Dr Teo Ho Pin is the Senior Adviser to the Managed Services division of Surbana Jurong Pte Ltd and Independent Director of Tiong Seng Holdings Ltd. He is also an Adjunct Professor to the National University of Singapore.
Dr Teo was the Mayor of the North West District in Singapore (2001 to 2020) and a Member of Parliament for Bukit Panjang Constituency (1996 to 2020). As Mayor, he was responsible for implementing Community Development Programmes for 900,000 residents living in the North West District. He has been involved in Community Development work for more than 30 years.
Dr Teo was also the Chairman of the Holland-Bukit Panjang Town Council, and the Co-ordinating Chairman of 15 PAP Town Councils in Singapore taking charge of township management for about 1 million public housing flats. Dr Teo graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Building) from the National University of Singapore in 1985. Upon graduation, he joined the National University of Singapore as a teaching staff. Thereafter, he pursued his Master and Doctorate degrees at Heriot Watt University (UK).
In 1991, Dr Teo was seconded to be the Chief Executive Officer of Jurong Town Council. He was responsible for the management of over 40,000 units of public housing flats. Subsequently, he was elected as a Member of Parliament for Sembawang Group Representation Constituency in 1997. Since then, Dr Teo had chaired various Government Parliamentary Committees in National Development, Environment and Water Resources, Home affairs, Law and Foreign affairs.
Hansen is currently a Director at Chambers International. He graduated from NUS and was awarded his degree in Real Estate in 2006. He also holds an Advanced Diploma in Computer Studies from Oxford Brookes University and also completed an Executive Management Program from the University of Dubai in 2009.
He is currently the Director-in-charge of a portfolio of facility management projects that include government projects, privately owned assets from MNCs and educational facilities. Hansen also manages a portfolio of strata-titled projects including shopping malls, industrial buildings, mixed-use developments and condominiums. Apart from the facility and property management business of Chambers, Hansen also helps in the management of the property valuation business of Chambers which serves on the panel a large local bank and government agencies like HDB and JTC. Hansen is also involved actively in the tendering and business development part of Chambers.
Prior to joining Chambers, he was an account manager with IE Singapore and an Assistant Vice President at Surbana International Consultants and was mainly doing International Business Development in Countries including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain, Morocco, Russia, Azerbaijan and South East Asia.
Ms Ong Yen Peng is the Deputy General Manager (Projects Management & Development) of the South West Community Development Council (CDC), under the People’s Association. She assists the Council in the formulation of plans and strategies to build a strong and cohesive community and Singapore. She works closely with stakeholders like the corporations, voluntary welfare organisations and learning institutions to encourage them to volunteer and give back to the less fortunate. She leads a team of about 15 staff to design, develop and implement local programmes and solutions to fulfil the CDC’s mission of assisting the needy, bonding the people and connecting the community. Yen Peng graduated from the National University of Singapore in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science – Building and Real Estate.
Imran Chng is currently a Vice-President at CPGFM. He graduated from NUS and obtained his Bachelor of Science (Real Estate) (Hons) from the National University of Singapore in 2006. He also holds a Diploma In Building & Property Management (With Merits) from the Singapore Polytechnic in 1999. He further obtained certifications in Water Efficiency & Fire Safety Management in 2018.
He started his career doing marketing and leasing of residential properties in the earlier days before moving on to Chan Kok Hong Property Management, gaining experiences in the management of MSCT properties. Subsequently he went to join EM Services as a Property Manager, deepening the skillsets and knowledges in Township Management, Agency and Hostel Development; YoHA. With CPGFM, he was involved in the handing over and taking over of Aljunied Town Council & Tampines Town Council. During his tenure as the Deputy General Manager of Tampines Town Council, he oversaw the administration of the upgrading projects such as NRP, ROS, CIPC & SIP before moving on back to HQ to oversee a portfolio of integrated facility management and managing agent projects that include government properties such as MHA, PAHQ & MUIS.
