Global consultancy and construction firm, Mace, has appointed Megan Webb to lead its facilities management practise across the Asia Pacific region.
Working from Mace’s recently opened new regional office in Singapore, Webb will work with Nick Brand, Mace’s new Regional Director for Asia Pacific, to strengthen the company’s FM practise in the region.
Webb joins Mace from ISS China, where she worked as Director of its Corporate Accounts Division and Global Account Director, with responsibility for more than 2,000 staff in the country. She held previous roles with ISS in Australia and New Zealand.
Webb will be employed by Mace Macro, Mace’s facilities management business, and her remit will be the expansion of Mace’s existing FM contracts in the region and securing opportunities with new clients.
Mace’s new office in Singapore will coordinate activity across the Asia Pacific region. Including offices in India, Vietnam and Hong Kong, Mace has more than 300 people working across the region, delivering facilities, project and cost management services for international corporate clients as well as regional developers and operators.
Notable iconic projects delivered by Mace in the Asia Pacific region have included project managing the construction of Landmark 81, Vietnam’s tallest building, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore and delivering the world’s largest casino, the Venetian Hotel and Resort in Macau.
Mace Macro is currently delivering FM services to a number of global corporate clients in the region, including Invesco and Signify.
Ross Abbate, Group Managing Director of Mace Macro, said: “We are targeting big growth in the Asia Pacific region over the next few years – there are big opportunities on offer and we think we have the perfect offer for global clients looking to expand their presence. Megan is the perfect choice to deliver this growth; her excellent regional experience means that she is able to translate Mace’s global reach and expertise into fantastic local results.”