28 Jun '11, 5am

With growing emphasis on climate change, Singapore is committed to helping companies develop efficient and...

With growing emphasis on climate change, Singapore is committed to helping companies develop efficient and...

The engineering services industry currently employs about 35,000 workers and contributes some 1.2% to Singapore’s GDP. With our high standards of expertise and proximity to emerging markets, Singapore is well-placed to tap on the growing demand for professional engineering solutions, ranging from urban planning and transport systems to environmental solutions and biomedical sciences. Singapore aims to be the region’s one-stop knowledge base for engineering services, and to develop sustainable solutions that can be applied to modern-day challenges around the world. Several global engineering firms have recognised the value of Singapore as a springboard for engineering solutions into the rest of Asia and set up facilities in our nation. These include Arup, Jacobs Engineering, KBR, Fluor, CH2M HILL, WorleyParsons, CB&I Lummus, Foster Wheeler, Yokogawa, Emerson, Rockwell Autom...

Full article: http://contactsingapore.sg/industries/engineering_services/

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