We are
Surbana Jurong

Headquartered in Singapore and wholly owned by Temasek Holdings, SJ was formed in June 2015 through the merger of renowned urban planning and affordable housing design expert Surbana International Consultants, and Jurong International, Singapore’s premiere industrial and infrastructure engineering design stalwart.

Inspired
by a distinctive vision

Guided by Our Core Values
We have covered grounds since the beginning

Surbana Jurong Private Limited (SJ) has a rich 50-year heritage in the development of Singapore’s urban, industrial and infrastructure landscape. SJ traces its roots to the Housing Development Board (HDB) and the Jurong Town Corporation (JTC), agencies synonymous with Singapore’s early township and industrialisation efforts.

Our History

Scoring achievements and gaining recognition

On 1 August 2016, SJ acquired world-renowned infrastructure engineering designer SMEC Holdings to expand its capabilities in the infrastructure sector. It also announced on 13 October 2016 that it has acquired 100% shareholdings in AETOS Holdings Pte Ltd (AETOS) from Temasek Holdings, which will expand SJ’s overall service offerings to include safety and security capabilities.

With these latest acquisitions, the SJ Group will now have a global workforce of 13,000 employees in 113 offices across 44 countries in Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, with an annual turnover of around S$1.3 billion.

As one team
Our forward-looking leadership

SJ is presently one of the largest Asia-based urban, industrial and infrastructure consulting firms. Leveraging technology and creativity, SJ provides one-stop consultancy solutions across the entire value chain of the urbanisation, industrialisation and infrastructure domains.

SJ’s motto ‘Building Cities, Shaping Lives’ reflects its belief that development is more than just steel and concrete. SJ creates spaces and infrastructure services where people live, work and play, shaping cities into homes with sustainable jobs where communities and businesses can flourish.

Chairman and Board Members

LIEW Mun Leong
Chairman



CHAIRMAN

Mr LIEW Mun Leong is the Chairman of Surbana Jurong Private Limited and also the Chairman of Changi Airport Group.

Mr Liew has spent 22 years in the public service developing Singapore's Changi Airport, military airports and establishments. He was involved with the construction of Changi Airport Phase I and II from day one in 1975. He was also the CEO of two government statutory bodies, the Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research (SISIR) and concurrently the National Science and Technology Board (NSTB), the forerunner of A*STAR. He was the Registrar of the Professional Engineers Board, granting engineers’ licenses to practise in Singapore and regulating engineering practices in Singapore. He has also served the Executive Board of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for which he was later elected and served as its President for one term.

In the private sector, he has another 24 years of experience leading 10 public listed companies in four countries. In 2000, he was appointed as the founding CEO of CapitaLand Limited, a public listed real estate company, which has become the largest real estate group (by market capitalization) in South East Asia, operating in over 20 countries with more than 12,000 staff. He is a Senior International Business Advisor appointed by Temasek to advise the Group on long term real estate investments in New York, London and Tokyo. Currently he also sits on the boards of Singapore Exchange, NUS Business School, Human Capital Leadership Institute, Chinese Development Assistance Council and the Singapore China Foundation. He also chairs Dymon Asia Real Estate Limited, a private equity fund investing in real estate in several key Asian cities and Temasek Foundation Nurtures CLG Ltd.

In 2013, Mr Liew was appointed as Provost's Chair Professor (Practice) (pro bono) in NUS Business School and Faculty of Engineering.

WONG Heang Fine
Group CEO



GROUP CEO

Mr WONG Heang Fine is Group CEO of Surbana Jurong Private Limited, Asia’s consultancy powerhouse for urban, infrastructure and engineering solutions that employs over 13,000 dedicated people working across a network of 113 offices in more than 40 countries throughout Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas.

Mr Wong was also appointed to the SMEC Holdings Board in 2016 following the acquisition of SMEC by Surbana Jurong. He is also Chairman of Sino-Sun Architects & Engineers, as well as Director of AETOS Holdings Pte Ltd.

A luminary in the commercial world, Mr Wong held many key leadership positions across a number of industries over the last 35 years. Most recently, he was the CEO of CapitaLand Singapore Limited (Residential) and CapitaLand GCC Holdings, and also the Country CEO in charge of developing CapitaLand’s business in the Gulf Cooperation Council region. Mr Wong was also CEO of Capitala, a joint venture company between CapitaLand Singapore and Mubadala Development Company, UAE.

Prior to this, he was President & CEO of SembCorp Engineers and Constructors Pte Ltd (now known as Sembawang Engineers and Constructors) and was instrumental in advancing the company’s engineering and construction business in South Asia.

Mr Wong joined Cathay Organisation Pte Ltd in 1998 as its Deputy President. He helped realise the company’s 40-year ambition of going public via a reverse takeover strategy through IMM Multi-Enterprise which was listed on SESDAQ. A year later, he was appointed President & CEO of Cathay Organisation Holdings.

