Feb 03 2021
TPM Williams welcomes Tom Dundas aboard as Global Commercial Director, responsible for improving our core commercial capability through use of digital technologies and identifying new opportunities to support clients in the Middle East and abroad. Tom will drive improvements in control, performance and strategic value on projects and programmes as well as efficiency and effectiveness in asset management.
Tom is a professionally and contractually trained Construction Professional with over fifty years comprehensive experience in construction and related industries covering company management, project management, contract and construction management, cost management, economic analyses and value engineering, claims management and dispute avoidance, policy formulation.
Tom specializes in commercial and strategic management of major development projects in the Middle East Region, Africa and Europe.
Tom is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS), Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and holds a Post Graduate Degree in Construction Law.
Chris Williams, Global CEO, said: “I’m pleased to welcome on board someone of Tom’s calibre and experience to drive our commercial services processes and development.
“His strategic role will be vital to help to unlock the potential for our clients to make great decisions and improve delivery performance, as well as help to inspire a culture of innovation and collaboration.”
Tom Dundas, Global Commercial Director, commented: “I am delighted to be joining TPM Williams at such an exciting time. The potential to improve client outcomes and enhance productivity, quality and performance in the built environment is immense. The Digital technologies, the data they produce and new techniques in visualisation and analytics will also have a huge part to play".
“My role is to lead our commercial group in this digital transformation environment, building on the excellent work done to date, and growing the business’ capability to deliver excellent outcomes in this fast-changing digital world.”