This month, Elmich products have popped up once again in the heart of the city as part of an architectural art installation. This imaginative installation is part of the annual i Light festival lighting up the city during the months of January and February.
A new joist system that is fully compatible with Elmich’s extensive family of VersiJack® pedestals has been released.
Designed to integrate seamlessly with VersiJack® height-adjustable pedestals, the new VersiJack® Aluminium Joist helps with the creation of a stable, versatile substructure for raised floor systems.
The 50,000 sqm Early Learning Village, is a collaboration between the Australian International School and the Stamford American International School. The innovative new shared campus consists of five buildings and more than 100 classrooms, designed specifically for children aged 18 months to six years old and is the first in the world on this scale for Early Years education.
Elmich believes in not only promoting sustainability for the built environment, but also for youths who will learn and grow in it.
Together with our business partner, Nature Landscapes, our Executive Chairman Mr Alan Lee donated $30,000 to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund during our Christmas Dinner Celebration on the 5th of December. Ms Tan Bee Heong, general manager of The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, was present at the event to receive the cheque from Elmich.
Elmich clinched two awards on its very first attempt at the Enterprise 50 (E50) Awards; ranking in the top 10 as well as taking home this year’s inaugural Special Recognition Award – Enterprise Transformation which serves as a testament to Elmich’s ability to transform, grow, and stay relevant in today’s business climate.
Elmich is proud to be a supporting partner of Landscape Industry Association Singapore (LIAS) in the creation of multiple traditional and reimagined Christmas trees at Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade as part of ChariTrees 2018, an annual charity event to show support for the less fortunate during the festive season. This year, proceeds from ChariTrees 2018 are going to The Business Times Budding Artists’ Fund, which seeks to make the arts accessible for children and youths from financially disadvantaged backgrounds.
Elmich’s Executive Chairman, Mr Alan Lee, was recognised by The Peak Singapore as one of the 10 leading entrepreneurs championing greening efforts in Singapore, earning him a spot in The Peak Power List 2018.
On 18 October, Elmich conducted a guest lecture for students from Singapore Polytechnic’s School of Architecture and Built Environment on ‘Engineered Urban Greenery Solutions’. Over 70 second-year students from the Diploma in Architecture course attended the sharing session to learn about Elmich’s provision of unique systems for creating Green Roofs and Green Walls around the world.
The recently concluded architecture festival in Singapore, Archifest 2018, saw over 150,000 visitors participating in the various events at the Festival Pavilion and around the island. Over two weeks from the 29th of September to the 10th of October, the public was invited to take part in the festivities and through it, come to appreciate and understand the spirit of architecture in Singapore. Read more
Elmich visited Nuremberg, Germany to exhibit at GaLaBau 2018 – The Leading International Trade Fair for Urban Green and Open Spaces The exhibition saw over 72,000 attendees and 1,253 exhibitors occupying the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre’s 14 halls. From our booth in Hall 3, we met many friends, potential clients, and business partners throughout the duration of the event, making our participation a meaningful and fruitful one.