The RICS Awards showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in land, real estate, construction and infrastructure. They recognise outstanding achievement, teamwork and companies.

We are delighted to confirm the Winners of RICS Southeast Asia Awards 2023.

The successful teams and individuals of this year’s Awards were announced and celebrated at a formal ceremony held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore on Wednesday 1 November.

All entries demonstrate industry leading achievements and show the highest standards of professionalism across the built environment in Australia.

It was also our honour to announce Pauline Goh FRICS as the recipient of the most prestigious award for built environment professionals, the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Meet the Winners for 2023 below.

2023 Winners

Pauline Goh FRICS

Pauline Goh was appointed as CBRE’s Chairman of Southeast Asia in February 2019. Prior to that, she was Managing Director, Singapore from 2005, and CEO, Singapore and Southeast Asia from 2010. As Chairman of Southeast Asia, Pauline’s focus is on nurturing and growing strategic client accounts across the region.

During her tenure as CEO, Singapore was the growth engine of CBRE in Southeast Asia, growing at a compounded 35% per annum from 2014 to 2018. Pauline was also responsible for CBRE’s wholly-owned offices in Thailand and Vietnam, joint venture in Malaysia, alliances in Indonesia and Philippines, and affiliate in Cambodia.

In her 39 years with the company, Pauline has been key to its success in the region, having been involved in winning and executing major investment property transactions, across office, industrial and residential projects and assignments entrusted to the company, as well as the general management of the business.

Under her leadership, the company has earned numerous awards and accolades, including CBRE being named by leading global financial publication, Euromoney, as the top consultancy in Singapore in 2008-2011 and 2015-2018.

Over the years, Pauline has steadily built the CBRE brand into the leading real estate services firm in Southeast Asia. Singapore’s Advisory & Transaction Office Leasing team is recognised as one of the strongest in Asia, achieving the highest turnover of leasing deals in the past few decades and representing leading property developers in iconic Grade A office buildings including Frasers Tower and Capita Green in the CBD; Marina One, Marina Bay Financial Centre and One Raffles Quay in the Marina Bay Downtown; as well as city fringe developments such as DUO Tower, Paya Lebar Quarter and The Metropolis.

Under her stewardship, the Capital Markets team has also earned a solid reputation, having inked many record-breaking deals including the largest independent private property transactions to-date-the sale of 8 Shenton Way by CapitaLand to Macquarie Global Property Advisors (MGPA) for S$1.039 billion; and the sale of Triple One Somerset by Singapore Power and Public Utilities Board to a fund managed by Pacific Star for S$1.01 billion. More landmark deals include the sale of Asia Square Tower 1 by BlackRock to Qatar Investment Authority for S$3.38 billion in 2016 and the sale of Asia Square Tower 2 by BlackRock to CapitaLand Commercial Trust for S$2.09 billion in 2017.

Mark Synnott

Pauline Goh FRICS

Edmund Tie & Company (Southeast Asia)

Edmund Tie & Company (Southeast Asia), a full-service real estate consulting firm headquartered in Singapore, successfully brokered the sale of Golden Mile Complex (GMC) at S$700 million in May 2022.

The first large-scale strata-titled development gazetted for conservation, the 718-unit mixed-use development also represents the largest collective sale of strata units in Singapore to date.

A major milestone in conserving Singapore’s built heritage, the sale of GMC testifies to EDMUND TIE’s extensive capabilities, tireless commitment to clients, and also established EDMUND TIE as one of the few firms in Singapore with expertise in navigating large complex projects of such nature.

Michelle Jane Mitchell MRICS, Arcadis Projeks Sdn Bhd

Michelle, as Project Director at Arcadis Projeks Sdn Bhd, oversaw the fit-out of 14 stories within MIQ. This involved designing and constructing the new Future of Work office, which included innovative open plan office design, cafeteria, trading floor along with other multi-purpose and stakeholder social spaces.

The project spanned from May 2021 to September 2022, covering 230,000 sqft and delivered in three phases with staged occupancy. Michelle's nomination as Project Director for the MIQ fit-out recognises her exceptional project management skills, leadership, problem-solving abilities, and commitment to excellence. Her accomplishments have set a benchmark for future projects in the industry.

Savills Property Management Pte Ltd

Savills FM journey with Bolloré started in 2019 where many milestones and achievements were attained to date (2023) through teamwork, inclusivity and resilience. Sustainability, innovative and smart FM solutions were implemented for the project.

Challenges were overcome with the perseverance of the Savills FM team and may not have been made possible without stakeholders and service partners’ support. Not forgetting Bolloré who have provided their trust and confidence in Savills.

In 2022, Savills was awarded “Outstanding Outsourced FM Service Provider” and “Sustainability Award” by the International Facilities Management Association for the FM service to Bolloré Green Hub and Blue Hub.

CapitaLand Investment Limited

CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge (CSXC), launched in 2020, is the first sustainability-focused innovation challenge by a Singapore real estate company on a global scale.

Through CSXC, CapitaLand is seeking innovations that address key challenges in the built environment in the areas of low carbon transition, water conservation and resilience, waste management and the circular economy, as well as health, safety, and wellness in buildings.

Since the launch, CSXC has received over 600 entries from 50 countries. Twenty innovations have been given the opportunity to be piloted at 24 CapitaLand properties in Singapore, China, India, Thailand and USA.

Sodexo Singapore Pte Ltd

The project team successfully executed an innovative, sustainable office renovation. Implementing phased work and technology, they minimised disruption and rework while maximising resource usage.

Notably, the inclusive workspace design, created via Universal Design principles, catered to diverse employee needs, marking a key innovative outcome. The team's focus on sustainability led to significant reductions in energy and water usage, aligning with the organisation's sustainability goals.

Furthermore, they positively impacted the community through education and fostering a culture of sustainability. Their achievements truly exemplify effective project management, sustainability, and community engagement.

The team proactively drove positive outcomes and is on track to finish construction on time and under budget, despite an additional $60m of variations and claims.

CPG Facilities Management Pte Ltd

Kampung Admiralty is the first-of-its-kind development in Singapore, which integrates housing for the elderly with a wide range of social, healthcare, communal, commercial, and retail facilities.

The 11-storey “modern kampung” features 100 flats for the elderly, medical centre, an Active Ageing Hub co-located with a childcare centre, dining and retail outlets, as well as a 900-seat hawker centre. Beyond the facilities, Kampung Admiralty has also been designed with a variety of community spaces to encourage community involvement and ownership.

CPG FM property team shows their professionalism in ensuring the property is managed well with the expectation of the key stakeholders.

