MBM is pleased to announce that Lee Williams has joined MBM as General Manager Quantity Surveying VIC/SA. Lee holds a Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying (Div. One) and is a Member Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and Associate Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AAIQS).
Lee joins MBM with over 30 years quantity surveying experience, including 12 years at director level, in both the UK and Australian construction industry, and has been responsible for a number of major government funded and social infrastructure projects. Lee has specialist knowledge and experience in the health and research sector, together with considerable experience in the residential, education, leisure, commercial and urban regeneration fields and will help drive MBM’s continued growth in the VIC and SA regions.
Lee attributes the move to wanting to be a part of MBM’s client focussed culture. “I am very excited to be joining MBM, its personalised culture particularly attracted me. Their commitment to client service; collaborative best practice and their employee recognition appealed to me,” Lee said. “My focus over the next 12 months will be to continue MBM’s strategic focus on growth, establishing ourselves within new sectors, and positioning the office to provide a more integrated and full service offering that encompasses all of our disciplines.”
“This is an exciting time for MBM. We are positioned well to continue our growth to encompass our integrated services, which includes cost-planning, tax depreciation, asset and building consultancy, infrastructure and our facilities management advisory capability, “stated Managing Director, David Madden. “With Lee’s considerable knowledge and experience in the health and research sector, his passion for client service and innovation, Lee is uniquely qualified to lead us in Victoria and South Australia.”
Lee says, “I have been lucky enough over the years to be part of some exciting projects and work with some great teams and MBM’s collaborative style and best practice approach of asset life-cycle advice is a good fit.” Managing Director, David Madden agrees, “Our continued success can be attributed to our national integrated service model offering, which enables us to provide advice on cost planning, maintenance, asset planning, budgeting and contracting. We are fortunate to have a growing national team with strong technical qualifications and experience, but above all a commitment to collaboration and innovation.”
Lee said, “Our growth plans are very exciting and I am looking forward the opportunities to showcase MBM’s capabilities”.