How we work

Scoping

We recognise and respect the different priorities across organisations, sectors and countries; scoping is an essential part of our role to ensure we provide you value.

Strategy development

We use a range of services and technical expertise to develop strategies that will achieve commercially focused and long-term sustainability.

Implementation

We monitor the results of implemented features ensuring client objectives have been achieved, and develop strategies for continuous improvement.

What we do

Our approach is to examine the interaction and integration of systems to identify opportunities for improving efficiency, for example reduce energy demand in new or existing buildings or innovative system waste to resource strategies.

Solutions are tailored to clients’ needs, and cost-benefit analysis is undertaken ensuring economically viable long-term solutions that reduce impact on the environment across an organisation.

This approach is proven as the most cost and resource effective way of managing sustainability.

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Our work

Sustainable Integrated Resort, Bali

PT. Destar Rahayu, a development company based in Bali, engaged The GreenAsia Group to undertake a series of Integrative Design Process charrettes to assist in ensuring the long term sustainable development of its 1,014 hectare property in Gunung Salak, Tabanan.

IDP assists in an expected savings of SGD3.1m

A biotech manufacturing plant has projected energy savings of 17.2 GWh per annum, following the efforts made by its engineering department, and supported by the Integrative Design Process carried out by The GreenAsia Group. This could mean an expected $3.1m saved by the major pharmaceutical company each year.

International Rectifier Singapore Pte Ltd, Kaki Bukit Techview

A saving of 40% of their energy bill from IRSG’s baseline calculation which was based on their manufacturing load is expected after the IDP. Ongoing monitoring by The GreenAsia Group in 2014 will fine-tune the systems set in place, and enable IR to look at further savings.

Who we are

Our team

The GreenAsia Group was founded in 2007. With a core team and committed network of internationally respected experts, educators and environmentalists, we are well positioned to deliver world-class solutions to organisations in South East Asia.

Team accolades

The GreenAsia Group receives commendations from both their team and their clients.

Senior Technical Expert Energy and Senior Technical Expert Infrastructure, a major pharmaceutical company in Singapore
“The GreenAsia Group is bringing to the market a valuable service to reduce energy use, something which governments and companies worldwide are trying to achieve while still growing productivity. The GreenAsia Group makes energy reduction possible through its programmes to design energy needs out of a development. After the EDB’s introduction to the team, and with the assistance of the NEA through the Design for Efficiency scheme, The Group has added various elements to our plan for corporate health, safety and environment issues. We highly recommend their team and commend their dedication to detail.”

Gilda Sagrado, Director, PT Destar Rahayu
“The shareholders of PT Destar Rahayu and PT Gilda Loka Suya have worked together with The GreenAsia Group and Bradley T. Gardner since late 2012.
Bradley has provided valuable input during this time, and we appreciate his willingness to share his knowledge and experience of the hospitality industry, and his ideas for a new model for tourism.
The first charrette with The GreenAsia Group in December 2013 also gave us the opportunity to look at the many issues involved in the development of a truly sustainable project.”

Peter Lim, Director of Facilities, International Rectifier S. E. Asia Pte Ltd
“International Rectifier has worked with The GreenAsia Group since 2012. The team has shown dedication, commitment, and reliability – all of which has resulted in more than expected energy savings. We are convinced that TGAG is able to deliver performance-based results to any client who engages them; their input provides both environmental and financial benefits.”

Prof David Strong – TGAG Associate
“The GreenAsia Group (TGAG) are at the forefront of applying new ways of thinking to major construction projects and industrial processes. It has been stimulating and exciting to work with TGAG’s team of world class experts in Integrative Design and Low Pressure Loss Engineering, to deliver highly efficient and sustainable developments at reduced OPEX and CAPEX.  The approach adopted by TGAG results in exceptionally high levels of innovative and creative thinking. This enables developments to be delivered which address social, environmental and economic  sustainability issues in a holistic way by “designing-out” technical complexity and cost by rethinking, challenging and improving. It has been a pleasure and a privilege working with TGAG and I recommend them, without hesitation.”

Youssef Benamour, Directeur Général – Managing Director of Earth Property
“Please accept my sincere gratitude for fostering a true sense of excellence in construction it has been a true pleasure to collaborate, hopefully more to come.”

Youssef Benamour, Directeur Général – Managing Director of Earth Property
“The GreenAsia Group is the right partner for sustainable construction.  The team is world class, and dedicated to excellence in building.”

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
Lee Eng Lock’s “world-leading HVAC design and engineering that shows the rest of the world how much energy can be saved through good engineering, innovative design, and attention to details.”

Amory Lovins, Co-founder, Chairman and Chief Scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute
“In my view, HVAC design divides into two eras, B.L. and A.L.—Before Lee and After Lee—so revolutionary has been his impact on how the best mechanical designers think and work. Mechanical design will never be the same. The slow fuse is lit, and the change is irreversible, thanks to the irresistible power of his ideas.”

Who we support

Begawan Foundation

Begawan Foundation was established in 1999 by Bradley and Debbie Gardner, with the aim to initiate programs that would benefit local people, especially in terms of conserving the natural environment and satisfying their needs in the areas of education and healthcare. TGAG supports Begawan Foundation

Why

Sustainability matters

Every day we are reminded of the devastating direct and in-direct impact that irresponsible waste of the earth’s resources has on our natural environments and local communities. We are committed to mitigating the impact through increasing awareness and drawing synergies with commercial drivers. If you are too, get in touch.

“The largest opportunity to save the Planet is through energy efficient design. Regularly reassessing our assumptions to ensure that the preservation of environmental, social and financial integrity through continuous and accurate monitoring, are priority.”

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