ISG has announced the appointment of Kelvin Hon as General Manager for Singapore. Kelvin is an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in Singapore’s commercial real estate and hospitality sectors, including 10 years with ISG in senior management roles supporting the company’s strategic expansion in Southeast Asia.
ISG in Singapore has been appointed to fit out The Great Room’s up-and-coming location at Afro-Asia i-Mark, the newly completed 18-storey Grade A office development at the heart of Singapore’s central business district. Occupying 37,000 sq ft across three floors, The Great Room, Afro Asia will be the company’s largest coworking location in Singapore to date.
Noting that the majority of accidents or near misses at construction sites happen due to carelessness, Naresh Pillai, senior HSQE manager, and his health, safety and environmental (HSE) team in Singapore took the initiative to launch a safety campaign – Back to Basics.
With over 30 years’ experience, delivering some of the world’s largest and highly-engineered construction projects for a portfolio of major global technology clients, Simon Caron has been appointed as managing director of ISG’s growing Engineering Services division in Asia.
ISG in Singapore has been appointed to deliver Additions & Alterations (A&A) works for the Mandarin Orchard Hotel to rejuvenate its façade and key front-of-the-house areas including the lobby, reception, meeting and function rooms.
Completed last year, BHP Billiton’s Singapore office clinched the prestigious Green Mark Award 2020 (Platinum) for Occupant-Centric Schemes, the highest rating achievable for this category, which besides assessing green-related requirements, also looks at office environment and workplace health and well-being.
The new office of an International Financial Institution in Singapore stands tall among its peers in adjacent skyscrapers grounded in the central business district – the beating heart of the country’s economic success for the past five decades.
To celebrate International Migrants Day on 18 December and deepen our social impact in the community, ISG in Singapore came together to prepare gifts for migrant workers, and partner with the Down Syndrome Association(Singapore) to raise funds by sending of Christmas eCard greetings.
Over the last few weeks, the construction industry has risen to the challenge of these extraordinary times, whether mobilising to deliver the new emergency Nightingale Hospitals in record time, or through the donations of PPE and other vital supplies to courageous and dedicated front line workers.
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