Francis Koh will be honoured for his contributions to Singapore’s property sector at the South East Asia Property Awards (Singapore).
The award recognises Koh’s contributions to Singapore’s property sector.
“I’m humbled to be named Singapore’s Property Disposition of the Year amongst many outstanding developers, this is an important accomplishment both in my private capacity and for Koh Brothers Group,” said Koh.
The group, which observes its 50th anniversary this year, has developed numerous residential projects in Singapore, including Parc Olympia, The Lumos, Bungalows @ Caldecott, and Westwood Residences.
“Koh’s creativity and pursuit of exceptional business opportunities have proven to be a breath of fresh air in Singapore’s comparatively stale marketplace of late,” said Liam Aran Barnes, Brand Director and Editor in Chief of Property Report.
“He’s also distinguished for his hands-on strategy and open-door policy at Koh Brothers, the group his dad founded more than five decades past.”
Last year, the firm clinched a $1.12 billion contract for the development of a three-runway system at Changi Airport, its largest contract win to date.
Going forwards, it will look at overseas expansion for the next phase of growth.
Said Koh: “We’ll continue to be on the lookout for investment opportunities both overseas and in Singapore.”