4 building professionals to get ‘green’ award

Four professionals from the building and construction industry will be honoured for their commitment and passion for environmental sustainability.

Mr Eugene Seah, deputy chairman of Davis Langdon & Seah Singapore and Mr Tan Phay Ping, managing director of Building System and Diagnostics jointly won the Green Advocate of the Year.

Meanwhile, the Green Architect of the Year award went to Tang Kok Thye, associate partner of ADDP Architects.

Mr Tay Cher Seng, managing director of Natflow will be crowned Green Innovator of the Year.

A joint statement from the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and Singapore Green Building Council said the award recognises industry professionals and practitioners who have shown strong commitment and conviction in propelling environmental sustainability in their work.

BCA CEO John Keung, who is also the co-chairperson of the assessment committee, said: “All four winners stood out for their strong commitment and passion towards the green cause and I congratulate them for winning the awards.”

The four winners will receive the awards at the BCA Awards on 24 May.

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