RED expands its presence in Malaysia
RED is expanding its geographical presence to accommodate client demand and leverage opportunities in the APAC region. The expansion to Malaysia aligns with the company’s growth strategy.
Simon Young, International Business Development Director says:
“On the back of continuing to successfully deliver design and consultancy services through its regional headquarters in Singapore, the strategic decision to expand into Malaysia strengthens RED’s delivery capabilities in South-East Asia, as well as increasing our ability to service the current and future markets.
RED is extremely proud to be working with a number of co-location & hyperscale data centre operators and multi-national commercial clients, assisting with state of the art, innovative and sustainable designs to support ever pressing need to assist our clients reach their net zero carbon and ESG objectives.
Malaysia’s proximity to Singapore gives RED an advantage to extend its services and technical expertise in the region, as it becomes a major hub with renewable energy initiatives to support sustainability goals and strategic directives.”
Feirooz Mohammed, RED APAC Technical Director says:
“Our presence in Malaysia signals the intention to strengthen our market-leading position in APAC, as an integral part of the RED delivery. We are positioning in Malaysia, thanks to a digitally savvy demographic, robust government ICT initiatives and strong investor interest. Outside Kuala Lumpur, we are also active in Cyberjaya, Johor Bahru and Malacca as demand in data centre development continues to ramp up.
“Our team based in Malaysia has grown in the past 6 months and is currently 10 employees strong covering our key service disciplines including mechanical and electrical engineers, ESD engineers, project managers and BIM managers.”
As a company of ENGIE Impact, making sustainability happen today is at the core of what we do. The RED team is looking forward to this next phase.