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RPI Promotes Stephanie Hope to Director

RPI Promotes Stephanie Hope to Director

RP Infrastructure (RPI) would like to congratulate Stephanie Hope on her promotion to Director within the Victorian Project Management team.

Stephanie joined RPI in 2010 and has since worked across many high-profile projects in the civic and cultural space, and supported a number of important accommodation projects.

Brett Magnussen, National Director of Project Management, noted that Stephanie’s experience and drive have not only ensured she has delivered outstanding results for her clients, but will further bolster RPI’s expansion in the Victorian market.

“I am delighted to announce Stephanie’s promotion to Director, which is a reflection of her significant project experience, dedication to her clients, and commitment to delivering exceptional project outcomes,” said Brett.

“With her diverse civic, cultural and accommodation experience, Stephanie will be instrumental in helping us develop further in these sectors to ensure we can support more Victorian clients with their project needs.”

Stephanie’s experience includes working with Development Victoria on the NGV Contemporary Design Competition, completing the detailed business case for the National Herbarium of NSW, and undertaking the business case and planning for the Western Australian Museum.

Stephanie is currently spearheading the growth of the affordable housing portfolio and has been working with Melbourne City Mission and Launch Housing. Further, she is supporting the Property Industry Foundation with pro bono services for their Boronia House project.

Stephanie is also focused on developing broader accommodation opportunities in the Victoria market. Before joining RPI, she managed several large and complex mixed-use residential developments as a Development Manager for one of the UK’s largest real estate service providers.

Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Planning and Design and a Bachelor of Property and Construction from the University of Melbourne. She is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.