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RWDI Opens New Office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Builders, architects and engineers will now have better access to RWDI’s world-leading capabilities in wind and climate engineering. 


On January 6, 2020, we opened a new office in Kuala Lumpur to expand our capacity to support the success of complex building projects in the Asia-Pacific region.

Sudeesh Kala and Mark Hunter, RWDI’s co-vice presidents for Asia Pacific, will lead the team of 13 qualified wind engineers and technicians at the new office in downtown Kuala Lumpur. These new team members bring valuable capabilities and significant experience in the areas of wind loading, CFD, and e-modeling for both wind tunnel testing and CFD simulations.

With decades of experience on engineering projects around the world, Mark Hunter is a hands-on vice president in Asia Pacific, as well as one of RWDI’s longest-serving project managers. Sudeesh Kala, Mark’s co-vice president for the region, is an internationally respected wind engineering consultant and project manager. Together, they will ensure that the Kuala Lumpur team is best positioned to respond to all your project demands in the region.


RWDI has contributed to the success of many complex, multidisciplinary projects redefining the Kuala Lumpur cityscape, including the Petronas Twin Towers, Exchange 106 Skyscraper, Merdeka PNB 118 Tower, PKNS Tower, Pavilion Damansara Heights Parcel 1, and Four Seasons Hotel.

“As RWDI continues to expand globally, our new office in Kuala Lumpur will extend our capacity to serve our clients in the Asia-Pacific region—and beyond,” says RWDI President and CEO Michael Soligo. “Under Sudeesh Kala and Mark Hunter’s capable leadership, the new office will be well supported by our wind loading and building performance teams in Guelph, Milton Keynes, and Trivandrum.”

How can we support the success of your next project? 
Contact Sudeesh directly at +6598536712, or Ganesh Krishnan, our Kuala Lumpur project manager, at +6 019 999 0671.