TMX, Asia-Pacific’s leading business transformation consultancy, is today announcing the appointment of Andrew Walsh as Executive Director of Project Services in Australia and New Zealand.
Andrew has been with TMX since 2017 as a Director of Project Services, where he led TM Commercial & Leisure, the commercial side of the construction project management division and major industrial property projects.
Now as Executive Director of Project Services, Andrew will be leading TMX’s 50-person strong team of construction project managers delivering some of Asia-Pacific’s largest and highly automated industrial facilities. He will be focusing on expanding the division and continually providing world-class project management expertise to TMX’s clients for their advanced and complex industrial sites.
Andrew will be replacing Adam McDonald, who was recently promoted to TMX’s Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand.
Adam McDonald, Managing Director of Australia and New Zealand at TMX says, “I’m thrilled to have Andrew appointed to the role of Executive Director of Project Services at TMX. Andrew brings over 15 years of experience and a track record of success in delivering major industrial builds to our clients. This experience is vital to our clients as industrial property developments become more complex with the rapid advancements in supply chains to keep up with consumer demand.”
“I look forward to working closely with Andrew as we continue to support our clients on their major transformations and grow TMX’s leading presence in Australia and New Zealand,” he adds.
Andrew Walsh, Executive Director of Project Services at TMX says, “I’m proud to be leading TMX’s Project Services team. Our team of construction project managers are the leading experts across the Asia-Pacific region on building complex industrial centres and the integration of automation into buildings. I look forward to further strengthening this expertise within our team and bringing this our clients.”
Prior to TMX, Andrew started his career in civil engineering and developed rapidly working across Australia and the UK.
Andrew will be starting his new position immediately and be based out of TMX’s headquarters in Melbourne.