Senior Director (Special Projects), GCEO's Office, Surbana Jurong & Director, Threesixty Contract Advisory Pte Ltd (Member of the Surbana Jurong Group)
BIM, Sustainability, Cost and Contracts Management
Highly experienced in Quantity Surveying and often injects sustainability value management and green approaches into his work to achieve to project efficiency
Mr Eugene SEAH joined Surbana Jurong Group on January 1 2017, as Senior Director, Group CEO’s office to spearhead and oversee the Group’s special projects, in particular Group initiative on Sustainability, BIM and Productivity. He oversees the Key Account Management team and is also a Director on the Boards of Threesixty Cost Management and Threesixty Contract Advisory.
Eugene is highly experienced in Quantity Surveying and often injects sustainability value management and green approaches into his work to achieve to project efficiency. He is a Green Mark professional and is knowledgeable in sustainable buildings. He is also an Accredited Adjudicator under Singapore Mediation Centre and a registered Mediator in the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers.
Eugene is now working on enhancing productivity in Design and Construction and researching on Computational BIM, VR/MR and other productivity enhancement topics for the Surbana Jurong Group.
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