Indonesia’s top 10 architecture firms and property developers

Indonesia’s 10 most active architecture firms and property developers will be receiving the BCI Asia Top 10 Awards at the annual BCI Asia Awards ceremony held at JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta on 15th of May 2012.

Now into its 8th year, the BCI Asia Awards is a regional event attended by the industry’s top architects and building professional, which recognizes developers and architecture firms building and designing the greatest volume of buildings in Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

The portfolios of these elite architecture firms contain USD $4.5 billion worth of properties scheduled to start construction in Indonesia this year while the portfolios of these top developers contain USD $2.5 billion.

The BCI Asia Top 10 Awards for 2012 in the architecture category will be presented to;
· PT Airmas Asri
· PT Arkonin
· PT Duta Cermat Mandiri – Denton Corker Marshall
· PT Indomegah Cipta Bangun Citra
· PT Megatika International
· PT Pandega Desain Weharima – PDW (Planning and Development Workshop)
· PT Perentjana Djaja
· PT Prada Tata Internasional – PTI Architects
· PT Tetra Desain Indonesia
· PT Urbane Indonesia

In the developer’s category;
· PT Agung Podomoro Land Tbk
· PT Agung Sedayu Group
· PT Alam Sutera Realty Tbk
· PT Ciputra Development Tbk
· PT Intiland Development Tbk
· PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk
· PT Pakuwon Jati Tbk
· PT Paramount Serpong
· PT Summarecon Agung Tbk
· Sinar Mas Land

The BCI Asia Top 10 Awards highlight key industry players and move the spotlight onto national leading developers and architectural firms. The awards are bestowed to firms that will shape the built environment of tomorrow, enabling the market to better understand the important roles these firms play and their impact, both socially and on the environment.

BCI Asia Chairman, Dr. Matthias Krups said: “Examples of projects by this year’s Top 10 Award winners we see both, innovation for great designs and long-term solutions for sustainability. The fact that buildings are responsible for as much as one third of global greenhouse gas emissions and 40 percent of global energy used, is starting to be recognized stronger by the market players around the world. This is a trend BCI is happy to witness in Asia as well.”


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