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Landowners, developers and purchasers should be aware of two key changes to planning laws in Victoria:
Monday, 27 March 2017
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Meinhardt Planning is part of the Water Technology and Essential Economics team appointed to develop the Port Welshpool Marine Precinct Plan.
Friday, 24 March 2017
Building services discipline leader Mathew Burke will join a select group of leading international and local industry experts to discuss the future of Australia’s growing skyline.
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
As Group Chairman, Dr. Shahzad Nasim is involved with the Group and works closely with the Management team to oversee the performance of all Meinhardt offices across the globe, client management and providing input to all the major projects undertaken by Meinhardt Group.
Dr. Nasim’s career as a Professional Structural Engineer spans more than three decades. He is responsible for the overall coordination of multi-disciplinary professional teams, leading the conceptual designs and overseeing the detail design and constructions of major and complex projects undertaken by Meinhardt. He has built a regional reputation for providing highly innovative, buildable and cost-effective solutions for tall buildings and complex infrastructure projects.
The projects led by Dr. Nasim include some of the landmark commercial offices, residential and retail and entertainment complexes such as The Dubai Mall (Dubai, U.A.E), The Marina Bay Financial Centre (Singapore), The Sail @ Marina Bay (Singapore), One Raffles Quay (Singapore), OUB Centre (Singapore), The River (Bangkok) and Bank of China (Hong Kong).
Dr. Nasim is regularly invited to speak at local and regional conferences and has numerous papers to his credit. He is also actively involved in educational, professional and statutory boards related to the construction industry.
Group CEOMeinhardt Group
As Group CEO, Omar manages over 4,300 employees across 45 offices as well as to oversee the performance of all Meinhardt offices across the globe, client management, expansion and the diversification of the Group’s international business.
Omar previously held the role of Deputy CEO and his responsibilities included overseeing the Group’s financial performance, investor relations, risk management, setting up the Water and Environmental division and heading the Group’s Middle East and Africa business.
Prior to joining Meinhardt, Omar has had extensive experience in the financial services industry having worked as an investment banker and research analyst for two international banks in Singapore.
Regional CEONorth Asia
W.H. has over 42 years of experience in the design, documentation and contract administration of engineering systems of various types of projects in Hong Kong, China, Australia and Overseas. He joined Meinhardt for more than 31 years and built the company from a 20-staff M&E consulting practice to the current 1000 staff multi-disciplinary practice. He spearheads the Meinhardt operations in China and had set up offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. He actively participates in engineering and institutional activities in Hong Kong and had been a HKIE Council Member; Chairman of HKIE Electrical Division; Chairman of HKIE Electrical Discipline Advisory Panel; Chairman of HKSAR Electrical Safety Advisory Committee and a member of HKSAR Energy Advisory Committee.
Managing DirectorMeinhardt Infrastructure Singapore
Kok Siong is a Registered Professional Engineer (Civil) and an Accredited Checker practising in Singapore. He has more than 35 years of experience in the field of civil, structural and building engineering and has been involved in several high profile infrastructure projects in Singapore such as the new Downtown Line stage 1 to 3, Circle Line stage 4 and 5, the Central Expressway Tunnel and the Changi Airport MRT station. He was also responsible as the Principal-in-Charge of the Tuas Immersed Tube Tunnel, Bukit Panjang LRT, and MRT North-East Line Contracts 703, 706, 707 and 710.
His involvement in the major building projects includes the Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, 50-storey PosBank HQ, 52-storey Treasury Building and Jurong Point Shopping Centre.
CEO Meinhardt China
Reuben has over 36 years of experience in managing and engineering large-scale building and infrastructure developments and has been involved in many substantial projects in Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China and United Kingdom. He is in charge of all structural, infrastructural and environmental business for our China offices and has set up the Group’s Advanced Technology R&D arm. He is also an adjunct professor for the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Civil Engineering.
Reuben is currently the President of Hong Kong Institution of Highways and Transportation, and had been President of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, Chairman of Hong Kong Association of Consulting Engineers, Chairman of Professional Green Building Council, Council Member of UK Institution of Structural Engineers and Chairman of UK Institution of Highways and Transportation (HK Branch). In addition, he served on many HK Government Boards and Committees including Land and Development Advisory Committee, ICAC Corruption Prevention Advisory Committee, Transportation Tribunal, Building Tribunal, Registered Structural Engineers Committee and Contractor Registration Committee etc.
Executive DirectorChina/Hong Kong
Nick has over 33 years’ engineering and management experience working in Asia, the United Kingdom and Australia. Nick joined Meinhardt in 1994 in Bangkok, established our office in Manila in 1996 and managed all aspects of this business through four years of rapid growth and profitability, and has since lived and worked in Tokyo and Hong Kong. A truly international background and his ability to understand and adapt to changing surroundings and the environment has helped him lead new business expansion and growth strategies across Asia and beyond.
Responsible for large project teams and their specialists, Nick insists on timely delivery and professional service in order to fully satisfy external and internal client requirements. He has brought the same focus to our lead consultancy commissions which provide a total service to large infrastructure and facilities projects, enveloping our entire multidisciplinary capability.
Regional CEOSouth Asia Managing Director - Meinhardt Thailand
From New Zealand, John has more than three decades of experience in civil, structural and earthquake engineering as well as project management, backed by considerable multinational experience in Europe and Southeast Asia.
As CEO of Meinhardt’s South Asia region, John has oversight of a broad swath of markets from Pakistan and India to Southeast Asia and is responsible for their growth and performance.
As Managing Director of Meinhardt Thailand, John founded Meinhardt’s Bangkok office, which has become one of Thailand’s foremost multidisciplinary engineering consultancies. John is fluent in the Thai language and maintains hands-on leadership to provide significant technical and management input in all of the office’s projects.
Dat Chau has more than 25 years of experience and has a vast knowledge of engineering and construction practices in both Vietnam and Australia, including the last 10 years successfully managing an engineering office.
He has been involved in the success of major projects in Vietnam comprising Tam Diep Cement Plant, Flour Mill in Quang Ninh, Caravelle Hotel in HCM City, Mekong Transport and Flood Protection (WB), Feasibility Study on the Saigon River Crossing (UKODA), Saigon Port Rehabilitation (ADB), HCM City Urban Traffic Management (WB), Feasibility Study for BOT Development of HCM City – Bien Hoa – Vung Tau Expressway and the recent BOT Water Supply Project.