From 1996 to 1998, Mr Wong was Director (Infrastructure), L&M Group Investments Ltd. During his tenure, he restructured the company by spearheading diversification into the infrastructure and property sectors.

Between 1991 and 1996, while in Singapore Technologies Industrial Corporation, Mr Wong pioneered the infrastructure development of the industrial estate and a 24,000-hectare international resort belt on Bintan Island (Indonesia). He was also instrumental in developing and managing the Bintan Lagoon Resort.

Mr Wong has served as a Senior Industry Officer with the Economic Development Board where his responsibilities included the promotion and development of investments into Singapore.

His academic qualifications include a 1st Class Honours in B.Sc (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Leeds, England in 1980 and a M.Sc (Engineering Production and Management) from the University of Birmingham, England in 1981.

Mr Wong was the President of the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS) from 2011 to 2012.

Eric ANG
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr Eric ANG is currently Senior Executive Advisor at DBS Bank Ltd, where he has been since the start of his banking career in 1978. Prior to this appointment, Mr Ang was Head of Capital Markets at DBS Bank Ltd. Through the years, he developed a long wealth of experience in Singapore’s capital markets, having worked on landmark deals such as the listing of Singapore Airlines, Singapore Telecoms and CapitaMall Trust.

Currently, Mr Ang sits on the Board of Directors of Sembcorp Marine Ltd, Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Raffles Medical Group Ltd and DBS Foundation Ltd. He is the Co-Chairman of the SGX Disciplinary Committee and is one of the Vice-Chairmen of Community Chest in Singapore.

Mr Ang also sits on the Board of Directors of Hwang Capital (Malaysia) Bhd in Malaysia.

Mr Ang holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (Honours) from the University of Singapore.

FONG Heng Boo
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr FONG Heng Boo is an independent director of several public listed and private limited companies.

An Accountant by profession, Mr Fong started his career with the Auditor-General’s Office and left in 1993 as the Assistant Auditor-General. He was also General Manager (Corporate Development) of a listed company in Singapore as well as the Chief Financial Officer of a listed company in Australia. He was Director (Special Duties) at the Singapore Totalisator Board until his retirement in December 2014. His other professional experience included membership of Audit Committees of Statutory Boards and Advisory Committees of the School of Accountancy of Nanyang Technological University and Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

Mr Fong was a past Fellow Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS). He was a council member of ICPAS and he was awarded a Silver Medal by the Institute in 1999.

GAN Chee Yen
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr GAN Chee Yen is the Chief Executive Officer of Fullerton Financial Holdings Pte Ltd.

Prior to his current appointment, Mr Gan was Co-Chief Investment Officer and Senior Managing Director, Special Projects at Temasek International. He joined Temasek in May 2003 as Chief Financial Officer and has since served in various investments roles as a member of the senior management team in Temasek. The investment clusters he has led included the Financial Industry portfolio and the Transportation and Logistics portfolio, before he took on the role of co-Chief Investment Officer of Temasek where he anchored several successful investments. He has also recently completed his stint as Head of China Market.

Mr Gan has served on the boards of several companies including Neptune Orient Line, a global shipping company and has been a board member of Fullerton Financial Holdings Pte Ltd and a board commissioner of Bank Danamon since 2003. He is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and received his Bachelor of Accountancy from the National University of Singapore. He has also attended Harvard’s Program for Management Development in September 2001.

Guy Daniel HARVEY-SAMUEL
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr Guy HARVEY-SAMUEL was appointed as CEO of HSBC Singapore in March 2013.

Before coming to Singapore, Mr Harvey-Samuel was the Head of Personal Financial Services Europe & the Middle East based in the UK. Mr Harvey-Samuel joined HSBC in 1978 and has worked in 12 different countries and geographies across the world, with roles including senior management appointments in Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the UK.

He remains a member of the Executive Committee of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, a role he retains from his previous appointment. He has spent a considerable part of his career in roles in Global Markets, Consumer Banking and Corporate and Commercial Banking.

Philip JEYARETNAM
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr Philip JEYARETNAM is the Global Vice Chair & Regional CEO of Dentons Rodyk & Davidson LLP. He is a commercial litigator and international arbitration counsel. He was appointed as Senior Counsel in 2003 and has been named in all the major legal publications as an expert in arbitration, construction law and litigation.

Mr Jeyaretnam's active international arbitration practice as counsel spans investments and projects across Asia, and he has represented clients in arbitration proceedings in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, London, Zurich and Brunei. He is particularly experienced in disputes of two kinds, namely disputes involving difficult technical issues and disputes involving complex financial structuring. He has also had numerous appointments as arbitrator, particularly under SIAC and ICC Rules.

