Singapore’s first non-residential building with BCA Green Mark Award (Platinum) (2015) and adopts a sustainability framework through an integrated approach that encompasses environmental, social and economic performances

The five-storey green building which will add over 8,600m2 of teaching-and-learning space to SMU’s city campus adopted hybrid structural system of Mass Engineered Timber (floor slabs), structural steel frames (beams and columns), prefab façade (external wall) and installs prefabricated MEP modules for its M&E services.

Singapore’s latest completed Integrated Construction and Prefabrication Hub, featuring highly mechanised production of precast concrete components.

The condominium development adopted advanced construction technology – Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) and is accorded BCA Green Mark (Platinum).


Singapore’s first non-residential building with BCA Green Mark Award (Platinum) (2015) and adopts a sustainability framework through an integrated approach that encompasses environmental, social and economic performances

The five-storey green building which will add over 8,600m2 of teaching-and-learning space to SMU’s city campus adopted hybrid structural system of Mass Engineered Timber (floor slabs), structural steel frames (beams and columns), prefab façade (external wall) and installs prefabricated MEP modules for its M&E services.

Singapore’s latest completed Integrated Construction and Prefabrication Hub, featuring highly mechanised production of precast concrete components.

Crowned Building of the Year at World Architecture Festival 2018 and accorded BCA Green Mark (Platinum), the Singapore’s first integrated vertical kampung (11-storey complex) fuses the collective efforts of seven government agencies, innovative integration of public housing for seniors with eldercare, childcare, healthcare and wellness facilities, amidst a lush green environment with Universal Design features

Designed by world-renowned architect Moshe Safdie, a key vision for Jewel Changi Airport is to be a multi-dimensional lifestyle destination at Changi Airport. The concept for Jewel stems from an extension of Singapore’s reputation of being a City in a Garden. It is also a juxtaposition where a park and a marketplace are situated side by side. Linked to Terminals 1’s arrival hall and via pedestrian bridges to Terminals 2 and 3, Jewel aims to bring a new travel and leisure experience to the passengers of the airport.

Led by People’s Association, the Singapore’s largest integrated community and lifestyle hub bring together multiple agencies/stakeholders and offer a comprehensive range of services and facilities. The hub is also easily accessible with an enhanced transportation node of 3 MRT stations, ensuring greater convenience and easy accessibility for all.

The condominium development adopted advanced construction technology – Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) and is accorded BCA Green Mark (GoldPlus).

TOPIC 1: Transforming the Aerospace Industry: Digital Innovation and Future of Manufacturing
DR. BICKY BHANGU, President - SE Asia, Pacific & South Korea, Rolls Royce Singapore Pte Ltd

• Growing demand for cleaner and more efficient power, coupled with increasing electrification, is revolutionising the aerospace industry

• Addressing these challenges requires creativity and innovation to develop products and services for the future

• Smart manufacturing is being enabled through digital solutions to significantly improve efficiency, quality and productivity

TOPIC 2: Accelerating Innovation and Transformation for a Sustainable, Resilient Built Environment
MS. LISA BATE, Chair, World Green Building Council

• Rapid urbanisation, expanding population and climate deterioration means the building and construction industry must innovate and transform

• Innovation in technology, collaboration and new financial models are creating people + planet + profit thinking, driving sustainability and resiliency 

• Design for Manufacturing & Assembly (DfMA), Internet of Things, Virtual/Augmented Reality, robotics and drones enable only; leadership and partnerships deliver

TOPIC 3: Digital and Business Model Innovation in Built Environment
DR. UWE KRUEGER, Head, Industrials, Business Services, Energy & Resources & Joint-Head, Portfolio Management Group, Temasek International Pte Ltd

• Prevailing productivity and innovation challenge in the construction industry

• Technology is enabling the rise of new and innovative business models

• Proliferation of promising and well-funded Construction Tech start-ups

PROF. GERARD GEORGE, Dean of Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University
TOPIC 1: Achieving Net Zero Carbon Buildings
MS. VICTORIA KATE BURROWS, Director, Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council

