GRAPHISOFT has announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Singapore-based Surbana Jurong Consultants, one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary urban, infrastructure, and management services consultants, with 14,000 employees worldwide, operating throughout 120 offices in over 40 countries.
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The two global firms have agreed to collaborate in promoting and, importantly, developing digitalized technologies in the AEC industries of Singapore and the broader Asia region. The parties will apply GRAPHISOFT’s software technologies and expertise in the development of VDC and IDD processes and workflows, in combination with Open BIM platform solutions.
“As one of the largest Asia-based urban and infrastructure consultancies, Surbana Jurong constantly seeks to advance our technological leadership. Our partnership with GRAPHISOFT will allow us to further leverage BIM technology, improving our productivity and efficiency,” said Wong Heang Fine, Group Chief Executive Officer, Surbana Jurong.
“GRAPHISOFT is excited to partner with Surbana Jurong to develop and promote BIM, VDC and IDD solutions in Singapore specifically and Asia in general,” said Viktor Varkonyi, Chief Executive Officer, GRAPHISOFT. “Surbana Jurong’s knowledge across the various sectors of the AEC industries of the region will serve the architectural, engineering and construction professionals well,” he added.
The MOU is valid for three years and will include knowledge sharing, joint workshops, and the promotion of each other’s expertise and successes at various industry events.
About Surbana Jurong
Surbana Jurong is a Singapore-based multidisciplinary urban, infrastructure and management services consultancy firm. With over 70 years of track record in successful project delivery, it is now one of the largest Asia-based consultancies. Today, it has a workforce of 14,000 employees globally in more than 120 offices across 40+ countries.
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