Mr Jeyaretnam was president of The Law Society of Singapore from January 2004 to December 2007, and was the founding chairman of the Society of Construction Law, Singapore. He is currently Chairman of Maxwell Chambers, the world's first integrated dispute resolution venue.

He is on the Public Service Commission, the constitutional body that oversees the civil service in Singapore. He is also on the Presidential Council for Minority Rights, which advises the President of Singapore under the equality provisions of the Constitution.

He graduated from Cambridge University with Double First Class Honours and held a visiting Fulbright Fellowship at Harvard Law School.

KU Moon Lun
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr KU Moon Lun has more than 35 years of experience in the real estate industry. He was an executive director of Davis Langdon & Seah International (“DLSI”), a property consultant firm, until the end of 2005 where he was responsible for formulating the policies and steering the direction of the DLSI group of companies. He was also the chairman of the board of directors of Davis Langdon & Seah Hong Kong Limited from 1995 to 2004. Mr Ku was previously the chairman of Premas Hong Kong Limited, a facilities management company, from 2000 to 2002 and icFox International, an information technology company, from 2000 to 2003.

Currently, Mr Ku is an independent non-executive director of Lai Fung Holdings, Ascott Residence Trust Management Limited and Kerry Properties Limited. He is also a member of the Hospital Governing Committee of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong Hospital Authority.

He is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors. Mr Ku is a graduate from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

NEO Gim Huay
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Ms NEO Gim Huay joined Temasek in February 2012 and is currently Managing Director, Enterprise Development Group and Managing Director, Sustainability and Stewardship Group of Temasek.

Prior to joining Temasek, Ms Neo was a Management Consultant of McKinsey & Co in the Lagos, New York and San Francisco offices. Before joining McKinsey & Co, Ms Neo held several appointments across the Administrative Service of the Singapore Government. She has served in Ministry of Finance, Trade and Industry as well as the Prime Minister’s Office. Ms Neo was also seconded to Singapore Airlines and the Singapore Embassy in United States.

Ms Neo holds a Master in Business Administration (Arjay Miller Scholar) from the Stanford University, US as well as a Master of Engineering (Distinction) and Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honors) from University of Cambridge, UK.

She was selected as an Eisenhower Fellow in 2015.

PNG Cheong Boon
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr PNG Cheong Boon was appointed as the CEO of JTC Corporation (JTC) on 1 May 2013. Prior to this appointment, he was Chief Executive of SPRING Singapore from 2008 to 2013 where he spearheaded the Board’s efforts in developing a competitive SME sector and nurturing innovative Singapore enterprises.

As an EDB-Glaxo scholar, Mr Png's decade-stint at the Economic Development Board (EDB) saw his last appointment as Regional Director for Central United States based in Chicago. He was responsible for promoting EDB’s investment in the mid-west and south-central states.

Mr Png sits on the board of JTC, Jurong Port Pte Ltd, Ascendas-Singbridge Pte Ltd, Surbana Jurong Pte Ltd, the Singapore Suzhou Township Development Pte Ltd and China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Group Co. Ltd. He also serves as a member of the Management Board of the Institute for Engineering Leadership in the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Advisory Committee of Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation. From 2008 to 2013, he was appointed as a Director in the Employment and Employability Institute Pte Ltd (e2i) and served as a member of the Board of Governors of the Institute of Service Excellence (ISES) in the Singapore Management University (SMU).

On top of a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, Mr Png also completed a Master of Science in Management under the Sloan Fellows Programme at Stanford University.

TAN Gee Paw
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Mr Tan Gee Paw was appointed Chairman of the PUB, Singapore’s national water agency on 1 April 2001. He is also chairman and director of a number of companies, and a member of several committees. He is also an Adjunct Professor at National University of Singapore’s Faculty of Engineering. Previous appointments held by Mr Tan were Principal of Ngee Ann Polytechnic, and Permanent Secretary of the then Ministry of the Environment.

Mr Tan graduated with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the University of Malaya in 1967. In 1971, he obtained a Master of Science in Systems Engineering from the University of Singapore. He was conferred an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science from the University of Westminster, UK in 1993; and an Honorary Doctorate in Engineering from Sheffield University, UK in 1995. In 2013, he was conferred an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Engineering by the Nanyang Technological University.

In 1978, Mr Tan received the Public Administration Medal (Silver), and in 2001, the Meritorious Service Medal. He also received a Special Award (Gold Medal) for Clean River Commemoration in 1987. He received the Medal of Commendation at the NTUC May Day Award in 2005, the President’s Award for the Environment in 2007, and the President’s Science and Technology Medal in 2015. Mr Tan was also bestowed the Distinguished Service Order in 2010 for his work as Chairman of PUB. Mr Tan was conferred the Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award (DEAA) by the National University of Singapore in 2011; and the NUS Society Distinguished and Outstanding Member Award in 2014. In 2012, Mr Tan was elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Engineering, Singapore. He was also elected an Honorary Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore and awarded the Lifetime Engineering Achievement Award in 2015.

