Colliers extends its Project Leaders’ services to MENA

By Rahul Vaimal, Associate Editor
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Canada-based global real estate services specialist Colliers has introduced its Colliers Project Leaders’ service into the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to strengthen its already robust catalog of services in the region.

The newly introduced service is expected to provide project management and infrastructure advisory services to private as well as government entities, businesses with complex and large-scale project initiatives along with refurbishment programs, and optimization of capital investments through asset enhancements.

Chris McLernon
Chris McLernon,
CEO – EMEA Region

“We are thrilled to extend Colliers Project Leaders’ end-to-end project management capabilities to MENA. The team’s unparalleled level of expertise and depth of experience significantly enhance the services we can provide to clients and further accelerate our growth in the region.”

Meanwhile, Colliers’s Vice President for Project Leaders in the Middle East, Mr. Yamin Shihab remarked that “Our expansion enables us to offer additional expertise including alternative financings such as Public-Private Partnerships, the establishment of dedicated Project Management Offices, and comprehensive real estate development solutions, all with proven expertise and project certainty.”

Colliers Project Leaders’ Service

Colliers Project Leaders’ business and certified practitioners have successfully completed more than 15,000 projects globally. The global real estate services specialist was recently recognized with the Hamdan bin Mohammed Award for Innovation in Project Management.


Colliers is a leading diversified professional service and investment management company. With operations spanning across 67 countries around the world, Colliers has more than 15,000 enterprising professionals who work cohesively to provide expert advice to real estate occupiers, owners and investors.

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