CPG Corporation

CPG Corporation is an infrastructure, building management and consultancy services company in the Asia Pacific.

CPG Corporation
FormerlyPublic Works and Convicts
Public Works Department of Singapore
PWD Corporation
IndustryInfrastructure and building development
Founded1833; 188 years ago (1833) in Singapore, Straits Settlements
FounderGeorge Drumgoole Coleman
Area served
Key people
Khew Sin Khoon (Group Chief Executive Officer)

Oliver Quek (Group Chief Operating Officer)
Tan Shao Yen (Group Chief Innovation Officer)
Vincent Loh (CEO, CPG International)
Yeang Hoong Goon (CEO, CPG Consultants)
Seng Joo How (CEO, CPG Facilities Management)

Tan Cheng Chuah (Managing Director, Construction Professionals & PM Link (SG) (MY))
ServicesUrban Planning and Design

Architecture Design
Green Design
Infrastructure Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Civil and Structural Engineering
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
Quantity Surveying
Landscape and Interior Design
Facilities Management
Project Management

Construction Management
Number of employees
  • Steady Over 1,600 (2019)
ParentTemasek Holdings (1999–2003)
Downer EDI Group (2003–2012)
China Construction Technology Consulting Co. Ltd (2012–present)
SubsidiariesCPG Consultants Pte Ltd

CPG Facilities Management Pte Ltd
PM Link Pte Ltd
Construction Professionals Pte Ltd
CPG Signature Pte Ltd
VIA+ Design Pte Ltd

CPG International Pte Ltd

The corporatised entity of the former Public Works Department of Singapore, the company provides architecture and engineering consultancy to project and construction management. Headquartered in Singapore, with 12 overseas offices in China, India, Vietnam, the Philippines and UAE, CPG Corporation has received numerous Singapore and international awards for its works, which span over 36 countries.


The Public Works and Convicts Department was formed in 1833 when George Drumgoole Coleman was appointed as the first Superintendent.[1] The department was formally established as the Public Works Department of Singapore (PWD) in 1946 about a year after the Japanese occupation of the island ended.

Under Temasek Holdings, it was incorporated in 1999 and renamed as PWD Corporation, before being renamed as CPG Corporation in 2002.[1] A year later, it became part of the Downer EDI Group.[2][1]

In 2012, the ownership of the CPG Corporation group of companies was transferred from Downer EDI, Australia to China Construction Technology Consulting Co. Ltd (CCTC),.[citation needed] while still retaining the corporation's strong Singapore core.

Headquartered in Singapore, CPG Corporation today has overseas offices in China, India, Vietnam, Macau, the Philippines and the UAE. Its project portfolio spans over 25 countries, including China, India, the ASEAN nations, the Middle East and the Pacific nations. CPG Corporation has received numerous Singapore and international awards for its works.

List of CPG project typologiesEdit

  • Institutional buildings
  • Airports and railways
  • Bridges and kaavas
  • Expressways
  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Parks
  • Roads
  • Military bases
  • Residential developments
  • Mixed-use developments

police station

  • Arts, Cultural & Heritage developments
  • Recreational developments

List of iconic CPG projects in SingaporeEdit

  • Ayer Rajah Expressway, Singapore
  • Benjamin Sheares Bridge, Singapore
  • Bukit Timah Expressway, Singapore
  • Cavenagh Bridge, Singapore
  • Central Expressway, Singapore
  • Central Fire Station, Singapore
  • Changi Airport, Terminal 1, 2, 3, Singapore
  • Changi Water Reclamation Plant, Singapore
  • Chek Jawa Visitor Centre, Singapore
  • Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore
  • East Coast Lagoon Food Village, Singapore
  • Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Singapore
  • Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
  • INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation, Singapore
  • Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore
  • Kranji Expressway, Singapore
  • Lorong Halus Wetland, Singapore
  • Malay Heritage Centre, Singapore
  • Mandai Crematorium and Columbarium, Singapore
  • Marina Coastal Expressway, Singapore
  • Nanyang Technological University The Hive, Singapore
  • National Centre for Infectious Diseases and Centre for Healthcare Innovation, Singapore
  • National Gallery Singapore, Singapore
  • National Museum of Singapore, Singapore
  • Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Jurong Community Hospital, Singapore
  • NTU School of Art, Design and Media, Singapore
  • NUS Tahir Foundation Building, Singapore
  • Old Hill Street Police Station, Singapore
  • Pan Island Expressway, Singapore
  • Pasir Ris Sports and Recreation Centre, Singapore
  • Raffles Institution, Singapore
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore
  • Singapore Parliament House, Singapore
  • Singapore Racecourse, Singapore
  • Solaris @ one-north, Singapore
  • State Courts Towers, Singapore
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore
  • Treasure Island Bungalows, Singapore
  • Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
  • The Rochester, Singapore
  • Victoria School, Singapore
  • Woodlands Checkpoint, Singapore

List of iconic CPG projects overseasEdit

  • ADB Headquarters, Philippines
  • Amity International School, UAE
  • Cam Ranh Airport International Terminal, Vietnam
  • Da Nang International Airport, Vietnam
  • Eco Botanic, Malaysia
  • Eco Summer, Malaysia
  • Eco Terraces, Malaysia
  • Emirates Financial Towers, Dubai, UAE
  • GEMS World Academy, Dubai, UAE
  • Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Bangladesh
  • Indus Academic Medical Campus, Pakistan
  • Islamabad International Airport, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Khartoum International Airport, Sudan
  • Kunshan Western District Medical Centre, China
  • National Diagnostic Centre, Maldives
  • Setia Sky 88, Malaysia
  • Seychelles International Airport, Seychelles
  • Sheraton Hotel and Condominium, Shunde, China
  • Sky 8 Condominium, Malaysia
  • Tianjin Baoding Bridge, China
  • Xiamen Zhongshan Park Station, China


  1. ^ a b c "Flying the local flag". AsiaOne. 2013-11-04. Retrieved 2021-08-23.
  2. ^ "CPG Corporation Profile". Archived from the original on October 11, 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-24.

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