Faithful+Gould to Participate at the World Engineers Summit in Singapore

Jumira Raja
Loy Hsieh-Min, associate director, head of strategic asset management in Faithful+Gould Singapore, will chair a track at the Applied Energy Symposium & Forum which takes place on July 20.

The World Engineers Summit features industry experts, including researchers, practitioners and policy makers, to showcase the latest research findings and engineering innovations that support a low carbon future and sustainable development.

This third biennial conference will provide an important platform for engineers to turn talk into action through the exchange of the latest progress in urban energy systems and policy options in the areas of transport, building, industry, environment, power generation and energy storage, and urban planning.

Loy Hsieh-Min will facilitate the Building-CIBSE Track sessions on day two of the conference.

A chartered engineer and the founding member and secretary of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Whole Life Performance Task Group, Loy Hsieh-Min will facilitate the Building-CIBSE Track sessions on day two of the conference. He is also the country representative for CIBSE in Singapore.

CIBSE promotes the career of building services engineers by accrediting courses of study in further and higher education by approving work-based training programmes and providing routes to full professional Registration and Membership, including Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer, and Engineering Technician.