Max Shifman has been appointed as the new Chief Operating Officer for Intrapac Projects – one of Australia’s most successful privately owned property developers.
Formerly the Senior Development Manager, Max will now will oversee the development team, and work on new business opportunities and acquisitions for the company.
Max says he is thrilled to be in his new role and believes it is an exciting time to be working in the property development industry.
“We have some big projects already in progress, and our project pipeline gives us some great scope and diversity for the future. It’s a brilliant time to be working in our business,” he said.
With property in his blood, Max is no stranger to property development sector, having worked closely with his parents who started a successful property development business from scratch after immigrating to Australia from Russia in the late 1970s.
At the age of 30, Max’s achievements were acknowledged at the 2013 Urban Development Institute of Australia (Victoria) UDIA’s Award for Excellence, where he won the Young Professional Award for his outstanding achievement and commitment to the property industry.
Max currently sits on the UDIA’s Outlook Committee, a forum for younger people in the urban development industry, and he is involved in a number of other networking and professional endeavours.
Max’s academic qualifications include a double degree in Civil Engineering and Law at Monash University. He has also completed a professional property development course with the UDIA in 2010.
Intrapac Projects is a privately owned property development company, primarily focused on creating residential land subdivisions and built-form projects. David Payes established the company in 1984.
Intrapac has a proven-track-record in delivering high-quality land developments, and has won multiple
industry awards over a 30-year period. Considered to be one of Australia’s most successful private land developers, Intrapac is 30 per cent owned by the Smorgon Family’s Escor Group and has backing from a suite of high-net worth investors.
For more information, or to arrange an interview please contact: Zoyee Kartalis Public
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