World Green Building Council welcomes Surbana Jurong to Corporate Advisory Board

Thursday 16th May 2019

 

The Surbana Jurong Group has joined the World Green Building Council’s (WorldGBC) Corporate Advisory Board for 2019.

The Corporate Advisory Board is a select group of companies which are global leaders on sustainability, and which serve to guide WorldGBC on its strategy and activities.

Surbana Jurong is one of the largest Asia-based urban and infrastructure consulting firms, with close to 70 years of track record in successful project delivery. Headquartered in Singapore, the Surbana Jurong Group of companies comprises SMEC and Robert Bird Group in Australia, Sino Sun in China, AETOS and KTP in Singapore and B+H in Canada.

With a global talent pool of over 16,000 employees from more than 120 offices in over 40 countries worldwide, Surbana Jurong’s technical experts deliver best-in-class solutions that cover the entire project life cycle from planning and design, through to delivery and management, and decommissioning and closure.

Cristina Gamboa, CEO, WorldGBC said: “We are delighted to welcome Surbana Jurong onto the World Green Building Council’s Corporate Advisory Board for 2019. Through its demonstrations of market leadership towards sustainable building and construction practices, and in particular its efforts to address emissions from the full building life cycle in line with WorldGBC's work on embodied carbon, Surbana Jurong will be a huge asset to the Corporate Advisory Board. We look forward to collaborating with them to deliver green building for all.”

Wong Heang Fine, Group CEO, Surbana Jurong said: “Surbana Jurong is honoured to be a member of the World Green Building Council’s Corporate Advisory Board, enabling us to play an active role in advancing the Council’s mission and vision.

As a global group of companies ​with over 16,000 staff operating in more than 40 countries in supporting urban and infrastructure developments around the world, our synergistic commitment to delivering sustainable and resilient solutions to support environmental, social and economic growth is what inspired us to join this esteemed consortium of global leaders. This also fits in well with our focus on Sustainability as a core pillar of growth for Surbana Jurong. We look forward to collaborating on initiatives that will drive meaningful change for people, communities, and the environment.”

To find out more about Surbana Jurong, visit https://surbanajurong.com/

 

 

The Surbana Jurong Group has joined the World Green Building Council’s (WorldGBC) Corporate Advisory Board for 2019.

The Corporate Advisory Board is a select group of companies which are global leaders on sustainability, and which serve to guide WorldGBC on its strategy and activities.

Surbana Jurong is one of the largest Asia-based urban and infrastructure consulting firms, with close to 70 years of track record in successful project delivery. Headquartered in Singapore, the Surbana Jurong Group of companies comprises SMEC and Robert Bird Group in Australia, Sino Sun in China, AETOS and KTP in Singapore and B+H in Canada.

With a global talent pool of over 16,000 employees from more than 120 offices in over 40 countries worldwide, Surbana Jurong’s technical experts deliver best-in-class solutions that cover the entire project life cycle from planning and design, through to delivery and management, and decommissioning and closure.

Cristina Gamboa, CEO, WorldGBC said: “We are delighted to welcome Surbana Jurong onto the World Green Building Council’s Corporate Advisory Board for 2019. Through its demonstrations of market leadership towards sustainable building and construction practices, and in particular its efforts to address emissions from the full building life cycle in line with WorldGBC's work on embodied carbon, Surbana Jurong will be a huge asset to the Corporate Advisory Board. We look forward to collaborating with them to deliver green building for all.”

Wong Heang Fine, Group CEO, Surbana Jurong said: “Surbana Jurong is honoured to be a member of the World Green Building Council’s Corporate Advisory Board, enabling us to play an active role in advancing the Council’s mission and vision.

As a global group of companies ​with over 16,000 staff operating in more than 40 countries in supporting urban and infrastructure developments around the world, our synergistic commitment to delivering sustainable and resilient solutions to support environmental, social and economic growth is what inspired us to join this esteemed consortium of global leaders. This also fits in well with our focus on Sustainability as a core pillar of growth for Surbana Jurong. We look forward to collaborating on initiatives that will drive meaningful change for people, communities, and the environment.”

To find out more about Surbana Jurong, visit https://surbanajurong.com/