Mark Raddatz joined TTW in 1984 and has since been a proactive ambassador for the company, leading to his promotion in 2007 to Associate.
Mark leads our drafting team and has been responsible for the integration of key innovative software and modelling that has enabled TTW to progress it’s engineering standards.
Mark’s career has spanned across many project sectors and included several award winning structures. He has key drafting expertise throughout education, healthcare, industrial, commercial, public buildings, residential, retail and sporting facilities.
What do you enjoy about working for TTW?
I started at TTW when the firm was 26 years old and therefore fortunate to work with directors old and new. Dick Taylor’s ethos for TTW pushed engineering standards to realise architectural visions and because of this the company’s portfolio of projects includes many award-winning and challenging projects.
Having been in the industry for a long time, what trends have you seen involve?
The rapid growth in the power of computers coupled with advances in 3D modelling has allowed us to fine tune design and efficiently visualise complex structures. The current trend towards the interaction of design and modelling will allow projects to be completed in less time and with fewer errors