• Global trends towards decarbonising the world's buildings, as an essential strategy in responding to the climate emergency

• The need to address the full lifecycle of emissions, including upfront emissions from materials and construction

• Accelerating uptake, market capacity and delivery through the Green Building Council network

TOPIC 2: Forever Green
AR. TAI LEE SIANG, Executive Director, Building and Construction Authority

Following Advancing Net Zero campaign by WorldGBC, the quest for net zero carbon buildings began strongly in 2017. Singapore started its own journey of Super Low Energy SLE Buildings founded on the principles of multi-prong energy management. The big question remains: “Is Net Zero the ultimate cure for global warming?” This presentation seeks to expose the untapped potential of sustainable construction and operation. There is an urgent need to embrace circular thinking in the lifecycle of our built environment in order to produce and sustain better cities.

TOPIC 3: High Efficient Air Movers in Green Buildings
MR. UWE SIGLOCH, Head of Product and Market Management, ebm-papst GmbH & Co.KG

• Highlighting the concepts behind EC technology and its benefits 

• Comparing conventional AC technology and modern EC technology

• Showcasing Thailand Retrofitting Case Study 

• Avoiding Fan Operations in Resonance Mode  

MR. ALLAN TEO, Regional Head, Asia Pacific Network, World Green Building Council
TOPIC 1: Advancing Digital Delivery of Infrastructure Projects
MR. PAUL KING, Global Industry Sector Director, Construction, Bentley Systems

• Digital project delivery and asset management are enabling improvements through the entire asset lifecycle

• A new mindset is needed to exploit the potential of digitisation in the form of digital twins and common data environments

• Technologies such as constructioneering, reality modelling and mixed reality are creating better projects and smarter assets

TOPIC 2: Can the World Agree on Open Data Standards for the Built Environment?
DR. THOMAS LIEBICH, Director, AEC3 Deutschland GmbH

• Where are open standards defined (by industry-led organizations, such as buildingSMART and OGC) and formalized (e.g. in ISO) 

• What open standards are successfully introduced (e.g. ifc, gml, cityGML) and for the management framework around (e.g. ISO 19650, EN 17412)

• Examples of award-winning project that successfully utilized standards based solutions, new challenges (e.g. from cloud-based working) and outlook

Topic 3: Digital Construction towards Integrated Digital Delivery of 79 Robinson Road
AR. CHEN ZHONG XIAN, Associate Director, DCA Architects Pte Ltd
MR. DARRELL LIM JUN YAN, Architectural Associate, DCA Architects Pte Ltd
MR. JULIUS PEPITO, BIM Manager, Shimizu Corporation

• Engaging stakeholders through cloud-based collaborative platforms for design coordination and downstream defects management

• Demonstration the effectiveness of Virtual Design and Construction processes, integral to the off-site steel prefabrication

• Improving work flow and productivity with the use of  BIM

ER. MAK SWEE CHIANG, Associate Principal, Arup
TOPIC 1: Designing and Developing Green Cities
MR. WONG HEANG FINE, Group Chief Executive Officer, Surbana Jurong Pte Ltd

The planning of cities to operate optimally does not start from outside in, but rather from inside out. This means that for cities to operate with low carbon emissions and become sustainable cities, there is a need to ensure that each building is designed to be optimal in carbon neutrality. Collectively, these buildings form sustainable precincts which in turn form sustainable cities. This presentation discusses the strategies that could be adopted for such cities as a whole, and also highlights salient design changes that buildings need to go through, both in design thought leadership and the use of Passive and Active Technologies.

TOPIC 2: Creating a Carbon Neutral Sustainable City Precinct: Barangaroo South
MR. MICHAEL EDWARD LONG, Head of Sustainability, Asia, Lendlease

• Barangaroo South development has delivered innovation and leadership in sustainable place design and will be Australia’s first large scale Carbon Neutral precinct.

