Huy Huynh

Executive Director

Bachelor of Architecture (1st Class Hons) Registered Architect, NSW

Huy Huynh is recognised for his thoroughly professional approach to project management. This has its nexus in 5 years in architectural practice where the design, functional and buildability imperatives of Aged Care, Education, Health and Commercial projects were developed and refined.  This experience has been followed by over 15 years as Project Manager - developing, directing and commissioning an unusually broad range of projects for Government and private sector Clients alike.  Huy’s career trajectory gives him the experience to contribute valuable advice and insights at all stages of project development; this is the value Huy adds to all his commissions.
Huy has held numerous project leadership roles including with the NSW Department of Public Works and University of Sydney before joining CPS over 12 years ago. Coupled with his architectural design background Huy brings a sensitive and consistent stakeholder engagement focus to his Project Director roles.  Huy’s breadth of experience includes working on assignment in South East Asia for the Australian Department of  Foreign Affairs & Trade on infrastructure aid projects. He has also been involved with commercial developments in South East Asia and has an excellent insight into the region. Huy continues to maintain contacts and relationships in South East Asia. 

Huy’s thorough knowledge of design and construction and his commitment and creative aptitude has delivered great results for university campuses, law courts, residential developments, aged care facilities and primary and secondary schools. On the way through, Huy’s firm and fair contract administration, sound financial management, negotiation strengths and confident leadership style provides a complete project management service to our Clients.

The $330m Queens Square Law Courts redevelopment typifies Huy’s talents as project manager, where the 27-storey building in the Sydney CBD presented many challenges. The project was undertaken in stages under a construction management arrangement over an 8-year timeframe, whilst maintaining full functionality to all the courts and administrative facilities during construction.

In 2017 Huy was elevated to the role of Executive Director and as part of the CPS Executive Team is responsible for the management of our project management teams in the Education, Aged Care and Justice Sectors.