Rob Tursi is a Principal and Design Architect at Lyons specialising in all aspects of acute health planning, hospital design and teaching facilities. Early in his career Rob garnered experience managing an array of large-scale, multimillion dollar projects, such as the Brisbane Domestic Airport, before focusing on his primary passion in health planning. Now, 30 years on, he is recognised as one of the leading health planners in Australia with an outstanding track record in client consultation and detailed knowledge of DHS Benchmarks and health-specific guidelines.
His decades of experience make him instrumental to the design and delivery of all major health projects at Lyons, such as the award-winning Queensland Children’s Hospital, Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital, the Frankston Hospital redevelopment and McKellar Centre redevelopment. A veteran of the studio, Rob readily mentors and shares his specialist experience with young architects who have a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in health.
Bachelor of Architecture – University of Melbourne