• We will share the key steps adopted to achieve Carbon Neutrality

TOPIC 3: Jurong Lake District – Blueprint for Creating a Resource-Efficient & Healthy District
MR. LIM TECK LEONG, Director (Physical Planning West) , Physical Planning Group , Urban Redevelopment Authority

• Make it compact, mixed-use and easy for people to move around without a car 

• Keep it cool with lots of greenery

• Design built environment to minimise resource usage, waste and pollution, and enhance people’s health and well-being.

MS. JESSICA CHEAM, Founder and Managing Editor, Eco-Business
TOPIC 1: How to Successfully Digitize Construction Sites with Mobile Solutions

• Innovation is not only about technology, but the need to put people at the heart of transformational projects

• Assess TRL (Technology Readiness Level) and how we should lead the change in an organization 

• Shares good practices and outcomes, with cases studies on Construction and Infrastructure projects focusing on what it takes to transform the construction practices on site

TOPIC 2: Productivity and Innovation in Construction to Accelerate Delivery
MR. NICHOLAS BRAND, Regional Director APAC, Mace

• Showcase of Mace's latest innovations in high-rise construction

• Application in construction projects of manufacturing principles and lean  

• Opportunities for increasing modern methods of construction to accelerate delivery   

TOPIC 3: Driving Transformational Change in Construction Productivity
MR. TAT JIN CHOO, Director, Kimly Construction Pte Ltd

• Challenges in Traditional and Today’s Construction Approach

• Introduction of DfMA and Kimly’s Journey in Adopting DfMA

• Transformation Roadmap Ahead – What’s Next?

ER. DR. JOHNNY WONG, Group Director (Building & Research Institute), Housing & Development Board
TOPIC 1: Climate Risk and Real Estate Investment Decision-making
MR. SCOTT DUNN, Vice President, AECOM and ULI Global Governing Trustee

• Introduction to Urban Land Institute’s Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance

• A warming world - risks and mitigation strategies for mixed use developments to measure and mitigate future climate change risks affecting the sustainability and physical resilience of properties.  

• Evolving health and wellness global trends in real estate what leaders are doing to integrate health into their development projects.

TOPIC 2: Creating Business Value Through Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
MS. ESTHER AN, Chief Sustainability Officer, City Developments Limited

• Climate emergency and related risks pose great threats to businesses in particular the building industry 

• Greening infrastructure and adopting lower carbon operations offer growth potential and business opportunities

• Sustainability innovation and green financing can help turn climate risks to business advantage   

TOPIC 3: How the construction industry can realise the increased investment opportunities
MR. BRIAN SHUPTRINE, Managing Director, South East Asia, Turner & Townsend

Looking into how the construction industry can achieve the forecast increase in investment demand and opportunity forecast by 2030. The current delivery model is fragmented and inefficient so the time to make a difference is running out – a disruption in the current delivery model is required. Embracing technology, applying long term whole of life asset decisions, adopting DfMA principles through global standards, and using sustainable principles to create a built environment that improves the lives of billions of people and the environment.

MS. YULANDA CHUNG, Head of Sustainability, Institutional Banking Group, DBS
MR. WILL MYLES, Global Director - Future Growth, RICS

TOPIC 1: Smarter FM and the Human Experience
MR. TONY DOWNES, Head of Engineering and Operations Solutions, Integrated Facilities Management, APAC JLL

• How we can leverage technology to be the enabler of a great Human Experience with Smarter FM

• Taking advantage of the evolution of sensor technology, IOT, AI and deep analytical capabilities to move from a reactive to a predictive FM environment

• Giving the individual a more direct ability to interact with their environment and enhance both their personal experience and productivity

TOPIC 2: Smart FM in Buildings and Estates’ Operations
MR. HEAH SOON POH, Assistant CEO, Engineering & Operations, JTC

• As the built environment develops and transforms, Smart FM has the capability to resolve the challenges in the built environment and FM sector

• JTC has integrated Smart FM into our building and estate operations as a solution for these challenges, and continues to push for its integration to create better and smarter estates

TOPIC 3: From Zero To One: Leapfrog Facilities Management with Applied Intelligence
MR. FUJI FOO, VP (Business Digitalisation), Certis CISCO

