Anthony Mallows Appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of WATG

Posted in News, People on 5 December, 2017

WATG has announced the appointment of Anthony Mallows as President and Chief Executive Officer. WATG was founded in Honolulu in 1945 and offers integrated design services comprising strategy, planning, architecture, landscape and interiors for urban, tourism and resort destinations. Over its 72year history, WATG and its interior design firm, Wimberly Interiors, have designed projects in more than 160 countries and territories around the world.

Anthony Mallows, a trained architect and city planner, joins WATG with a career spanning property development, real estate, master planning, finance and design services. Most recently, Mallows led the development team for Masdar City, a 600-hectare mixed-use development in Abu Dhabi, owned by the Abu Dhabi Government’s Mubadala Investment Company. Prior to his tenure with Masdar City, Mallows founded Rubin Mallows Worldwide (RMW).

During his career, Mallows has been responsible for the planning, design and implementation of projects around the world including the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, across Europe and the United States along with Central Asia, Japan and Korea.

Muriel Muirden, WATG’s Board Chairwoman, commented: “We’re thrilled to welcome Anthony to WATG. His global expertise and work on complex urban and resort projects brings great wisdom, experience and powerful ambassadorial skills to the firm.”

Anthony Mallows commented: “Throughout my 32-year career, I’ve always admired WATG and the firm’s ability to continually innovate and deliver award-winning design. I’m particularly inspired by the firm’s legacy and ability to maintain its core ethos of creativity and commercially-successfully projects.  I’m honored to join the highly talented, passionate group of professionals at WATG.”

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