ARH Jurukur Bahan Sdn Bhd

The 24.4km, three-lane, dual-carriageway Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Elevated Expressway (SUKE) project running from Sri Petaling to Ulu Kelang stands as a testament to excellence in Malaysian infrastructure development.

The project has been expertly guided by ARH Jurukur Bahan Consultancy (ARH). ARH team's multifaceted proficiency, in technical, financial, and legal aspects, ensured rigorous compliance to construction standards and effective project cost control.

The team’s adept response to unprecedented challenges, such as the pandemic's impact, demonstrated innovation, professionalism, and resilience at the highest level.

Knight Frank Malaysia

"The Age of ESG" white paper series by Knight Frank Malaysia Research and Consultancy team explores the significance of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles and aims to raise awareness of sustainability.

It serves as a thought-provoking piece to understanding ESG's role in shaping business society and the environment. Focusing on Malaysia's sustainable development progress, the white paper emphasises the growing impact of ESG across the industrial real estate market.

By presenting robust research, analysis and insights, this white paper seeks to inspire individuals, organisations and stakeholders to kickstart their sustainability journey and navigate the evolving ESG landscape effectively.

lyf one-north Singapore

lyf one-north Singapore is a new co-living development at the heart of Singapore's One-North district. It offers affordable, vibrant accommodation for young professionals in the creative and technology industries. Beyond being an apartment building, it serves as a community hub for the neighborhood.

Sustainability was prioritised throughout the entire process, from conceptualisation to construction and post-construction operation. It has already received the GreenMark Gold Plus award from the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) and is the first Ascott property in Southeast Asia to receive GSTC certification.

Colliers Singapore

The Colliers Valuation team have positioned themselves as market leaders in valuation services through their expertise and their ability to drive enduring value for our clients. Comprised of skilled experts with a mission to accelerate the success of our clients, the team offer a comprehensive service, backed by research, data and extensive industry experience.

The past year has seen the team grow from strength to strength as they delivered outstanding results across more than 2000 projects. With their commitment to excellence, this team has consistently delivered accurate valuations that have made a significant impact on the industry and our clients.

Siti Norman, Turner & Townsend

Siti is a seasoned professional with over 15 years of experience in the built environment industry, specialising in digital transformation, Building Information Modelling (BIM) and 3D modelling. She is the current Digital Operations Lead for Standard Chartered Bank’s Global PMO, leading the bank’s digital transformation for its capital property function.

She also serves as a distinguished lecturer at BCA Academy and Singapore Polytechnic, where she imparts her industry expertise and passion to aspiring professionals. As Chief Panel Expert of 1st the World Skills Competition 2021, Digital Construction, she played a pivotal role in its setup and development over the years.

Jacqueline Huan MRICS, Turner & Townsend

Jacqueline is a Senior Cost Manager at Turner & Townsend with 11 years in the built environment industry. She has in-depth experience in providing cost management services in wide-ranging residential, commercial, retail, and airport projects in Singapore.

She is also a recognised subject matter expert for prefabricated prefinished volumetric construction (PPVC), having recently contributed a research piece on the practical application of PPVC in Singapore to VIEWonValue, a publication by the Dutch Association of Cost Engineers.

She is also part-time lecturer in NUS, and Honorary Secretary of both the SISV QS Division and SISV Central Management Committee.

CBRE Singapore

UOB appointed CBRE to develop a portfolio master plan towards its long-term real estate decisions and desire to transition to a high-performance workplace. This included UOB’s Singapore portfolio optimisation plan to source for a decentralised office campus. We successfully secured the campus building at the new Punggol Digital District.

UOB wished to secure a long-term arrangement akin to ownership. After negotiations backed by CBRE’s market understanding and demonstrating precedents, we convinced JTC to accept a less-conventional extended tenure with cost certainty.

Furthermore, we secured a significant reduction in the originally-quoted price and also tailored building specification modifications and enhancements.

CBRE Honeywell Account

Project include : 13 countries, 83 site locations and more than 200 internal FTE.

Portfolio Highlight: Mix use of workplace; manufacturing, R&D, Laboratories, and office area. There are three headquarters (China/Singapore/Malaysia).

Services include: Integrated Facility Management, Project Management, Design and M&E, Space and Change Management, Sourcing & Financial Management.

Achievement summary: High level of service and project delivery, road map for operational optimisation that lead to practical saving and energy & sustainability initiatives and projects that place CBRE@Honeywell as a leading team within the Facility Management.

HSC Pipeline Engineering Pte Ltd

HSC has implemented vehicle-mounted multi-channel ground penetrating radar, equipped with an accurate positioning system, to non-intrusively map subsurface utilities in Singapore.

This has reduced reliance on daylighting buried utilities to confirm their locations, paving the way for the industry to reduce operational overheads, increase productivity, and reduce the risk of utility strikes.

Societal impacts such as traffic jams, pollution, network disruptions, and so forth, are also better managed through subsurface utility engineering, an international standard HSC has adopted in tandem with the surface geophysical method as a better way of business.

Knight Frank Malaysia

This fit-out project nomination is a testament to our team's exceptional work in transforming a bare space into a functional and aesthetically pleasing environment. With meticulous planning and efficient execution, we successfully delivered the EDOTCO office that exceeded client expectations.

From conceptualisation to completion, we worked together with Client, Consultants and Contractors, as a team exhibited innovation, and expertise in space utilisation, interior design, and project management. By incorporating sustainable practices and cost-effective solutions, we also ensured Client’s office long-term viability.

This nomination recognises our dedication to excellence and ability to deliver exceptional fit-out projects that enhance both form and function.

Christopher Loh Yew Kai, C&W Services (S) Pte Ltd

Christopher Loh is a Senior Director in C&W Services (S) Pte Ltd overseeing a large array of government portfolio.

Other than providing FM services, he is instrumental in the organisation's shift towards the adoption of FM technology and expanded his developments to be part of the business.

He has strong competency and knowledge in the field and is well-respected for his forward looking mindset which has transformed the way FM operates today.

Linesight

Data centres play a key role in Southeast Asia’s growing demand for robust data infrastructure and in shaping the region’s technological landscape.

Linesight is proud to contribute to this dynamic industry through the delivery of full cost management services for the Client’s data centre project portfolio in the region.

This dynamic, agile and cohesive team based in Singapore demonstrates the value of a positive team culture where a ‘one team’ approach, combined with strong technical acumen and approach to sustainability, allow us to achieve successful project delivery whilst also supporting the region’s digital transformation.

