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Following the recent strategic changes implemented to the business, as announced by our Managing Director Mr. Nigel N. Stanley, the East Link Group of companies will be operating under new management from 1st July 2019.

The claims and dispute management part of the East Link business has been transferred to Charlton Martin Consultants Sdn Bhd, the project management, quantity surveying services and contract administration part transferred to PMCC Actus Sdn Bhd.

These two main specialist service streams will now be offered to our clients by existing established entities, strengthened by the injection of former ELC resources.

Revised contact details are now as follows:

Claims and Dispute Management :

Richard Shuttleworth – Director

Mobile: +60 19 664 6892

Email: richard.shuttleworth@charltonmartin.com

Rod Martin – Chief Executive Officer

Mobile: +60 12 388 7685

Email: rod.martin@charltonmartin.com

Charlton Martin Consultants Sdn Bhd

A-3A-1, Northpoint Mid Valley,
No.1, Medan Syed Putra Utara,
Mid Valley City,
59200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

Phone: +603 2287 5175

Website: www.charltonmartin.com

Project Management, Quantity Surveying and Contract Administration :

Jamie Duncan – Director

Mobile: +60 19 277 6892

Email: Jamie@pmcc-corporation.com

Peter Wyss – Managing Director

Mobile: +60 17 250 6792

Email: peter@pmcc-corporation.com

PMCC Actus Sdn Bhd

Unit 611, 6th floor, Block C,
Pusat Perdagangan Phileo Damansara 1,
Jalan Damansara,
46350 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: +603 7931 6352

Website: www.pmcc-corporation.com

For all matters related to ELC Rail Sdn Bhd – please revert to

Jeff Hewitt – Managing Director

Mobile: +60 12 296 0262

Email: Jeff.hewitt@elcrail.com

General: – Nigel N. Stanley

Mobile: +60 19 228 6892

Email: nigelnstanley@outlook.com

ELC Singapore – NEW BUSINESS LAUNCH

22 Aug 2016

East Link Consulting (ELC) is pleased to announce the next step in its business growth and expansion in the SE Asia region with the incorporation of its new Singapore entity ELC (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.  The business has commenced operations on 1 August 2016 and has already started its first project.

Investing in a new jurisdiction is always a difficult decision and particularly where the market remains challenging and mature, however, the Directors of ELC are extremely pleased to announce the engagement of John Davies as Director and Country Manager of the Singapore business and are very confident that the combination of John’s experience and leadership and the support from the existing ELC businesses will successfully meet the challenges in the years ahead. 

John is a well-established industry professional with a wealth of Singapore construction market knowledge. John is a Singaporean permanent resident with over 15 years of experience in the construction industry.  John’s role in Singapore has been predominantly focused on Pre-Contract works and bid/tender management on large infrastructure projects in the region to a value of SGD$280m and above. John’s most recent success was acting as the Bid Manager for a MRT - Thomson Eastern Line tender that was successfully awarded to a Client with a value of SGD$294m.

 

 

During his time in Singapore John has been heavily involved in the construction industry charitable organisation, the Lighthouse Club Singapore, and was a Council Member for 1 year before being elected as President of the Lighthouse Club Singapore for the past 3 years. John has recently stepped down from the Presidency in 2016 but remains heavily active as a newly elected council member and trustee to the Lighthouse Club Singapore.

ELC welcome John to the team and we look forward to providing in country support services to our existing clients in Singapore as well as supporting John in developing and cultivating new Client relationships.

 

ELC (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.

77 Robinson Road

Level 34 Robinson 77

Singapore 068896

Tel: +65 6809 2016

Fax: +65 6809 2001

Email: john.davies@eastlink-consulting.com


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