Get an Exclusive Inside Look at P&G Singapore’s Amazing New Office Space

Friday, February 27, 2015 10:31 am EST

We wanted to take you inside to see our new P&G Singapore offices, which mark the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the growth of P&G's business in Asia.

Located in Singapore’s Metropolis business center, the new offices are a wonderful new home for P&G inspiration and creativity, while celebrating P&G’s unique Asian heritage.

Designed for superior flexibility and technology, the Metropolis allows our people to innovate with greater speed and agility.

Equipped with features such as abundant meeting rooms, generous floor spaces for open seating, state-of-the-art video conferencing capabilities and fully ergonomic workstations, it encourages flexibility and collaboration like never before.

Every floor has a choice of quiet areas, individual work spaces and open collaboration areas.

Outdoor working spaces with Sky Gardens provide a change in scenery with sweeping views of the Singapore skyline.

A dedicated Sky Café gives employees a venue to meet, work and enjoy breaks with coworkers.

Fully accessible workspaces allow employees with diverse needs to work seamlessly throughout the office. Nursing rooms in every floor, and dedicated multi-faith prayer rooms, also help meet these needs. 

Every floor has dedicated spaces where employees can relax with massages, or get personal health coaching from professional health consultants, any time of the work day.

The Metropolis is also one of the most sustainable sites in Singapore, with a Green Mark Plantinum rating—the country’s highest possible sustainability rating. With its state-of-the art advances in energy savings, water efficiency and environmental footprint reduction, P&G at the Metropolis collectively saves the equivalent of 19 football fields worth of trees every year.

Special window glazing keeps heat out while letting natural light in, which means significant savings on air-conditioning costs. Efficient lighting design reduces power usage by 34% without compromising brightness. Solar panels over 560 square meters of P&G’s top floor allow us to derive power from renewable energy. Rainwater is collected and recycled to irrigate the Metropolis grounds and Sky Gardens.


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