Matthew Ulterino is an experienced urban planner with 20 years of professional history in master planning, property development strategy, policy and market research, and project delivery.
He holds a master’s degree in urban planning from Columbia University and has held a range of positions at design and engineering consultancies, research establishments, and not-for-profit economic development and community housing organizations in the United States, Australia, and United Kingdom. As a leader in his field, he has published several articles and conference papers; spoken at industry events; and developed and delivered professional training courses.
Matthew brings strong strategic and technical knowledge across numerous built environment sectors such as property markets, green building design, urban infrastructure and utilities, distributed renewable energy, contaminated land, and urban ecology. He was a senior consultant at the leading Australian engineering company Sinclair Knight Merz (now Jacobs) in Melbourne and London. While in Melbourne, he led or contributed to numerous planning policy and green and brownfield land/master planning projects for clients such as City of Melbourne, City of Alice Springs, Australian Greenhouse Office, VicUrban, Australian Department of Defence, Green Building Council of Australia, Australand, Melbourne Water, and Victoria Department of Sustainability and Environment.