||Er. Ng Eng Kiong
Ng Eng Kiong graduated in Electrical and Electrical Engineering and joined the Housing and Development Board in 1974. Having spent 16 years practising engineering and holding management positions in the HDB, Mr Ng jonied Squire Mech as Director (Engineering) in 1990 and has since been responsible for the design and project management of a wide variety of development projects including commercial and office buildings such as King’s Centre Hotel and Entertainment Complex, Republic Plaza, new URA Building, DBS China Square and the new HDB Hub at Toa Payoh, large residential developments such as Ardmore Park, Costa Rhu, Parc Oasis and Spring Grove Condominiums; manufacturing and process plants such Du Pont Lycra Plant, Adipure Plant and Zytel Nylon Plant, Hoechst Celanese Vinyl Acetate Monomer Plant and Barry Callebaut Chocolate Factory; factory and warehouse buildings such as Pantech Industrial Complex and Computer Centre, United Tech Park, AEI and KWE Warehouse cum Office Complexes.
Mr Ng was appointed Director in 1992, Deputy Managing Director in 1996, Managing Director 2000. He has since taken on the role of Senior Director in 2017.
In addition, he was also directly involved in overseas projects such as Fuzhou Changle International Airport Passenger Terminal in China, the Wisma Cycle Carrie and Wisma Kewalram Office developments and KL Sentral Hotel Developments in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
He started a local branch office of Squire Mech Sdn Bhn in Kuala Lumpur in 1996 and a wholly-owned foreign branch office of Squire Mech (Shanghai) Co Ltd in China in 2014.
|Er. Teo Yann
Teo Yann graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) degree from the National University of Singapore in 1985. Upon graduation, he worked with a Japanese ACMV Contractor, Shinyo Corporate on the Singapore MRT Phase I consisting of first 20 MRT stations. Subsequently, he joined a Singapore M&E Contractor, Indeco Engineers on the Singapore MRT Phase II consisting of the next 20 MRT stations before joining a local Main Contractor, Hock Lian Seng Engineering on the Seletar Sewerage Treatment Plant Expansion.
He joined Squire Mech in 1990 as an Executive Engineer, obtained his Professional Engineer in 1994, was made an Associate Director in 1996 and a Director in 2005. Since he joined Squire Mech, he has worked on numerous projects of various natures. Some of the more signification projectes are the Shangri-La’s Sentosa Beach Resort Hotel, redevelopment of the United World College, Orchid Country Club, Spring Grove Condominum, Fuzhou Changle International Airport in Fuzhou, China, Saigon Sheraton Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Semiconductor Testing Facility and UMC Wafer Fab Plant. Some of the above mentioned projects have won Singapore Building Construction Authority’s Construction Excellent and Energy Efficient Award.
Since 2003, Teo Yann has been appointed to lead Squire Mech’s presense in China. To date, Squire Mech has been appointed for CapitalLans’s Residential Westwoor Green in Shanghai, CapitalRetail’s Xizhimen Mall Beijing, Qibao Mall in Shanghai, Shapingban Mall in Chongqing, Shawan Mall in Chengdu, Frasers’ Northpoint Mall Beijing, Hualien’s Mall.
Today, Squire Mech has offices in Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu. In 2017, Mr Teo was promoted to Managing Director.
||Er. Eng Kwee Chew
Eng Kwee Chew was awarded Bachelor of Science (Honours) by the Council of National Academic Awards (UK) through Thames Polytechnic in 1971. He has extensive experience in the planning design, installation and commissioning of low and high tension distribution networks for residential, commercial and industrial developments in Singapore from the mix sixties.
Mr Eng was in the services of the London Electricity Board for about five years during he received training and gained experience on the design, selection, installation and commissioning of both low and high tension distribution and transmission networks. Mr Eng was responsible for the specification and selection of high and low tension electrical equipment for the Public Utilities Board. He was Head of the Consumers Installation Division responsible for the vetting of single line drawings of large industrial and commercial development and the testing of all electrical installations in Singapore. Mr Eng was member of M&E Consulting Team for the PUB Building.
He has assisted in the drafting of several specifications and Code of Practises for the Singapore Insitute of Standards and Industrial Research. He has served on the Technical Committee on specifications for Low Voltage Switchgear and Controlgear Assemblies and, PVC Insulated Cables (Non-Armoured) for Electric Power and Lighting.
