Meet the independent panel of judges who will determine the most outstanding developers, developments, and designs in the country
In the span of 17 years, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series has been recognising the revolutionary industry players of today, along with their groundbreaking developments, designs, and solutions.
These developers and designers have competed to make a lasting impact on the country, the environment, and the users, but to also capture the attention of the independent panel of judges, who are revered leaders in their respective fields.
As the Awards programme in Malaysia celebrates its 9th anniversary, we are proud to add more respected names to our roster of judges as we merge the iProperty Development Excellence Awards (iDEA) with the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) to present the 9th PropertyGuru Asia Awards Malaysia in partnership with iProperty.com.my — a much bigger, better, and bolder awards presentation for the Best in Malaysia.
As with our previous ceremonies, our independent panel of judges will evaluate candidates based on the criteria set for each category. HLB, an award-winning global network of auditing and accountancy firms, will be supervising to the entire process to ensure that our judges remain impartial and fair, and continue to uphold the brand’s core values of credibility, fairness, and transparency.
Now, without further ado, we present to you the esteemed judging panel of the 9th PropertyGuru Asia Awards Malaysia in partnership with iProperty.com.my:
Find out more about the judging process at asiapropertyawards.com/judging-process/
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