The Team

Issac Huynh


Issac has over 15 years experience in the built environment. As a fully qualified town planner and registered building surveyor, Issac provides a holistic approach to building and construction.

He has previously worked at the City of Melbourne as a Town Planner and for one of Australia’s largest national building surveying firm. With a broad knowledge base and experience of building projects across all classifications, his can-do attitude and honest approach will assist and guide you through the statutory building process.


  • Graduate Certificate in Performance Based Building & Fire Codes – Victoria University, 2013
  • Bachelor of Building Surveying – Holmesglen Institute of Tafe, 2011
  • Graduate Certificate of Technology (Construction Management) – Swinburne University, 2010
  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Planning) – RMIT University, 2007

Memberships and Registration:

  • Member of the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors
  • Member of the Planning Institute of Australia
  • Registered Building Practitioner, Building Surveyor, Victorian Building Authority

Jennifer Hlaing

Senior Building Code Consultant

Jennifer has over seven years experience in the building industry. She has previously worked for a boutique builder successfully coordinating multi-residential projects. With her strong knowledge in project management, estimating, communication between subcontractors, suppliers, project consultants and overseeing project programmes, she brings much knowledge to the team.

Today, Jennifer is our Building Code Consultant responsible for preparing regulatory assessments and responding to general office enquiries. She is patient, courteous and very knowledgeable particularly with Volume Two of the NCC. Jennifer is one of our office ‘all-rounders’.


  • Graduate Diploma in Building Surveying– Victoria University, 2023
  • Master of Construction Management (Cost Management) – University of Melbourne, 2018
  • Bachelor of Environments (Construction Major) – University of Melbourne, 2016