TAN Kong Yam
Board Member



BOARD MEMBER

Prof TAN Kong Yam is presently Professor of Economics at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. From June 2002 to June 2005, he was a senior economist at the World Bank office in Beijing where he worked on issues of macro stabilization, integration of the fragmented domestic market, banking reform, international trade and investment as well as regional inequality. In 2004, he was a member of the World Bank expert group on the eleventh five year plan (2006-2010) for the State Council in China. The expert group provided analysis and policy recommendations on urbanization, regional inequality, innovation policy, energy and water policy as well as strategy on banking reform to the Chinese government.

Prior to that, he was the chief economist of the Singapore government at the Ministry of Trade and Industry and Head, Department of Business Policy, Faculty of Business Administration at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

He is a graduate of Princeton (1975-79, class of 1931 scholar, Paul Volcker Thesis prize) and Stanford University (1980-83). Prior to joining NUS, he has worked at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, World Bank, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and was the Director of Research at the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Singapore.

Surbana Jurong Management

WONG Heang Fine
Group CEO



GROUP CEO

Mr WONG Heang Fine is Group CEO of Surbana Jurong Private Limited, Asia’s consultancy powerhouse for urban, infrastructure and engineering solutions that employs over 13,000 dedicated people working across a network of 113 offices in more than 40 countries throughout Asia, Australasia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas.

Heang Fine was also appointed to the SMEC Holdings Board in 2016 following the acquisition of SMEC by Surbana Jurong. He is also Chairman of Sino-Sun Architects & Engineers, as well as Director of AETOS Holdings Pte Ltd.

A luminary in the commercial world, Heang Fine has held many key leadership positions across a number of industries over the last 35 years. Most recently, he was the CEO of CapitaLand Singapore Limited (Residential) and CapitaLand GCC Holdings, and also the Country CEO in charge of developing CapitaLand’s business in the Gulf Cooperation Council region. Heang Fine was also CEO of Capitala, a joint venture company between CapitaLand Singapore and Mubadala Development Company, UAE.

Prior to this, he was President & CEO of SembCorp Engineers and Constructors Pte Ltd (now known as Sembawang Engineers and Constructors) and was instrumental in advancing the company’s engineering and construction business in South Asia.

Heang Fine joined Cathay Organisation Pte Ltd in 1998 as its Deputy President. He helped realise the company’s 40-year ambition of going public via a reverse takeover strategy through IMM Multi-Enterprise which was listed on SESDAQ. A year later, he was appointed President & CEO of Cathay Organisation Holdings.

From 1996 to 1998, Heang Fine was Director (Infrastructure), L&M Group Investments Ltd. During his tenure, he restructured the company by spearheading diversification into the infrastructure and property sectors.

Between 1991 and 1996, while in Singapore Technologies Industrial Corporation, Heang Fine pioneered the infrastructure development of the industrial estate and a 24,000-hectare international resort belt on Bintan Island (Indonesia). He was also instrumental in developing and managing the Bintan Lagoon Resort.

Heang Fine has served as a Senior Industry Officer with the Economic Development Board where his responsibilities included the promotion and development of investments into Singapore.

His academic qualifications include a 1st Class Honours in B.Sc (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Leeds, England in 1980 and a M.Sc (Engineering Production and Management) from the University of Birmingham, England in 1981.

Heang Fine was the President of the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS) from 2011 to 2012.

TEO Eng Cheong
CEO International (Singapore, Southeast Asia, North Asia)



CEO INTERNATIONAL (SINGAPORE, SOUTHEAST ASIA, NORTH ASIA)

Mr TEO Eng Cheong joined Surbana Jurong Group as CEO (International) on 1 January 2016. He spearheads Surbana Jurong’s efforts to expand its international footprint in Singapore, Southeast Asia and North Asia.

Before joining the private sector, Eng Cheong was a senior government official with the Singapore Administrative Service. From 2011 to 2015, Eng Cheong was CEO of International Enterprise Singapore (“IE Singapore”), the lead government agency responsible for spearheading the overseas growth of Singapore-based companies through trade and investments. Under his leadership, IE Singapore established itself as the go-to agency for Singapore companies interested in various markets such as China, India and Myanmar. Offshore trading also hit new records.

Prior to this, Eng Cheong held several leadership positions in the Singapore Government, including the CEO of the Competition Commission of Singapore (2008-2010) and Director-General of Singapore Customs (2004-2007). In his earlier years, Eng Cheong was involved in investment promotion in the Economic Development Board, financial sector development in the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and government policy formulation in the then Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports. He also spent two years in Suzhou working on the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park development. For his service with the government, he was awarded the Singapore National Day Medal for Public Administration (silver) in 2006.

