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Surbana Jurong Group, a worldwide infrastructure and management solutions consulting company, has announced a new venture with Atelier Ten, a global ecological design consultancy leading to sustainable and innovative design alternatives.

Atelier Ten joins Surbana Jurong’s household of expert consulting companies because its ninth member company, along with the partnership provides Atelier Ten with increased scale, tools, and skills to accelerate the effect of sustainable design,” states Surbana Jurong.

The transfer is in accordance with the team’s focus on establishing its sustainability solutions and increases the group total service experience including design, architecture, technology, facilities management, and safety solutions.

“[This] announcement shows Surbana Jurong’s dedication to assist customers design high energy, sustainable structures and intelligent infrastructures that conserve resources and energy. With Atelier Ten, we could unlock greater significance from our fertility alternatives,” states Surbana Jurong Group CEO Wong Heang Fine.

The partnership will reinforce Surbana Jurong’s existence in the usa and European markets, and offer better accessibility and knowledge sharing across various niches, states the group. It adds that this move may even open more collaborative endeavors for both businesses in the long run.

Atelier Ten and Surbana Jurong have powerful collaborations in Singapore, for example Jewel Changi Airport, among the world’s biggest air-conditioned gardens which balances the competing needs of heat and light to crops.

Other noteworthy endeavors by Atelier Ten comprise Singapore’s Gardens From the Bay, which comprises environmental design that embeds both building-scale and city-scale circular market fundamentals. The business also made the spiky shading system which provides The Esplanade its own durian-like look.