CPG Consultants has designed, built and restored many of Singapore’s cultural and institutional buildings since its beginnings in 1946, when it was known as the Public Works Department (PWD). We understand that they are more than repositories of objects from the past; they must also draw visitors with lively, informative and thought-provoking presentations.
Our track record comprises conservation works and landmark public buildings, many of which have won awards. We provide creative, customised solutions for these conservation projects, uniting vision and the functional requirements of a modern cultural building into the fabric of old buildings. We continuously strive to demonstrate great sensitivity and finesse in our work, creating public spaces that possess a high level of civic quality.
Our award-winning projects include the National Museum of Singapore, The Arts House at Old Parliament, and the Asian Civilisations Museum at Empress Place.