Doug Thompson joins Singapore team
International multidisciplinary design practice HBO+EMTB has announced the appointment of a new head of Workplace Design to its Singapore studio.
HBO+EMTB managing director Kevin Fitzgerald said Doug Thompson, who has been appointed to the position, brings a wealth of experience and market knowledge to the firm and will work across projects in the Asia-Pacific region.
âDoug has an international career focusing on the Asian region, and has a diverse background in the design industry including commercial, workplaces and retail.
âHe adopts a âbrand focusedâ approach to interior design, creating unique and fresh concepts aligned with the clientâs identities and objectives.
âDoug also has a background in exhibition and event design which enhances his ability to create experiential spaces that are impactful and memorable.
âHe has an enhanced understanding of the regional cultural nuances that can be harnessed to positively influence design and create identity and pride in a space,â Mr. Fitzgerald said.
Dougâs career portfolio includes projects for Singapore Airlines, Clifford Chance, McKinsey, Cisco, Ford Motors, Vodafone, St Pancreas Station, Moscow Airport Terminal, Facebook and many others.
HONG KONG, May 7, 2013 â Taubman Asia is pleased to announce that Paul Wright has been promoted to group vice president, leasing. In this role, Mr. Wright is responsible for overseeing Taubman Asiaâs leasing activities and growing the companyâs leasing platform in Asia.
Since joining Taubman Asia as director of leasing in 2006 and being promoted to vice president of leasing in 2007, Mr. Wright has been a key contributor in leading Taubman Asiaâs leasing strategy in numerous Asian projects, including the International Financial Center Mall (IFC) in Seoul, South Korea, which opened in August 2012.
Mr. Wright has over 16 years of experience across leasing, retail operations and relationship management of key international retailers, accumulated from his former advisory roles for development and redevelopment projects throughout the Asian region including China, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.
RenÃ© Tremblay, president, Taubman Asia, said, âPaul brings tremendous experience to this important role. His in-depth knowledge of best practices helps us close deals with high quality tenants and introduce a unique merchant mix to shoppers in Asia.â
Paul Wright said, âI am excited to lead the companyâs growing leasing team in Asia, which provides us a great opportunity to bring in new and high-potential brands to the market. We aim to deliver an exciting shopping experience in Taubman Asiaâs retail properties through a compelling mix of retail shops, entertainment facilities and restaurants.â
Mr. Wright is based in Taubman Asiaâs regional headquarters in Hong Kong. In addition to the ongoing management operations of IFC Mall in Seoul, Taubman Asia is also developing a portfolio of projects including Hanam Union Square in Greater Seoul, and two recently announced projects in Xiâan and Zhengzhou, China.
Taubman Centers, Inc. (NYSE: TCO) is an S&P MidCap 400 Real Estate Investment Trust. Taubman is engaged in the ownership, management and/or leasing of 27 regional, super-regional and outlet shopping centers in the U.S. and Asia. Taubmanâs U.S.-owned properties are the most productive in the publicly held U.S. regional mall industry. Taubman is currently developing Taubman Prestige Outlets Chesterfield in Chesterfield, Missouri; The Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota, Florida; The Mall of San Juan in San Juan, Puerto Rico; and shopping malls in Xiâan and Zhengzhou, China and Hanam, Greater Seoul, South Korea. Taubman Centers is headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and Taubman Asia, the platform for Taubman Centersâ expansion into China and South Korea, is headquartered in Hong Kong. Founded in 1950, Taubman has over 60 years of experience in the shopping center industry. For more information about Taubman, visit www.taubman.com.
About Taubman Asia
Taubman Asia is a subsidiary of U.S. Mall operator Taubman Centers – a leader in the shopping center industry. Taubman Asia is the platform for Taubman Centers’ expansion into China and South Korea and focuses on owning, managing, and/or leasing high-quality and sustainable retail real estate projects in Asia that leverage Taubman’s strong retail planning design and operational capabilities. For more information about Taubman Asia, visit www.taubman.com.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is extending $200 million in loans to the Dynagreen Environmental Protection Group Company to help small and medium-sized cities in the Peopleâs Republic of China (PRC) turn their growing mountains of solid waste into a sustainable source of renewable energy. The loan agreement was signed today in Beijing.
