In response to the changing needs of clients who are searching for strategic partners to lead their most complex and bespoke projects, Colliers International is evolving its project management business into Project Leaders, to better reflect the total expertise it offers to clients.
Colliers International’s Project Leaders work collaboratively with clients to provide strategic oversight and insight throughout the lifecycle of a project, from concept to completion, and form the crucial link between stakeholders and the project team. Project Leaders provide comprehensive services throughout the lifecycle of a project, including project advisory, development management, project management, superintendency, and technology solutions.
“Clients are increasingly looking beyond traditional project managers and searching for strategic partners who can deliver holistic, end-to-end solutions to maximise the potential of their project and accelerate their success” said Scott Anderson, Managing Director | Project Leaders, Colliers International.
“At Colliers International, we don’t just manage projects, we lead them. By positioning our offering as Project Leaders, we are better aligning our experience and services with the needs of our clients.”
“What sets us apart is not only what we do but how we do it. Our global reach, combined years of experience and holistic approach is what enables Colliers International to be Project Leaders and drive exceptional results for our clients,” said Derek Nix, Executive Director | Project Leaders, Colliers International.
Established 20 years ago, Colliers International’s Project Leaders have delivered in excess of $5 billion of projects across the key asset classes of office, retail, residential, industrial, healthcare and retirement living, and infrastructure. Project Leaders have been strategic partners in delivering highly complex, bespoke projects including the $620 million Northern Beaches Hospital, the $200 million Westin Brisbane and the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia’s high-performance water ramp training facility at the Sleeman Sports Complex in Queensland. Colliers International Project Leaders have just been awarded the Australian Business Award in Project Management for the delivery phase of the $600m Northern Beaches Hospital.
The introduction of Project Leaders in Australia is aligned with the recent introduction of Colliers Project Leaders | USA, strengthening the global network of experts it offers clients in key markets around the world.
For more information about Colliers International’s diverse team of Project Leaders in Australia, visit www.colliers.com.au/services/project-leaders/