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Godwin Asare-Bediako

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PERSONAL PARTICULARS

GODWIN ASARE-BEDIAKO  –  BSc [Arch] | BHons [Arch] | MArch | Pr Arch SA

Date of Birth                                      : 08 August 1983

Gender                                                 : Male

Cell Number                                        : 0720680958

Work Tel                                              : 011 – 593 2216

Drivers License (License #)         : YES

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

2002 – 2005

Studied and graduated from the University of Pretoria School of Architecture   – Bsc[Architecture] Pretoria, South Africa

2005 – 2006

Studied and graduated from the University of Pretoria School of Architecture   – BHons[Architecture] Pretoria, South Africa

2006 – 2007

Studied and graduated from the University of Pretoria School of Architecture   –  MArch[Architecture] Pretoria, South Africa

2007 – 2009

Boogertman + Partners Architects, Pretoria, South Africa

2009 – 2010

Boogertman + Partners Architects, Johannesburg, South Africa

2010 – 2011

Passed Professional Practice exam with distinction

2010 – 2011

Phenomenal Architects, Pretoria, South Africa

Godwin Asare-Bediako is a Professional Architect and responsible for Design Development and implementation in the Johannesburg office, for projects nationally. He has 6 (six) years of experience in the field of Architecture.  During his studies, he worked for ARC Architects in Pretoria as vacation work in his first 3 (three) years of studying. After graduating with a BSc(Architecture) degree in 2005, he enrolled for the honours programme which he completed the same year and graduated with a BHons(Architecture) degree in 2006. In 2007, he graduated with an MArch(Prof) degree from the University Of Pretoria with a dissertation entitled “Centre for Youth Subcultural Expression”. In 2007, he joined Boogertman + Partners Architects as a full time design Architect at the Pretoria office. Godwin worked under a series of projects under the mentorship of Mr. Francois Bredenkamp on national as well as international projects. In 2009, he joined the Johannesburg office and worked under the mentorship of senior designer and director of Boogertman + Partners, Mr. Wessel van Dyk.  His experience and expertise has mostly covered the aspects of design in the architectural profession, and has been part of large professional teams.

His principal architectural skills are concept design and design development. He has been involved in numerous types of architecture, including corporate head offices, office developments, retail, residential, and industrial (light).

Mr. Asare-Bediako currently heads up IDC Architects Johannesburg.

PRACTICE  HISTORY

2012 till to date

IDC Architects and Development Planners

Position  : Director and Partner

Since 2009 Mr. Asare-Bediako gained extensive experience on the following major projects:

  • Khartoum Housing Development, Khartoum, Sudan
  • 6 Fountains Lifestyle Center, Pretoria
  • Gaborone Office Park, Gaborone, Botswana
  • Kenleaf Convenience Center, Kenleaf, Johannesburg
  • Le Baron Housing Development, Le Baron, Egypt
  • Long Meadow Urban Development, Fourways, Johannesburg
  • Menlyn Maine Urban Development, Menlyn, Pretoria
  • Midrand Offices, 526 16th Street, Midrand
  • New Road Showroom, Midrand
  • Inanda Greens Office Park, Inanda, Johannesburg
  • Maseru Office Park, Maseru, Lesotho
  • Sarah Baartman design competition, Hankey, Eastern Cape
  • Midstream offices for Retail Africa, Midstream, Midrand
  • La Balise marine development, La Balise, Maurituis
  • IEC office park, Midstream, Midrand
  • House Tlhapi, Seasons Eco Estate, Rustenburg
  • House Kalobwa, Lumbabashi, DRC Congo
  • House Ayeh, Ha Tsatsane, Lesotho
  • House Baffoe, White City, Lesotho
  • House Lechesa, Fourways, Johannesburg
  • House Mncube, Sunninghill, Johannesburg
  • Queen II Quarter Mixed Used Development, Maseru, Lesotho
  • Rayal Trading Offices and factories, Ekandustria, Pretoria
  • Nkangala FET College Proposals, Siyabuswa and Middelburg campuses, Mpumalanga