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Hirsch Bedner and Associates appoints Wang See Ping as Director of Project Management - China

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Tuesday, 17 April 2007

Hirsch Bedner and Associates (HBA), widely recognised as one of the largest hospitality design firms in the world, has strengthened its 30 year presence in China with the appointment of Mr. Wang See Ping to its office in Shanghai, as Director of Project Management in China.

Mr. Wang will be responsible for heading up the team of project management staff and reinforcing the technical services and client liaison on all HBA projects in China.

We are delighted that See Ping has joined the HBA China team to oversee the many new and diverse projects that HBA has been working on throughout the country. His in-depth knowledge of design in China will be an asset to our growing team, said Peter Karlusic, Principal of HBA. 

HBA has been established since 1964 and throughout its 43 years, has spent 30 of these designing no less than 115 luxury projects for properties in China.

Its Shanghai office has been in operation since 2004, fronting the China face of the business. Director of Business Development China, Ms Lyle Hayden has been leading this business growth for the past 3 years.

Some of HBAs biggest projects in China include the iconic White Swan Hotel in Guangzhou, Westin Bund Hotel in Shanghai, St. Regis Shanghai, St. Regis Beijing and Ritz Carlton Guangzhou. Currently in the design process there are 7 projects in Beijing and 4 in Shanghai.

One of HBAs most recent projects, the Ritz Carlton Beijing has just been awarded the Interior Design China Editor Award for Interior Design in the February 2007 edition.

Most recently, Mr. Wang worked in China as Technical Director for the Sinar Mas Group, owners and developers for the prestigious Westin Bund Hotel, serviced apartments and office tower in Shanghai. He also project managed the Ningbo Golden Center, a 200,000 metre sq. mixed use project comprising of a 32 story office building, 52 story apartment building and a six story shopping center.

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