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SGBC WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS!

2015
  • A-Power Engineering Pte Ltd
  • Barghest Building Performance Pte Ltd
  • Big Ass Fans Singapore (BAFCO Singapore Pte Ltd)
  • Coen Design International Pte Ltd
  • Federchemicals SRL
  • Green Ravolution Pte Ltd
  • Honeywell Pte Ltd
  • InviroTech Systems Sdn. Bhd.
  • Measurement & Verification Pte Ltd
  • New Marine Electric Trading Pte Ltd
  • One Realty Pte Ltd
  • REC Solar Pte Ltd
  • ST Electronics (Satcom & Sensor Systems) Pte Ltd
  • Ultratech Technology Pte Ltd


To see details of the companies’ profiles, products and services offered, and contacts, please click here.

 

Upcoming Events
        • 13Aug 15
          SGBC - Big Ass Fans EventNEW!
        • 19Aug 15
          SGBC - Schneider Electric ConferenceBy Invitation

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NEWS and TRENDS
      • 3Jun 15
        2015 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Survey [ Read More ]
      • 3Jun 15
        World Green Building Trends Survey 2015 with Dodge Data & Analytics [ Read More ]
      • 26May 15
        SGBC Members Score at BCA Awards 2015  [ Read More ]
      • 26May 15
        SGBC Office Receives Green Mark Platinum Award [ Read More ]

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Special Feature
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    Green Building & Retrofits (GBR) Expo Asia 2015 – Singapore Pavilion

    SGBC will be organising a Singapore Pavilion at the Green Building & Retrofits (GBR) Expo Asia 2015, held from 16 to 18 17 to 19 Sep 2015 at Bangkok, Thailand. SGBC has secured International Enterprise (IE) Singapore's International Marketing Activities Programme (iMAP) grant to provide financial support for Singapore-registered companies (subject to IE Singapore’s eligibility criteria) to participate in GBR Expo Asia 2015.

    For more information, please see PDF.

    To register, please download and fill up Application Form here and email to events@sgbc.sg.

  • GUSAC Banner 2015
    Taking Your Business Forward at GreenUrbanScape Asia 2015

    With more than 70% space booked, the 2nd edition of GreenUrbanScape Asia brings together over 150 international exhibiting companies across total gross area of 7,000 sqm, a 40% increase from its last edition in 2013. GreenUrbanScape Asia 2015 will be complimented by 2 high level conferences, namely the “International Skyrise Greenery Conference 2015” and the “GreenUrbanScape Asia Congress 2015” which is expected to draw over 900 top level delegates. To secure your preferred booth, please contact Melissa Goh at sales_gusa@singex.com.


  • Skyrise Greenery Takes Centre Stage in Singapore from 5 – 7 November 2015

    The International Skyrise Greenery Conference (ISGC) 2015, an industry-led knowledge platform held alongside the exhibition, will host over 30 world-renowned speakers and leading industry practitioners to share their views and insights on the theme - Living Architecture, Engineering Sustainable Environments. For delegate registration, please contact Vincent Lee at registration_gusa@singex.com.


  • GreenUrbanScape Asia Congress to compliment GreenUrbanScape Asia 2015

    With the theme of “The Science of Greening the City in a Garden”, the inaugural GreenUrbanScape Asia (GUSA) Congress 2015 will serve as a platform for landscape architects and designers; horticulturists and landscape contractors; arborists; park developers; planners and managers; and government institutions and policymakers to gather with thought leaders and practitioners from the turf management, arboriculture, playgrounds and parks, as well as urban biodiversity sectors to share experiences and insights within these specialized fields. For delegate registration, please contact Vincent Lee at  registration_gusa@singex.com.


  • Green Mark Incentive Scheme for Existing Buildings and Premises (GMIS-EBP)

    The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) has released the Application Guidelines and Forms for the new incentive scheme, GMIS-EBP.

    The GMIS-EBP aims to encourage building owners and tenants to undertake Energy Improvement Works involving the installation of energy efficient equipment approved by BCA to achieve substantial improvements in energy efficiency. The GMIS-EBP aims to encourage building owners and tenants to undertake Energy Improvement Works involving the installation of energy efficient equipment approved by BCA to achieve substantial improvements in energy efficiency. It provides a cash incentive amounting to up to 50% the Qualifying Costs incurred solely for the purposes of energy efficiency improvements in existing buildings and premises.

    For information about the circular, please visit BCA website or click Here for the circular.


  • Eco-Business Feature Series 2 - Stamp of approval brings global opportunities to local building companies

    Companies who specialise in services such as architecture, quantity surveying, and energy performance contracting can access global opportunities with the Green Services Certification endorsement from the Singapore Green Building Council.

    To read the full article, click Here.

    For more information on SGBS Certification, click Here or email us at certification@sgbc.sg


  • Eco-Business Feature Series 1 - SGBC: Putting Singapore on the global map for green buildings

    While it is unusual for any government to be involved in setting up NGOs (non-government organizations), this did not deter Singapore’s building authority in helping to create the city-state’s first industry-led organization to champion green building awareness some five years ago.

    Never did they imagine that the fledgling Singapore Green Building Council would grow and evolve to become a powerful green building advocate that would put Singapore on the global map.

    To read the full article, click Here.

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  • Build-it-Green (BiG) Day Out | 27-28 Jun 2015
BiG Day Out

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