B.E (Electrical and Computer) | IESANZ, IPENZ, GSNZAP
Mona Aziz became part of the S&T family in 2005, rising to Associate by 2009. She is a rare commodity in the industry, being one of the few female electrical engineers in the world who is an award winning lighting designer. Her contribution to the complex integration of lighting in the architecture at 45 Queen Street brought her acclaim, and proved that creativity can be combined with practicality to produce something of inordinate precision and elegance.
Mona’s enthusiasm for maths and a curiosity into how things work has turned in to a successful career that has seen her portfolio include the Thomas Building at the University of Auckland, commercial offices at 8 Nugent Street, the 464 Remuera Road Apartments, the Silverdale Medical Centre and churches throughout New Zealand, Samoa and American Samoa. Beyond this, her post- graduate degree in Illumination Engineering has seen her work on Emergency Lighting designs in almost every sector.
It is the ever changing landscape of engineering that maintains her zeal, as she finds that there is “always something new to learn or apply”. As a Principal, her main aim going forward is to strengthen S&T, especially in its regard to innovative lighting. By bringing our capacity for beautiful illumination to the forefront, she hopes to inspire our clients with the possibilities that are right at their fingertips.