Executive Director - TRG Properties Pty Ltd
Ms Trevisan - B.Arch RAIA is an Executive Director of TRG Properties and a Director of Transcontinental Group.
Ms Trevisan has a Bachelor of Architecture and studied architecture at the University of Western Australia and at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. Ms Trevisan has been a registered architect in the United Kingdom since 1994 and a registered architect in Australia since 1999. Ms Trevisan has over 20 years of property experience mostly with multi-residential and mixed-use development projects and was involved in the delivery of large scale inner city developments both internationally and nationally in London, Berlin and Sydney before returning to live in Perth in 2004.
In 2001 she changed career from working within a large architectural practice on large scale apartment projects to working for a national publicly listed property developer as their Architectural Manager (NSW) where she was involved in managing large teams working on the delivery of numerous high value complex inner Sydney apartment developments.
Ms Trevisan has spent the last 10 years taking an active role in establishing mixed-use, commercial, heritage and land development projects in Perth and Sydney including a major involvement with the first national Green Star design rated (MURT) apartment project. Since 2010 Ms Trevisan has also been involved with the Pearson and Victoria apartment project in Melbourne, allowing her to draw from valuable national experience gained within 3 states of Australia.
Ms Trevisan has both lectured and taught in architectural design studios at two universities in NSW (UTS and UNSW) and at the University of Western Australia and has been invited as a guest speaker by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (NSW) and by the Green Building Council of Australia (WA).
Ms Trevisan has also written a number of published articles relating to the evolution of apartment design and has sat on committees advising government on apartment design guidelines and planning policy (NSW SEPP 65).