, ‘Architectural Guide Australia,’ which showcases over 200 projects that represent the major movements in Australia’s architectural history. Each chapter focuses on one of the nation’s eight state capitals.
Thrilled to continue leaving her mark within the industry, Sarah is eager to become part of the IIMBE team and collaborate with their team of industry professionals.
“As an advocate for digital processes that improve efficiency, I feel fortunate to be working alongside respected industry leaders who share the same vision,” said Sarah. “I’m excited to be at the forefront of national digital standardisation and look forward to witnessing the lasting impact our work will have on the industry.”