Aurecon

As climate change becomes a more pressing issue, a requirement to carry out Life Cycle Assessments will soon be incorporated into Building Codes with threshold limits of embodied carbon to obtain building permits.

Aurecon has developed an innovative tool – Revit Extraction Automated Life cycle assessment (REAL) tool that can accurately measure embodied carbon contents of building structures, determine more environmentally-friendly structural solutions, and can populate accreditation tools with high quality location-specific information.

It enables Engineers to gain a deeper understanding of the environmental impacts of their decisions, and Developers more informed decisions leading to more sustainable buildings overall.

HSBC Menara IQ

Menara IQ, remarkable example of sustainability, professionalism, teamwork, and innovation. Achieved LEED Gold certification, implemented various energy-efficient measures, reducing Air-condition energy consumption by 43% and potable water use by 70%.

Team demonstrated expertise in technical, financial, and environmental aspects, adhering to RICS ethics and effectively managing costs. They prioritised client satisfaction, showcasing effective stakeholder management and communication.

Resource optimisation/diversity were key considerations throughout the project. Through innovative approaches and technologies like chilled beam AC, Smart BMS and touchless technology, Menara IQ has set industry best practices.

Savills Valuation and Professional Services (S) Pte Ltd

Valuating data centres, which are highly specialised assets, can be complicated, especially if they are in different regions. The highly dynamic market has evolving trends and developments influencing asset values. This requires a team with high levels of expertise, skills and knowledge.

Being selected to undertake this project speaks volumes about the dedicated team, consisting of mostly experienced members of RICS or SISV with experience in property valuation spanning over 20 years.

The team possesses expert technical skills to design a tailored valuation model, incorporating cashflow analysis and inputting specific parameters to determine the market value of the data centres.

Lin Xinying MRICS, CPG Facilities Management Pte Ltd

Lin Xinying is leading the team which provides facilities management services to HDB commercial properties, comprising of neighbourhood centres and precinct shops.

She is highly skilled both in the quantity surveying and facilities management field and has close to 10 years of experience doing property management for commercial buildings.

Leveraging on the diversity of her experience, she does solutioning using a multi-disciplinary approach and initiates changes for a positive impact to the built environment.

2023 Finalists

Nominated for: Quantity Surveying Team of the Year

The 24.4km, three-lane, dual-carriageway Sungai Besi-Ulu Kelang Elevated Expressway (SUKE) project running from Sri Petaling to Ulu Kelang stands as a testament to excellence in Malaysian infrastructure development.

The project has been expertly guided by ARH Jurukur Bahan Consultancy (ARH). ARH team's multifaceted proficiency, in technical, financial, and legal aspects, ensured rigorous compliance to construction standards and effective project cost control.

The team’s adept response to unprecedented challenges, such as the pandemic's impact, demonstrated innovation, professionalism, and resilience at the highest level.

Nominated for: Innovation Award

Asia Infrastructure Solutions (“AIS”) is nominating our LTA Proof of Concept (POC) project.

AIS team has pioneered a ground-breaking project revolutionising road defect inspection and detection in Singapore. Through the POC study, the team has leveraged the power of video analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to achieve an impressive accuracy rate of 85% in defect detection.

The team's innovative problem-solving approach and unwavering commitment to excellence have set a new standard for road safety and infrastructure maintenance. The project has improved the efficiency of defect inspections and helped reduce the risk of accidents and injuries on Singapore's roads.

 

Nominated for: Quantity Surveying Team of the Year

Asia Infrastructure Solutions (“AIS”) is nominating our Cost & Commercial team for the Defu Industrial City (“DIC”) project - a high-rise multi-user industrial complex consisting of 4 blocks of 7-storey building.

The team is led by Josephine Lee, Executive Director of AIS. Other core team members include Nancy Lim, Associate Director and Odessa Alcontin, Executive Senior QS.

The QS team have proactively managed and controlled costs since the project’s inception in 2014. We worked closely with various parties to identify and manage potential issues and challenges. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the DIC project was completed within the client’s timeline and budget.

Nominated for: Innovation Award and Sustainability Award

As climate change becomes a more pressing issue, a requirement to carry out Life Cycle Assessments will soon be incorporated into Building Codes with threshold limits of embodied carbon to obtain building permits.

Aurecon has developed an innovative tool – Revit Extraction Automated Life cycle assessment (REAL) tool that can accurately measure embodied carbon contents of building structures, determine more environmentally-friendly structural solutions, and can populate accreditation tools with high quality location-specific information.

It enables Engineers to gain a deeper understanding of the environmental impacts of their decisions, and Developers more informed decisions leading to more sustainable buildings overall.

Nominated for: Innovation Award

CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge (CSXC), launched in 2020, is the first sustainability-focused innovation challenge by a Singapore real estate company on a global scale.

Through CSXC, CapitaLand is seeking innovations that address key challenges in the built environment in the areas of low carbon transition, water conservation and resilience, waste management and the circular economy, as well as health, safety, and wellness in buildings.

Since the launch, CSXC has received over 600 entries from 50 countries. Twenty innovations have been given the opportunity to be piloted at 24 CapitaLand properties in Singapore, China, India, Thailand and USA.

Nominated for: Property Management Team of the Year

Comprising over 1,850 experienced professionals, CBRE’s Southeast Asia Property Management team closed 2022 with around 335 buildings under management.

CBRE manages assets comprising office towers, shopping malls, industrial and logistics assets, high-end residential condominiums, mixed-use MCST assets and hotels.

Key highlights for the Singapore team include using innovative cleaning tech to boost efficiency and cost savings, enhancing our sustainability services offering, and promoting and educating CBRE employees on sustainability through gamification. The Cambodia team displayed professionalism by helping their clients save cost too. Lastly, the Philippines team have seen rapid growth in appointments and in its teams.

 

CBRE Singapore

Nominated for: Agency Team of the Year

UOB appointed CBRE to develop a portfolio master plan towards its long-term real estate decisions and desire to transition to a high-performance workplace. This included UOB’s Singapore portfolio optimisation plan to source for a decentralised office campus. We successfully secured the campus building at the new Punggol Digital District.

UOB wished to secure a long-term arrangement akin to ownership. After negotiations backed by CBRE’s market understanding and demonstrating precedents, we convinced JTC to accept a less-conventional extended tenure with cost certainty.

Furthermore, we secured a significant reduction in the originally-quoted price and also tailored building specification modifications and enhancements.

 

CBRE Honeywell Account

Nominated for: Facilities Management Team of the Year

Account Name: CBRE@Honeywell

Project include : 13 countries, 83 site locations and more than 200 internal FTE.

