Guillaume has led for some 20 years the development and operation of infrastructure projects across the transportation, power, water, and maritime ports industries with a specific focus on emerging markets.
After spending nearly a decade leading the Global Engineering division and group-wide Capital Expenditures function as an Officer of International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI, PSE:ICT), Guillaume has taken on a leadership role in the newly established Prime Infra, another Enrique Razon controlled Co., focused on water, power, and energy infrastructure investment, development, and operation. In that capacity, he serves as the President, Chief Operating Officer, and Board Member of Prime Metroline Infrastructure Holdings Corporation (Prime Infra) and Prime Metro Power Holdings Corporation (Prime Power).
Prime Infra is currently developing the Wawa Bulk Water supply project, the largest privately-owned water supply project in the Philippines. In addition, Prime Infra is the majority shareholder of PrimeBMD, a civil contractor established in the Philippines in 2017 as a joint venture of Prime Infra and BMD of Australia. On the other hand, Prime Power concentrates on power generation, transmission, distribution and micro-grids, and currently has a gas fired power plant in Iraq that started commercial operations last February 9, 2020.
Prior to joining ICTSI, Guillaume progressively assumed leadership roles such as Infrastructure Commercial Director for CH2M HILL in Latin America and as a Director of CH2M HILL do Brasil and Halcrow Panama S.A (Halcrow). He was also the Principal Vice President and Director of River Consulting’s Maritime Division, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (NYSE: KMP). At Kinder Morgan, Guillaume led the development of coal, petcock, fertilizer, limestones, cement and liquid terminals in the continental USA and Latin America.
During his career, a number of projects were recognized as outstanding infra projects by leading industry associations or national governments. Guillaume’s experience spans across five continents with a primary focus on emerging markets. Recent projects are located in Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo, Colombia, Mexico, Honduras, Argentina, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and Australia, among others. Guillaume holds a M.S. degree in Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Materials from the University of California at Berkeley, and undergraduate degrees in Civil/Ocean Engineering and in Mathematics from the Florida Institute of Technology (Summa Cum Laude) and the University of Toulon et du Var in France. He is a registered Structural Engineer in the USA. Guillaume speaks fluent English, French, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese as well as commands a good understanding of Moroccan Arabic. He lives with his wife and two children in Manila, Philippines.