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Holly Knight, IDBE alumna, takes on a new role as the Rottnest Island Authority's environment, risk and safety general manager

last modified Jan 12, 2015 02:46 PM
Holly Knight, IDBE alumna,  takes on a new role as the Rottnest Island Authority's environment, risk and safety general manager

Holly Knight

Holly Knight, IDBE alumna from cohort 17, takes on a new role as the Rottnest Island Authority's environment, risk and safety general manager. While Holly was on the IDBE course she was working on the implementation of the Olympic Delivery Authority's highly acclaimed sustainability programme. She used this as a case study in her IDBE thesis which examined how sustainability can be managed in design and construction to reduce the carbon footprint of buildings.

Read all about her exciting new role in the recent West Australian article:

The Western Australian

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