Incorp Property Solutions Group has revealed Peter McCamley as Director of its newest consultancy division, Incorp Strategic.
February 25th, 2015
Incorp today announced former Geyer CEO and Executive Director of Global Business Growth Peter McCamley, has been appointed National Director of Incorp Strategic.
McCamley has over 30 years of expert experience in the property industry, representing major Multi National clients namely Westpac, Rabobank, Ernst & Young, Citi and Rio Tinto. Peter is responsible for significant landmark development advisory including Westpac Barangaroo (60,000sqm) and Westpac Place (75,000sqm).
The role will see McCamley as the custodian of Incorp’s clients’ business strategy, responsible for the development and provision of strategic services across the group’s independent Complete Solution Model.
McCamley said his decision to focus on strategy with Incorp stemmed from the different economic, commercial, cultural and social challenges organisations face in today’s dynamic and competitive market. “Clients today increasingly want to understand and appreciate the long term business benefit of the capital investment that they are making in their environments,” Mr McCamley said.
“I’m very excited about joining the national team; I quickly understood that the organisation had great agility and responsiveness to where the market and economy was going with their holistic property model.
“McCamley brings a wealth of expert knowledge and mentoring capacity. He shares our values and is a huge asset to Incorp as we increase our service offering and expand the group beyond Workplace to Retail, Education, Aged Care and Health sectors,” Mr Gray said.
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