Asia Pacific team office relocates

Hurley Palmer Flatt Group’s Asia Pacific team has relocated to a new head office in Sydney, as the group expands to support the building engineering goals of its growing client base in the region.

The move reflects a new phase of growth for Hurley Palmer Flatt Group’s operations across Australia and Asia, with investment in new talent and a renewed focus on global collaboration underpinning its expansion into the health and education sectors in particular.

In Asia Pacific and globally, Hurley Palmer Flatt Group continues to be an industry authority on state-of-the-art building engineering solutions, particularly in the development of intelligent, low carbon buildings.

Hurley Palmer Flatt Group’s expansion into Asia Pacific in 2010, allowed it to offer these engineering solutions, perfected in the UK and Europe, to clients on the other side of the globe.

Almost a decade later, the move continues to take the company on a journey of innovation with its partners in APAC who recognise the opportunity to leverage the global intelligence to deliver world-class schools, offices, data centres, retirement villages, residential schemes, and more.

The group’s acquisition of engineering commissioning specialists Andrew Reid in 2014, marked another major milestone for the company.

In Asia Pacific Hurley Palmer Flatt Group continues to build on that expansion with strategic recruits. The deepening of its talent base has led the group to be involved in some of the region’s most exciting projects, including data centres, engineered timber developments, and state of the art education facilities.

Among these are ST Telemedia’s (STT) premier data centre campus in Defu industrial park in Singapore; the tallest cross laminated timber building in New South Wales – retirement and aged care village Aveo Bella Vista; and the major redevelopment of St Augustine College in Sydney.

The new office move, in the heart of Sydney’s central business district, will enable Hurley Palmer Flatt Group to nurture this talent, support productivity and enhance collaboration both within its internal network, as well as with clients and partners.

Garry Wall, Regional Director at Hurley Palmer Flatt Group, said: “Our new office in Sydney is going to give our APAC team the flexibility to grow, adapt and innovate so they can continue to meet the demands of our clients operating in an increasingly competitive, technology-driven market.”