New York, NY, October 6, 2022 - Scale Facilitation® welcomes Phil King as the new Global Head of Real Estate and Development. Phil brings over 13 years of complex Construction Management experience to Scale Facilitation® and has played a pivotal role in innovative projects, e.g., Australia’s first building to include a solar-integrated façade.
In his role at Scale Facilitation®, Phil will oversee the base real estate and development negotiations for co-location partners moving to support the Recharge Industries™ battery facility. He will oversee other 'Friend Shoring' advanced manufacturing projects as well.
Phil will also be responsible for all real estate development projects within Scale Facilitation®, including overseeing the Scale Facilitation’s® office expansion in Geelong, Victoria Australia. That new space will include our innovation office and provide space for the Scale Facilitation® team supporting Recharge Industries™ and other Scale Facilitation® projects. This additional space was recently leased in response to Scale Facilitation’s rapid growth.
Phil will also oversee Scale Facilitation’s® new U.S headquarters in the Freedom Tower of NYC’s World Trade Center, which consists of a full floor. He will also oversee the development and coordination with the EPC firm building the Recharge Industries™ battery facility in Australia.
“This is an exciting time to be joining the Scale Facilitation® team, especially as we expand our real estate footprints in both Australia and the U.S. I am thrilled to help as we build out in NYC, Geelong, and beyond,” says Phil.
Phil has worked for large-scale construction companies as well as for property owners as a Senior Project and Development Manager. Before joining the Scale Facilitation® team, Phil worked on a number of large-scale and diverse projects, including retail, apartments, data centers, industrial and office projects for some of Australia’s largest REITs and private development businesses. Phil has a degree in Construction Management with Honours from Deakin University, Geelong.