AQ are industry leaders offering independent expert advice and policy development for urban health, disability access and housing.
Richard Brew, Director of AQ, Graduate Architect and urban health consultant. He graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne in 1998 and with over 16 years experience in architecture and access consulting, he brings a wealth of practical, workable and cost-effective design and construction solutions to the project team.
Richard has expert knowledge in discrimination and construction law, international product certification and mutual recognition and free trade agreements and building information systems. Key auditing experience includes Risk Management and Building Code of Australia, ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems, Work Health and Safety-in-Design, Healthy Urban Design and Access for People with disability.
- Stair Geometry and Anthropometrics, A literature review of papers and reports referenced in support of western building code stair and theater aisle step geometry, 50 BC to present. Presentation to the triennial ACAA 2013 National Conference, Olympic Park NSW.
- Effects of raised tactile pedestrian markers on traction and postural stability. Anthropometrics and Tactile Geometry, clinical trial and research report. Published AQ 2013,
- Annex home standard is a client-centered method to achieve quality housing outcomes for families. Annex aims to be a home standard that spans international frontiers to enable people with creative freedom to plan design and build homes in an environment that is transparent and free from corruption.