Portfolio Highlight: Mix use of workplace; manufacturing, R&D, Laboratories, and office area. There are three headquarters (China/Singapore/Malaysia).

Services include: Integrated Facility Management, Project Management, Design and M&E, Space and Change Management, Sourcing & Financial Management.

Achievement summary: High level of service and project delivery, road map for operational optimisation that lead to practical saving and energy & sustainability initiatives and projects that place CBRE@Honeywell as a leading team within the Facility Management.

 

CBRE Thailand

Nominated for: Valuation Team of the Year

As an ardent team of seven valuers and coordinators headed by Penthida Srisawang, the Valuation and Advisory Services team of CBRE Thailand consistently won appointments by Siam Makro PCL, a renowned chain of membership-only wholesale stores across Thailand.

In their move away from the big-box format, Siam Makro sought to expand into small-scale retail stores. Over the course of a year, Siam Makro entrusted the team with 30 property valuations for site acquisitions. Forming a strong understanding of the client’s expansion strategy and project requirements, CBRE delivered their valuations to Siam Makro with flexible prioritisation, thorough justification, and utmost professionalism.

 

CBRE (Vietnam) Co., Ltd

Nominated for: Research Team of the Year

CBRE’s research and consulting team is a specialised team within the broader CBRE Group.

Our insights and perspectives help clients make the right decisions about their real estate.

With industry-leading econometric forecasting, advanced market research, and expertise in local, regional and global markets, we are committed to helping our clients implement the best possible strategies.

Colliers Indonesia

Nominated for: Facilities Management Team of the Year

Unsatisfactory results in the previous management of the Regional Office led Danamon to challenge Colliers with an almost unfeasible task: to take over the management while retaining all the operational team members.

The team at Danamon Regional Office, comprising both old and new members, has demonstrated something extraordinary by coming together and elevating their teamwork, despite having little prior acquaintance.

The level of dedication and hard work exhibited by the team in this project is immense. Each team member opens their heart and places trust in one another, firmly believing that they can achieve the set targets through solid teamwork.

 

Colliers Singapore

Nominated for: Valuation Team of the Year

The Colliers Valuation team have positioned themselves as market leaders in valuation services through their expertise and their ability to drive enduring value for our clients. Comprised of skilled experts with a mission to accelerate the success of our clients, the team offer a comprehensive service, backed by research, data and extensive industry experience.

The past year has seen the team grow from strength to strength as they delivered outstanding results across more than 2000 projects. With their commitment to excellence, this team has consistently delivered accurate valuations that have made a significant impact on the industry and our clients.

Nominated for: Property Management Team of the Year

Kampung Admiralty is the first-of-its-kind development in Singapore, which integrates housing for the elderly with a wide range of social, healthcare, communal, commercial, and retail facilities.

The 11-storey “modern kampung” features 100 flats for the elderly, medical centre, an Active Ageing Hub co-located with a childcare centre, dining and retail outlets, as well as a 900-seat hawker centre. Beyond the facilities, Kampung Admiralty has also been designed with a variety of community spaces to encourage community involvement and ownership.

CPG FM property team shows their professionalism in ensuring the property is managed well with the expectation of the key stakeholders.

Nominated for: Facilities Management Team of the Year

C&W EMSU Team is a committed and passionate group that is serving HDB residents behind the scenes. They work closely with the Town Councils to ensure prompt services are provided in times of need.

Other than meeting their service KPIs, this team of compassionate individuals went above and beyond and contribute significantly to the growing trend of ESG. Furthermore, their positive attitude in continuously improving ground operations and widening of knowledge is more than commendable.

Nominated for: Agency Team of the Year

Edmund Tie & Company (Southeast Asia), a full-service real estate consulting firm headquartered in Singapore, successfully brokered the sale of Golden Mile Complex (GMC) at S$700 million in May 2022.

The first large-scale strata-titled development gazetted for conservation, the 718-unit mixed-use development also represents the largest collective sale of strata units in Singapore to date.

A major milestone in conserving Singapore’s built heritage, the sale of GMC testifies to EDMUND TIE’s extensive capabilities, tireless commitment to clients, and also established EDMUND TIE as one of the few firms in Singapore with expertise in navigating large complex projects of such nature.

Nominated for: Sustainability Award

Menara IQ, remarkable example of sustainability, professionalism, teamwork, and innovation. Achieved LEED Gold certification, implemented various energy-efficient measures, reducing Air-condition energy consumption by 43% and potable water use by 70%.

Team demonstrated expertise in technical, financial, and environmental aspects, adhering to RICS ethics and effectively managing costs. They prioritised client satisfaction, showcasing effective stakeholder management and communication.

Resource optimisation/diversity were key considerations throughout the project. Through innovative approaches and technologies like chilled beam AC, Smart BMS and touchless technology, Menara IQ has set industry best practices.

Nominated for: Innovation Award

HSC has implemented vehicle-mounted multi-channel ground penetrating radar, equipped with an accurate positioning system, to non-intrusively map subsurface utilities in Singapore.

This has reduced reliance on daylighting buried utilities to confirm their locations, paving the way for the industry to reduce operational overheads, increase productivity, and reduce the risk of utility strikes.

Societal impacts such as traffic jams, pollution, network disruptions, and so forth, are also better managed through subsurface utility engineering, an international standard HSC has adopted in tandem with the surface geophysical method as a better way of business.

Nominated for: Project Management & Building Consultancy Team of the Year

The IHH Workplace Transformation and Renovation projects revitalised outdated workspaces, resulting in a remarkable outcome.

Meticulous planning and attention to detail through thorough user and stakeholder engagement guided the comprehensive renovation, creating environments that fostered creativity, collaboration and employee satisfaction.

This achievement brought by the combined synergistic efforts of the project management and consultancy team resulted in highly positive impacts on our organisation and beyond.

Nominated for: Property Management Team of the Year

JLL's teams in Southeast Asia have a proven track record of success and being recognised for our hard work and results is always a humbling and gratifying experience.

Our teams are committed to providing our clients with the best possible service, as we constantly look for new ways to improve performance by strongly focusing on Ethics, Compliance, Continuous Improvement, Teamwork and Collaboration, and overall Customer Satisfaction.

We are proud of our professionalism and are committed to providing our clients with the best possible service.

Nominated for: Agency Team of the Year

Revitalising the Market: A Landmark En-Bloc Transaction Reigniting Investor Confidence

The RM245 million transaction to Archi Jaya Plantations, which concluded amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, on the 28th of February 2022 has had a profoundly positive impact on the hospitality market with a significant surge in investor interest.

