Egis is a major international construction engineering and mobility services group with €1.07bn annual turnover and a global workforce of 16,000 employees (2020). Egis has 19 offices and now over 1,900 employees in the Asia Pacific, bringing together design, engineering and O&M services across the Greater China, South-East Asia and the Oceania markets. We serve some of the world’s most iconic and innovative infrastructure projects in a diverse region with a bright outlook for growth.
Sunland is a leading consultancy headquartered in Hong Kong with offices spanning across Mainland China, employing over 130 staff across a wide range of functions and specialities. Sunland is a Band 1 AACSB building services engineering consultant registered in Hong Kong servicing both the public and private sectors, with projects covering the commercial and retail sectors, healthcare, institutional, industrial facilities, hospitality, residential, and many more etc.
The acquisition of Sunland is an investment that strengthens Egis’ presence in the region. With the new Asia Pacific headquarter inaugurated in Hong Kong in September 2021, this acquisition is a significant step forward allowing Egis to bridge our unique global offerings with strong local footprint, practice and expertise inherited from Sunland to serve clients on design, MEP, project management, sustainability consultancy and testing & commissioning projects.
“We are excited to have Sunland onboard. Localisation is key to bringing our global knowledge to local markets, this is part of our Group Strategy to 2026, particularly for mature international markets such as Hong Kong and Mainland China. We look forward to extending our multidisciplinary services to our partners and prestigious clients in the region.” Said Dr. Hongyu Li, CEO of Egis Asia Pacific. “We are very pleased to have Sunland’s talented and experienced team joining the Egis family. And I look forward to meeting and working with the team in person, as we continue to advance our development in the region and scale new heights,” she further added.