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Tony founded Black & More in 2000 and is a Fellow of Engineers Australia. He is a Chartered Professional Engineer and Registered Professional Engineer with more than 20 years’ experience.
He has extensive experience in the planning and management of remote infrastructure programs and projects and is an advisor to all levels of government. Tony has overseen the growth of Black & More from a niche provider to a multi-faceted provider of expert services to a diverse range of clients.
Greg is the Director responsible for the Project Management Division of Black & More. With more than 30 years experience, Greg is an expert in the management of civil projects including water, sewerage, roads, drainage and stormwater. He is also experienced in design coordination, construction supervision and contract management of civil projects and the management and delivery of infrastructure programs in remote communities, specialising in environmental health infrastructure.
LLB(Hons)Solicitor of the Supreme Court of QueenslandSolicitor of the High Court of Australia
Stephen is a non-executive director of Black & More. Stephen is a practicing lawyer who brings his experience as a lawyer of over 20 years and a director/committee member of numerous organisations to the board of Black & More.
James has lectured worldwide and has run studio, urban and residential design workshops in the Netherlands, UK and the USA.
In addition to being the principal at JDA, James holds a doctorate in Architecture with a primary focus on vernacular building traditions and change, which he continues to develop in JDA’s practice work. He is also a previous director of Emergency Architects Australia, where he led their 2011 Queensland Floods relief project.
In 2013, James was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship which took him to the Netherlands, UK and USA researching urban design and residential architecture solutions for climate change adaptation and flooding.
James has become a leader in flood-resilient architecture, both in Australia and internationally. He recently coordinated SEQ Waterfutures, a 5-day design charrette with over 150 participants from 20 different disciplines and 3 different countries to design an integrated water management plan for the Brisbane, Bremer and Lockyer Creek catchments.