He is a registered Professional Engineer of the Professional Engineers Board, Singapore since 1974 and a Licensed Engineer and Registered Inspector of the Singapore Civil Defence Force since 23 November 1994. He is also a member of The Insititute of Engineering and Technology, UK and is also a registered Chartered Engineer of C.E.I UK since 1981. He has served as a Council member of Institution Engineers, Singapore for 1982 to 1984 and has served as Technical Unit Committee and Community Services Committee during this period.
||Er. Koh Kin Teng
Koh Kin Teng graduated from Singapore Polytechnic in 1985 and went on to obtain his Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours) from the University of Sheffield, England in 1989. Upon graducation, he worked as an Engineering Service Engineer in Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore before joining Squire Mech in 1990. He is currently a Director in the company and a Professional Mechanical Engineer in practice.
Since he joined Squire Mech, he has actively taken part in a wide variety of projects such as residential, institutional, industrial, office buildings, hotels and resorts, commercial complexes and several retrofitting works. Some of the more significant projects are Wyeth Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Plant, the New URA Centre, New HDB HUB, One George Street and St. Regis Hotel and Residences.
Kin Teng has extensive experience in the design and implementation of Grade A Office. He applies energy-efficient and cost effective solutions to the design of the building services. Projects such as New URA Centre, HDB Hub, and One George Street won local BCA Green Mark awards. In particular, the URA was conferred Runner-Up in Best Energy Efficiency Award in ASEAN EE&C Best Practices Competition.
Kin Teng also has a wealth of experience in overseas projects, having worked on many building types in Indonesia, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. He was involved in Bangalore International Technology Park which is well recognized in India as a world class development for International firms and Multi-National Corporations.
|Er. Wong Lok Toon
Wong Lok Toon graduated from the University of Singapore in 1973 with a first class honors degree in Mechanical Engineering. Subsequently he went to the University of Aston in Birmingham on a Colombo Plan Scholarship for postgraduate studies and took a Master’s degree in 1975.
Lok Toon started hs career as an Engineer with Changi Airport Development Division of the Public Works Department in 1976. He was involved in the planning, design, building and maintaining of the new international airport complex at Changi. For his role in this prestigious national project, he was conferred the Public Administrative Medal (Bronze) in 1982.
After 10 years with the Public Works Department, Lok Toon joined the private sector and held senior management positions with building services consultants and also with contracting firms. His profesional experience covers a wide spectrum of activities from planning, design, proceument, commissionging to facilities management. He has accumulated experience in many different types of development from shopping malls and offices to education institutions, healthcare facilities and airports, from working in projects in Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, UAE and Qatar.
|Er. Stephen Chen
Stephen Chen graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) with merit in 1993 from Nanyang Technology University, Singapore. Upon graduation, he worked as a site engineer with Shimizu Corporation and was involved in the construction of 66-storey 280m tall Republic Plaza (joint tallest building in Singapore) and Lane Crawford Place (now called Wheelock Place before joining Squire Mech in June 1995 as an Engineer. Stephen Chen was promoted to Senior Engineer in July 2000, Associate Director in December 2006 and subsequently made a Director in December 2007.
Stephen Chen has vast experience in planning, design, installation and commissioning of building services. He has been registered with the Professional Engineers Board Singapore since June 2000. He was the Qualified Person for more than 100 buildings in Singapore and responsible for the engineering design of the building services in numerous large projects and of different usage including Industrial, Institutional, high rise Offices, Shopping Malls, Hotels and Residential. The major projects handled by him as Project Director and Qualified Person include Toll Offshore Petroluem Services Supply Base, REC Photovoltaic Plant, Glaxo Biological Plant, Abbott Nutritional Plant, MSD Pharmaceutical Plant, Dupont Lyca Plant, Institute of Technical Education – College Central/Headquarters, Singapore American School, Capita Green 40-Storey 242m tall office, People’s Association Headquarters, Oxley Tower, 165m tall 32-storey office, Bedok Point Shopping Complex, North Point Shopping Complex, Rasa Sentosa Resort, Treetops Executive Residences, The Azure Condominium and Formula One Pit Building.
