GHD is one of the world's leading professional services companies operating in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation. We provide engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services to private and public sector clients.

Established in 1928 and privately owned by our people, GHD operates across five continents - Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America - and the Pacific region. We employ more than 10,000 people in 200+ offices to deliver projects with high standards of safety, quality and ethics across the entire asset value chain. Driven by a client-service led culture, we connect the knowledge, skill and experience of our people with innovative practices, technical capabilities and robust systems to create lasting community benefits.

Committed to sustainable development, GHD improves the physical, natural and social environments of the many communities in which we operate. We are guided by our workplace health, safety, quality and environmental management systems, which are certified to the relevant international standards (ISO and OHSAS).

In alignment with the global demands of water, energy and urbanisation, our aim is to exceed the expectations of our clients and contribute to their success.




The World Water Council believes that "water is everyone's business". At GHD, we make it our business to understand the issues and be at the forefront of the latest thinking and innovations to achieve effective water management and sustainability across the entire water cycle - from catchment to tap.

We do this by working with our clients to:

Energy & Resources

The UN-accredited global energy body, The World Energy Council, has coined the phrase "the grand transition" to describe the worldwide shift in energy sources from traditional high carbon to no or low carbon resources. The impact of this shift on governments, industry, business and communities is significant. Issues such as commodity price uncertainty, climate change, regional variances, electricity storage and prices, energy subsidies and efficiency, renewable energy and economic growth are front-of-mind for stakeholders around the globe.

At the same time, global urbanisation and development are continuing to drive long-term demand for resources. For example, China's Belt and Road Initiative involves a planned network of overland road and rail routes, oil and natural gas pipelines, and other infrastructure projects that will stretch from China and throughout Eurasia. This, and other mega infrastructure projects around the world, will continue to grow demand for resources.

At GHD, we have developed an end-to-end approach so that we can develop the right solutions for our clients in energy and resources markets. We do this by working with clients to:


As part of the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals, over 86 targets are concerned with the sustainability of our environment. Ensuring that the environments in which we live and work are maintained and enhanced, while also considering the global demands for water, energy and urbanisation, is integral to long-term sustainability.

At GHD, we help our clients investigate, plan, develop, design, build, maintain and improve the natural, built and social environment in an economically viable, environmentally responsible and socially acceptable way through:

Property & Buildings

The continued development and regeneration of our communities requires a sophisticated planning, design and project management approach. At GHD, we deliver seamless solutions that incorporate planning, economics, engineering, and management to help maximise return on investment.

Our clients seek robust solutions - those that are visually impressive, economically viable, environmentally sustainable, and resilient. We have developed decision making protocols, engagement practices and design procedures that allow us to tailor our approach to the specific project requirements.

At GHD, we work together with our clients to:


In his opening address at the first UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference in 2016, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that the answer to the world's transportation issues was not to decrease transportation, but to find ways to make it more sustainable. He also stressed the need to work together through partnerships to develop transportation solutions that improved human well-being, enhanced social progress and protected the planet.

At GHD, we subscribe to this philosophy and work together with our clients to:






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Address: 11th Floor Alphaland Southgate Tower, 2258 Chino Roces Avenue (corner EDSA), Makati City 1232, Metro Manila

Phone: +63 2 909 8600

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