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أخبار الشرق الأوسط الاقتصادية - Middle East Regional Economic News - 共發現

Satellier Expands Global Footprint
 

New Dubai Office to Serve Active Middle East Real Estate Development, Design and Construction Industry

Chicago, USA, October 27th, 2008 – (Business Wire) -

Satellier Inc., the global leader in workshare solutions and pioneer in Building Information Modeling services (BIM) for the architecture, engineering, construction and building owner (AECO) industry, announced that it has opened a Dubai, UAE, office to directly serve the Middle East building and construction market.

 

The Dubai office expands Satellier’s global footprint to eight corporate offices: Delhi, London, Shanghai, Hong Kong, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and now Dubai.

 

Justus Sathurni joins Satellier as the Business Development Director for the Middle East. Mr. Sathurni joins from Océ Joint Venture, a $3 billion manufacturer of laser plotters and printers, where he served as Middle East Sales Director. Prior to his tenure with Océ, Mr. Sathurni was the Middle East Territory Director for Autodesk products. Mr. Sathurni is a graduate of the Bradford University (UK) Business School, and holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Madras University, in India. Mr. Sathurni reports to Mikele Brack, Satellier’s Global Sales Director.

 

“One of the bright spots for the global AECO industry right now is the Middle East, especially in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, and Qatar,” says CEO Michael Jansen. “And while many things are fluctuating on the global economic landscape, some things don’t change, such as the real need that design firms have to remain competitive and nimble in their resourcing strategies.”

 

“The high-pressured pace of development in the Middle East challenges design firms to staff up quickly and cost effectively for new opportunities, and to maintain their focus on their core competency―design,” said Jansen. “Having remotely supported more than 30 major projects in the Middle East over the last four years, we are excited to be on the ground here, and to provide global best-practices in workshare to support our design partners with viable options for reducing costs, increasing profits, and optimizing their design talent.”

 

Mr. Sathurni observes that, “Satellier’s depth of resources, global experience, and technical expertise on large-scale projects of all types―retail complexes, mega hospitality projects, healthcare centers, multi-use structures and educational campuses―is precisely what international design practices need now. Our emphasis on technology solutions, especially BIM, can help design firms deliver better results for their clients. I am thrilled to be a part of the Satellier team and to help design firms succeed in the Middle East.”

 

Ms. Brack, who opened the company’s European office and now divides her time between London and the Middle East, adds that, “We’ve already seen great interest and need from UK design firms wanting to enter the Middle East market, without the typical risks and costs associated with expansion. We look forward to working with international practices to further their success in the Middle East and around the world.”

*Source: ME NewsWire on behalf on Business Wire

 

About Satellier

Satellier Inc. is the worldwide leader of global workshare solutions and a BIM services pioneer to AECO partners. Founded in 2000, the company has over 450 employees in offices in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, London, New Delhi, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Dubai. Satellier’s comprehensive workshare services add critical expertise and scale to partner organizations and projects. Practice areas include BIM modeling, Architecture, Engineering, MEP, and India Design Management Services (DMS).

The company’s portfolio of 5000 projects in 50 countries spans a range of markets, including retail, healthcare, residential, office complexes, mixed-use facilities, hospitality, education, campuses, and more. Clients powered by workshare achieve the competitive advantages of lower cost of production, higher rates of innovation in core areas, fast scaling to new markets and opportunities, lower cost and risk in expansion, infusion of BIM into their business, and, ultimately, higher revenue and profits.

Visit the Satellier website www.satellier.com for more details.

Contacts

Satellier Inc.
Dana Wormer, +1-215-888-0960
dana.wormer@satellier.com

 

Source: Satellier Inc.


 





 

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