The graduation ceremony for Temasek Polytechnic’s Diploma in Environment Design was held on 4th May 2021. Mr Samuel Lau Ee Bin, part of the course’s final intake, was awarded the Elmich Course Silver Medal.
COVID-19: Elmich Sources Infrared Thermometers Globally for Businesses in Need as Local Stocks Run Out
As the number of COVID-19 infected cases continues to escalate, Singapore is experiencing a shortage of masks, hand sanitizers and thermometers as everyone is finding personal means to monitor and control the outbreak. Elmich has volunteered to help businesses in dealing with the shortage by going to great lengths to source for infrared thermometers globally.
The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) celebrated its 10th year anniversary on the 23rd of October 2019 with a Gala Dinner at Shangri-La Hotel. Read more
Mr Muhammad Farhan, a recent graduate from Temasek Polytechnic, School of Design, Diploma of Environment Design, was awarded the Elmich Course Medal – Bronze Award for his Final Year Project, Rekindle. Read more
In March 2019, Elmich hosted 20 primary school students from FOGG (Fun of GrowinG) on their Building GREENS Architecture Camp at our headquarters in Singapore, in collaboration with The Nature Company. Read more
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 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.