Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd. snags SBR National Business Award in Engineering

The company’s wealth of experience and growing achievements are testimony to its leading position in Singapore and overseas as a top international engineering and project management firm.

Meinhardt Group is a leading global planning, engineering, design, project and construction management firm that is headquartered in Singapore. The Group provides the full spectrum of engineering and project management services for building & infrastructure projects.

The Meinhardt Group employs 5,000 technical professionals across its 52 global offices. The Group undertakes annual projects worth an estimated US$25 billion and ranks among the largest independent engineering firms globally by revenue.

The Meinhardt Group provides a “one-stop approach” offering clients innovative and highly buildable design solutions that are both cost and time efficient. Much of the Group’s clientele spanning developers, construction companies, government agencies, Multinational Corporations and NGOs, stem from repeat business who rely on Meinhardt Group to deliver their projects. Reinforced by Meinhardt’s expertise developed in Singapore, the head-office here is extensively involved with the Group’s largest and most complex projects globally including super tall buildings, data centres, healthcare, high-tech industrial and logistics, roads and highways, aviation, metros and railways, water, ports, and power.

The Group has contributed to the growth and modernisation of Singapore and several prominent cities in Asia Pacific from their iconic skylines to the modern infrastructure that these cities are known for.

Meinhardt Group established Singapore’s first Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Smart Cities and Project Management Centre of Excellence with the support of Singapore’s Economic Development Board (EDB). Meinhardt was also the first engineering consultancy firm in Singapore to be conferred the International HQ Award by EDB in 2014.

Omar Shahzad, Meinhardt’s Group CEO, says “We are proud and humbled to be recognized by SBR as a leading Singaporean engineering firm. As we grow, we are keen to leverage our experience and Singapore’s wider eco-system across the built environment industry to set up consortiums and partnerships to spur end to end solutions which can add value in the international arena”.

Watch the interview below to know more about their winning project:

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