5 - 9 September 2022
Sands Expo & Convention Centre


You may purchase the site tours as add-ons to enhance your networking experience at IBEW Conference 2022.

Learning journeys to exemplary local projects with notable efforts in environmental sustainability and DfMA adoption.

Monday, 5 September 2022

AM Session: 09:00AM - 12:00PM  │ PM Session: 2.00PM - 5.00PM


  • Each site will host two tour sessions, one in the morning and another in the afternoon.
  • If you choose a full day tour (AM & PM sessions), lunch will be provided.
  • Please ensure that you wear comfortable and covered shoes as some sites are active construction sites.
  • Please ensure that you provide a contactable mobile phone number during registration as we will need to communicate with you prior.
  • Further email and instructions will be provided in August, before your site tour. 


Avenue South Residence

Development type
High rise residential

Along Silat Avenue, S168871

Expected Top

Q2/Q3 2023

Project Summary

  • 2 blocks of 56-storey condominium development

  • World’s tallest PPVC project
  • Total 3034 concrete modules were installed
  • Archi / Interior design work in progress

Project Team

  • UOL Venture Investments Pte. Ltd. (Developer)
  • UIC Homes Pte. Ltd. (Developer)
  • Kheng Leong Company (Private) Limited (Developer)
  • ADDP Architects LLP (Architects)
  • TW-Asia Consultants Pte Ltd (C&S Consultant)
  • J Roger Preston(s) Pte Ltd (M&E Consultant)
  • United Tec Construction Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)



BCAA Phase 2

Development type

200 Braddell Road, S579700

Expected Top

Q4 2022

Project Summary

  • A campus exemplifies productivity improvement with adoption of multi DfMA technologies within a same development

  • A living lab that pushes the boundaries of sustainable design in both construction and operation

  • GM Zero Energy and Super-Low Energy Buildings

Project Team

  • BCA Academy (Developer)
  • ADDP Architects LLP (Architects)
  • ECAS Consultants Pte Ltd (C&S Consultant)
  • Mott Macdonald Singapore Pte Ltd (M&E Consultant)
  • Dragages Singapore Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)


Bukit Canberra

Development type
Sports & Community 

21 Canberra Link, S756973

Expected Top

Phased TOP from Q3 2022

Project Summary

  • Vision: A vibrant, accessible and integrated community hub with sport facilities in a park setting for residents to enjoy.

  • Key Facilities: Indoor sport hall, swimming pools, gym, fitness studios, hawker centre, polyclinic, senior care centre, child care centre, park and monument.

Project Team

  • Sport Singapore (SportSG) (Developer)
  • Arcadis Pte Ltd (Project Manager)
  • DP Architects Pte Ltd (Architect)
  • T.Y. Lin International Pte Ltd (C&S Engineer)
  • AECOM Singapore Pte Ltd (M&E Engineer)
  • Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl Pte Ltd (Landscape Architect)
  • AECOM Cost Consulting And Project Management (Singapore) Pte Ltd (Quantity Surveyor)
  • Rich Construction Company Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)


DBS Newton Green

Only available for AM session


Development type

135 Bukit Timah Road, S’229837

Project Summary

  • An existing 30-year-old four-storey office building retrofitted into Singapore’s first net zero development by a bank
  • Retrofitting works include a biophilic façade with bamboo slats and livings plants that have been specially selected to provide suitable refuge for threatened butterfly and bird species native to Singapore
  • The building incorporates a slew of net zero technologies and design features to ensure that its Newton development produces as much energy as it consumes
  • Expected to bring the retrofitted building's net energy consumption of about 845,000 kWh annually to zero (equivalent to energy consumed by around 200 four-room HDB homes in Singapore for a year)
  • Energy requirements of the building generated via over 1,000 m2 of solar panels on its rooftop
  • GM Platinum Zero Energy Building

Project Team

  • DBS (Developer)
  • KAIA Architects (Architects/Structural consultant)
  • CCA & Partners (M&E Consultant)
  • GreenA Consultants (Sustainability Consultant)
  • Dong Jian Construction Pte Ltd (Main Contractor) 



Irwell Hill Residences

Development type
High-Rise Residential

2 Irwell Hill, S’239588
6 Irwell Hill, S’239590

Expected Top

Q1 2025 (under development with on-going PPVC installation)

Project Summary

  • 2 blocks of 36-storey condominium development
  • Situated at Orchard / River Valley precinct with challenges in logistic arrangement
  • Total 1489 concrete PPVC modules to be installed
  • PPVC installation in progress
  • Expected to TOP Q1 2025

