SOUTHEAST ASIA BUILDING12 Nov 2021
ID21 celebrates 25 years of workplace transformation
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Singapore – From its humble beginnings in 1996, ID21 has grown in strength and capabilities over the past 25 years. Today, it is a multidisciplinary commercial design and build firm with a 90-strong team adept in the areas of interior design, project and construction management, mechanical and electrical, carpentry and procurement.

Ms Janet Ong, Founder and Managing Director of ID21, said, “ID21’s success is anchored on the diverse talents of our team, and the unwavering trust from our clients and partners. My team and I are united and driven by a common purpose to make a positive impact on communities through thoughtful yet functional design. “I am proud of every project that we have designed and delivered since Day One, and I am grateful for each like-minded professional that we have collaborated with for the past 25 years. As a company, there are many more exciting opportunities ahead of us, and we look forward to continue this journey of design excellence for many more years to come.

Indeed, ID21 has much to celebrate. Over the years, the homegrown firm has built an impressive track record spanning industries and sectors, from aviation and healthcare to banking, insurance, retail, media and entertainment. Beyond offices, it has transformed spaces such as retail showrooms, canteens, laboratories, coworking spaces, and office building lobbies in Singapore and overseas. Many of these projects have gone on to win recognition on the local and international stage. In the past two years, the company has pressed on and successfully completed numerous projects in spite of the challenges posed by the pandemic, and garnered various awards along the way.

In line with the company’s goal to positively impact lives, the company initiated and gave back to the local community in a few ways this year: Donation of office furniture to Care Corner Singapore from its office reinstatement projects; and Pro-bono design and build services for Red Pencil (Singapore).

Ms Ong added, “We see it as a privilege and take pride in being able to give back to the community by contributing our expertise, time and effort. It is our hope that we can continue to improve the well-being of others and make a meaningful impact in everything that we undertake as a team.”