• Aligned with Singapore’s drive towards Digital Economy, Certis has taken the lead in the integrated services industry to transform and develop new capabilities to be future ready

• Certis has been undergoing a multi-faceted approach to enhance operational capabilities leveraging on technology. Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) are game changers in transforming the built industry, delivering better outcomes and providing opportunities for up-skilling employees

• Provides insight to how Certis leverages on Ops-Tech capabilities to remain competitive, transform and extend beyond traditional manpower services

MR. TONY KHOO, President, IFMA (Singapore Chapter) and Chief Executive Officer, EM Services Pte Ltd
TOPIC 1: Everything Inconvenient Will Change
DR. CHRIS LUEBKEMAN, Arup Fellow Director of Global Foresight, Research + Innovation, Arup

• The confluence of material and labour shortages, climate change and digital transformation is having a profound impact on the design, construction, management and re-use of the BE. Yet, there are many fundamentals which will never change – the industry is dedicated to creating safe and healthy places for people to thrive. 

• The digital revolution is giving a new appreciation of the intricate dance between access to deep date and performance optimization. 

• The data typology ranges in scale from our DNA to personal behaviours to asset performance to global environmental patterns – all of these will have an increasing role and impact on the BE.

TOPIC 2: The Future of Making
MR. NICOLAS MANGON, Vice President - Architecture, Engineering & Construction (Business Strategy and Marketing), Autodesk

• As the population grows, the demand for new and restored buildings and infrastructure is forcing architects, engineers and contractors to rethink the things they make, how they make them, and the way they work

• Provide insights on how the industry is adapting to the need to design and build more, but do it with less negative impact on the environment

TOPIC 3: Smart Cities 2.0: Using AI to Build Human-Centric Environments
DR. AYESHA KHANNA, Chief Executive Officer, ADDO AI

• New technologies like artificial intelligence, internet of things, and robotics can empower city residents to lead lives that are higher quality, more efficient and sustainable, and poised for economic growth

• The paradigm of Smart Cities has shifted from a centralised top-down model to an eco-system based model that is underpinned by data and driven by public-private sector players, many of whom are "Digital Native" companies that are complementing and  supplanting traditional players

• Provide case studies from Asia where the intersection of rapid urbanisation and digitalisation is creating the new Smart Cities 2.0 paradigm

MR. WILL MYLES, Global Director - Future Growth, RICS
TOPIC 1: Future of Design
DR. HOSSEIN REZAI, Founding Director, Web Structures & Milan Research Lab

• Addressing our evolving relationship with the environment

• Learning lessons from nature to be generous with form but frugal with materials

• Seeking new ways to translate the current generation’s unprecedented access to data and information into true knowledge and insight through technology integration

TOPIC 2: What to do Today to Prepare for Transformation Tomorrow
MR. JAMIE ROCHE, Chief Executive Officer, HELIX RE

• Addressing proliferation of innovation in proptech category

• Applying relevant lessons from similar transformation of eCommerce

• Identifying how large-scale digitization of assets will happen to truly realize the potential of smart buildings

TOPIC 3: Beneficial Utilization of Waste Materials for Construction Applications
DR. KELVIN LEE YANG PIN, Senior Technical Manager, Samwoh Innovation Centre

• Overview of various types of waste materials which can be used for construction applications

• The use of waste materials contributes to Singapore’s goal to become a Zero Waste nation

• Some of these waste materials include construction and demolition waste, asphalt waste, scrap tires and incineration ash from municipal solid waste

PROF. THOMAS SCHROEPFER, Professor and Founding Associate Head of Pillar , Singapore University of Technology and Design
TOPIC 1: Learnings for Mixed Developments
MR. CHENG HSING YAO, Group Managing Director, Guocoland (Singapore) Pte Ltd

• Observations on work-live-play trends and learnings from two case studies, Guoco Tower and Guoco Midtown

TOPIC 2: Office Of the Future
MS. SYLVIA KOH-GRATTON, Head, Asset Value Creation and Management, CapitaLand Commercial Management Pte Ltd
TOPIC 3: Designing For Life

• Changing the focus of project development to deliver long term sustainable solutions.

