Serena Yap: Leading Engineering for Humanity

August 13, 2019
What does the future of engineering look like? As we move towards a more sustainable world, Serena Yap, Aurecon’s Built Environment Leader in Singapore, reflects on the truth of every eminent project: that engineering requires humanity, just as much as humanity requires engineering. Serena imagines a world where we live and work in buildings that are suffused with warmth, that combine comfort with form and function. That’s what led her to explore designing with mass engineered timber. Empowered with storytelling skills from Aurecon’s Design Academy, Serena co-creates with clients to bring their artistic vision to life. Serena explores new technology, new methods of designing and construction, and new ways of engineering for humanity – ways that place the human experience front and centre. Imagine your career with Aurecon: https://bit.ly/33tI1Ii
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