Ms. Foo Chin Peng


M. Sc. (World Heritage Conservation), MBA, M.Sc. (Mech Eng)
B.Eng. (Mech&Prod)


Aside from being the administrator of the organization, Chin Peng manages building audit projects and played instrumental roles in those involving indoor environment issues. Amongst her recent works include mold infestation problems and indoor environmental issues. She has developed mould investigation and testing procedures using traditional and modern techniques for systematic analysis of affected space. Her diagnosis works involved metal (stainless steel, aluminum, iron and titanium) and glass.

She leads Research and Development projects within the organization to develop new products and services. She was principal in the development of asset inspection software, aimed at improving productivity, and minimizing errors. Her other key role includes identifying and adopting suitable techniques for diagnosis. These were achieved through intensive networking with industry partners, government agencies and commercial organizations. Her works has developed several applications in the organization including ARCGIS, mold investigation, diagnosis, testing and decontamination, building science involving simulation tool WUFI (Wärme Und Feuchte Instationär developed by Fraunhofer Institute, Germany) and ANSYS

Her other pet interests include conservation of heritage assets such including buildings, bronze statues, cast iron fountains and other architectural structures. She has keen interest in  latest technology particularly relating to building science and Internet of Things.

Conference Presentation

  • Mold Infestation in Buildings of Warm Humid Climate – Case Studies at Healthy Buildings 2017 Europe
  • Investigation and Diagnosis of Mold Infestation in Buildings of Warm Humid Climate at Healthy Buildings Asia 2018
  • Restoration and Moisture Investigation Methods in Singapore, Invited speaker at Australia Restoration Conference and Trade Show 2018

She is a member of ISIAQ (International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate) and IAQA (Indoor Air Quality Association, Singapore Chapter).