Xan is a Director driving successful outcomes for diverse projects in the West. With 25 years of industry experience, Xan guides MBM’s Western Sydney team and the development of the region through cost leadership on major projects. Known for his high level of personal oversight, Xan navigates changing scopes, evolving requirements, and unforeseen challenges. Xan’s contributions to the future of Western Sydney include advising on social infrastructure, industrial, commercial building, fitouts, tertiary education, retail, and residential developments.
Western Sydney Experts
Nicole is a dedicated Quantity Surveyor with a strong commitment to delivering exceptional value for clients in Western Sydney. With an advanced understanding of the construction and property management industries, Nicole is involved in diverse project, including commercial, public infrastructure, residential, and retail developments. Nicole’s technical expertise extends from evaluating contractor’s adjustments and creating cost plans to attendance at key meetings with project stakeholders.
With six years in the construction industry, Nitee contributes to successful developments in Western Sydney through her expertise in building services, building structures, and construction procurement. Nitee’s comprehensive proficiencies in cost planning and project execution makes her an asset to project teams and drives effective collaboration on high complexity developments. Nitee’s dynamic expertise with diverse technical knowledge in some of Western Sydney’s most in-demand industries, including residential, education, industrial, and hospitality.
Tharshi is a highly experienced Quantity Surveyor creating solutions across the spectrum of project complexity for Western Sydney developments. Tharshi leads the delivery of services for MBM’s industrial sector projects utilising over 15 years of international construction industry, project management, and quantity surveying experience. Tharshi’s strong focus on creating high-quality client outcomes and commercial relationships contributes to successful projects in Western Sydney throughout commercial, residential, hospitality, and sports sectors.
With 13 years of experience, Ujwal guides major clients in Western Sydney as a Director of MBM’s Advisory team and a senior practitioner in asset management. A dynamic advisor, Ujwal utilises his holistic expertise to create strategies for Western Sydney clients across the scale of challenges in asset, facilities, and property management. Ujwal specialises in the delivery of property asset and facilities strategy consulting, including the review of asset frameworks, public private partnerships, concessions, and operational agreements.
As the National Head of Building Consultancy, Alan leads a team of experts to deliver services for Western Sydney projects. Alan has guided the development of MBM’s building consultancy division over 11 years and shaped one of the most influential teams in the field. Alan’s management of high complexity projects underpins his status as a trusted advisor to the public and private sector. By utilising his expertise of traditional and emerging dimensions in building consultancy, Alan delivers tailored solutions to clients across sectors in Western Sydney.
Tax and Asset Services
Alex is an Associate leading MBM’s NSW Tax and Asset division with over 15 years of engagement in the national construction industry and career experience across Australia. Alex prioritises understanding client objectives to ensure tax and asset services are tailored to the unique needs of projects in Western Sydney. His ability to balance high-level strategy and creative problem solving makes him an invaluable asset in supporting and advancing projects within the complex development of Western Sydney.
Civic & Public Domain
MBM is proudly sponsoring the Property Council of NSW’s Western Sydney Outlook event on 13 February.
Through insightful discussions, a dynamic panel of experts in property and construction will delve into the changing landscape of Western Sydney. The forward-looking event will explore emerging asset classes, alternative finance models, and development trends in West from rising construction costs to the impact of new taxes.
For more information on the conference, visit the Property Council of Australia website.