âUnlike large cities which are implementing waste-to-energy projects through public-private partnerships, smaller municipal governments have difficulty attracting private sector interest, which results in large amounts of untreated waste leading to harmful gas emissions and soil and groundwater contamination,â said Hisaka Kimura, Principal Investment Specialist of ADBâs Private Sector Operations Department.
The PRC is the worldâs second largest producer of solid waste, generating more than 220 million tons annually. Although the per capita production of solid waste in the PRC is only about 20% of the average in industrialized nations, it is expected to grow considerably in small and medium-sized cities where huge population growth is expected by 2030.
Developing waste-to-energy plants for smaller cities will address these challenges, and generate a valuable source of renewable energy as well.
The ADB loan will help build at least nine plants capable of converting up to 6,300 tons of municipal solid waste daily into electricity. The plants are expected to generate around 610 gigawatt-hours of electricity a year by 2018, using clean technologies.
The project was identified and developed by ADBâs public sector operations and financed by private sector operations under its new Public-Private Partnership initiative.
Dynagreen, the environmental infrastructure arm of Beijing State-Owned Assets Management Company, will develop and operate these facilities under public-private partnership arrangements. Unlike many of its peers, Dynagreen employs technology which does not require coal as a supplemental fuel to burn the waste. By using fossil fuel substitute and avoiding methane emissions, the plants will reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the PRC by about 450,000 tons a year.
ADB is extending a direct loan from its ordinary capital resources of $100 million equivalent in yuan and a local currency complementary loan of up to $100 million equivalent to be funded by commercial banks. An associated technical assistance grant of $500,000 from ADB will also help Dynagreen enhance its corporate governance system.
Shanghai event largest-ever in China for corporate real estate and facility executives
SHANGHAI (8 April 2013) â CoreNet Global introduced its newly-elected global Board of Directors to a record-setting audience of 560 business leaders at the opening session of the groupâs Asia Global Summit in Shanghai on 26 March.
It was the single largest event ever held in China by CoreNet Global, the worldâs leading association for corporate real estate and facility management executives with 7,800 members worldwide.
Heading the CoreNet Global Board is Jim Scannell, Senior Vice President, Administrative Services at The Travelers Companies Inc., who will remain as Chairman of the Board.
Randall Smith, Vice President, Global Real Estate, Oracle Corporation, will serve as Chair-elect.
Steven Quick, Executive Managing Director, Global Corporate Services, CBRE, will continue to serve on the Board as Treasurer.
Newly-elected Directors to serve a three-year term concluding in the spring of 2016:
Kate Langan, Group General Manager Property, ANZ Banking Group
Ken Manke, Vice President Workplace Services, Unilever
Doug Sharp, President Corporate Solutions Americas, Jones Lang LaSalle
Terry Wood, Vice President, Workplace Solutions, JDS Uniphase
Chair, CoreNet Global Component Leadership Council, serving a one-year term:
Brian Crockford, Business Operations Manager, RE&F, Microsoft Corp
Chris Mach, Associate Director, AT&T Services, who served in this capacity in 2012, will complete his one-year term.
In addition, the Board appointed the following new Associate Directors with a one-year term:
Mike Nuby, Manager, Project Management Division, Economic Development Services, Southern California Edison
Kent Wiegel, Partner, Capstan Advisors
T. Patrick Donnelly, Principal, BHDP Architects, will continue on the board to fill a vacated, one-year term.
The following Directors will continue to serve on the Board:
Christopher L. Staal, MCR, Vice President & Global Head, Real Estate & Facility Management, Thomson Reuters
Sean Prasad, Vice President, Real Estate and Facilities, T-Mobile
Irene Masterton, General Manager, Retail Real Estate, Shell International Petroleum Company, Ltd.
