Soenke Dethlefsen

Soenke Dethlefsen



Soenke has a dual qualification in architecture, having graduated with a Master of Architecture degree at Lübeck/Germany and the University of Sydney. He has particular expertise in the coordination and documentation of large scale commercial architecture delivering outstanding detail and excellence in design and construction.

Joining the studio in 2009, he has taken lead roles in fjc’s commercial projects and is known for his attention to detail and precision in documentation and construction. His exceptional coordination of complex building services, including BIM management has greatly facilitated the delivery of innovative building solutions and construction methodology. With a strong collaborative approach, Soenke leads teams through the design, documentation and construction phases. He enjoys working alongside developers, consultants and contractors and has particular expertise in site coordination and contractor liaison.

Recently completed projects that demonstrate Soenke’s passion for excellence include the addition and refurbishment of the heritage Substation 164 in Sydney’s CBD and the ‘Axle’ and ’The Foundry’ commercial workplace buildings for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia as part of the South Eveleigh Precinct.


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