CIAP’s work has been handpicked by organisers to be featured at Archifest 2018, an annual festival to celebrate architecture and the built environment, organised by the Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA).
This year, CIAP’s work on Yishun Community Hospital has been featured under the theme of inclusive design, under the Design for Silver Generation Exhibition, held at the Urban Redevelopment Authority, URA Building.
The exhibition shall be followed by a presentation at the Archifest Symposium, held on 9 October, by our director, Mr. Theodore Chan, who will be expounding upon the design concepts behind one of our many hospital projects, Yishun Community Hospital.
Mr. Don Eugene Long, our Architectural Executive, showed CIAP’s continued support towards an inclusive environment as a speaker at the Alzheimer’s Disease Association’s (ADA) World Alzheimer’s Month 2018 Conference, a joint initiative with the Lien Foundation.
Speaking alongside other notable figures such as Mr. Dennis Frost (Inaugural Chair of the Southern Dementia Advisory Group in Kiama NSW), Associate Professor Philip Yap (Senior Consultant Geriatrician & Palliative Care Physician in the Department of Geriatric Medicine and Director of the Geriatric Centre in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital), and Associate Professor Fung John Chye (Director of the Centre for Ageing Research in the Environment (CARE) at the School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore), Don’s presentation included his Master’s Degree Thesis Project done at the National University of Singapore under his supervisor Dr. Tan Beng Kiang, in collaboration with Prof. Fung John Chye.
WAM 2018 Booklet
CIAP is always committed to supporting the growth of the industry, even in smaller events.
This year, our director, Mr. Theodore Chan, and a band of CIAP’s employees supported the annual Singapore Institute of Architects’ Members night by performing a repertoire of songs under the theme of “Rewind”, bringing together the New, and Classic members of the organisation for an enjoyable evening of fun and music.
CIAP is grateful to be at the forefront of medical care facility planning in Singapore, April 2018 marked another milestone for the company as the work for our National Skin Centre project was featured in The Straits Times.
We thank all our teammates, colleagues and friends for their continued support of our work in driving the betterment of Singapore’s built environment.
March 2017 marks the groundbreaking of one of CIAP’s latest projects contributing to the enhancement of Singapore’s built environment.
We would like to thank all our teammates, colleagues and friends, who have contributed to this endeavour and look forward to your continued support in the coming years towards the completion of the project.