Peter Lee joins Aurecon as a Senior Advisor for Asia

31 May 2022 Consultancy.asia 1 min. read
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Industry veteran Peter Lee has joined international engineering and advisory group Aurecon as a Senior Advisor for Asia.

Lee brings close to four decades of experience to Aurecon, a group with more than 1,300 experts located across eight locations in Asia Pacific.

In his new role at Aurecon, Lee will work closely with Asia Chief Executive Stephane Asselin and the leadership team to help shape the company’s strategy in the region and support growth initiatives.

Peter Lee joins Aurecon as a Senior Advisor for Asia

Regional boss Asselin said, “Asia forms one of the key pillars of our growth strategy. We are delighted to have Peter come on board. We look forward to leveraging his deep expertise, wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge of the region to unlock greater value for our clients and to expand our client base in the longer term. Peter’s counsel to our clients and our team will be instrumental in catalysing growth for our business in Asia.”

A 33-year veteran of AECOM, Lee held several senior executive positions at the company, including Regional Executive for South East Asia as well as Chairman of Singapore. Over the past seven years, Lee led airport consultancy Changi Airport Planners and Engineers as its Managing Director.

Notable projects that Lee provided counsel to in Southeast Asia include Manila International Airport in the Philippines, Jakarta International Airport in Indonesia and New Phnom Penh International Airport in Cambodia.

Commenting on his new challenge, Lee said, “I am thrilled to join an innovative company like Aurecon. Asia, being a dynamic region with huge potential, is in an exciting phase of development. Together as a team, I am confident that we will succeed in riding this growth momentum and expand our presence in Asia.”

Iconic projects Aurecon has delivered include the West Kowloon Station in Hong Kong, Vincom Landmark 81 Tower in Vietnam, the Shanghai Tower in China, the Dau Tieng 1 and 2 PV Solar Power Plant (the largest in Southeast Asia) and the Mauritius Metro Express (as part of the Singapore-Mauritius government collaboration).