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Paul Mutton has over thirty years experience in architectural practice. He joined the firm in 2002 and became a partner in 2008. Paul’s leadership skills are evident in the number and range of projects delivered successfully under his guidance. He has worked as a Project Director on a number of multi-unit residential, commercial and government projects, both in Australia and overseas.

On joining the firm, he took a lead role in the masterplanning, design, documentation and construction phases of the new Canberra International Airport Terminal and associated works, managing the staged construction over a number years, and recently completing the new fit out for International Operations at the airport.

Throughout the phases of the airport project, Paul oversaw a number of projects in the commercial sector, including  design and documentation of the 35,000m2 A-Grade Office building for a significant Commonwealth Government Agency, and a group of 5 A-Grade commercial buildings at Fairbairn Business Precinct in the ACT.

He has since been Project director for variety of projects across sectors, including the Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport in Queensland, a mixed-use residential tower of 240 units in Canberra, a New Town Precinct – multi-residential community of 1,000,000m2, in Xian, PR China, and Kunshan Public Library in Jiangsu Province, PR China, and two diplomatic projects in Canberra.

Currently Paul is Project Director and Design Leader for two regional airport projects in India, Leh Airport in Jammu & Kashmir, and Imphal Airport in Mandipur.

In addition to his architectural work he has been responsible for the documentation and management of the Third Party Certified Quality Assurance System of the Practice.

Prior to joining GMB Paul worked on numerous projects (typically as a project leader) in Adelaide and Sydney including multi-unit residential projects up to a construction value of $90 million.  Several of his projects have been recipients of awards from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects, notably an Award of Merit for a multi-unit residential project and a Sustainable Architecture Award for a new Primary School in the City of Playford in South Australia.

Bachelor of Architectural Studies – University of Adelaide
Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) – University of Adelaide

Professional Memberships
Member – Australian Institute of Architects

South Australia