MINISTRY OF LAW CALLS CONSTRUCTION TENDER FOR RESTORATION PROJECT
In support of the expansion of Maxwell Chambers, the Ministry of Law (MinLaw) is refurbishing 28 Maxwell Road. It has hence since called tender for construction services to restore the conserved building on 28 Maxwell Road. For more information, please refer to the press release here.
MAXWELL CHAMBERS EXPANDS TO BOOST SINGAPORE'S STATUS AS DISPUTE RESOLUTION HUB
Maxwell Chambers is pleased to announced that it will be expanding its premises. For more information, please refer to the press release here.
NEW TRAFFIC DIRECTION AROUND MAXWELL CHAMBERS BUILDING
There have been some changes to the road directions within the vicinity of our premises. Please find more detailed information on the new traffic directions here.
MAXWELL CHAMBERS LAUDED AS A HEARING CENTRE
In Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) Hearing Centres Survey (2016), survey respondents remarked that Maxwell Chambers “stands out for the variety of room sizes, layouts to choose from, good natural lighting, easy availability and user-friendliness,“ and its “24-hour availability and holistic support“.
It was also found that Maxwell Chambers is ranked second for most of the key factors respondents look out for in choosing a hearing centre, such as location, IT services, and helpfulness of staff.
Additionally, Maxwell Chambers came up in second place for its perceived value of money relative to other centres and hotels.
This survey is part of GAR’s Guide to Regional Arbitration 2016.
MAXWELL CHAMBERS WINS ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE AWARD
In October 2012, Maxwell Chambers was conferred an Architectural Heritage Award from the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) of Singapore for heritage building conservation and restoration. URA noted that the former Customs House building, which was built in the 1930s, had been “impressively refurbished” through an “intriguing fusion of old and new”. The building was gazetted as a conservation building by the URA in 2007, and marked as the 88th historic site in Singapore by the National Heritage Board in 2010.