Mark Hainsworth is a Director in our Perth office and has over 20 years of experience in the specialised sector of Justice and Correctional facilities.
Mark joined Cox Architecture in 1998 when the practice merged with the renowned Perth practice Forbes Fitzharding Woodland.
In addition to his continuous work on justice and correctional facilities, he has been a project architect for the redevelopment of the Old Emu Brewery (now Capitol Square) in Perth, the St. John of God Hospital Cardiac Catheter Laboratory in Western Australia, the Replacement Reactor Research Facility in Lucas Heights in New South Wales, and the TVW Institute for Child Health Research in Perth.
Mark’s justice and correctional projects are substantial. They include the Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex in Western Australia, the District Courts in Perth, the Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison in WA, the refurbishment of Western Australia’s Central Law Courts in Perth, the Rockingham Justice Complex in WA, Beechworth Prison in Victoria, South Auckland Correctional Facility in New Zealand, and Dubai Central Prison in the Middle East.