|NT Chapter President
Richard Layton RAIA
1964 Bachelor of Science, University of NSW
1973 Management Development Program, Australian Administrative Staff College, Mt. Eliza
1980 Advanced Management Program, University of Western Australia
1990 Bachelor of Architecture (Hons), University of Adelaide
Chapter President and National Councillor, Australian Institute of Architects
State Councillor, HIA SA, 1982-6
Regional Co-ordinator, SA Chamber of Commerce, 1984-5
Member, SA Premier's Building Industry Advisory Group, 1984-6
Delegate, North Australian Development Conferences 1981,85
Councillor, RAIA (NT Chapter), 2000- Present
Board Member, NT Museums and Art Galleries Board, 2000-3
Deputy Chairman, NT Architect's Board, 2003
1988 Architecture Student of the Year, First Prize for Excellence in Energy Efficient Dwelling Design,
1990 SAGASCO Prize for 'the most distinguished student in the final two years of the B. Arch course at the U Adel'
1991 H.J. Cowan Award, Architectural Science Association of Australia & New Zealand.
1961 - 1986 CSR Limited
1965 - 1973 Factory Superintendent, Gypsum Group, Adelaide, Melbourne
1973 - 1978 Production Manager, Gypsum Group, Melbourne
1978 - 1981 Operations Manager, Gypsum Group, Victoria
1981 - 1985 State Manager, Gypsum Group, South Australia and NT
Resigned CSR, commenced Bachelor of Architecture degree. 1991 Sanders, Ellick and Partners, Architects, Mackay, Queensland.
1991 - 2000 Troppo Architects Pty Ltd, Darwin NT.
2000 - 2010 Own practice: 'Richard Layton & Associates'
Major Projects since 2000
-11 houses, for Alpurrurulam Council;
-Housing and infrastructure at Kiana for the local Community;
-24 houses, new tip, services infrastructure for Ntaria (Hermannsburg) Council Inc.:
-11 houses, Resource Centre, civil infrastructure for Arramwelke/ Bonya;
-Feasibility Study, staff housing for Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation at Nhulunbuy;
-Feasibility Study for Ilpurla Community Substance Misuse Rehabilitation Centre;
-Housing for Health Staff at Alpurrurulam, Nhulunbuy, Santa Teresa, Yuendumu,
Papunya, Haasts Bluff, Nyirripi, Kintore, Willowra, Laramba, Ti-Tree, Areyonga,
Imanpa, Finke, Alyangula, Warruwi, Wadeye, Peppimenarti, Pigeon Hole, Elliott,
Mungkarta and Galiwin'ku;
-Accommodation for Mt Theo/ Yuendumu Substance Misuse Aboriginal Corporation;
-Scoping Study for Health Infrastructure in the Barkly Region;
-Accommodation and Services Infrastructure for Ilpurla Aboriginal Corporation;
Housing and Youth Activity Infrastructure for Central Australian Youth Link-Up
-Youth Centre and Offices for Warlpiri Region Youth Development Aboriginal