Currie & Brown forms partnership with Macau Professional Services
6 December 2023
Currie & Brown has formed a strategic partnership with Macau Professional Services (MPS) in Macau. The partnership will extend capabilities to clients by providing cost management, project management, site supervision, design, regulatory and statutory management services for clients in Macau and Greater Bay Area.
The combined capabilities will help deliver tailored innovative solutions and add further value to projects in the region.
Andrew Sum joins Currie & Brown as a Director and will work with MPS to lead the team based in Macau.
Andrew joins us from Shangri-La Hotel Management where he worked on new-build and renovation projects across Southeast Asia. He has worked with other major brands such as Exxon Mobil and Citibank and brings experience across a range of sectors, including hospitality and leisure, financial institutions, commercial property, government, education and retail.
Speaking about his appointment, Andrew said: “I’m looking forward to providing a full project consultancy service and helping Currie & Brown and MPS serve their clients in Macau. It’s an exciting time for Macau with many developments planned over the next several years and we’re well placed to help manage smooth project delivery for our clients.”
Kim Berry, Currie & Brown’s chief operating officer for Asia Pacific said, "Our partnership with MPS leverages their extensive knowledge and experience in the Macau market. Andrew will lead the Macau business focusing on hospitality, commercial and infrastructure work. I have known Andrew since he worked with our business in Hong Kong over 20 years ago, and I am delighted to welcome him back. This partnership marks a significant milestone in our journey and mission to enable us to help clients navigate volatility and unpredictability, providing the certainty that enables better, more sustainable built environments for all.”
Antonio Trindade, President & Chief Executive Officer of CESL Asia, commented, “MPS is a subsidiary of CESL Asia. I am confident that the partnership will bring MPS to the next level, with strong local roots and international expertise, to the benefits of our clients in Macau and beyond.”