Associate Directors

Matt Gilfoyle
Ali Faiyaz
Fearghal McGuinness

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS

Sullivan Hall is delighted to announce the appointment of four new Associate Directors, Matthew Gilfoyle, Ali Faiyaz, Fearghal McGuinness and Jonathan Perkins. The internal promotions of these four individuals is in recognition of their contribution, technical skill and dedication to Sullivan Hall. The promotions are in response to Sullivan Halls strategic plan to strengthen and diversify the leadership team.

Matt joined Sullivan Hall in 2010 and has worked on numerous architectural award-winning projects. He is hugely practical and developed a keen sense of how a building can be put together with respect to architectural and compliance requirements. Matthew enjoys projects that are bespoke and technically challenging.

Ali joined Sullivan Hall in 2010 and has grown quickly from structural draftsman to senior engineer. He is well respected inside the company and has formed many long term professional relationships with clients and contractors. Ali has a technical skillset that lends itself well to projects with a commercial and residential focus.

Fearghal formed the Queenstown branch in 2015. He has demonstrated that he has a harmonious blend of both technical and personal skills to manage a regional office and deliver on complex engineering projects. He enjoys collaborating on projects that require multiple party engagement.

Jonathan recently started the Tauranga office after running a consultancy practice in Fiji for three years. He brings a wealth of experience around client management and delivery of technical projects. Jonathan enjoys working with architects to realise their vision.

Managing Director, Sandy Hall had this to say on the appointments,

“Both Mark and I are pleased with the appointments of these fine individuals into the leadership team. Each of them bring a unique skillset and balance to Sullivan Hall. This is important as we look to position ourselves as the preferred engineers on all remarkable projects in the New Zealand arena.”