Eng Cheong currently serves as a Director on the SMEC Holdings Board, a Council member of NUS Business School’s China Business Centre and a Council member of the Singapore Manufacturing Federation. Previously, he also sat on the boards of IE Singapore, Singapore Cooperation Enterprise, Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority, Ascendas Funds Management (S) Limited, the ASEAN Infrastructure Fund, Council for Private Education, Health Promotion Board, and Singapore Sports Council. He also served on the Advisory Board of Singapore Management University’s Lee Kong Chian School of Business.

Eng Cheong holds a Bachelor of Science (Economics) from National University of Singapore and Masters of Science (Economics) from London School of Economics & Political Science. He is also a Lien Fellow with the Lien Ying Chow Legacy Fellowship.

Eng Cheong enjoys travelling, golf and reading. He is married with three children.

Andy GOODWIN
CEO International (Africa, Americas, ANZ, South Asia & Middle East)



CEO INTERNATIONAL (AFRICA, AMERICAS, ANZ, SOUTH ASIA & MIDDLE EAST)

Mr Andy Goodwin joined Surbana Jurong as CEO International in 2016 following the acquisition of SMEC Holdings by Surbana Jurong. In this role, he leads the Group’s global presence in Africa, Americas, Australia and New Zealand, and South Asia & Middle East.

In 2014, Andy was appointed to the SMEC Holdings Board as Managing Director and CEO. Under his leadership, SMEC continued to expand to a multi-disciplinary infrastructure consulting business employing 5,800 professionals in more than 40 countries. Andy was instrumental in building the business towards its acquisition by Surbana Jurong.

Andy has more than 30 years of engineering experience in South Africa, Europe and Asia within the fields of energy and urban infrastructure. He has led multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams in highly technical and complex environments on a number of projects. Andy has also developed and implemented business strategies that have led to positive growth and has been involved in mergers and acquisitions.

Andy’s areas of expertise include executive management, technical leadership, project management of complex projects, managing diversity, managing change and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) and Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) projects.

Prior to becoming Managing Director and CEO of SMEC Holdings, Andy served as Chief Operating Officer of SMEC Holdings’s South Asia and Middle East business from 2012.

From 2000 until 2011, Andy held a number of roles with the Pöyry Group, a global consulting and engineering company. As Executive Vice President, Urban and Mobility, and President, Hydropower, he was responsible for top line growth and associated profitability of the global transportation and hydropower businesses respectively, while in his position as Managing Director of Poyry Energy Thailand, he had responsibility for the entire operational, and the financial performance of Pöyry Energy (Thailand) Ltd. and Pöyry Energy (Philippines) Inc.

Andy holds a Bachelor of Science (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Witwatersrand and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the University of South Africa.

Daniel TEO Thiam Guan
Group Chief Financial Officer



GROUP CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

Mr Daniel TEO is Group Chief Financial Officer of Surbana Jurong Private Limited. In this role, he leads the Group's Merger and Acquisition, Innovation and Procurement activities. He sits on the SMEC Holdings Board following the acquisition of SMEC by Surbana Jurong in 2016.

He holds a Bachelor Degree in Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University, and an Executive MBA from California State University.

Daniel is a commercially focused Finance executive with 25 years of experience in Operational Management, Reporting, Controls, Treasury, Pricing, Mergers, Restructuring of Operations, Tax & Transfer Pricing, and Negotiations at country, regional and global levels. In his previous role as Global Commercial CFO of Orica Mining Services, he was responsible for the Global Hub in Singapore and managed the financial operations of this division across the globe.

Prior to this, Daniel spent 14 years with General Motors in various countries including the USA, China, Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, where he managed and led multi-cultural teams. He was appointed Vice President of Finance for PATAC, one of the largest Vehicle Engineering Centres in China, and was Deputy CFO of Shanghai Onstar, the leading telematics company in Shanghai. Both are joint venture companies between General Motors and Shanghai Automotive.

Daniel was also appointed Managing Director of General Motors Taiwan, running an aftermarket parts operation. He was instrumental in negotiating and setting up a car assembly joint venture between General Motors and Yulon, Taiwan's largest automaker, where he spent five years as CFO of this operation.

SEAH Choo Meng
Senior Advisor, GCEO's Office
Group Chief Compliance Officer
Chairman Of Threesixty Cost Management And Threesixty Contract Advisory



SENIOR ADVISOR, GCEO'S OFFICE
GROUP CHIEF COMPLIANCE OFFICER
CHAIRMAN OF THREESIXTY COST MANAGEMENT AND THREESIXTY CONTRACT ADVISORY

Mr SEAH Choo Meng is the Senior Advisor in Group CEO’s Office, and the Group Chief Compliance Officer. Choo Meng is responsible for ensuring that the Group’s policies and procedures are compliant, in addition to other supervisory and oversight responsibilities.

