We are excited to announce the recent appointment of Morgan Holtom to the position of International Manager – Pacific.Morgan has been at Beca for more than 20 years and brings extensive experience in the Pacific Islands, including leading Beca’s Northern Pacific business for the past five years as Country Manager for the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) and the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). Coming from an architectural background, he has also led the design and project teams on a range of projects in the region, especially in the health and education sectors. This experience has given him a strong appreciation and understanding of the environmental and social conditions that are unique to the Pacific.
“I’m really looking forward to this new role, as it shows Beca’s continued and growing commitment to the Pacific region and our clients,” says Morgan. “I’m excited about growing our service offering, especially focusing in the International Development area, climate change resilience and assisting Pacific communities and governments with their sustainability agendas.”
Relationships are key to identifying future opportunities where Beca can help make a difference. Morgan has successfully built and maintained key connections with the RMI, FSM and the US Governments, which has led to Beca to being a trusted advisor in the region. He will build on his already well-established relationships with key agencies and stakeholders, aid banks, in-country partners, and funders to ensure we continue to add value to our clients and communities.
Working closely with Stuart Mockett, Beca’s General Manager International Markets, Country Managers and other senior management, Morgan will coordinate the development and implementation of Beca’s market strategy in the Pacific region across the Beca Group.
“It is fantastic that Morgan is taking the lead in building on our continued success across this important region for us”, says Stuart. “Through his direction, we will bring the very best of Beca to the Pacific and help make everyday better for our Pacific neighbours and whanau.”
See also February 2022