• Embedding operational thinking into design solutions

• Project success from a Whole Life Perspective

MS. JUNE CHUA, Executive Director, Cushman & Wakefield
TOPIC 1: Urban Forestry
DR. YIBO XU , Partner, Stefano Boeri Architetti China

• Vertical forest as a solution towards high-dense urban future

• Vertical farm and forest city as new scenarios

• Biodiversity and anti-anthropocentrism

Topic 2: Seeing the Light
MS. ANGELA SPATHONIS, Studio Director, Gensler

• To explore how biophilic design impacts the end users’ cognitive functionality and physiological well-being within the workplace

• To illustrate how biophilic design is integrated in real workplace projects around the world and the lessons we learned from local implementations

• To share our big bet for the future of workplace design and the integration of biophilia.

Topic 3: Nature and Healing: Creating Therapeutic Green Spaces in Built Environments
MS. M PUNGKOTHAI, Director/Community-in-Bloom & Skyrise Greenery, National Parks Board

MS. NG KIM HOON, Director, Healthcare Infrastructure Projects Division, MOH Holdings Pte Ltd

• Therapeutic gardens can be used by everyone to alleviate the stresses of city living. Local research studies has shown that contact with nature and the use of therapeutic horticulture therapy are beneficial to one’s physical and mental health, forming the scientific basis of Singapore’s therapeutic gardens.  The application of evidence-based design of therapeutic gardens in built environments can help significantly improve the well-being of the population and enhance liveability

• NParks is spearheading the development of therapeutic gardens (TG) as part of a community based solution to meet the diverse recreational and wellness needs of the community. MOHH have been a strong partner of this initiative and have been proactively incorporating TGs their nursing homes and medical facilities

ER. YVONNE SOH, Executive Director, Singapore Green Building Council
TOPIC 1: Architecture and Smart Innovation – an Integrated Collaborative Approach
MR. RON BAKKER , Founding Partner, PLP Architecture

• The history of architecture is peppered with moments of great progress caused by technological and societal changes.

• We need to address responsibilities and opportunities of building development on the planet’s health and the well-being of its inhabitants.

• Human sciences, smart systems, innovative materials, feedback learning and AI converge to create better places.

TOPIC 2: AI-Driven Workplaces of the Future – Driving Productivity’s Next Frontier
MR. ALVIN NG, Vice President, Digital Solutions, BT&S, Johnson Controls

• Executives from Microsoft and Johnson Controls will discuss the impact AI is already making in smart buildings and businesses across the globe

• Learn how AI is already driving new levels of productivity for businesses, building owners, managers and occupants today

• Discover how AI is assisting in finding value and driving ROI in the workplace to improve efficiency and productivity

TOPIC 3: Synergistic Architecture for Tomorrow
AR. SEAH CHEE HUANG, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, DP Architects Pte Ltd / President, Singapore Institute of Architects

• In our new digital era, society remains divided as silos still plague various socio-political, institutional and economic structures. 

• Tomorrow’s architecture must be anchored by sustainability and robust value systems to enhance physical and emotional connectivity within our communities. 

• Architecture for tomorrow examines core values that champion synergistic design through greater synthesis, societal empowerment and re-imagination of our future.

AR. LEONG-KOK SU MING, Managing Director, BCA Academy
TOPIC 1: Form Follows System
MR. WONG MUN SUMM, Founding Director, WOHA Architects Pte Ltd

• To address 21st century demands, global warming and climate change;

• Architecture and Urban Design now need to consider the integration of systems - green/blue, energy, food;

• City Planning and Urbanism should no longer consider mono use land parcels and standalone buildings and developments. 

