Surbana Jurong names Sean Chiao new group CEO
Sean Chiao, who was a senior executive at AECOM, has already been named new group CEO of Surbana Jurong. Chiao takes over the role vacated by Wong Heang Fine, who retired last September.
Chiao says that in the last few years, he has seen how Surbana Jurong increase its technique around customer emphasis, durability, including data-driven options.
“I’m influenced by the SJ 2.0 approach to set up Surbana Jurong for leadership in an age of sustainability and electronic makeover, and as an employer of option in the developed atmosphere, plus I’m looking forward to dealing with the team to fulfil these ambitions,” claims Chiao.
” Sean has extensive Asia Pacific as well as global knowledge, broad insights to the sector including an exceptional record of service outcomes,” claims Surbana Jurong’s director Chaly Mah.
He is to help Surbana Jurong, a subsidiary of Temasek Holdings, increase its transformation right into a global consulting superior in metropolitan, framework as well as took care of services.
In its announcement on March 9, Surbana Jurong claims Chiao offers the company more than 35 years’ experience in model and even architectural consultation for the developed environment as well as worldwide business management. His latest role at AECOM was chief executive for buildings and places global business channel. Chiao had actually also headed AECOM’s Asia Pacific company as its president.
“In coming to be a leading urban, facilities and managed services consulting firm, Surbana Jurong will be able to supply the full scope of our global proficiency to clients and even areas anywhere,” he adds.
” We are certain that we have gotten in Sean the best leader for Surbana Jurong as we advance the application of SJ 2.0, the group’s roadmap to turning into one of the top urban, structure as well as took care of services consulting companies in Asia Pacific.”
Chiao, who was from Taiwan, holds a degree in architecture and also a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, plus a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University.