B.Arch ( Hons First Class), NZCD (arch), ANZIA, NZRAB #3751 Principal, McAuliffe Stevens Ltd, Dunedin, NZ 

Craig McAuliffe has nearly 25 years’ professional experience in Architecture, with a passion for the built environment, high quality Architecture and the enjoyment of the relationships that exist within the Client - Architecture team.  He believes in a rigorous, professional approach to all aspects of the services he delivers through experience, diligence, communication and through documentation.  He has studied and worked as an Architect and draughtsman in NZ, Australia and the UK since 1991. 

Craig completed a Bachelor of Architecture in Sydney in 2004, finishing with 1st Class Honors, then came home to Dunedin in 2005, establishing Arcon Projects which merged to form McAuliffe Stevens Limited and has been providing Architectural and Project Management services to a wide variety of clientele as a Principal of McAuliffe Stevens, ever since.  Craig has been a New Zealand Registered Architect since 2008 and is a current Architect member of the New Zealand Institute of Architects.

NZCD (arch), B Arch, FNZIA, NZRAB #2025 Principal; McAuliffe Stevens Ltd, Queenstown, NZ

Preston Stevens has a wide-ranging experience in all aspects of professional architectural practice and has an established a reputation for provision of quality services (design and technical) and documentation.

Preston commenced his first position within architectural practice in 1977 and became a Registered Architect in 1988.  Preston is Principal and Director of McAuliffe Stevens Limited, established in 2013.  McAuliffe Stevens has offices in both Queenstown and Dunedin and Preston is mainly located in the Queenstown office. 

For nine years before establishing McAuliffe Stevens, Preston was the Principal and Director of the Queenstown practice; 2 Architecture Studio Limited.  Prior to this he was a senior project architect with the Dunedin practice of Harrison Gillies for eight years, before becoming a Practice Director with Archimedia Ltd, running their Queenstown office for 10 years. 

From April 2014 to March 2016 Preston was the Chair of the Southern Branch of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, followed with a period of 10 months as the Southern Branch representative on the Council of the NZIA. 

Preston is the Chair of the Queenstown Lakes District Council Urban Design Panel, having been a member since 2007.  For a number of years Prestion has been a consultant Architect undertaking design review for the Butel Park (Arrowtown) Homeowners Asssociation and also as a member of the Design Review Panel for the Bendemeer residential subdivision near Arrowtown.