Warren and Mahoney celebrates promotion of Thomas Hale to Principal

October 19, 2023: News, People

Warren and Mahoney is delighted to announce the promotion of Thomas Hale to Principal.

Thomas Hale

Bringing deep experience in urban design, masterplanning and place-making, Thomas Hale has enhanced Warren and Mahoney's services to their clients in Sydney and across Australasia – particularly in project origination, strategy and planning. His outstanding client relationship management, project and team leadership skills, combined with his infectious energy, collaborative approach, and deep market knowledge, has seen him quickly become a respected and valued senior team member.

“Thomas's promotion is thoroughly deserved,” says Warren and Mahoney’s Managing Director, John Coop.

"As a passionate urbanist, and a talented urban designer, he is leading new ways of working at Warren and Mahoney. He is a champion of our creative culture, and his urban design specialism adds a valuable cross-disciplinary perspective in design discussions across a broad range of project typologies.

"With two decades of urban design experience, this promotion is not only testament to Thomas's dedication to his profession, but also a strategic step that aligns with the firm's commitment to excellence and progressive design practice."

Thomas' prior experience includes a five-year stint at Hassell and Woods Bagot, where he led the Urban Design discipline, based in Sydney. He has also worked with Angelo Candalepas & Associates, spent time in the UK with Zaha Hadid Architects, and was the Founding Director of the Urban Land Institute’s Urban Innovations Competition. He remains on the Board of the Urban Land Institute of Sydney District Council, further underscoring his dedication to the broader urban planning community.

“Bringing a deep understanding of the planning and development frameworks in New South Wales and strong connections into the local market, this promotion is an important step in our Australian and international growth and provides exciting potential to assist clients with complex and city-shaping projects of scale," John concludes.