Graeme White is new RMJM ME commercial director
White has 12 years of regional experience
The Dubai office of architectural firm RMJM has appointed Graeme White as its new commercial director for the Middle East.
As a qualified quantity surveyor, White brings with him 30 years of international and over 12 years of regional experience in directing business, commercial and construction management, for large international firms across the construction industry. Recently vice chairman of the UAE Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Board, Graeme has contributed to the establishment of the professional body in the Mena region.
Graeme White said: “As one of the world’s leading architectural practices, I am extremely excited to be joining the RMJM team. With my background, I believe I can bring to the team, an in-depth knowledge of the wider construction industry as well as over 12 years of regional experience that spans across the diverse and technical landscape, that makes up the construction industry of the Middle East and North Africa.”
Under White, RMJM’s commercial team of four works closely with team members across all of RMJM’s specialties; architecture, engineering, interior design and landscape design, to ensure that commercial and contractual elements of all projects are managed to the highest possible standards. Utilising their combined experience, the team works to refine the already robust contracting system to ensure the very best in international standards are used for contractual arrangements across all of RMJM’s clients.
RMJM is a UK-based international firm of architects with offices throughout the UK, Asia, the Middle East and the USA.