To undertake consistently some of the biggest projects needs depth of resources. Creativity and personal service are best nurtured by the compact group where ‘small is beautiful’.

The strategic direction of the practice is guided by the executive board. The practice is organized into six design groups, each with a senior partner as leader. All of these individuals have been chosen for their proven track record over many years in the practice, combining creativity and attention to detail with delivery and management skills.

The groups are not shaped by specialization of building type or geographical location; Rather, each group has a rich cross-section of projects both large and small  This diversity is good for creativity, innovation and motivation. The tight-knit nature of the groups also ensures personal service and close contact between the design team and the client, from the first meetings to the hand-over of the finished building. As part of this process, key members of the design team will move with the project to the building site, wherever that is in the world, and will maintain a local office until the project is complete.

The design of each new project is reviewed regularly, both formally and informally. This process takes place under the direction of the design board, which has been created in the spirit of ‘challenging and being challenged’. The board balances the greater spread of responsibility in the groups with a broader overview of shared values, coupled to a process that can initiate design as well as review it.

The New Dimension of Design :
Companies face increasingly complex challenges--changing customer needs and uncertain market conditions. These challenges require a new dimension in thinking. One that doesn't follow trends, but set them. Our people embody this approach. future engineering is creative, bold, and forward thinking. We are equally strategic, analytical, and result oriented. future engineering do more than design buildings; they focus on building results. Our designers do more than make solutions beautiful--they make solutions profitable. It is the new dimension of design that creates inspired business solutions with results that last.

We believe in providing design solutions that are appropriate, and sensitive, to the surrounding physical environment. Every consideration is given to nature's elements - the wind, sun, land and water. The building must be in harmony with its environment. It must be a "good neighbor" in every meaning of that phrase.

Future engineering enjoys many long standing Joint Venture relationships and, Alliance relationships 
through our network of associates for project delivery.

Sustainable Design :
While architects cannot solve all the world’s ecological problems, we can design energy efficient, socially responsible buildings and we can influence transport patterns through urban planning. Importantly, sustainability also implies a way of building that is sensitive to its location and the culture that has shaped it. Although we work on a scale unimaginable 40 years ago, sustainability is an issue that has driven the work of the practice since the early days and continues to inform what we do today. It is a thread that runs through from the very beginning to the present and on into the future.
Sustainability is a word that has become fashionable over the last decade. However, sustainability is not a matter of fashion, but survival. The United Nations, in its latest Global Environmental Outlook, outlined a series of possible environmental scenarios for the next thirty years. At worst, it foresaw crises triggered by increasing water shortages, global warming and pollution. It suggested that these trends might be slowed, but only if nations work together to address radically the global consumption of natural resources and energy, and to halt man’s degradation of the environment.

It is generally accepted that global warming is due to rising atmospheric concentrations of ‘greenhouse’ gases – most importantly carbon dioxide and methane. But few people are aware that in the industrialized world buildings consume half the energy we generate and are responsible for half the carbon emissions, the remainder being divided almost equally between transport and industry. Architects clearly have a role to play in challenging this equation.
Sustainability requires us to think holistically. The location and function of a building; its flexibility and life span; its orientation, form and structure; its heating and ventilation systems and the materials used; together impact upon the amount of energy required to build and maintain it, and travel to and from it. Only by finding new solutions to these problems can we create sustainable forms of building for the future.

The incorporation of sustainable building ideas such as green building, intelligent building, and energy efficiency has long been an integral part of future engineering design excellence. We implement these concepts—through advanced building control systems, climatically responsive layouts, waste reduction principles, and natural day lighting—in projects executed throughout the world.

The sustainable design process recognizes that building materials—and the energy required to extract or create them—are not infinite and must be carefully considered during all aspects of design and construction, and even post-construction. Additionally, a sustainable building incorporates natural systems from daylight to fresh air, providing a superior environment for the occupants as well as a better long-term contribution to the surrounding environment.

Quality Assurance / Quality Control / Value Engineering (QA/QC/VE)
Role: To carry out QA/QC/VE exercises at every stage of design project and ensure the quality standards of project deliverables by:

Developing and updating QA/QC/VE policy to suit future engineering design environment.
Preparing QA/QC/VE procedures and implements in every design project at all design stages.
Ensuring on-time design project deliverables meeting with high quality standards, and the design is cost effective and energy efficient.

Coordinating and exploring shortcomings arising during the implementation and resolve with EM / PC / DA.
Ensure every design project is meeting Client’s requirements and professional standards.

Make awareness among the staff in the importance of QA/QC/VE by collecting and issuing related articles and literature periodically.