Joining Grocon in 2001 as the Victorian Design Manager, David had worked previously as the Design Manager for the National Museum of Australia and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. David also managed the Canberra architectural and interior design practice of Robert Peck Von Hartel Trethowan from 1996–2001.

David was the Design Manager for Melbourne’s BHP Billiton’s World Headquarters Tower and was then appointed Design Manager for the $470M MCG northern stand redevelopment.

Through 2005-2007 David was responsible for the design and documentation of the $135M AXA Centre project which was awarded a 5 Greenstar Design Rating. David was then made responsible for the design and documentation of the new headquarters of the $100M 5 Star Greenstar Fairfax building being constructed above Melbourne’s busiest live rail corridor.

David is currently the General Manager of the Carlton Brewery project heading the team responsible for the design development and delivery of this mixed use development worth approximately $1.2 billion.

David is also involved in the Common Ground project which adopts the New York precedents bringing together Yarra Community Housing, HomeGround and the State Office of Housing to provide an innovative solution for people suffering from long term homeless.