Choo Meng is also the Chairman of Threesixty Cost Management Pte. Ltd. and Threesixty Contract Advisory Pte. Ltd., both of which were formed under the Surbana Jurong Group. The two entities will oversee the business thrust and development of Quantity Surveying and Contract Advisory services in all sectors both locally and internationally.

Choo Meng will be overseeing the development of Project Management services including the development of Project and Construction Management, and Programme Management expertise. Choo Meng will also assist GCEO in charting future expansion plans for our multi-disciplinary services.

Choo Meng joins Surbana Jurong with a varied background after having served as Chairman and Director of Langdon & Seah Singapore Pte Ltd, and Arcadis Project Management Pte Ltd.

Currently Choo Meng sits on the Board of public-listed Mapletree Industrial Trust Management and is a Member of the Audit & Risk Committee. He is also on the Board of Ren Ci Hospital and Chairman of its Building Committee.

He also holds positions in the various organisations:
• Chairman, Programme Advisory Committee of SIM University’s Building and Project Management Programme
• Member, School Advisory Panel of School of Science and Technology, Singapore (SST)
• Panel Member, Strata Titles Board
• Member, Construction Adjudicator Accreditation Committee of Singapore Mediation Centre
• Member, Singapore Mediation Centre
• Senior Adjudicator, Singapore Mediation Centre
• Member of the Inquiry Panel, Law Society of Singapore
• Member of the Professional Conduct Panel, Singapore Mediation Centre

Linda LEE
Group Chief Human Resource Officer



GROUP CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER

Ms Linda LEE is Group Chief Human Resource Officer of Surbana Jurong and is responsible for leading and formulating the people strategy for the company. Linda is a seasoned HR leader with more than 20 years of comprehensive experience in human resources management. She is recognised for her strategic HR leadership, strong project management skills and ability to execute in complex and matrix environments. Linda is a forward thinker who is able to anticipate, integrate and optimise teams to provide superior HR solutions to help transform the business.

Due to her extensive experience leading various regional, functional and HR Partner leadership roles in market-leading multinational companies including Lotus Development Asia Pacific and IBM, Linda also possesses extensive experience in managing change across various transformation initiatives spanning compensation and benefits programs and design, HR systems and tools, organisation redesign as well as lead talent management, performance management and leadership development.

Sharolyn CHOY
Group Chief Communications & Branding Officer



GROUP CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS & BRANDING OFFICER

Ms Sharolyn CHOY is Group Chief Communications & Branding Officer at Surbana Jurong. She is an experienced strategic leader who drives business transformation through communications and branding. With over 25 years of broad and deep experience in partnering c-suite executives, Sharolyn builds and drives Surbana Jurong Group’s global reputation and market position.

She leads a dedicated team that steadfastly serves as the company’s brand guardian and steers stakeholder engagement.

Her global expertise spans consultancy, government, corporate and public-listed companies.

Prior to joining Surbana Jurong, Sharolyn held the positions of Communications Director at Coca-Cola, Senior Vice-President at public-listed ST Engineering, and was Managing Director at Edelman Public Relations. One of the youngest managing directors in the industry at that time, Sharolyn had country P&L responsibilities while at Edelman. Her portfolio included Corporate, Business to Business, Consumer, Technology and Healthcare practices. Sharolyn’s entrepreneurial spirit also motivated her to be a founder of a communications consultancy, and a partner in a content creation and curation studio.

Sharolyn is a founding partner of Asia Pacific Aviation Media Association, and a member of Public Affairs Asia. She is a trained trainer and has coached senior executives in message delivery, media engagement, and issues and crisis management.

Jessica LIEN Mei Jin
Group Director, Legal & Risk Management



GROUP DIRECTOR, LEGAL & RISK MANAGEMENT

Ms Jessica Lien heads Surbana Jurong’s Group Legal and Group Risk Management. She has responsibility over the Legal, Corporate Secretarial, Enterprise Risk Management, Commercial Management and Insurance functions of the Surbana Jurong Group. She also serves the Surbana Jurong Board of Directors as Company Secretary.

Jessica has held regional leadership roles in public listed and Temasek-linked companies, in the power and energy, real estate investment and hospitality sectors. She started her career as a litigation lawyer, and argued commercial dispute cases up to the Singapore Court of Appeal level. Most of her legal private practice was in the area of corporate and commercial work, with primary focus on Merger & Acquisitions, joint ventures, cross-border investments and employment law.

