We are honoured to undertake and lead this important study, and thrilled to have the opportunity to combine our extensive knowledge with teams of expert personnel from both CPG and Royal HaskoningDHV to form a world- class collaboration that will push the boundaries in this field and pave the way forward for other opportunities and projects to come. Being able to pioneer solutions for this purpose and to strengthen the country’s climate resilience abilities will also allow Singapore to be positioned as a climate change adaptation solutions hub to serve the region in the long run.

Yeang Hoong Goon

CEO of CPG Consultants

We are proud to work in this partnership with CPG, strengthening Singapore’s coastline, protecting millions of people, and safeguarding critical infrastructure, while at the same time enhancing the living environment. We look forward to implementing future-forward solutions together with CPG and PUB by truly enhancing society for Singapore.

Niels Schallenberg

Global Director Water & Digital Royal HaskoningDHV

Besides Royal HaskoningDHV, CPG will also be supported by other local and international specialists, including Royal HaskoningDHV’s water management solutions partner Hydroinformatics Institute (H2i), Golder Associates, Ernst & Young Singapore, Professor Koh Lian Pin (National University of Singapore’s Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions), Associate Professor Tan Soon Keat (Nanyang Technological University), and China Communications Construction Water Transportation.

The study is scheduled to take around four years to complete and will cover about 60km of Singapore’s coastline across three areas (Changi, East Coast-Marina stretch, and part of the Greater Southern Waterfront district), protecting the community as well as important landmarks such as East Coast Park and East Coast Parkway against the adverse effects of sea-level rise.

CPG and its partners aim to develop and nurture a local talent pool of experienced climate change professionals who can protect Singapore in the future through a resilience masterplan with sustainable solutions, and help both Singapore and the region meet the future challenges of rising sea levels.