Belt Collins has opened its sixth office in Asia with its newest in Indonesia.
The Honolulu-based planning, design and consulting firm opened a new office in Bali, with nine employees.
The office is working on projects including the Sawangan Bali Resort, Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana and The Regent Hotel & Residences.
“After 25 years of working on projects in Bali, we are pleased to finally establish a physical presence in Indonesia,” said Mike Terry, president and CEO of Belt Collins Hawaii Ltd., in a statement. “Our new office will provide us with the additional resources and local staff necessary to provide better service for our clients in Asia.”
The Bali office is the firm’s sixth office in Asia, joining Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Shenzen and Manila.
Belt Collins also has offices in Honolulu, Seattle and Boulder, Colo. The company employs more than 500 professional and support staff.