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 Rowan Murray (Ronstan) & Angus Macleod (Vector Foiltec) - Surbana Jurong - synthesis of Architecture and Engineering

Rowan Murray (Ronstan) & Angus Macleod (Vector Foiltec) - Surbana Jurong - synthesis of Architecture and Engineering


Rowan Murray

Rowan Murray is General Manager of Ronstan Tensile Architecture, a division of Ronstan International he founded with his partners in 1991 and which today is recognized as a leading global manufacturer, supplier and sub-contractor of tensile elements for Lightweight Architecture. Rowan’s knowledge of cables and cable structures has helped realize structures on three continents.  

Angus Macleod

Angus Macleod has been a Director of Vector Foiltec in Australia and New Zealand since 2003 and has delivered well over 75 ETFE projects in that region including Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, Eden Park Stadium’s Great South Stand in Auckland, Southern Cross Station in Melbourne.

In addition, Angus acts as one of the Technical Directors for the Vector Foiltec Group – primarily focussing on VF projects through SE Asia and Oceania. Significant projects include Changi Airport Jewel and the Surbana Jurong Campus, both in Singapore, Hong Kong’s Ocean Park Aquatic Centre and many others.

Angus has been actively involved in the design of lightweight structures and in particular ETFE systems for almost 30 years in various parts of the world and is one of Vector Foiltec’s key technical personnel globally.  He enjoys working collaboratively with Architects and other designers and adds value to any project through his long experience in bringing conceptual designs through to reality and also his experience in many building disciplines.

Title:  Surbana Jurong - synthesis of Architecture and Engineering.


A detailed look into the design and construction of three lightweight ETFE roofs with their unique support mechanisms of refined 2D parallel cable trusses.

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