Singapore’s Busiest Architecture Firms Awarded
14 May 2010 – Singapore’s 10 most-active architecture firms were presented awards this evening at the Conrad Centennial by BCI Asia, the region’s leading construction information provider. The portfolios of these elite architecture firms contain USD 6.3 billion worth of properties scheduled to start construction in Singapore this year.
The BCI Asia Top 10 Awards for 2010 were presented to ADDP Architects, Aedas Pte Ltd, Architects 61 Pte Ltd, CPG Consultants Pte Ltd, DP Architects Pte Ltd, ONG&ONG Pte Ltd, P & T Consultants Pte Ltd, RSP Architects Planners & Engineers (Pte) Ltd, SAA Architects Pte Ltd, Surbana International Consultants Pte Ltd. The awards were sponsored by Akzo Nobel Paints (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Brandt Asia Pte Ltd and TAK Products & Services Pte Ltd.
BCI Asia Chairman, Dr Matthias Krups, said: “The top 10 architecture firms turn the corporate objectives of clients into buildings that work for today’s environment. These firms deliver projects efficiently while accounting for rapidly changing economic circumstances and consumer preferences. In this year’s portfolios, we see a continued shift towards Green building design.”
The exclusive awards ceremony was attended by 180 architects, designers, senior executives and leading professionals from the building and property development industry. This is the 6th annual BCI Asia Top 10 Awards to celebrate the achievements of architecture firms in Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
|From left to right Mr Thor Kerr (BCI Asia), Mr Low Cher Ek (Surbana International Consultants Pte Ltd), Mr Tjen Hian Ka (SAA Architects Pte Ltd), Ms Vivien Heng (RSP Architects Planners & Engineers Pte Ltd), Mr Richard Soon (P & T Consultants Pte Ltd), Mr Louis Lee (BCI Asia), Mr Matthias Krups (BCI Asia), Mr Steven Low (ONG&ONG Pte Ltd), Mr Suneeth C N (DP Architects), Mr Peter How (CPG Consultants Pte Ltd), Mr Clifford Chua (Architects 61 Pte Ltd), Mr Tony Ang (Aedas Pte Ltd), Mr John Lim (ADDP Architects)
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