In 2018, he was involved in the initial setting up of the team and operations of a Joint Venture FM firm with the parent company China Construction Technology Consulting Co to spearhead new business opportunity in Beijing and Xiong An, a county level division of HeBei Province. Apart from professional work, Imran Chng was also active in community work. From 2002 to 2017, he was serving as RC Chairman, RC Council Vice- Chairman and Town Councillor at the respective PA organisations in Central District of Singapore & Ang Mo Kio Town. He was awarded the Public Service Medal in 2013.
He is currently involved in the tendering and business development of CPGFM.
Mr Tay holds a Bachelor of Building (Hons) in Construction Management & Economics). He is active in the Community and Grassroots works and is the Chairman of Bukit Panjang Community Sports Club and Vice-Chairman of Bukit Panjang Citizens' Consultative Committee. He is currently the Chairman of Zhenghua Primary School Advisory Committee.
He was awarded the Efficiency Medal in 1997 and for his service in Community, he was awarded the Public Service Medal, Public Service Star and Public Service Star (Bar) in 2000, 2005 and 2015 respectively. On 24 April 2018, Mr Tay was appointed as the Justice of Peace by the President of the Republic of Singapore Mr Tay is currently holding the position of Head, Technical (Building Information Modelling) Department in Lian Soon Construction Pte Ltd.
Peter Ang is a currently a Director at the Central Provident Fund Board. He oversees the Property Department in managing a portfolio of commercial buildings owned by the Board. Peter graduated with a Master of Business Administration from the Nanyang Technological University Singapore in 2000. He also holds a Bachelor of Building (Hons) from the National University of Singapore.
With a career spanning across both public and private sectors, Peter’s expertise in the real estate industry includes project management, asset management, procurement and space planning. His market sector experience includes office, residential, tourism and institutional.
Apart from professional work, Peter is also active in community work. From 2004 to 2014, he was a District Councillor at North West Community Development Council serving in both the Youth and Green Committees.
Ms Tan Shan Shan is the Chief Administrator of Vision Building Forensics Pte Ltd. Her current work involves management of Company project processes and quality, forensics investigations of building related defects for effective remedial treatments to buildings elements and their system components, condition assessment of buildings defects, technical consultancy, general building surveys. Shan Shan graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Building) from the National University of Singapore.
Ignatius is currently a Senior Executive Project Manager in Surbana Jurong Private Limited, managing the design and development of several Institutional Buildings in Singapore. He graduated with a Master of Science (Project Management) from the National University of Singapore in 2005.
Prior to joining Surbana Jurong, Ignatius has worked in Building and Construction Authority of Singapore and received Singapore Public Service 21 ExCEL Award and Excellent Service Award in 2014.
Ignatius has been in the architecture field for more than 20 years and contributed in the design and construction of a number of land mark projects like Singapore Consulate in Shanghai, Singapore Immigration Checkpoint Building at Woodlands, and several Master Planning projects in China, India, Vietnam and Indonesia.
Mr Choo Wee Jiang joined Lim Chan Hoe & Partners (now known as Northcroft Lim Consultants Pte Ltd) after graduation from Heriot-Watt University (United Kingdom) in Building Economics and Quantity Surveying in 1983, practicing as a Consultant Quantity Surveyor, involving in commercial, industrial, residential and hospitality developments. In 1986, he qualified as Professional and Chartered Quantity Surveyor from the Singapore Institute of Surveyors & Valuers and The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (UK), respectively.
Upon his professional qualification, he then went to join the Main Contractor, Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co Ltd as Project Site Quantity Surveyor in the Changi Airport Terminal 2 Project and subsequently with the Curtain Walling and Roofing Manufacturer and Specialist Sub-Contractor, H H Robertson Singapore Pte Ltd as their Chief Estimator.
In 1988, he was recruited by the government-linked company of National University Hospital (NUH) to undertake the project management of the development and construction of NUH new wing hospital Phase 3 project, as Assistant Director/Project Manager, from the developer perspective. Currently, Wee Jiang spent substantial amount of his time advising small and medium construction related companies on the project management, cost control, mediation, arbitration and litigation aspects in relation to construction works