Norman Disney & Young (NDY) has announced the appointment of senior associate Ben Chan to work alongside Canadian director George Steeves in managing and leading the Vancouver office of Sterling Cooper NDY.
Chan brings significant electrical engineering expertise and senior level management capabilities, allowing Sterling Cooper NDY to add electrical services to its current consultancy services in the Canadian market.
“We are very pleased to welcome Ben to Vancouver,” says Steeves in a company release. “Ben brings with him unique skills and experience that will expand our building services offering and provide greater support to our valued clients.”
With experience at NDY offices in London and Melbourne, Chan has contributed to several landmark projects, including the NBN National Operations and Test Facility, Emporium shopping centre, Australia108 high-rise residential development and the Commonwealth Games Broadcast Centre.
George Steeves (left) and Ben Chan.
“Ben’s wide range of capabilities makes him uniquely suited to this new role,” says NDY Director Patrick Fogarty in the release. “Qualifications in electrical services, lighting design, and sustainable Green Star design – along with an outstanding record of project leadership and coordination – make Ben the perfect choice to lead the expansion of NDY capabilities and client base in Canada.”
NDY CEO Stuart Fowler adds, Ben has been a reliable, innovative and enthusiastic member of the NDY team for over a decade. “His focus on client service, project management delivery and management skills, make Ben the ideal candidate to lead the Vancouver team alongside George Steeves,” says Fowler.