Marthinus Noyce

Technical Director / Mechanical / National Health Sector Lead

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"I gain the greatest satisfaction from working on healthcare buildings that are so important in serving our communities."

Marthinus is passionate about influencing, designing, and engineering systems that create great environments for people that are safe, comfortable, efficient, and environmentally conscious whilst creating and fostering partnerships and friendships on the journey.

With an inherent technical ability and passion for the built form, Marthinus was influenced from a young age by his father, who owned a construction company, and his uncle, a structural engineer on the Sydney Opera House.

His 25 years working on both the construction and consulting side of projects have given him the experience to run large, complex developments successfully. Having worked across Australia, South Africa, and the Middle East, he has gained a broad set of skills that have enabled excellent collaboration with project partners due to the knowledge gained and his understanding across the many facets of big projects.

Marthinus says he gains the greatest satisfaction from working on healthcare buildings that are so important to our communities. He is passionate about evolving sustainability and technology trends within the health space, and as ADP’s Health Lead, he has oversight & involvement with all of ADP’s health projects. Some of these current projects include the works at the Frances Perry House and Royal Woman’s Hospital, Wyvern Private Health in NSW, and the Gold Coast Private Hospital in QLD.

Outside of work, Marthinus is a hobby beekeeper and maintains a beehive in his back garden. Curious by nature, he is intrigued by the complexity of bees and their hives, their importance in the environment and the many uses of honey. He is always up for watching a rugby union match or a soccer game supporting his beloved Springboks or Liverpool (it’s complicated!) and has adopted the Western Bulldogs in the AFL.

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