PM Group gets €151m contracts

Engineering, architecture and project management company PM Group has been awarded a series of new project management and design contractswith a capital value of over €151m by clients in south-east Asia.

The contracts will be managed from Irish-headquartered PM Group’s Singapore office and are across a number of countries in south-east Asia, including Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam and Laos.

PM Group will be working with multinationals with which it has built up relationships over a number of years, including with the World Bank andleading pharmaceutical companies.

Managing director for Asia, Allan Schouten, said contracts in Singapore and across South-East Asia were a testament to its promise to provide clients with the same high level of service regardless of location.

PM Group is working with the Singaporean Government’s development agency to build €100m, vibration-sensitive laboratory facilities at Fusionopolis, Singapore’s research and development hub for infocommunication technology, media and physical sciences.

In Vietnam, the company is working with the Asian Development Bank on an €80m educational development project.

Public Expenditure and Reform Minister Brendan Howlin welcomed the announcement in Singapore yesterday.

“I welcome that the PM Group, an Irish company in Singapore, has announced today at the conference that it has been awarded a series of new Project Management and Design contracts with a capital value of over $200 million by key clients in South-East Asia.” He noted there were over 60 Irish companies with a significant presence in Singapore and that more Irish companies were engaging with Asia than ever before.


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