Aurecon appoints new Country Manager in Singapore
Source: Aurecon , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed December 12, 2018 11:50 am

SINGAPORE. As part of its growth strategy in Asia, global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon appointed Yang San (YS) Go as the Country Manager of Singapore. YS will be responsible for leading the company’s business operations and growth plan in Singapore with effect from 1 December 2018.

YS, who will also remain Infrastructure Leader for Singapore, has more than 30 years of experience in leading, designing, and managing major infrastructure projects in Singapore, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates and Indonesia. YS is a proven leader, with a track record of building a financially successful businesses and high-performing project delivery teams.  

“YS is a respected business leader and engineer in our industry, having played an integral part in Singapore’s infrastructure development on the past 30 years, both above ground and underground. Therefore, I am confident that, under YS’s leadership, Aurecon will continue to play an integral role in engineering Singapore’s future,” said Paul Lombard, Managing Director – Middle East and Asia, Aurecon.

Prior to joining Aurecon in March this year, YS worked at Meinhardt Infrastructure and Parsons Brinckerhoff on several prominent infrastructure and engineering projects including Singapore’s Mass Transit System; Taiwan’s High-Speed Rail project; United Arab Emirates’ Dubai Metro; road improvement projects in Johor and Penang, Malaysia; hotel zone development in Mandalay, Myanmar; and infrastructure planning for Kota Lobam, in Bintan, Indonesia.

“My immediate focus areas are to continue the business’ growth trajectory and explore with clients how to harness the power of digital into their assets and infrastructure. Aurecon is full of talented people and I look forward to working with everyone to help our clients be future-ready,” said YS.

Photo Caption: Aurecon appointed Yang San (YS) Go as the Country Manager of Singapore

About Aurecon
Aurecon is an engineering and infrastructure advisory company, but not as you know it. We’ve reimagined engineering.

Our clients’ ideas and aspirations drive all that we do. We work alongside them like no other firm to co-create clever, innovative solutions to some of the world’s most complex challenges, adding value across the project lifecycle through deep technical and advisory expertise. We serve our clients across a range of markets, in locations worldwide. Hardwired in our DNA are engineering, design and the deep need to leave a legacy. We are as diverse as we are dynamic. As curious as we are clever.

Drawing on our deep pool of knowledge, we bring vital engineering experience, technical capability and design expertise to the table. Then we listen deeply and intently. We see the opportunities, possibilities and potential that others don’t. Through a range of unique creative processes and skills, we collaborate with our clients to re-imagine, shape and design a better future.

We believe humanity depends on engineering; and we recognise we have a broader stewardship role to play. A deep responsibility to hold. As we continually strive for a life in balance, Aurecon clients will be both future ready and engineered for life.

Think engineering. Think again.
Aurecon: Engineering, re-imagined.

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Privately owned by employees, Aurecon formed in 2009 when Africon, Connell Wagner and Ninham Shand announced the formation of a new global group.

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