Announcement For Changes In Indonesia Office

Gavin Cox

WTP is delighted to announce the promotion of Gavin Cox to Director and confirm his permanent relocation, since July 2017, from Bali to the Jakarta office. Gavin has spent many years working in Asia and after joining WTP in 2014, he successfully established the Bali office that grew rapidly under his management to become a substantial contributor to our Indonesian business. Gavin’s strong hands-on technical and managerial skills have helped WTP develop a strong reputation for professional and reliable advice to the Bali market, which we are confident will be replicated on a wider scale now based in Jakarta with overall responsibility for Indonesia that is a key component of our South East Asia business.
The Directors of WT Partnership Asian Holdings take this opportunity to extend our congratulations to Gavin and wish him every success in his new position.

Gareth Foley

WTP is pleased to announce the addition of Gareth Foley to position of Office Manager/Senior Quantity Surveyor for our Bali office. Gareth has higher-education qualifications from the UK in Construction Cost Management, Law and Economics; together with work experience in Australia and UK. Gareth joined the WTP Bali office in April 2017 and has quickly gained a thorough understanding of the construction industry in Bali and is also now involved with projects in other parts of Indonesia, including Lombok and Nusa Tenggara Barat.

Paul Noonan

After 24 years with WTP, almost entirely in Jakarta, Paul Noonan, has relocated back to Australia where he shall continue to work with and support our Indonesian business, however no-longer on a full time basis. Paul will continue to regularly visit Indonesia and provide managerial and technical support to the Indonesian offices, together with contributing to our other offices in South East Asia as required. Paul has been integral to the success and growth of our Indonesian business, having managed the office since 1999 in the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis and end of the Suharto era. In that period Paul has grown the business into a pre-eminent QS practice in Indonesia, delivering almost 900 projects and expanding to 3 offices across Indonesia. Paul has been personally involved on all of the prestigious and iconic developments in that time including the new Australian Embassy Complex, World Trade Centre II and III, Menara Astra (Tower), Unilever’s new HQ, Plaza Senayan and The Singapore Embassy/ Residences.

The Directors of WT Partnership Asian Holdings, take this opportunity to extend our very warm appreciation to Paul’s extraordinary contribution to the Indonesia business, together with his dedication and loyalty to our success in the region. We look forward to his continued involvement and support over the next period, providing continuity to Indonesia Client’s and to other opportunities for WTP in South East Asia.

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