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AUSTRALIA

State Management team appointments for Project & Development Services


Off the back of continuing growth in JLL's Project & Development Services business, a number of new State Management positions have been announced. The business division continued its growth trajectory for the 2015 calendar year, increasing revenues by 16% off the back of being the strongest JLL business performer in the 2014 calendar year by doubling its revenues.

Australian Head of Project & Development Services, Kevin Hastings said, "We have a number of people moving to new roles within the division and this has presented the opportunity for us to promote new State Managers from within and to attract two new senior executive to the business."

The new appointments are:

WA State Manager, Project & Development Services:  Ryan D'Arcy has been promoted to the role.  Ryan has been with the business in Perth for 1 ½ years.

NSW State Manager, Project & Development Services:  Craig Mason joins JLL with over 35 years' experience in the construction industry across the commercial sector and funds management. Craig's experience includes roles at AAP Capital, Westpac, Incoll Management and AECOM Australia.

QLD State Manager, Project & Development Services:  Andrew Lowther joins JLL with over 10 years' experience in roles in the QLD market in construction, project management and quantity surveying.  Andrew's expertise spans across education, health and corporate sectors.  He replaces Tim Moncrieff, who will relocate to Sydney to assume the role of National Commercial Manager.​

ACT State Manager, Project & Development Services:  Aimee Baker has been promoted to the role.  Aimee has been with the business in Perth for 3 ½ years and has relocated to Canberra.  

Nick Forostenko, who held the State Manager role in Canberra for 6 years, will assume a role responsible for management of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) property portfolio, that JLL was appointed to manage late last year.  JLL was appointed by DFAT to manage its global property portfolio of 95 Missions in 76 countries.