Among the projects handled by Stephen Chen, Institute of Technical Education – College Central/Headquarters obtained Green Mark Platinum in 2013, Capita Green obtained Green Mark Platinum in 2012, Xilinx Asia Pacific obtained Green Mark Platinum award in 2008, Oceanfront Condominium obatined Green Mark Platinum in 2007, People’s Association Headquarters obtained Green Mark Gold Plus award in 2007.
|Mr Loh Wei Liang
Loh Wei Liang graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic in 1989. He worked as an Assistant Engineer with Indeco Engineers Pte Ltd involving in the Pulau Seraya Power Plant project after his graduation until 1990. He went on to obtain his Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2nd Class Upper Honours) from the Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, U.K in 1993. Upon graduation, he joined Squire Mech in 1993 as an Engineer. He is currently a Director with the company.
Since he joined Squire Mech, he has actively taken part in a wide variety of projects such as residential, institutional, and industrial, office buildings, hotels, commercial complexes, and severak retrofitting works. Some of the more significant projects are Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Plant, Grand Copthorne Water Front Hotel, King’s Centre, Peirce Villas and BMW Main Showroom and Workshop.
Wei Liang was the Lead Electrical Engineer on the Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceutical and Nutritional Plant. He coordinated site-wide utilities and advised the Client on the local requirements on electrical installation issues. He has since been involved in other industrial projects such as Schering-Plough, LONZA, BMW Showroom/Workshop etc. He was also the Lead Engineer for the 30-storey Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel.
Wei Liang also has wealth of experience in overseas projects, having worked on several projects in Malaysia and United Arab Emirates.
||Mr Lim Jit Dong
Lim Jit Dong graduated from University of Glasgow, Scotland in 1987 with Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering and further pursue a postgraduate degree, Master of Business Administration (Finance) from Stirling University, Scotland in 1990. Upon graduation, major part of his employment was in Singapore Telecoms as a Senior Engineer (Management Services & Productivity) before joining Squire Mech in 1995 as an Executive Engineer. He is currently a Director with the company.
During his stint in Singapore Telecoms, he has carried out business viability studies as well as operational research. Some of the work include Singapore Post, Marine Radio Operations, Singapore Telecom Logistic Group, Imaging Workflow Business processes.
Since joining Squire Mech, Jit Dong has worked on numerous projects of a diverse nature. Some of the more significant projects include Republic Plaza, HDB Hub at Toa Payoh Town Centre, INSEAD Campus Development, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) Campus, SAFRA Clubhouse, North Canal Conservation Houses, BLVD Condominium, Crowne Plaza Hotel at Terminal 3, Changi Airport and the upgrading of the Tech Semiconductor Plant (to 300mm wafer production). Many of these projects have won BCA Building Construction Excellence Awards.
He has carried out design work for hot water distribution system in INSEAD Campus Hostels using thermal solar tubes coupled with open tank system and a temperature controlled re-circulating system which has bought about valuable energy savings to the development. In addition to building project development, has a wealth of experience in carry out Due Diligence studies on existing buildings for corporate investment and divestment. Jit Dong has also sat in the BCA Building Construction Specialist Workgroup committee 2008/09 to review construction cost in Singapore.
||Er. Koh Choon Tee
Koh Choon Tee graduated from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) in 1995. Upon graduation, he worked as an Project Engineer with Plant Engineering Construction before joining Squire Mech in 1996 as an Engineer. He is currently a Director with the company and a Registered Professional Engineer (Mechanical).
Since joining Squire Mech, he has actively taken part in a wide variety of projects that included residential, institutional, office buildings, commercial complexes, industrial, infrastucture, hotels, resorts and several retrofitting works. Some of the more significant projects are ITE Simei, NUS Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, Merck Pharmaceutical and Pfizer Asia Pharmaceutical. Some of the projects have won award for Design and Construction Excellent and also Energy Efficient Award.
Choon Tee has extensive experience in the design and implementation for Schools. He applies energy-efficient and cost effective solutions to the design of the building services. Projects such as United World College and Simei ITE has won local BCA Green Mark awards.
Choon Tee was the Lead Mechanical Engineer on the Pfizer Asia Pharmaceutical in Tuas Singapore. He coordinated site-wide utilities and designed the fire protection system. This involves full hydraulic calculations to meet NFPA and FM requirements. He was also involved in the design of air-conditioning system for the building.
In addition, Choon Tee has also wealth of experience in overseas projects, having worked on many buildings types in Myanmar, Cambodia, Dubai, Vietnam and China.