This sale has successfully set a ground-breaking standard for future transactions, positioning the industry for further growth and advancement in the coming years.

 

Nominated for: Project Management & Building Consultancy Team of the Year

This fit-out project nomination is a testament to our team's exceptional work in transforming a bare space into a functional and aesthetically pleasing environment. With meticulous planning and efficient execution, we successfully delivered the EDOTCO office that exceeded client expectations.

From conceptualisation to completion, we worked together with Client, Consultants and Contractors, as a team exhibited innovation, and expertise in space utilisation, interior design, and project management. By incorporating sustainable practices and cost-effective solutions, we also ensured Client’s office long-term viability. This nomination recognises our dedication to excellence and ability to deliver exceptional fit-out projects that enhance both form and function.

 

Nominated for: Research Team of the Year

"The Age of ESG" white paper series by Knight Frank Malaysia Research and Consultancy team explores the significance of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles and aims to raise awareness of sustainability.

It serves as a thought-provoking piece to understanding ESG's role in shaping business society and the environment. Focusing on Malaysia's sustainable development progress, the white paper emphasises the growing impact of ESG across the industrial real estate market.

By presenting robust research, analysis and insights, this white paper seeks to inspire individuals, organisations and stakeholders to kickstart their sustainability journey and navigate the evolving ESG landscape effectively.

Nominated for: Quantity Surveying Team of the Year

Data centres play a key role in Southeast Asia’s growing demand for robust data infrastructure and in shaping the region’s technological landscape.

Linesight is proud to contribute to this dynamic industry through the delivery of full cost management services for the Client’s data centre project portfolio in the region.

This dynamic, agile and cohesive team based in Singapore demonstrates the value of a positive team culture where a ‘one team’ approach, combined with strong technical acumen and approach to sustainability, allow us to achieve successful project delivery whilst also supporting the region’s digital transformation.

Nominated for: Sustainability Award

lyf one-north Singapore is a new co-living development at the heart of Singapore's One-North district. It offers affordable, vibrant accommodation for young professionals in the creative and technology industries. Beyond being an apartment building, it serves as a community hub for the neighborhood.

Sustainability was prioritised throughout the entire process, from conceptualisation to construction and post-construction operation. It has already received the GreenMark Gold Plus award from the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) and is the first Ascott property in Southeast Asia to receive GSTC certification.

Nominated for: Research Team of the Year

Magnesium anode (Mg-anode) is used for corrosion protection of underground pipelines. Imported anode are sold with various brands & types, without attaching the results of material testing. To know the quality & performance of Mg-Anode is very difficult and requires testing of ± 1 - 2 months in an external institution. The risk of failure of the anode function during installation on the pipeline will result in project delays and penalty fines. The purpose of making the Mg-Anode test equipment is to be able to carry out independent inspections at the QC-WIKA IKON laboratory, to reduce the risk of malfunction and reduce testing cost and time.

Nominated for: Project Management & Building Consultancy Team of the Year

Santos Knight Frank’s Project Management Team supported a US healthcare IT-BPM company with the development of its four sites across the Philippines in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic amid mobility and resource restrictions.

With the team’s innovation, professionalism, and collaboration, the four sites were delivered on time, allowing greater healthcare services for the company’s clients amid recalibration and disruptive challenges.

Nominated for: Facilities Management Team of the Year

Savills FM journey with Bolloré started in 2019 where many milestones and achievements were attained to date (2023) through teamwork, inclusivity and resilience. Sustainability, innovative and smart FM solutions were implemented for the project.

Challenges were overcome with the perseverance of the Savills FM team and may not have been made possible without stakeholders and service partners’ support. Not forgetting Bolloré who have provided their trust and confidence in Savills.

In 2022, Savills was awarded “Outstanding Outsourced FM Service Provider” and “Sustainability Award” by the International Facilities Management Association for the FM service to Bolloré Green Hub and Blue Hub.

 

Nominated for: Valuation Team of the Year

Valuating data centres, which are highly specialised assets, can be complicated, especially if they are in different regions. The highly dynamic market has evolving trends and developments influencing asset values. This requires a team with high levels of expertise, skills and knowledge.

Being selected to undertake this project speaks volumes about the dedicated team, consisting of mostly experienced members of RICS or SISV with experience in property valuation spanning over 20 years.

The team possesses expert technical skills to design a tailored valuation model, incorporating cashflow analysis and inputting specific parameters to determine the market value of the data centres.

Nominated for: Project Management & Building Consultancy Team of the Year

The project team successfully executed an innovative, sustainable office renovation. Implementing phased work and technology, they minimised disruption and rework while maximising resource usage.

Notably, the inclusive workspace design, created via Universal Design principles, catered to diverse employee needs, marking a key innovative outcome. The team's focus on sustainability led to significant reductions in energy and water usage, aligning with the organisation's sustainability goals.

Furthermore, they positively impacted the community through education and fostering a culture of sustainability. Their achievements truly exemplify effective project management, sustainability, and community engagement.

Nominated for: Woman of the Built Environment Award

Christina has over 40 years of experience and is a respected professional in the facilities management industry. Over the years, she has fought to make changes and contribute to nation building through her relentless efforts in the building facilities industry.

She pioneered the use of LED lighting in residential areas and town council offices and is a strong advocate in sustainability practices. Christina’s proven track record of success, includes developing painting standards and HDB’s Main Upgrading Program.

Christina is grateful for the help from all inspirational individuals working around her and hopes to continue serving the industry and the community.

Nominated for: Property Professional of the Year

Christopher Loh is a Senior Director in C&W Services (S) Pte Ltd overseeing a large array of government portfolio.

Other than providing FM services, he is instrumental in the organisation's shift towards the adoption of FM technology and expanded his developments to be part of the business.

He has strong competency and knowledge in the field and is well-respected for his forward looking mindset which has transformed the way FM operates today.

Nominated for Young Achiever of the Year

Jacqueline is a Senior Cost Manager at Turner & Townsend with 11 years in the built environment industry. She has in-depth experience in providing cost management services in wide-ranging residential, commercial, retail, and airport projects in Singapore.

 She is also a recognised subject matter expert for prefabricated prefinished volumetric construction (PPVC), having recently contributed a research piece on the practical application of PPVC in Singapore to VIEWonValue, a publication by the Dutch Association of Cost Engineers.

She is also part-time lecturer in NUS, and Honorary Secretary of both the SISV QS Division and SISV Central Management Committee.