Jessica obtained her Bachelor of Law (Honours) from the National University of Singapore. She was admitted to the Singapore Bar in 1998 as an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. She is also qualified as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England & Wales.

Angus MACPHERSON
Acting Group Chief Technology Officer



ACTING GROUP CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Mr Angus Macpherson is Surbana Jurong’s Acting Group Chief Technology Officer (GCTO). As Acting GCTO, he guides Surbana Jurong’s technology strategy and growth. Angus has extensive experience in the development and implementation of business management systems, project management of large multidisciplinary projects and all aspects of civil engineering. Angus joined SMEC Holdings in 1993 and is also a member of the SMEC Foundation Board.

 

 

YEO Choon Chong
Deputy CEO, Urban Development 1



DEPUTY CEO, URBAN DEVELOPMENT 1

Mr YEO Choon Chong is Deputy CEO of Urban Development 1 and concurrently Group Managing Director of KTP Consultants Pte Ltd. A veteran and qualified engineer with close to 30 years of experience in both domestic and international project management, infrastructure master planning and the architectural/engineering consultancy business, Choon Chong manages Building Consultancy Services, Healthcare and KTP Consultants.

During the Middle East construction boom, Choon Chong was involved in the construction of more than 25 million sq ft development in the span of six years. The notable mega projects include The Dubai Mall, Festival City, Capital Plaza, Pearl Qatar.
Choon Chong is a keen advocate in setting industry standards in innovative design, sustainability and buildability. He sits in several Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority, and professional committees in promoting these industry initiatives. Choon Chong also received numerous Buildability and DESEA (Design & Engineering Safety Excellence Award) awards for City Square Residences, Jurong Point, and Metropolis just to name a few. This prestigious award recognises engineers for their ingenious design processes, and solutions in overcoming project challenges to ensure safety in design, construction and maintenance of building projects.

Choon Chong joined Surbana Jurong in 2016 and will strategically integrate and grow the KTP business.

LOW Cher Ek
Deputy CEO, Urban Development 2



DEPUTY CEO, URBAN DEVELOPMENT 2

Mr LOW Cher Ek is Surbana Jurong’s Deputy CEO of Urban Development 2 (UD2) business division which focuses on Township and Affordable Housing. Cher Ek has vast experience in the planning, designing and implementing of these real estates. He leads a team of experienced professionals in the management and growth of this business in Singapore as well as overseas. SJ has designed and built more than one million homes and involved in the planning of 26 Townships in Singapore, and Cher Ek is responsible for continuously strengthening SJ as the key consultant of Singapore’s internationally acclaimed Public Housing Program. He has also led the export of SJ’s Affordable Housing expertise to Brunei, Myanmar, Indonesia, and India. He also has keen interest in design technology and is involved in the adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology as well as in R&D projects.

Prior to this, Cher Ek was SJ’s Director of Architecture and Managing Director of the Building Consultancy business, overseeing the company’s consultancy practice and four key technical services (Architecture, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Civil and Structural Engineering, and Quantity Surveying) both locally and overseas.

Before joining Surbana Jurong, Cher Ek was with Singapore’s Housing and Development Board (HDB), and held senior positions in planning, design, and construction. He was also involved in policy planning and implementation of HDB’s Estate Upgrading Programmes.

Cher Ek holds a honours degree in Architecture from NUS, and is registered with the Singapore Board of Architects. He is a member of Singapore Institute of Architects, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), and Building Construction Authority’s (BCA) Academy Advisory Panel. Cher Ek is also an appointed Industry Ambassador for BCA, and an AUDE Industry Partner.

LOH Yan Hui
Deputy CEO, Infrastructure



DEPUTY CEO, INFRASTRUCTURE

Er. LOH Yan Hui is the Deputy CEO, Infrastructure at Surbana Jurong. He directs and manages the operational activities of the Infrastructure business within Singapore and provides technical resources to the Group’s overseas divisions to support infrastructure project procurement and deliveries. The Infrastructure business covers coastal engineering, civil & environmental engineering, aviation, survey services, underground development, urban transportation and Oil & Gas services. Er. Loh was appointed to the SMEC Holdings Board in 2016 following the acquisition of SMEC by Surbana Jurong.

Er. Loh has more than 36 years’ experience in the infrastructure industry and has been a registered Professional Engineer (Singapore) since 1990. He currently leads a multi-disciplinary team of more than 600 staff in Surbana Jurong. Some of his key projects are the [email protected], Singapore’s first man-made major waterway that runs through the Punggol Eco-Town, the Pulau Tekong reclamation project, the Pasir Panjang Terminal Phases 3 & 4 reclamation project, etc. He has contributed in R&D projects and published technical papers in international conferences and journals.

