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Experienced Professionals

The wide variety of employment opportunities that we offer are representations of the range of skills needed to run a company like ours.

That is why it is only natural for us to look for experts on the spectrum of work delivery disciplines, which include planning, acquisition, commercial management, engineering, and more. It is also important for us to employ highly qualified and professional office staff. These encompasses all project practices – from cost planning to organisational communication, company development to creating information modeling.

We try our best to provide our people with the structured career support benefits. They have access to the trainings that their reach because we want them to be able to reach their full potential. This includes full-time development plans and short-term on-the-job training modules.

It is our belief that learning should not be limited in the classroom. Therefore, we also created a kind of working environment that lets our employees build their own skills by simply doing their jobs everyday.

Business Development Manager

 Primary Duties and Responsibilities New business development, site visits and meeting with facility management decision makers. (Including schools, hospitals, shopping centres etc) Onsite estimating and proposal writing (training provided) Assisting


Project Manager

Our Project Managers set high expectations and review workmanship quality of their respective projects. This role is for individuals who have a high attention to detail and can communicate well with all parties involved.


Finance Manager

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