Nominated for: Construction Professional of the Year

Michelle, as Project Director at Arcadis Projeks Sdn Bhd, oversaw the fit-out of 14 stories within MIQ. This involved designing and constructing the new Future of Work office, which included innovative open plan office design, cafeteria, trading floor along with other multi-purpose and stakeholder social spaces.

The project spanned from May 2021 to September 2022, covering 230,000 sqft and delivered in three phases with staged occupancy. Michelle's nomination as Project Director for the MIQ fit-out recognises her exceptional project management skills, leadership, problem-solving abilities, and commitment to excellence. Her accomplishments have set a benchmark for future projects in the industry.

Nominated for: Woman of the Built Environment Award

Siti is a seasoned professional with over 15 years of experience in the built environment industry, specialising in digital transformation, Building Information Modelling (BIM) and 3D modelling. She is the current Digital Operations Lead for Standard Chartered Bank’s Global PMO, leading the bank’s digital transformation for its capital property function.

She also serves as a distinguished lecturer at BCA Academy and Singapore Polytechnic, where she imparts her industry expertise and passion to aspiring professionals. As Chief Panel Expert of 1st the World Skills Competition 2021, Digital Construction, she played a pivotal role in its setup and development over the years.

Nominated for: Construction Professional of the Year

Vibhor Agarwal is an Executive Director at Asia Infrastructure Solutions (AIS).

He has over 25 years of industry experience and is an Architect by training. Vibhor has managed and delivered projects such as residential, base-built, commercial interior fit-outs and layout development. He currently leads and oversees the project management and delivery of multiple projects for the Housing and Development Board (HDB) in Singapore.

Under Vibhor’s exceptional leadership, the team was recently awarded the Project of the Year Award 2022 (2nd Runner-Up) by the Singapore Project Management Institute (SPMI) for their outstanding delivery of the Bedok Beacon project.

Nominated for: Young Achiever of the Year

As young professional with experience in both hospitality and healthcare built environment, Xin Yi had been successful in implementing initiatives in areas of facilities management, infrastructure renewal, sustainability, project and program management.

These initiatives include technical due diligence audits, JCI accreditation for hospitals, green building accreditation and workplace transformation. In her latest projects, she played a key role in transiting IHH Headquarters from a traditional workplace to a modern ABW work environment that not only encourages collaboration and productivity, but also a space that is environmentally sustainable and takes care of staff well-being.

Nominated for Young Achiever of the Year

Lin Xinying is leading the team which provides facilities management services to HDB commercial properties, comprising of neighbourhood centres and precinct shops. She is highly skilled both in the quantity surveying and facilities management field and has close to 10 years of experience doing property management for commercial buildings.

Leveraging on the diversity of her experience, she does solutioning using a multi-disciplinary approach and initiates changes for a positive impact to the built environment.

“Be fearless in your pursuit for greatness, leading the way towards a resilient, connected and sustainable future for our next generations.”

Alan Goh

Chief Executive Officer, CPG Facilities Management Pte Ltd

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“It is a privilege to chair the judging panel for the RICS Southeast Asia Awards. I am once again impressed by the professionalism evident in this year's submissions. Each entry not only upholds but advances the standards of our institution and the commitment to quality, innovation, and ESG principles clearly resonates throughout. Congratulations to all contributors for setting such a high bar in the wide range of categories we have this year.”

Chris Marriott FRICS

CEO Chair of the Judging Panel, Savills Singapore

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Chris Marriott FRICS, Savills Singapore, CEO

Having arrived in Asia in 1990, Chris has lived in both Hong Kong and Singapore and covered most markets and disciplines in the Asia Pacific Region. Presently as CEO for South East Asia, Chris oversees the firm's activity and expansion plans in the region, in addition to managing the Singapore operations. Alongside his operational responsibilities he sits on the Asia Pacific Executive Committee which determines strategic direction for the business in the region.

During his time he has played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Singapore operations in 1995, and subsequently restructured the business in 2004, in addition he has been involved in, or led numerous corporate acquisitions and strategic relationships for the group.

More recently Chris has taken an active role in how technology can be leveraged within Savills and the broader real estate industry.In a professional capacity Chris has acted for many investors, developers, occupiers and end-users in many aspects of their real estate needs.

Alan Goh, CPG Facilities Management, CEO

Alan is currently the CEO of CPG Facilities Management Pte Ltd (CPG FM), a strategic facilities management services company that is a wholly-owned subsidiary company of CPG Corporation Pte Ltd. In his current role, Alan oversees and heads the facilities management business of the Group and seeks to grow CPG FM’s presence as the leader of strategic and sustainable facilities and property management, in helping clients and property owners manage, operate and maintain their facilities and real estate sustainably.

As a steward to a more sustainable FM operations & maintenance on the job, he believes that sustainable practices are no longer optional and is spearheading efforts to drive the company’s plans to actively chart pathways and progress towards a greener built environment.

Bastiaan van Beijsterveldt, Colliers International, Managing Director

Professional Summary

Bastiaan is the Managing Director for Colliers in Singapore. His responsibilities include the strategic direction of the Singapore office, to lead the growth and diversification initiatives, ensure superior service delivery and develop market leading teams. He oversees all business lines including Capital Markets, Investment Sales, Occupier Services, Valuations & Advisory, Industrial Services, Hotel Advisory, Research, as well as Marketing & Communications and the Human Resources and Finance Teams.

Pertinent to this assignment Bastiaan was the Head of Occupier Services in Singapore and has led complex transaction projects for diverse global multinationals and investors throughout the entire Asia-Pacific region.

In Asia - Pacific, Bastiaan lived and worked in; Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia and Australia.

Education

Masters of Science in International Real Estate Markets, with commendation, from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Bachelor of Business Administration in Real Estate Studies from the Netherlands

Desmond Sim, Edmund Tie & Company, CEO

With more than 20 years’ experience in real estate, Desmond is backed with robust acumen and know-how across diverse property sectors – including commercial, residential, retail, industrial, hospitality and institutional real estate. His broad expertise in research and consulting, coupled with his wide-ranging experience across commercial, government and non-profit organisations, gives him an excellent overview of the industry.

As EDMUND TIE’s key media spokesperson, Desmond is a well sought-after speaker for various forums and seminars organised by real estate developers and associations, financial institutions, as well as tertiary institutions. With a strong passion for retail, he also sits on the inaugural Fair Tenancy Industry Committee.