TOPIC 2: Collaborating to Build a More Sustainable Future
MS. CINDY LIM, Managing Director, Keppel Urban Solutions

• The world is facing unprecedented challenges from the global trends of urbanization, ageing populations and climate change

• Address these urgent, multi-disciplinary issues would require even closer collaboration between the stakeholders from public and private sectors

• Share Keppel’s track record, how the company collaborates with best-in-class partners to co-create high quality work-live-play urban spaces, and how mindsets and business models must evolve to effectively tackle the challenges of today

TOPIC 3: Driving and Embracing Change in Construction
MR. YONG HSIN YI NEIL, Executive Director, Woh Hup (Private) Limited

• Describes the changing global landscape and trends and how it affects the construction industry

• Outlines Woh Hup’s growth as a contractor and our journey towards productivity and innovation

• Creating an environment within our organisation to allow innovation and change 

TOPIC 4: Integrated Collaboration – The New Normal?
MR. LEE ANG SENG, Managing Director, Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner (SE Asia) Pte Ltd

• Exploring the key benefits of collaboration through innovation and technology.

• How can the collaborative process be embraced and improved?

• Advocating the integration and collaboration from the beginning of the project lifecycle

AR. TAI LEE SIANG, Executive Director, Building and Construction Authority
ER. COLIN YIP, Buildings Digitals Leader & Associate, Arup Singapore Pte Ltd
08:00 - 11:00
TOPIC 1: Smart Estates Initiatives - Opening Remarks
MS. JANE LIM, Assistant Chief Executive Officer, Infocomm Media Development Authority

• Overview of Smart Estates Initiatives in Singapore

• How IMDA play a role to work with local and overseas developers, BE firms and tech vendors to develop smart estates

TOPIC 2: Punggol Digital District Project Showcase
MR. DAVID TAN, Assistant Chief Executive Officer, JTC Corporation

• Showcase of PDD, envisioned as a vibrant mixed-use district that would house the key growth sectors of the digital economy such as cybersecurity and other digital industries;

• A living lab to support technology solutions development;

• Overview of good practices, challenges and key learning points for the one-integrated-master-plan approach to bring together a business park, a university and community amenities

TOPIC 3: Smart Estates & its Opportunities in APAC
MR. ADAM BECK, Executive Director, Smart Cities Council

• Key features of Smart Estates

• Top 3 areas to look out for when building Smart Estates

• APAC as a growing region for Smart Cities/Estates and provide case study examples

TOPIC 4: Transforming Spaces with IoT, AI, Cloud
MR. RIMES MORTIMER, General Manager Applied Innovation & Incubation Enterprise Commercial Division, Microsoft

• Sharing of Microsoft HQ redesign experience and solutions provided by their partners

• Microsoft is investing $5 billion IoT over the next four years, part of that investment being dedicated to enabling a complete range of experiences in Smart Buildings and Smart Cities, from the creation of a Digital Twin, to smart energy and facilities management, workplace productivity, tenant customized experience, smart parking, safety & security and many more.

MR. KOH JOON HONG, Director, Facility Management Project Office, Building and Construction Authority
MS. JANE LIM, Assistant Chief Executive Officer, Infocomm Media Development Authority

Topic 1: The New Limits of a Connected Construction Ecosystem

MS. KAREN WEISS, Senior Industry Strategy Manager for Civil Infrastructure Owners, Autodesk
MR. DANIELS CHANDRA, Director, Design Technology, ONG & ONG
MR. MAREK SUCHOCKI, Civil Infrastructure Strategy Lead for EMEA, Autodesk
MR. MIKE EGGERS, Vice President, Product & Innovation, Project Frog Inc

• An increasing number of industry stakeholders have embraced IDD & DfMA for its exceptional value in upstream and downstream activities

• How IDD and DfMA can integrate the complete design-to-construction workflow as an efficient, collaborative digital effort

• Insights and best practices for the latest technologies that streamline design and engineering processes, as well as optimize architectural design for manufacturing

TOPIC 1: The Green Way to Grade A
MR. RICHARD PAINE, Managing Director, Paya Lebar Quarter, Lendlease Retail Pte Ltd

• Our Sustainability Framework

• Social Sustainability and Community Engagement

TOPIC 2: The Tapestry - Sustainable Homes Beyond Smart & Green
MR. ALFRED NG , Assistant Vice President, City Developments Limited

• Sustainable design consideration using passive façade design, CFD simulation and energy effective solutions

• Resource friendly design planning using BM &VDC simulation with QR code application to provide integrated digital delivery for DfMA construction. 

