In Focus

A Warm Welcome to SGBC New Members

-   Armstrong (Singapore) Pte Ltd
-   Cheap & Beauty Teak Parquet Pte Ltd
-   DFS Initiative Pte Ltd
-   DNT Singapore Pte Ltd
-   Dupont Company (Singapore) Pte Ltd
-   GIB Automation Pte Ltd
-   GreenVineDesign
-   IES Engineering (S) Pte. Ltd.
-   Memsco Asia Pte Ltd
-   Pomeroy Studio Pte Ltd
-   Sin Lek Building Materials Pte Ltd
-   Singapore Sports Council
-   Sunray Woodcraft Construction Pte Ltd
-   TA Hydronics Pte Ltd
-   Vacon Pte Ltd

To learn more about our new members, please click here
Upcoming Events
    • 24Apr 14
      SGBC-National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) Dialogue on Energy-Efficiency Opportunities
    • 30Apr 14
      SGBC-Italian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (ICCS) Networking Forum
    • 8-9May14
      GBC Indonesia Green Building Conference : Jakarta, Indonesia
    • 21May14
      SGBC-Austrian Embassy Networking Forum
    • 20-22May14
      Urban Land Institute Asia Pacific Summit 2014 : Hong Kong

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NEWS and TRENDS
      • 26Mar 14
        Media Release - APN awards - Green building awards gain momentum [ Read More ]
        • 5Mar 14
          WorldGBC inaugural Asia Pacific Regional Leadership Awards in Green Building: Call for Nominations [ Read More ]
          • 3Mar 14
            Global Project to Boost Business Case for Health and Productivity Benefits of Green Buildings [ Read More ]
            • 4Feb 14
              World Green Building Council appoints New Board of Directors [ Read More ]

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Special Feature

  • WorldGBC launches inaugural Asia Pacific Regional Leadership Awards in Green Building

    WorldGBC has launched the inaugural Asia Pacific Regional Leadership Awards in Green Building to provide a platform for your company to promote its achievements, and share industry's best practice green building solutions with the region.

    The awards are now open to companies large and small, as well as to projects across the region.

    Read more about the awards and how you can submit your nominations Here.


  • SGBC Office has moved to King's Centre - a Green Mark Platinum Building

    Our new address and contact numbers are:

    390 Havelock Road #06-05, King's Centre Singapore 169662

    Tel: +65 6732 5518 Fax +65 6732 5517

    We look forward to seeing you in our new office. 


  • Share Your Views on the Impact of Building Design on Health and Productivity

    The WorldGBC, of which SGBC is an Established Member, is pleased to be partnering with McGraw Hill Construction on a new study looking at the impact of buildings on the health of their occupants, and we encourage all of our members to participate.

    Online Survey
    The survey will demonstrate industry awareness and consideration of health issues during project design and construction, the benefits experienced, drivers and obstacles, and the top categories of practices and products used.

    If you are a building professional (architect, engineer, contractor, building owner/manager), click here to begin the survey.
    If you are an HR professional, click here to begin the survey.

    For more information, please visit here.

  • Launch of Green Schools Initiative

    SGBC has launched a new programme for schools - the Green Schools Initiative. The programme aims to equip students and schools with an understanding of the role that buildings play in environmental sustainability, and the impact that building design and technology have on the performance of buildings. Green Schools Initiative is built on the foundation laid by Project Green Insights - SGBC’s recently completed schools project on smarter buildings that was funded by the IBM Centennial Grant.

    For more details, please refer to the press release.


  • Ministry of Trade & Industry (MTI) Committee of Supply (COS) 2014

    Minister Lim Hng Kiang, Second Minister S Iswaran, SMS Lee Yi Shyan and MOS Teo Ser Luck, delivered their Committee of Supply speeches for the Financial Year (FY) 2014 on 6 March 2014. MTI painted its vision of a new economic landscape, and shared plans to pursue quality growth, with emphasis on the need to stay the course to restructure and raise productivity.

    Outlining the key areas covered in the speeches in a simple, easy-to-read format, please view the MTI COS infographics here.

    You may access the speeches by Minister Lim, Second Minister Iswaran, SMS Lee and MOS Teo, as well as the fact sheets on the respective key initiatives here.

    Feedback on the 2014 Committee of Supply Debate can be sent to mti_email@mti.gov.sg.

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