In his earlier roles, Desmond was the head of Research for CBRE Singapore and Southeast Asia. Before embarking on real estate research, he was a licensed real estate appraiser and has experience in property tax consultancy. Desmond was also part of a team which incepted and completed various private equity real estate funds in China and India. He had also undertaken numerous research, feasibility and master planning studies in Singapore and other countries, including Brunei, Indonesia, Maldives and Thailand.

Eugene Seah FRICS, Meinhardt Singapore, Global Board Member, Chief Operating Officer Singapore and Snr Dir, GCEO Office

Eugene joined the construction industry in 1999. He graduated with a BSc in Quantity Surveying (1st Class Honours) from the University of Reading and started work in Davis Langdon & Seah as a Quantity Surveyor. He subsequently broadened his knowledge by reading a BSc in

Technology and Computing (1st Class Honours), a MSc in Construction Law and Arbitration and a MSc in Sustainable Building Design (Merit).

He subsequently attended the Senior Management Development Program from Harvard and also has a Diploma and a Certificate in Advance Learning and Performance for Adults from the Institute of Adult Learning at Singapore University of Social Science. He has recently completed his Professional Doctorate in Construction Management at the European International University in 2023 and is currently studying a PhD by Portfolio from the Swiss Business School. He also has a certificate for Value Management from the UK Institute of Value Managers. For his dissertation at Kings, Eugene read on Partnering and Collaborative Contracts and its effective implementation.

Through the years in Davis Langdon & Seah, subsequently renamed to Langdon & Seah, he carried out project management and quantity surveying work and was a Partner of the firm in 2008. As a Partner, he has businesses in Singapore, Vietnam, Korea, Indonesia and India. In 2012, the firm merged with Arcadis , a Dutch Multidisciplinary company and was the Managing Director of Arcadis Singapore and the City Executive for Singapore. The City Executive role enabled him to understand how large multinational corporations work and he had to also integrate the various brands and cultures in the Arcadis business in Singapore.

In 2017, he joined Surbana Jurong as a Senior Director at the Group CEO’s office (special projects) and became a Director in Three sixty Cost Management and Three sixty Contracts Advisory, subsidiary

of the Surbana Jurong Group. In his role as Senior Director, he led the Digital Management Office and the Sustainability and Resilience office. In late 2020, he became the Managing Director of Surbana Technologies, the Smart Cities arm of the Surbana Jurong Group and subsequently brought the company to win several awards for their innovative approach to asset and environmental management through a proprietary platform. In 2021, he successfully participated in a M&A with a Systems Integration company, bringing one more

specialised company into the group to carry out platform development and systems integration into the Group’s capabilities. He subsequently became a Director in this newly formed system’s integration company.

Faye Yeo FRICS, Ankura Singapore, Managing Director, Construction Disputes & Advisory Core

Faye is a Managing Director in the Global Construction Practice Ankura in Asia. She is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor with over 25 years of experience on a wide range of construction and engineering projects in the building, infrastructure and oil and gas industries. She has been appointed Quantum Expert Witness on several occasions and given evidence under cross-examination in arbitration, including giving concurrent expert evidence (“hot-tubbing”). Prior to acting as appointed independent expert witness she was also the lead assistant to other named experts on more than 20 occasions in international proceedings.

Faye’s expert witness and a lead assistant on quantum expert team appointments include opining on quantum related matters such as damages, direct loss and/or expense, loss of profit claims, project terminations and valuation of variations.

Faye is competent and well-versed in expert report writing and has significant experience in the assessment of contentious claims such as claims for prolongation costs, and complicated variations.

Faye is bilingual: fluent in spoken and written Mandarin.

Hang Dang FRICS, CBRE Vietnam, Managing Director

As the Managing Director for CBRE Vietnam with total staff of over 1,000 professionals, Hang oversees all CBRE Vietnam business activities as a strategic advisor to investors, occupiers and developers across the residential, commercial and industrial markets.

Hang services the real estate property requirements of the many multi-national corporations with a presence in Vietnam as well as local developers and investors.

In the last 25 years, Hang has been in various leadership positions in real estate firms including Vingroup, one of the biggest local developer in Vietnam (Vincom Retails JSC & Vincom Office). Hang began her real estate career in Richard Ellis (former CBRE) and later took on the Managing Directorship at Cushman & Wakefield Vietnam.

Heng Tze Kiang, C&W Services, Director

Heng Tze Kiang is an experienced Real Estate Management Professional with over 22 years of real estate and facilities management experience with local and overseas experience.

In his career, he has overseen and managed in various types of facilities from Office / Commercial / Retail facilities, mixed used facilities, childcare facilities and Sports Facilities locally and overseas, including overseeing Construction of New Facilities, Asset Enhancement works as well as leasing and marketing activities.

Currently he is the Head of Business Unit for Government and Investor Group within C&W Services Facilities Management Team, responsible for the strategic direction and profit and loss of projects assigned.

Jason Whitcombe, Surbana Jurong, Group Director

Joey Radovan, JLL Philippines, Country Head

Current responsibilities

Joey joined JLL Philippines in October 1, 2020 and took on the country leadership role in January 1, 2022 with responsibilities that includes leading, management and strategic growth of the firm’s business lines covering leasing, sales, investments, advisory, valuations, property management, facilities management, project management and developing new, value-added services for clients.

Past Experience

One of the dominant corporate real estate professionals in the Philippines over the last 25-years, Joey exclusively managed transactions and advisory of a Client that occupiers more than 350,000 sq.m. of office in several locations in the Philippines. Joey completed the largest built-to-suit office lease for 70,000 sq.m. on behalf of a US-based financial institution in 2018. Joey has completed large investment sales transactions most notable of which is the sale of the same office building in Bonifacio Global City twice in less than a 24-month period.

Joey previously worked as business line head for various global real estate firms CBRE, Colliers International and Knight Frank. Early in his career, Joey worked for Megaworld Corporation subsidiary, Empire East Land Holdings in selling residential condos and houses.

Education and affiliations

Joey holds a Master of Science in Cities from the London School of Economics & Political Science, U.K., a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce, Major in Business Administration from the University of Santo Tomas, Philippines; a Diploma in Real Estate Management from De La Salle University, College of Saint Benilde, Philippines, an Executive Certificate in Real Estate Finance from National University of Singapore, a certificate in MBA Essentials from London School of Economics & Political Sceinece, U.K., a Certificate in Data Science in Real Estate from M.I.T., USA, a certificate in Hotel Real Estate Investments and Asset Management from Cornell University, USA, and a certificate in Circurlar Economy & Sustainability Strategies from University of Cambridge, U.K.

