12 Dec 2022
LONDON, UK – Plenary Group’s Europe expansion continues, following the official opening of its London office.
Plenary Chair John O’Rourke, Chief Investment Officer Paul Crowe, and other senior executives visited as part of official celebrations to launch the London office and to meet government and industry partners.
Plenary Chief Investment Officer Paul Crowe said establishing the Europe outpost was a signal of Plenary’s commitment to the region and an exciting next step in the company’s growth journey.
“The strength of our PPP project development experience in Australia and North America has presented opportunities for us to export our skillset to other regions adopting PPP-like models,” Mr Crowe said.
“We are encouraged by the pipeline of likely infrastructure projects across the UK and Europe and the next 12 months will see us focus on greenfield infrastructure investment, particularly in social housing, justice, roads metro systems, water, and decarbonisation projects.
“We’re readying ourselves to bid on three projects in 2023 and are in active conversations about other projects across the UK and other parts of Europe.
“We look forward to bringing our experience to bear from Australia and North America given the parallels between our existing projects and opportunities we have identified in Europe.”
The office opening follows the recent news of Alex Yew joining the burgeoning Europe business as Non-Executive Director and Senior Advisor.
Plenary’s expansion into the UK and Europe follows it achieving financial close earlier this year on its first project in the Middle East, the Zayed City Schools PPP.
Plenary now has offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, in addition to its existing Singapore, Australian, and North American locations.
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