Group Policy Statements

Langdon & Seah Email Disclaimer
Email messages from Langdon & Seah and any files transmitted with it may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient, you should notify the sender and delete the email from your system.
Langdon & Seah has taken reasonable precautions to ensure no viruses are present in our emails and cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage arising from our emails or attachments.
Langdon & Seah does not endorse any opinions, conclusions and other information in the e-mail that do not relate to our business activities and Langdon & Seah cannot accept responsibility for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided.

Our Core Values

We perform business in an honest and responsible way, working to the highest professional standards.

Client Focus
We are entrepreneurial and agile, passionate about creating value for our clients and achieving high performance.

We believe in diversity, the power of global teamwork and that by working as one we can deliver exceptional outcomes.

We own the responsibility to sustain our world and society in a balanced way with health, safety and well-being of our people central to all we do.

Software Licensing Policy Statement 

Langdon & Seah recognizes and accord the highest respect for the intellectual work and property rights of computer software creators whose creative work determine the software’s form, manner, terms of publication and distribution.
Langdon & Seah acknowledges that software piracy:
•    Is the unauthorized copying or distribution of copyrighted software either by copying, downloading, sharing, selling, or installing multiple copies onto the personal or work computers
•    Infringes the intellectual, property and copyrights of computer software creators, developers, license holders and owner on reproductions and distributions
•    Inhibits future creative expansion of such work and software developments.

As a responsible corporation, Langdon & Seah will comply with all applicable national and international regulations against software piracy and infringements. Langdon & Seah will not tolerate any and all unauthorized copying of computer software in its operations.
All Langdon & Seah staff and contractors are responsible for ensuring that the software running on all computers operated or managed by them at Langdon & Seah office premises or for Langdon & Seah business purposes are appropriately licensed.
Langdon & Seah will deal strictly on any failure to observe this policy within all of its areas of business activities.

Website Legal Statement
Langdon & Seah publishes the information on this website is solely intended for general information purposes.  The information on this website is created by Langdon & Seah with reasonable care and attention.  However, it is possible that information on this site is incomplete or incorrect.   Langdon & Seah does not accept liability for direct or indirect losses resulting from using, trusting or acting upon information on this website. 
Links to third party websites
Where this website contains hyperlinks to websites of third parties, these linked websites are not under the control of Langdon & Seah.  Langdon & Seah does not accept any responsibility in any way for the contents of linked websites.
This website and its contents are protected by copyright and other proprietary rights.
Nothing on this website or its contents may be distributed, reproduced, stored in an automatic database, or published, in any form or in any way, electronically, mechanically or by photocopies, recordings or in any other way, without prior consent by Langdon & Seah.
Cookies Policy
Cookies are simple text files. Cookies don’t search your computer for information.  Cookies are necessary and enhance user's browsing experience.  Generally, cookies do not contain personal information from which user can be identified, unless you have furnished such information to the website. 
Langdon & Seah does not collect identifying information about visitors to our site.  However, this website uses cookies to track usage and help improve features and services of the site.  Our servers collect standard non-identifying information about visitors to the site, such as date and time visited, IP address, city, state, and country. This information is used to compile standard statistics on site usage. If you do not want cookies to be stored on your PC or device it is possible to disable this function without affecting your navigation around the site.  You can find instructions for managing cookie controls on websites for particular browsers, e.g. find more detailed information on disabling cookies from
If you provide us with personal identification (such as name and address) via e-mail or information request forms, the information will only be used to communicate with you to handle your request.
Privacy / Personal Data Protection Policy
Langdon & Seah respects the privacy of individuals.  Langdon & Seah views the correct and lawful handling of personal data as key to its success and dealings with third parties.  Langdon & Seah pledges that all its operating companies and offices shall comply with local laws and other norms pertaining to personal data protection.
Langdon & Seah collects and uses information about people with whom it communicates, and takes all reasonable precautions — including administrative, technical, and physical measures — to safeguard such personal information against loss, theft, and misuse, as well as against unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.
The Privacy / Personal Data Protection Policy of individual operating company or office (where applicable) can be obtained through the link posted on the respective operating company webpage.
Langdon & Seah reserves the right to amend such Privacy / Personal Data Protection Policy at any time and will place notice of any such amendments on the Langdon & Seah’s website, intranet or via such other suitable methods.  The Privacy / Personal Data Protection Policy is not intended to, nor does it, create any contractual rights, nor does it  create any contractual obligations on Langdon & Seah in respect of any other party or on behalf of any party.
Social Media Policy
Langdon & Seah recognize that the use of social media bears inherent risks and that we must protect company interests and prevent the inadvertent disclosure of sensitive or confidential information. Such information might include (but is not limited to) proprietary company knowledge such as Langdon & Seah's technology, systems, databases, figures, employee-related data and other non-public information related to Langdon & Seah's projects, clients and partners. It also encompasses client information shared in the execution of projects.
We ask all our employees - all full and temporary employees, contractors, agency staff or anyone else performing work on behalf of Langdon & Seah including employees of associated companies - to apply caution and use your best judgment when using company systems, tools and networks.
When an employee use of social media is clearly for personal reasons (i.e., to chat with friends or connect with relatives, as many do on Facebook), we ask that the employee refrain from discussing work-related topics, commenting on Langdon & Seah projects or employees, or making reference to Langdon & Seah or any of its related companies including ARCADIS.
When Langdon & Seah wishes to communicate publicly as a company - whether to the marketplace or to the general public - we have well-established means to do so. Only those members of staff officially designated by the companies are authorized to speak on behalf of the company, which they may do on various platforms.
Langdon & Seah complies with the ARCADIS Social Media Policy, which sets out the Rules of Engagement.
ARCADIS Global Business Principles.
All employees of Langdon & Seah are required to sign and comply with the ARCADIS Global Business Principles (“AGBP”).   The purpose of these AGBP is to further develop and implement our commitment to Integrity, which is one of our core values.
The details and full text of the AGBP is available through this link: