As the newly appointed Director of International Projects, Adrian Symons is charged to lead M Moser’s large workplace project strategy for Asia.
31 July, 2014
Formerly Head of Office for M Moser Kuala Lumpur, Symons’ new role will see him leading the firm’s strategy in Asia for delivering large and complex workplace projects such as campuses and corporate headquarters.
“The needs of our clients are always evolving, and in many parts of the world we are seeing an increasing demand for large, technologically complex and comprehensive solutions that our globally integrated team is perfectly positioned to provide,” says John Sellery, M Moser’s Group Managing Director.
“Adrian’s remarkable and broad skills are perfect for leading these types of projects and will enable M Moser to leverage our already robust strategic workplace, architectural, interior, engineering and construction talents to anticipate clients’ needs.
“Our aim is to optimise our architecture, design, engineering and construction talents to consistently exceed our client’s expectations and to ensure successful delivery – virtually and in reality, anywhere in the world.”
Since joining M Moser in 2004, Symons’ impeccable track-record as a designer, design manager, team leader and head of the Kuala Lumpur office has made him a trusted partner to colleagues and clients alike. Symons was instrumental in deepening the capabilities of M Moser’s Kuala Lumpur office during the past decade, and led its development as a go-to source of workplace design-delivery expertise in Malaysia.
Sellery continues: “As the head of our Kuala Lumpur office, Adrian has proved that he is not only a very fine hands-on designer, but also a builder of teams, a superb organiser, and a developer of markets. We look forward to Adrian contributing to our clients’ strategically important projects throughout Asia.”
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