With a background in Architectural Engineering and training in Europe Ron has particular skills in the structural aspects of architecture, including designs of bespoke roofs and facades, long span structural design and analysis and construction detailing.
Throughout his architectural career, Ron has managed the architectural development and documentation of a variety of large scale buildings including sports stadia, multipurpose arenas, convention centers, airport terminals, subway stations and a number of office blocks.
Ron was the Project Architect for the innovative Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand - the world’s only stadium with a natural grass pitch growing under a fully fixed roof. This project has been made possible through the use of ETFE - A transparent polymer originally developed for the space industry, to clad the stadium’s roof and facades.
He was the Project Architect for the Manila Arena in the Philippines, which is the world’s largest enclosed arena, with a capacity of 50,000, as well as the Taipei Dome - a baseball stadium which forms part of a large commercial mixed use development in Taiwan.