• Occupant wellness with smart home devising for sustainable lifestyle

MR. ANG KIAN SENG, Group Director, Environmental Sustainability, Building and Construction Authority

TOPIC 1: Implementation of Prefab MEP Module (TOM)

Share an overview of the processes involved in the planning, design, coordination, prefabrication, delivery and installation of prefab MEP modules. The interface between technologies such as BIM, IDD and Pre-Fab MEP will be discussed.

MR. GOUTHAM VIJAY, Technical Director, TOM
TOPIC 1: Against the Grain – Design Consideration of Timber Construction
ER. SERENA YAP, Technical Director, Built Environment Unit Leader, Aurecon

• Case study: NTU Academic Building South

• Benefits of timber construction

• Overcoming the engineering challenges of timber construction 

TOPIC 2: Applying Pre-Fabricated MEP Modules - The Healthcare Experience
ER. JOSEPH TOH, Head, MOH Holdings Pte Ltd

• Opportunities for Pre-Fab for MPE services in Healthcare Facilities

• Planning and Logistic

• Challenges

AR. THEODORE EC CHAN, Senior Director, CIAP Architects Pte Ltd
TOPIC 1: Decoding the Enhanced ETTV and RETV Formulations for Energy Efficient Building Envelopes
PROF. CHOU SIAW KIANG, Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore

• Fundamental understanding of the necessity and benefits of an enhanced ETTV/RETV formulation

• Appreciation of the key changes to the ETTV/RETV formulation

• Understanding the computation using the enhanced ETTV/RETV formulation

Topic 2: Tropical Facade Performance Recognition
AR. BENJAMIN TOWELL, Senior Architect, Green Building Policy Department, Environmental Sustainability Group , Building and Construction Authority

• Updates on the current and future methods for recognition of facade performance within BCA Green Mark and the forthcoming updates to the Code for Environmental Sustainability of Buildings

MR. MATHIEU MEUR, Director, DP Facade
MS. IRENE YONG, Director (Building Services), Beca
AR. OWEN WEE, Principal Architect, Surbana Jurong Consultants
TOPIC 1: Net Zero Energy Building – NUS SDE4
MS. JOY ESTHER GAI JIAZI, Principal Engineer, Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte. Ltd.

• To explore the net-zero energy and super low energy potential in tropical climate

• To share the NUS SDE4 building design considerations and its unique features

• To share the challenge and key considerations when designing a net-zero energy building

TOPIC 2: Samwoh Smart Hub - 1st Positive Energy Building in Singapore
MR. SCOTT HO JIA YEE, Senior Manager (Development & Commercial), Samwoh Corporation

• Description of Samwoh Smart Hub and the purpose of the building;

• Methods adopted to attain its high energy efficiency which includes use of passive and active technologies; and

• Discussion on premium paid for the green features over conventional facilities.

TOPIC 3: Effecting Change with Data: a Knowledge Portal for Super Low Energy Buildings
DR. JIN GUANG YU , Senior Manager, Green Building Technology, Built Environment Research and Innovation Institution, Building and Construction Authority

• Encouraging the Super Low Energy buildings by sharing knowledge 

• Using bigdata and AI technologies to help building owners to make smart decision on green technology adoption 

• Fostering closer collaborations among innovators to translate research outcomes to products and bring them to market adoption 

MR. JEFFERY NENG KWEI SUNG, Deputy Group Director, Facility Management Project Office Green Mark Department (New Development), Environmental Sustainability Group, Building and Construction Authority
TOPIC 1: Integrated Digital Workflow with OPEN BIM
MR. MARCELO MORIM, Business Development Manager/BIM Implementation, Graphisoft

The speaker will share how to leverage on OPEN BIM technology to develop Integrated Digital Workflow to be in line with Building & Construction Authority’s digitalisation plan. The topic will cover digitalisation of various stages of construction project with practical applications, especially on the use of computation BIM, and case studies.