Haskell’s Shanghai office hosts several work teams and coordinates the efforts of our in-country partner offices in Beijing and Chengdu. Shanghai is home to our design, project management and senior leadership. Beijing hosts complimentary services such as quantity surveying and project support, while Chengdu has primarily design and architectural services. Our in-country primary partners, SEP and AWP, are integrated into our regional network and operate using common standards and procedures to ensure that we maintain a consistent delivery model across the country.
Jonathan Toke, Vice President of APAC, serves as APAC leader. David Zhou and James Costa are the in-country senior leaders for the Shanghai and Beijing offices, while Danny Hinde leads the Chengdu office. Matthew Schultz, Regional Director of Operations, based in Kuala Lumpur; and Jonathan Toke, Vice-President, APAC Region, based in Singapore, form the leadership team for all Haskell projects in China. Strategic operations, business development, and specialized design services are performed at a regional level, while day-to-day operations are controlled by the respective offices. There are approximately 30 people in Shanghai, 20 based in Beijing and another 60 based in Chengdu.
Services supported include Construction Management/Project Management & Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, and facility-related conceptual and basic designs done before engaging a Local Design Institute. Master planning, advanced building modeling, equipment integration, enhanced specifications, packaging and process engineering, controls and automation architecture, are all supported by other regional offices and offered as a local collaborative service. Shanghai also provides the resources for permitting, procurement, cost control, project/site management, health and safety, and quality control functions.
Markets supported in China include Beer, Wine & Spirits; Consumer Products; Food & Beverage; and Healthcare.
Haskell’s China-based operations offer a variety of project delivery methods including (conceptual and basic ) Design only; Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR); Construction Manager (CM); Engineer Procure Construct Manage (EPCM); and Design Manufacture Construct (DMC).
Clients supported by the Shanghai office include Starbucks; AB InBev; Carlsberg; Driscolls; AAK; and a number of other confidential clients in different industries.