Denis McGowan, Group Head CRES Business Alignment and Asset Management, Standard Chartered Bank
Michael Creamer FRICS, Partner: Head of EMEA, Corporate Occupier & Investor Services, Cushman & Wakefield LLP
Erica Chapman, Esq., Head of Real Estate (NAFTA/LatAm) & Attorney, OSRAM SYLVANIA
Directors completing their terms are:
Lee Utke, MCR, Senior Director, Global Corporate Real Estate, Whirlpool Corporation
Matt Fanoe, Vice President of Real Estate, Coca-Cola Refreshments
John Forrest, CEO, Corporate Solutions, Asia-Pacific, Jones Lang LaSalle
Lydia Jacobs-Horton, Director, Global Facilities & Real Estate, Procter & Gamble
Maureen Ehrenberg, Global Director of Facilities Management, CBRE
Philip Grossberg, Managing Director, Corporate Solutions, CBRE
The following Associate Directors continue to serve on CoreNet Globalâs Board:
Gina Rizzo, Global Client Relations, Herman Miller
Jessica Beers, VP, Business Development, DTZ a UGL Company
Associate directors completing their terms are:
Robin Ronne, Managing Director, Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance
For more information, please visit www.corenetglobal.org
NOTE: MCR is the Master of Corporate Real Estate professional designation awarded by CoreNet Global.
More than 60,000 households in rural India will have better access to electricity by 2015 as Simpa Networks, a company supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), scales up the sales of its off-grid, pay-as-you-go solar energy solutions.
ADB has signed a $2 million equity investment in Simpa Networks, a company that offers a simple, prepaid payment platform to enable affordable clean energy solutions for underserved consumers in India.
âThe success of this entrepreneurial venture could lead to increased venture capital funding for inclusive business models which deliver goods and services to those at the base of the economic pyramid,â said Aniruddha Patil, Investment Specialist with ADBâs Private Sector Operations Department.
Greater access to electricity in rural India will enable children to study beyond sunset, replace smoky fuels such as kerosene with clean solar energy, improve respiratory health of household members, and improve overall productivity of rural households.
âOur mission is to make clean energy simple, affordable, and investible. Our relationship with ADB will help us advance that mission, demonstrate the commercial viability of investing in small scale distributed solar, and mobilize more funds into the sector. The end goal, of course, is to expand access to clean, reliable electricity,â said Paul Needham, President of Simpa Networks.
Simpaâs customers make a small initial downpayment for a high quality solar home system and then pre-pay for their energy service, topping up their systems in small user-defined increments using a mobile phone. Each payment also adds towards their final purchase price. Once fully paid, the system unlocks permanently and continues to produce electricity. The technology is also offered to solar micro-grid developers as an extremely flexible prepaid metering, customer, and revenue management solution.
Simpa Networks was established in 2010 by Paul Needham, Jacob Winiecki, and Michael Machargâthree accomplished and highly regarded entrepreneurs with a proven track record in energy access, micro-payments, and information technology. Simpaâs operations in India are based out of Bengaluru in Karnataka.
Established in 2008, the Energy for All Initiative strengthens ADBâs support for innovative projects that provide energy access, and seeks to identify the best business energy access models and works with entrepreneurs to learn from, replicate and scale up these successes.
International property services firm Jones Lang LaSalle today announced the official launch of its Premium Leasing and Management Services. The implementation of the premium services, which will further strengthen Jones Lang LaSalleâs Corporate Services offering across Hong Kongâs property market, comes following the announcement that Stephen Bruce will join the firm as Head of Premium Leasing and Management
âThe launch of the Premium Leasing and Management Services and the appointment of Stephen Bruce to lead the department is a demonstration of our commitment to establishing Jones Lang LaSalle as the standout provider of professional real estate services in Hong Kong. In particular, the firm is able to provide unique expertise as sole leasing agents for commercial space in the market,â said Gavin Morgan, Chief Operating Officer and Head of Leasing, Jones Lang LaSalle, Hong Kong.
