School of Property, Construction & Project Management

Women Building Futures: Alumni Panel Member Announced: Sirine Deewan


We are very pleased to announce that Sirine Deewan will be part of our Alumni Panel on the day. Sirine will share her story with us on stage. Here is a snippet of Sirine’s story:

An interview with Sirine Deewan – Alumni of the Property postgraduate degree.

Where are you working now?

“Landream Property Group”

What is your role and what activities does your role entail on a daily basis?

“Development Manager”

What was your favourite part of your degree?

“Knowledge about Development”

What do you like best about your role?

“Develop the property to achieve the company’s objective & finance performance.”

What attracted you to your role?

“Challenge, Industry Dynamic & Design.”

What is most important to you when looking for a job?

“Responsibility & Project are important equally.”

Tell us about your career journey so far.

In my role as a Development Manager, I am responsible for managing a range of apartments and mixed use developments in Landream portfolio in Melbourne and Sydney.

A significant Landream project is located in 600 Collins Street The major tall building is designed by an award winning architect in ZaHa Hadid in conjunction with the engineering teams in Robert Bird and Aurecon. Other projects under my responsibilities are The Carrington Boxhill, NorthCote Hill, Chase Apartment and Bee croft. 

Before joining Landream, I worked as an Assistant Development Manager/Superintendent’s representative for Bensons Property Group, a private Australian apartment developer. In this role I developed a range of medium density apartments as well as mixed use and commercial projects.

Prior to settling in Australia, I worked for Raimon Land. The listed company is a major luxury residential property developer in Thailand. My best achievement there was the delivery of the award winning apartment project of South East Asia, “The River” which had 806 apartments, mixed-use services apartment, retails and mall. 

Tell us about the challenges and triumphs you have faced as a female in a male-dominated industry

“Yes, it is a male-dominate business. So, I always make sure that I am acting as the Voice , not the Echo .”

If you could say one thing to young females looking to enter the industry – what would it be?

“Be Brave, Be Bold, Be Strong and Be Original. You are doing great…. just to dream to be here.”

Read more about the International Women’s Day event: Women Building Futures: Careers in Property, Construction and Project Management here:


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s


This entry was posted on February 18, 2016 by and tagged , , , , , , .
%d bloggers like this: