Max Shea


Director, Threesixty Cost Management Pte Ltd (Subsidiary of Surbana Jurong)

Max joined the Surbana Jurong Group in April 2017, as Principal Cost Manager. He also serves as Director of Threesixty Cost Management. Max holds a Bachelor of Construction Management and Economics (Hons) from the University of South Australia and has more than 10 years working experience in Australia and Singapore. Max is a Certified Quantity Surveyor with the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, and is a professional and certified member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS), and Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers (SISV). Max is an active member of the Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) and SISV young member movement, and he currently serves the APC Committee in SISV. Max currently spearheads the cost research group in Threesixty Cost Management and is familiar with all aspects of Quantity Surveying works in both the public and private sector.

2019 Singapore Construction Market Review and Outlook

2018 marked the 10-year anniversary of the 2008 global financial crisis. As financial markets are inherently cyclical, economies are bracing for a few challenging years ahead. Analysts are anticipating higher risk period for stocks and bonds, with the bull market losing its momentum. The global economy is projected for slower

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Pre-Fabricated Pre-Finished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) For Residential Projects

Over the last 2 years, in response to BCA’s roadmap for construction productivity, the industry has seen an upsurge of game-changing technologies and the adoption of innovative building methods. Perhaps one of the more talked about is PPVC (pre-fabricated pre-finished volumetric construction), or more commonly known as “Lego” building. The

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2018 Singapore Construction Market Review and Outlook

Continuing the trend that prevailed in 2016, 2017 has characteristically seen a downward trend in construction volume in the private sector, although the public sector’s somewhat sustained spending in infrastructure projects helped to ameliorate the gloom. The dampened private housing market seems to be finally bottoming out as property prices

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