The Premium Leasing and Management Services department will be led by Stephen Bruce, who joins Jones Lang LaSalle from Hongkong Land. Stephen will utilise his extensive experience in office leasing and management to supervise a dedicated team of professionals which will act as a single point of contact to clients.
The leasing services will focus on optimising the return clients receive on their commercial property portfolios. Jones Lang LaSalle will consult directly with landlords to tailor leasing operations according to the market environment and negotiate rental packages with prospective tenants to ensure landlords receive the best possible deal. In an on-going process the dedicated team will continually review market conditions and advise clients when negotiating the renewal of agreements with existing tenants.
Jones Lang LaSalle offers outstanding services as the sole leasing agent, recently announcing its appointment in this role for CCB Tower, the only building with premium grade A office space to open in Central in 2012. The firm also acted as the sole leasing agent for Island East, Octa Tower and Hysan Place in Causeway Bay.
âThe introduction of the premium leasing services will achieve immediate results for our clients by improving asset value and ensuring they obtain favourable terms in tenancy agreements. The services provided by our professionals will limit the vacancy periods of space and attract suitable tenants to attain the ideal balance within the building, benefiting all parties concerned.â added Morgan.
The services provided by the Premium Leasing and Management Services department at Jones Lang LaSalle includes creating bespoke marketing programmes for clients, as well as providing advice on the design and style of new buildings or those under renovation to best attract tenants. The professional team will also be responsible for managing enquiries and making introductions to prospective tenants.
The management services provided by Jones Lang LaSalle will be further strengthened by the launch of the Premium Leasing and Management services. The changes will focus on achieving an improved experience for tenants within client portfolios. The enhanced programme will include the introduction of new concierge and personal services provided by professionally trained staff, supported by the latest technology, at each property.
The University of Hong Kong invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Estates. Appointment will be made on a five-year fixed-term basis, with the possibility of renewal.
- Manage the Estates Office of over 270 professional, technical and support staff to further improve the services and cost effectiveness in all aspects of facilities management functions ranging from design and management of facilities development, overseeing the construction process to the provision of property management services
- Oversee the operations of the Estates Office in building services, cleaning and recycling, transportation, security, provision of furniture, and other related services
- Enhance the sustainability of the Universityâs infrastructural development and work closely with the Safety Office to provide a safe environment for the University community and its visitors.
- Interact closely with the IT Services to support the provision of state-of-the-art IT/AV facilities to facilitate teaching and learning and administrative activities
- A degree and/or equivalent professional qualifications in project management, facilities management, engineering, surveying, architecture, sustainability and/or other related disciplines with minimum 15 years of relevant experience
- Proven management and leadership capability
Application and Nomination
The University of Hong Kong is being represented in this search by Asianet Consultants. Please submit nominations or applications to:
Mr. Peter Liu
Managing Director, Asianet Consultants
Tel: (852) 2530-0632
Review of nominations and applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
Headquartered in Texas, USA, Epsilon International is a leading supplier of multi-channel and data driven marketing technologies as well as services. It is the worldâs largest permission-based email marketer, deploying more than 40 billion emails annually on behalf of its global client-base. Due to expansion of its Asian business, Epsilon has leased space in Hopewell Centre and commissioned IFI Design â Ms. Fiona Chan to design and build an office of the highest aesthetic standards. The project covered layout design and 3D perspective, contractor quotation and tendering, liaison with the landlord, material and furniture procurement, construction drawings, work scheduling and supervision.
A bright spot in the design of the office is a 20-person conference room. Initially, Fiona recommended double glazed glass for more privacy and widening the gap between the glass for maximum acoustic effect.
However, after in-depth analysis and practicality evaluation, there was concern that it would block natural light from coming into the reception area which is immediately outside the conference room. To balance the need for superior spatial effect and privacy and sufficient natural light, Fiona suggested a switchable glass. When it is switched off, the glass becomes clear, allowing the transmission of light to reduce energy consumption. To enhance privacy, it can be switched on during meetings to produce a glazed effect. The use of a glass partition adds an aura of refinement to the conference room. It was a perfect match blending the exquisite design with the office layout.
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