Project Team

  • CDL Perseus Pte Ltd (Developer)
  • MVRDV (Concept Architect)
  • ADDP Architects LLP (Principal Architect)
  • TW-ASIA Consultants Pte Ltd (Structural Consultant)
  • United Project Consultants Pte Ltd (M&E Consultant)
  • Woh Hup (Private) Limited (Main Contractor)
  • Mod Prefab Private Limited (PPVC Supplier)



NTU Academic Building South

Development type

Along Nanyang Drive, NTU

Expected Top

Q3/Q4 2022

Project Summary

  • 6-storey Mass Engineered Timber (MET) academic building  

  • Asia’s largest timber building at 40,000m2

  • GM Platinum Zero Energy Building

  • Completing architectural & MEP work

Project Team

  • Nanyang Technological University (NTU)(Developer)
  • RSP Architects Planners and Engineers (Architects)
  • Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects (TIAA) (Design Consultant)
  • Aurecon Singapore (Pte) Ltd (C&S Consultant)
  • Squire Mech Pte Ltd (M&E Consultant)
  • WTP Partnership (S) Pte Ltd (Quantity Surveyor)
  • Newcon Builders Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)
  • Steeltech Industries Pte Ltd (MET Specialist)



PSA Horizons and PSA Alongside

Development type

3 Harbour Drive, S117404

Project Summary

  • The new PSA corporate headquarters features flexible and open-plan spaces enhanced with smart technology for work, learning, research and play

  • A 20-storey office block with an Innovation Centre and PSA University; and a 4-storey ancillary block with a recreation club and sports facilities

  • GM Platinum that adopted building energy-efficient, orientation studies, passive energy-saving design, and optimized M&E systems

Project Team

  • PSA Corporation Limited (Developer)
  • DCA Architects Pte Ltd (Architects)
  • RSP Architects Planners and Engineers (Pte) Ltd (C&S Consultant)
  • Surbana International Consultants Pte Ltd (M&E Consultant)
  • Lum Chang Building Contractors Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)


Singtel Waterfront Theatre at Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay

Only available for PM session


Development type

1, Esplanade Drive, S038981

Expected Top

Q3 2022

Project Summary

  • The newest four-storey medium-sized multi-format venue to play host to many more new works that express the stories, creativity and artistic talent of Singapore and the region

  • Gained recognition (Honourable Mention) at S.Arch 2020

Project Team

  • The Esplanade Co Ltd (Developer)
  • Architects 61 Pte Ltd (Architect)
  • Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd (C&S Consultant)
  • J Roger Preston Ltd (M&E Consultant)
  • SIPM Consultants Pte Ltd (PM)
  • Rider Levett Bucknall LLP (QS)
  • Expand Construction Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)
  • Hetat Pte Ltd (Steel Fabricator)



Surbana Jurong Campus


Development type

38 Cleantech Loop, S636741


Under development

Project Summary

  • The Surbana Jurong Campus marks a new and exciting chapter in the group’s growth and innovation story. The 68,915 m2 development is an exemplar of a people-centric, future-ready workplace that pushes the boundaries of smart, green and liveable design. This “Jewel of the West” will be a living showcase where visitors can learn more about the sustainable practices that SJ is driving in the built environment. 
  • Situated on a greenfield site, the SJ Campus embraces a biophilic design philosophy and embodies the character of Singapore as a garden city, integrating urban structure and natural landscape while showcasing the history and competencies of the SJ Group. It boasts 100% green area replacement, in harmony with the surrounding natural space. More than half of the existing green area is maintained, while remaining landscape lost is substituted with roof and indoor gardens. The lush environment is conducive for outdoor exercise and connecting with nature. The Campus will also be a home away from home as a destination not just for employees but also their families.

  • The SJ Campus is the first building to achieve Green Mark Platinum Super Low Energy, with highest Gross Floor Area (GFA). It is also one of the largest developments in Singapore to fully implement underfloor air distribution for improved indoor air quality and energy savings. Solar panels on upper-level roofs will generate renewable energy of around 389MWH per annum, the equivalent of powering 1,100 four-room HDB flats. Other features include self-shading facade to maximise natural light and minimise solar heat gain, as well as a smart lighting system which integrates daylight sensors and motion detectors for reduced energy consumption.

Project Team

  • Surbana Jurong Capital (JID) - (Development Manager)
  • Safdie Surbana Jurong (Architectural Designer)
  • Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd (architect QP)
  • KTP Consultants Pte Ltd (C&S Consultant)
  • Surbana Jurong Consultants (M&E Consultant)
  • Boustead Projects E&C Pte Ltd (Main Contractor)
  • SMM Pte Ltd (Facilities Management)
  • SIPM Consultants Pte Ltd (Project Management)