Joey actively serves as campus ambassador and was past chapter chair for the Philippines Chapter of CoreNet Global, the largest global organization of corporate real estate professionals in the world.

Johnny Goh FRICS, IHH Healthcare Singapore, Vice President & Head, Corporate Real Estate Services

Johnny has 24+ years of built environment experience in corporate real estate, facilities management, infrastructure renewal, building efficiency, sustainability, and project management. Throughout his career, he has managed 90+ commercial and mixed-development facilities across Asia with a track record spanning from the corporate workplaces, healthcare, hotels, residential, commercial, iconic landmarks, and government facilities. In his current role, Johnny leads the corporate and operational functions such as Facilities Management, Environmental Services, Corporate Security, Biomedical Engineering, Real Estate and Workplace, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), Technical Services, Sustainability and Energy to support IHH SG's broad spectrum of facilities and businesses.

As a professional in this field, his passion lies in a myriad of areas: FM digital transformation, Strategic Facilities Management, Change management, Real estate portfolio re-optimisation, Workplace transformation, Infrastructure renewal, Sustainability, Energy Management and Strategic outsourcing.

Johnny was elected a Fellow (FRICS) of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in 2020, and his journey as a Chartered Surveyor in RICS began in 2015. Since then, he has actively supported the institution's work as an APC Chair, assessor, speaker, event moderator, and journal contributor. Additionally, he was named RICS Southeast Asia Property Professional of the Year in 2021. Under his leadership, his team has received numerous awards, including the RICS Southeast Asia Innovation Award 2020, Workplace Safety Innovation Awards, Fire Excellence Awards (2018 and 2022), Green Building Awards, and others.

Johnny graduated from University College London (UCL) with a Master of Science (Merit) in Facilities and Environment Management, National University of Singapore (NUS) with a Master of Science in Building Performance and Sustainability, and RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Construction Management.

In addition to his position with RICS, Johnny has served as a committee member of the WSH Council Committee (Healthcare), Assisi Hospice Building Management Committee and Industry mentor for the Built Environment faculty for Polytechnics, where he imparts his experience and knowledge to drive best practices and nurtures future generations of built environment professionals.

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Khoo Sze Boon, Turner & Townsend, Managing Director (SG & Viet)

Sze Boon is currently the Managing Director of Turner & Townsend who oversees Singapore, and Vietnam operations. He has more than 20 years professional experience and had undertaken senior leadership positions as the Head of Operations and Head of Cost Management & Quantity Surveying in international consultancy practice.

Sze Boon was the President (Quantity Surveying Division) [from May 2017 to Apr 2021] and Chairman (Central Management Committee) [from Jun 2020 to Apr 2021] of the Singapore Institute of Surveyors & Valuers (SISV).

He has been active on thought leadership where he presented at international and regional conferences on pertinent topics such as issues arising out of Covid-19 (Temporary Measure Act), Collaborative Contracting, Pre-fabricated Pre-Finished Volumetric Construction (DfMA-PPVC), Value Management, Early Contractor’s Involvement.

Sze Boon is actively representing the QS fraternity in various industry committees in the Singapore Built Environment Industry such as - Construction Industry Joint Committee (CIJC), BCA BIM Steering Committee, BCA Rebranding Implementation Workgroup (RIWG), BCA BuildSG Tripartite Committee, BCA Collaborative Contracting Working Committee and BCA's Buildability & Quality Advisory Committee (BQAC); as well as in the regional arena – Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) where he represents SISV in the PAQS Board and also part of the PAQS Education and Accreditation Committee. He also sits on University Programme Advisory Committee (PAC) with Singapore University of Social Science (SUSS) and currently the Chair of the RMIT-SIM PAC. He is also a member of the Department Consultative Committee of National University of Singapore (NUS) - Department of Building.

In his SISV role, he has been instrumental in championing the Industry Transformation Map Action Plan for QS. His aspiration is to achieve better recognition and standing of the QS professional in Singapore Built Environment Industry through the Accreditation of Professional QS Scheme in Singapore.

Sze Boon was awarded the RICS Construction Professional of the Year in 2020 and was conferred the Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) Medal in 2019.

Mirchael Murphy MRICS, Linesight, Regional Director, SEA

Michael Murphy is the Regional Director for Southeast Asia at Linesight with over 18 years’ experience in the construction industry, providing cost management and project controls services for some of the largest multinational clients in the world.

Michael's strategic and technical expertise has led to successful project deliveries in multiple sectors, including Data Centre, Life Sciences, Commercial, and Residential, across Asia Pacific, Europe and the US. Some of his notable projects are a manufacturing and commercial facility in Singapore and multiple data centres in the US and Singapore, including most recently, the largest single-phase hyperscale data centre in Southeast Asia.

Michael is a member of the RICS (MRICS/MSCSI), regularly speaks at industry events and provides media insights around topical industry trends (e.g., commodity reports, modular construction, etc.).

Trudie Moeller BSc (Hons), MRICS, ACIArb, MSIArb, CCi, a Rimkus Company, Regional Director, SEA

Trudie is a Regional Director for Asia Pacific at Capital Consulting International (CCi) and has experience across many sectors including power/energy, downstream oil and gas, construction, infrastructure, mining, and ports on complex insurance claims across Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, and Central America. Trudie specialises in forensic delay analysis and cost analysis for the insurance and reinsurance markets.

She is a Chartered Surveyor with a strong technical background in project management and cost consultancy with over 20 years' construction industry experience advising clients in Europe and Asia on project and programme delivery, project recovery, strategic issues, risk mitigation and cost management for every aspect of a project’s life cycle.

Trudie is a Member of the RICS, CIArb and SIArb.

Will Kennedy-Cooke MRICS, WT Partnership, Managing Director (South East Asia)

Will began his career in London in 1984 and joined WT in Melbourne in 1989. In Asia during the mid-1990’s, he continued to work on regional projects and returned to Singapore in 2007. Since then, he has driven strategic expansion in South-East Asia, growing from 40 staff in Indonesia & Singapore to ~250 staff across 6 countries, delivering projects in all ASEAN jurisdictions.

A Director since 1999, Will helped pioneer new service streams including establishing specialist infrastructure teams, ‘whole of life’ facility management services and bid management & technical advisory services, together with other specialised commissions, including establishing project delivery protocols for multinationals’ capital works programmes.

Often involved with complex projects requiring bespoke solutions, such as Federation Square, Melbourne, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore and TRX Lifestyle Quarter, Kuala Lumpur he has successfully delivered reliable, independent cost planning, risk management and delivery advice, providing positive outcomes that all stakeholders share.