09:00

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).

14:00

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).

09:00
09:15

Be Part Of The Transformation

The digital economy is transforming the way we live and work, including the way we build. This session will provide insights into how BE industry players could harness the power of technology and innovations to transform the BE sector and stay ahead of the curve. e.g., disruptive thinking, innovation and technology, transformation

11:00

Making Net Zero Energy Buildings Work

This session will share on the next wave of the green building journey and showcase exemplary Net Zero Energy projects, which are pushing the boundaries of technology and design to provide inspirational models of success.

Gaining your Digital Competitive Edge

Digital technologies provide new tools and techniques that are set to fundamentally reshape the industry for years to come. Improving the way data is collected and applied can drastically advance the efficiency and agility of businesses. This session will feature new digital technologies and innovations that are applicable to the BE sector, and examine how such technologies could enhance the way we design and build.

 

12:30
14:00

District-wide Initiatives for Green & Carbon Neutrality

This session will look at how green and carbon neutral initiatives and projects, when elevated to a larger district-wide level, can collectively create greater positive impacts to the built environment through sustainable planning and strategies.

 

Modernising Construction

The session will showcase and examine how productive technologies like Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) and digital enablers, as a catalyst for creativity and innovation, can transform the design, construction and assembly processes for greater productivity.

16:00

Attracting Investments by Building Sustainably

Increasingly, there is a growing interest in sustainable buildings as more investors realise that environmental factors have a great impact on the value of a real estate property. This session will explore the emerging market trends, financial solutions and service offerings that can make the BE value chain more robust. In the age of technology innovation, can new technology help mobilise investment to meet growing demand for infrastructure and real estate?

The Next Frontier of Smarter Buildings

The adoption of Smart FM solutions, ranging from intelligent energy management to digital technology, is upending traditional building management approaches. This session will explore how Smart FM solutions can optimise building operations and maintenance, bringing about greater efficiency and cost savings.

19:00
09:00

Digital Revolution in a Whole New World

Digitalisation has taken hold of almost every market possible from professional services to heavy engineering. This session will share how future digital technologies and innovation would revolutionise and shape the BE value chain. What are some of the key future technology trends that could be engines of growth for the BE sector in the face of the fourth industry revolution?

11:00

The Next Wave of Game Changing Innovations

Big data, robotics and other innovative technologies will have a major role to play in the future of the built environment. With the pace of innovation accelerating, the future of construction holds endless possibilities. This session will discuss how the BE sector can maximise the benefits of game-changing technologies to unlock the potential to leapfrog the sector's advancement.

What Tomorrow's Consumers Want

Changing consumer expectations and behaviours could well be among the biggest market disruptor which BE stakeholders need to actively respond and adapt to. The session will provide insights into key consumer trends in real estate development and provide inspirations on the shaping of future developments.

 

12:30
14:00

Improving Liveability through Greener & Healthier Spaces

With rapid urbanisation, there has been a stronger push for greener and healthier spaces, which provide an array of benefits to support the well-being of the occupants. The session will provide insights into how wellness and biophilic concepts can be integrated with design to uplift the quality of our living spaces.

What Tomorrow's Buildings Look Like

Buildings of today are already evolving to be smarter, more digitally advanced, regenerative and people-centric in design. What would tomorrow's buildings offer? The session will look into today's trends and explore tomorrow's opportunities, to inspire the making of tomorrow's buildings.

16:00

Towards a Shared Vision

Sharing a common vision and collaboration are key to driving transformation and innovation. This session will feature BE leaders who will give their insights on how they see the sector advancing together. The session will also serve as a summary of the key discussions at the IBEC, distilling key takeaways for the BE value chain.

08:00

For C-suite (By invitation only): Transformation of the Built Environment Sector

09:00

Punggol Digital District (BCA-IMDA)

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11:00

Paya Lebar Quarter (Lendlease) & CDL's project (TBC)

Implementation of Prefab MEP Module (TOM)

12:30
14:00

NTU Academic Building South (Aurecon) & Woodlands Healthcare Campus (MOHH)

Decoding Enhanced EETV and RETV Formulations for Energy Efficient Building Envelopes (Technoform)

16:00
通过开放式BIM整合数字化工作流程(Graphicsoft)

Integrated Digital Workflow with Open BIM (Graphisoft)