"Helping you identify & capitalize on the opportunities in Offsite & Modular Manufacturing of Buildings & Infrastructure"


David spent 9 years developing and Executing Business Development and Trading Strategies in the APAC region for Holcim, before leading LafargeHolcim's global strategy development team

During 12 years with LafargeHolcim, David led the development of Holcim’s strategy in China, and subsequently led the APAC operations of Holcim’s trading business.  Prior to Holcim, David spent almost 10 years working in Hi-Tech & Communications first with Accenture and later a technology start-up.

In addition to leading the turn-around of Holcim Trading in APAC, David launched the Business Integration Providers platform for Accenture in Paris, and developed the LH Enterprise Network in APAC.  From 2016 to 2019 David was responsible for the strategy of the LafargeHolcim group including evaluation of the disruptive impact of Digital Tools and Off-site and Modular manufacturing on the Construction of Buildings & Infrastructure

David has a Masters degrees in both Aeronautical Engineering and Business Administration, and speaks English, French, German & Spanish


Off-site & Modular Manufacturing improves the sustainability of buildings and infrastructure: the greater the proportion of offsite, the better the environmental, social and economic outcomes.  Promoting and enabling the use of Off-site solutions in construction is one lever to a more sustainable future:

  • 60% less embedded CO2

  • 99% less waste

  • 30% better thermal efficiency

  • Less use of natural resources

  • Safer working conditions

In order to offset our CO2 emissions, and to support the development of new eco-systems, 1% of net sales will be donated each year to to MyClimate.org, a Switzerland based NGO that provides carbon offsetting solutions.

Find out how you can contribute at www.myclimate.org

Off-site is Sustainability


Acces to a global Off-site network

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