Goh join AHMM in 2006, prior to which he lived and practised as an architect in Australia. At AHMM, Goh has accumulated many years of experience developing technical solutions and specifications in commercial and mixed-use projects. Goh worked on 61 Oxford Street, notable for its curved glass facade, for which he led the facade package and was closely involved with the delivery of the building. Other key projects include two new headquarters for an international technology company in central London. He has most recently been working on a mixed use scheme in Canada Water; the redevelopment of a listed modernist building on the South Bank; and Elizabeth House, an office-led mixed use development next to Waterloo Station. Goh also represents AHMM at the Wren Technical Forum hosted by the mutual architectural PI insurer, and is a member of the AHMM CDM committee. He was made an Associate in 2021.