Frank McGoldrick to spearhead Aedas’ Middle East and Europe operations

Aedas has announced that its global design principal, Frank McGoldrick, will lead the renowned architecture firm’s operations in the Middle East and Europe with immediate effect.

Bringing with him over 29 years of experience, McGoldrick is a registered architect in the UK and Hong Kong, and plays a key leadership role in expanding and reinforcing Aedas’ strong presence in both established and emerging markets.

“I’m very excited about the prospect of leading and working closely with our teams in the Middle East and Europe to further enhance Aedas’ standing as a leading global design architect,” says McGoldrick.

Over the years, McGoldrick has worked on big scale projects in different sectors such as integrated resorts, mixed-use and transport projects such as the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities, Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, Singapore LTA Rail projects, Delhi Metro and Hong Kong International Airport.

Other significant mega-projects include all of Las Vegas Sands’ Macao Integrated Resorts spanning over 3.8 million m2 and including The Venetian Macao, The Four Seasons Resort, The Parisian Macao and Sands Cotai Central. In addition to this, Mcgoldrick was also project director for the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and Inspire Integrated Resort in Korea. He has been instrumental in collaborating with international and engineering consultants all over the world.

“My new role as leader for operations in the Middle East and Europe strongly underlines Aedas’ commitment to these regions as major design hubs within Aedas,” he adds.

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