Double win for S P Setia at FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards 2023

S P Setia sets its record as the Malaysian property developer with the most World Gold wins at the FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards, as it records 17 World Golds under its belt following its double win at the awards ceremony on June 8.

PETALING JAYA: S P Setia Bhd has clinched a double World Gold win at the FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards 2023, setting the record once again as the Malaysian property developer with the most wins with a total of 17 World Golds under its belt.

One of S P Setia’s award-winning Eco-series developments, Setia Eco Templer in Rawang, bagged the top accolade in the master plan category while Setia V Residences, Penang also took the top spot under the residential high rise category.

“Being recognised by this prestigious award again this year is a testament to our continuous efforts in shaping a better tomorrow for our communities and generations to come through the homes and spaces we build,” president and chief executive officer Datuk Choong Kai Wai said in a statement.

“With our focus on creating a greener future, we commit to being the drivers of change by transforming the way we live, integrating sustainable practices through our developments and operations, and crafting spaces that inspire, whilst being guided by our recently launched Sustainability Roadmap where we aim to achieve Net Zero by 2050,” he added.

Setia Eco Templer and Setia V Residences were also the winners under the master plan and residential high rise categories at the FIABCI Malaysia Property Award 2022 in March this year.

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