Exactal relocates Hong Kong Head Office

Exactal is pleased to announce the relocation of the Hong Kong office effective from 1st July 2017 to the following address:

20/F, Greenwich Centre, 260 King’s Road,
North Point, Hong Kong

Due to the continuing expansion of Exactal, the Hong Kong office has now relocated to a larger venue. Previously, the Hong Kong office was centrally located across multiples floors in Quarry Bay. Now, the new location in North Point will unify the offices and accommodate the continued growth of Exactal in the region.

Commenting on the move, Murray Freeman, Exactal’s CEO said: “This move is pivotal for the rapid growth and expansion of the company. The larger venue will not only enhance transparency across multiple teams, but also foster true synergy through greater collaboration and employee rapport – a culture which I believe to be the backbone of our success thus far.”

Executive Chairman Mark Kefford adds: “Besides the enhanced communication via centralising our workforce, the new office also substantially increases the number of work stations we have, allowing us to employ even more staff to maintain the upward momentum of the company. I am very pleased about the latest move and look forward to Exactal continuing its successful growth into the future.”

For further enquiries please contact Exactal Sales via e-mail at sales.int@rib-software.com.

About Exactal

Established in Brisbane, Australia in 2003 to develop software specifically for the quantity surveying and estimating market, Exactal has continued to expand its worldwide presence. It now has offices in Brisbane & Melbourne in Australia, London & Manchester in the UK, Auckland in New Zealand, Austin in the USA, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Singapore and Hong Kong. The company also has sales and channel partner support across much of the globe. The main product CostX® provides an integrated BIM and 2D on-screen measurement solution with a unique integration between the cost estimates and the elements on the drawing files that the estimate represents. This approach keeps estimates up to date and allows drawing revisions to be easily evaluated to eliminate traditional scope creep in construction projects.