Faithful+Gould Enhances Management Team in Singapore and Malaysia

May Ong
New Regional Director to drive growth in these markets.

Asia Pacific's leading integrated project and program management consultancy, Faithful+Gould, is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Daly as Regional Director.

With a strong background in development advisory, program management and commercial management, in his new role, Tom will be focused on leading our Singapore project management business and continuing to grow our Malaysia office.

Tom's experience covers a broad range of projects across Australia, the Middle East, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong within the hospitality, industrial, commercial, corporate real estate, retail and residential sectors. He is also an expert in project management processes and procedures, and was responsible for the establishment of our ISO 9000 certified regional Project Management Quality system. Tom has led a number of large-scale projects in Singapore including the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix, InterContinental Hotel, Fairmont and Swissôtel, and held senior roles in various Marina Bay Sands projects.

"Tom is an excellent collaborator who has continually delivered exceptional service for our clients and has built a strong network in the region."

Rick Hancock, Faithful+Gould Director – South East Asia

Tom will report to Rick Hancock, Director – South East Asia, who commented, "Tom is an excellent collaborator who has continually delivered exceptional service for our clients and has built a strong network in the region. I am excited to see him step into his new role and confident that he will be successful in further expanding the business."

Callum Bothwell, Managing Director - Asia Pacific said, "Tom's project leadership in South East Asia continues to bring great results for our clients. His team is currently working on some of the most exciting and challenging capital programs in South East Asia and, in his new role, we are looking forward to Tom taking the business to the next level."

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