Er. Loh currently serves as a Department Consultative Committee Member of NUS’s Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering. Er. Loh served as members of the Singapore Team which played an important role in the resolution of the Pulau Tekong reclamation bilateral dispute with Malaysia, and the Technical Evaluation Panel for the 1st Sustainable Urban Living call for proposals under Singapore’s Ministry of National Development (MND) Research Fund. Er. Loh was also a Reviewer for research proposals for the Marine Science Research & Development Programme (MSRDP).

Er. Loh was awarded the inaugural MND Minister’s (Team) Award for contribution as a member of the “Settlement Agreement” team. He was also awarded the Ministry of Transport Minister’s Innovation Award 2008 (Distinguished Award) and Ministry of Transport Minister’s Innovation Award 2010 (Merit Award).

Michael NG
CEO, North Asia



CEO, NORTH ASIA

Mr Michael NG joined Surbana Jurong as CEO, North Asia Division in August 2016. He has spent the majority of his 20 years of work experience in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) ranging from telecommunications to emerging technologies such as Machine to Machine (M2M) and The Internet of Things (IoT). Michael has broad experience in managing global teams of diverse background and competencies. As CEO, North Asia, Michael is driving growth across China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and other parts of North Asia such as Kazakhstan and Russia.

Michael holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc)(Hons) from National University Singapore.

Kalai Chelvan ARUMUGAM
COO, Southeast Asia



COO, SOUTHEAST ASIA

Mr Kalai ARUMUGAM leads the Southeast Asia Division business for Surbana Jurong. South East Asia is composed of Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Mekong Region, Pacific Region, and the Philippines. Kalai has over 25 years of engineering experience in both the public and private sectors, and a strong background in business development, and project management. His technical expertise includes design of access roads and highways, pavement and drainage; hydropower development; quantities and cost estimate preparation; supervision of major earthworks and construction works; and contracts administration. Kalai holds a civil engineering degree and a diploma in financial management. He joined SMEC Holdings in 1993 and was appointed Chief Operating Officer for Asia Pacific in 2014.

Hari POOLOGASUNDRAM
COO, Australia & New Zealand



COO, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

Mr Hari POOLOGASUNDRAM oversees the Australia New Zealand (ANZ) Division under Surbana Jurong, and also the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of SMEC Holdings’s ANZ Division. Hari has over 25 years of experience in planning, design and management of large infrastructure projects and over 10 years of operational management experience. His area of expertise is in planning, design and management of large engineering infrastructure projects. Hari provides strategic direction for operations throughout Australia and New Zealand. Hari joined SMEC Holdings in 1994 and was appointed COO ANZ in 2012.

He holds a Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering) and a Master’s of Science (Civil Engineering) from City University, London.

Dr Uma MAHESWARAN
COO, South Asia And Middle East



COO, SOUTH ASIA AND MIDDLE EAST

Dr Uma MAHESWARAN is Surbana Jurong’s Chief Operating Officer, South Asia and Middle East, a role he has held since 2016. Dr Uma has more than 10 years of management experience across various organisations. Dr Uma leads sustainability as a core business value proposition across Surbana Jurong. In his previous role, he also spearheaded the Sustainable Urban Solutions division in the then Jurong Consultants.

Dr Uma was the winner of the “Inaugural Young Green Building Individual award” and has served as the Nominated Industry Ambassador for sustainability by Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority. He has also held the role of CEO and Managing Director for Surbana Jurong India since 2012. He holds a doctorate in Building Science and is a well-recognised professional in the field of sustainability across the region.

Dr Tom MARSHALL
COO, Africa



COO, AFRICA

Dr Tom MARSHALL leads the Africa Division within Surbana Jurong and SMEC Holdings. In his current role, Tom is responsible for providing leadership and strategic direction to the Group’s operations throughout Africa. Tom has 37 years’ experience in civil engineering design, construction supervision and management of multi-disciplinary engineering teams throughout Southern Africa. He has extensive experience in rail and road infrastructure including tunnelling, urban development and water supply schemes. Tom joined SMEC Holdings in 1982.

Tom holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) and a Masters of Engineering (Geotechnics and Transportation) from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa and a Doctor of Engineering (Engineering Management) from the University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

George LASEK
COO, Americas



COO, AMERICAS

Mr George LASEK leads Surbana Jurong’s operations in the Americas. As Chief Operating Officer (COO), Americas Division, George drives growth in markets in North, Central and Latin America. He joined SMEC Holdings in 2011 and was appointed COO, Americas in 2017 after serving as COO, South Asia Middle East since 2015. Prior to this, George held the role of Managing Director, SMEC India and Regional Manager, India and Bhutan. George has over 30 years of experience in both the private and public sectors and has proven ability to operate effectively at both operational and strategic levels within large, complex business environments.

George holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Class 1 Honours) from the University of Wollongong.