Tai came to Carter Williamson having recently arrived to this country, and as a young man stepping out in a foreign country in his formative years. He was brave from the start.
He impressed us immediately. We gave him a task at the same time as a graduate working in our office and he did it better and more quickly. We offered him a job on the spot.
That was 11 years ago.
Tai completed a technical drawing course – he was top of his class – then started an architecture degree at UNSW, which he graduated from with flying colours.
As sad as it is to see Tai leave us for his next challenge, it is with great heart-felt warmth that we have been part of Tai’s life, his growing and his journey.
As Tai knows, his is and will forever be part of the Carter Williamson family. We look forward to hearing of his success, and his continued development as an architect and as a young man with a big, bright future.
PS: Tai, you still need to give me your mum’s oxtail soup recipe!