Nigel Justins

Nigel has over 25 years’ professional experience as an architect and is widely recognised as a leader in the transport infrastructure sector.

He has collaborated with government, design consultants and contractors on many major light and heavy rail projects throughout Australia including new and upgraded stations, truncation projects, traction substations, bus and signal depots and multi storey car parks. Combining his highly regarded design, technical and leadership skills, Nigel has considerable versatility and a proven track record of project delivery through all stages. All of Nigel’s work is underscored by an imperative to adopt sustainable design solutions, his considerable knowledge of sustainable design gained from practical application across many projects in recent years, as well as through his role as co-chair of the AIA NSW Sustainability Committee.


  • Transport for NSW, Transport Access Program 1 (TAP 1)
  • Transport for NSW, Transport Access Program 2 (TAP 2)
  • Western Sydney Airport Rail Feasibility Study
  • Capital Metro Light Rail (Internal Verification), Canberra
  • 201 Kent Street Lobby Upgrade, Sydney
  • Newcastle Heavy Rail Truncation (Woodhead)
  • Station Upgrades – Artarmon, East Hills, Pendle Hill, Doonside and Heathcote (Woodhead)
  • Western Region Bus Depot (Woodhead)
  • Penrith Station Interchange (Woodhead)
  • Adamstown Station (Woodhead)
  • Sutherland Station (DesignInc)