Surbana Jurong

Surbana Jurong Group is a global urban, infrastructure and managed services consulting firm, with over 70 years of track record in successful project delivery. Headquartered in Singapore, the group has a global talent pool of 16,000 across Surbana Jurong and our member companies AETOS, Atelier Ten, B+H, KTP, Prostruct, RBG, SAA, Sino-Sun and SMEC, based in more than 120 offices in over 40 countries. They include architects, designers, planners, engineers and other specialists driven by progressive thinking and creative ideas to help shape a better future.

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Here’s what an advanced security firm looks like

AETOS offers training courses on security, technology, and facilities management. 

Mixed-use development 'Hiera' to start construction in 2023

Sinar Mas Land and Mitbana will develop the 108-hectare site.

Urbanisation will drive demand for integrated managed services

Surbana Jurong leverages in-house expertise to thrive in the market.

Surbana Jurong to house Southeast Asia’s largest EV charging hub

The hub will allow up to 250 drivers to charge their vehicles at a time.

Surbana Jurong to run coastal protection study of North-West coastline

The study is aimed at protecting the four coastal reservoirs along the coastline from seawater inundation.

Surbana Jurong Group CEO to retire

The search is on for Wong Heang Fine's successor.

Why Surbana Jurong’s ambition could build a brighter tomorrow

The Singapore-headquartered global consultancy aims to build a sustainable and resilient future. 

Surbana Jurong spearheads infrastructure sustainability in Singapore

It is the first firm in the country to have Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professionals.

Young architects to watch in Singapore

Here are young architects whose designs have been recognised in Singapore and the region.

Architects design greener spaces as SG lives with pandemic

Industry experts outline how the architecture landscape will change in the next year.

How Surbana Jurong uses sensors to make buildings smarter—and safer

With Smart Digital Spaces, building facilities can be digitally maintained while improving workplace productivity, air quality, safety, and quality of life.