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Christina Ng

CFM, LEED Green Associate

Director

Facilities Management

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About

Professional Summary

Christina has had 20+ years experience in handling Commercial and Residential Facilities and Property Management.

While in charge of the Centralized Facility Management, she supported all Account Managers within the Colliers FM account portfolio across Indonesia: Citigroup, HSBC, AZA, ANZ, Danone, Barclays, Bank Ekonomi Rahardja and DBS.

As the Senior Associate Director, she leads Colliers FM operation, including supporting Facilities Management setting up for three countries for Deutsche Bank Facility Management, the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia.

Accomplishments

Certified Facilities Manager (CFM) from International Facilities Management Association (IFMA) in 2013

Green Building Council of Indonesia’s Greenship Professional accreditation in 2010

USGBC’s LEED Green Associate accredited in 2009

2006, 2007, 2008,  awarded the “Congeniality Award” for those with a personality that brightens the team and lifts team spirit at Colliers FM

2006 & 2007, “ Revenue Generator of The Year 2006/2007” for Citigroup FM Project at Colliers FM

2006 & 2007,  “Team of The Year 2006/2007” for the Citigroup FM Project at Colliers FM

2005,  Names “Most Valuable Player” at Colliers International Asia Pacific Awards of Excellence

Education

Bachelor Degree of Architecture, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia

Memberships & Involvements

Green Building Council Indonesia

Clients

Banking and Financial Institutions, Customer Goods, Manufacturing, Embassies

Testimonials

“I like to thank Christina for her leadership in managing the successful transitions in Philippines and Thailand. She is very mature in the work and professional in handling client’s feedback and request”

 

Johnson Tan

Head of Engineering Operations, Asia Pacific

Deutsche Bank AG

Services

Service Lines

Occupier Services

Property Type

Industrial, Office

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Apr 26, 2021

A Key Advantage of Embracing the Building Management and Corporate Facilities Management Solutions for a Competitive Edge After a Year of the Pandemic

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In the current market situation, most of the new office buildings are more concerned about how to fill up the space that they have due to the corrected office demand. Colliers can see that there are a number of trends that are likely to occur in the future, such as the possibility of shifting or moving offices to suburban areas like some offices have done overseas. But for Indonesia, it may require more time to apply this considering the current conditions.
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May 17, 2022

Client Success Story: End-to-End Facilities Management Services for DNV in Jakarta

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Mar 27, 2022

Case Study: Highest Level of Green Building Certification for PT. Bank Danamon Indonesia

Danamon entrusted Colliers Indonesia to manage the Facilities and Building Management of Menara Bank Danamon
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