SGBC has lined up a series of insightful seminars, workshops and events that enable industry players to provide valuable knowledge sharing and updated information.

Upcoming Events

SGBC has lined up a series of insightful seminars, workshops and events that enable industry players to provide valuable knowledge sharing and updated information.


    • 22 Mar 2021

      [Event Ended] A Glimpse into the Singapore Green Building Masterplan


      Minister for National Development Mr. Desmond Lee has outlined the Singapore Green Building Masterplan (SGBMP) during a joint segment on sustainability in Parliament on 4 March 2021. The 4th edition of the SGBMP - co-created by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and SGBC - comes as part of the Singapore Green Plan 2030, which charts Singapore’s green targets over the next decade.

      Dubbed “80-80-80 in 2030", the SGBMP outlines 3 key targets:

      • Target 1: Green 80% of buildings by 2030
      • Target 2: 80% of new buildings to be Super Low Energy
      • Target 3: 80% improvement in energy efficiency

      Find out more about upcoming changes to the Green Mark scheme and Code for Environmental Sustainability of Buildings at this exclusive briefing and consultation session organised specially for Green Mark Accredited Professionals (GMAPs) and SGBC Members. BCA will share insights into the proposed changes, as well as how the Green Mark criteria will be restructured for greater impact. A discussion session has also been included to provide green building stakeholders with a better understanding of the proposed changes and discuss any areas of concerns.

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    • 24 Mar 2021

      [Event Ended] SGBC-BCA Webinar: Creating Sustainable Districts through Climate-Responsive Design


      With the rise of global temperatures, urban developments need to undergo sustainable transformation to ensure climate resilience, comfort and liveability. Climate-responsive design is essential in creating a vibrant space for the community, while optimising building elements for the reduction of negative environmental impact.

      This SGBC-BCA Joint Webinar aims to raise awareness and promote environmentally friendly and sustainable practices in master planning, design and implementation of district-scale developments. Dr Winston Chow, the Principal Investigator of Cooling Singapore, will share about effective strategies that mitigate warming temperatures and the urban heat island effect for the cooling of cities, while Mr Chan Ee Mun from WOHA will discuss the sustainable features and technologies of Punggol Digital District that contribute to enhancing the vibrancy of the district and community.

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    • 09 Apr 2021

      [Event Ended] JTC-SGBC Joint Webinar: Leveraging Technology: Bridging Digitalisation & Sustainability


      Driven by challenges brought about by the pandemic, the 2 built environment megatrends of digitalisation and sustainability are set to transform the way we design, build and operate our buildings. Technological innovations can help to monitor, rectify and refine operational issues, but thought needs to be put into their actual implementation to ensure optimal efficiency and efficacy.

      At the JTC-SGBC Joint Webinar this year, we will illustrate the value that artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics can bring to the built environment. JTC will share the latest on their operation optimisation journey, bringing in 2 partners – H3 and Elid Tech – to elaborate on innovations in the area of condition monitoring and robotic maintenance. SGBC Member Green Koncepts will round off the session with an overview of how sustainability and efficiency outcomes can be achieved with an AI-enabled building management system.

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    • 23 May 2021

      [Industry Event] SPS2021: Being an Eco-friendly Nation and its Impact on Properties

      14 WDPM 2305 Ecofriendly Homes

      The Singapore Green Plan 2030 aims to propel Singapore's national agenda on sustainable developement. As a country, we aim to achieve long term net zero emissions, tackle climate change, reduce landfill waste and quadruple solar energy deployment.

      As part of the Singapore Property Show 2021, this webinar features two green building industry veterans to discuss how will the nation's emphasis on sustainability impact future homeowners and investors.

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    • 25 May 2021

      [CPD Event] SGBC RGB Webinar Series: Learning from the Transformation of the Australian Built Environment

      RGB A

       In 2020, the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) reported that more than 3.5 billion square metres of green building space have been certified by green building rating tools administered by GBCs, an incredible rise of 1,000 percent from 2010 levels. These sustainability-centric schemes and programmes are pivotal to the transformation of the built environment, encouraging and accelerating the design, construction and operation of greener buildings.

      The SGBC Regional Green Building Webinar Series aims to help industry professionals learn more about the various green building standards in the region and how they have helped to transform the built environment in their respective countries. The first session will shine the spotlight on the unique context and green efforts of Australia and its built environment sector, which has been consistently ranked among the top global leaders in sustainability.

      Often referred to as ‘the lucky country’, Australia is often recognised for its abundant natural resources, favourable weather and good-natured people. With the impact of climate change, however, it could be seen through a much different lens. Floods, fires and droughts are common and the impacts are significant and far-reaching. As a result, there is strong conscious recognition that more needs to be done to predict and prepare for these impacts. This extends to the Australian property market where industry leaders have worked together to create and support a common vision for a sustainable property market in Australia. Hear from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) and Frasers Property Industrial as they discuss the state of the sustainable property movement in Australia and how the Green Star has been evolving to meet the needs of the Australian property sector.

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    • 8 June 2021

      [Coming Soon] SCAL-SGBC Webinar: Greening Up - Sustainability On Site

      More details coming soon!

    • 21-23 June 2021

      [Industry Event] World Cities Summit 2021


      The World Cities Summit is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Jointly organised by Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities and the Urban Redevelopment Authority, the biennial Summit has been attended by over 250 global cities and supported by leaders from government, business, international organisations and academia.

      For the first time since WCS commenced in 2008, the WCS 2021 will adopt a largely virtual format. From 21 to 23 June, audience members can join our global thought leaders at our WCS dialogues and plenaries remotely, which will convene a larger and more international audience. The discussions will continue with a series of monthly WCS webinars from July to November 2021.

    • 24 June 2021

      [Coming Soon] SGBC Webinar - Switching to Green: Financing Renewable Energy Integrations

      More details coming soon!

    • 22 Jul 2021

      [SGBC Course] Assessing the Carbon Footprint of your Organisation - July 2021 Intake

      CFC O2020

      About this course: Carbon is fast becoming a global key metric to address and communicate sustainability. The decarbonisation of an organisation’s operations also helps in improving a company’s reputation and branding among investors and customers. As goals increasingly shift towards Net Zero Carbon, demand is growing for action from organisations to mitigate carbon emissions in their business operations.

      In today’s corporate world, the ability to understand and effectively communicate your organisation’s policies and actions towards sustainability and decarbonisation are key skills that will put you at the forefront of organisational goals. Join SGBC's Assessing the Carbon Footprint of your Organisation Course to learn how to assess the environmental impact of your organisation and gain the foundational skills needed to compute and prepare carbon emissions data for sustainability reporting.

      This course is ideal for: Office managers, quality management team, corporate real estate professionals, sustainability professionals, individuals keen to learn about carbon reporting.

      Course Objectives: Equip participants with an understanding of organisational GHG emissions, basic emissions calculations using fuel invoices and electricity bills, and the ability to apply these skills in:

      • Target-setting for ISO14001:2015
      • Carbon disclosures for sustainability reporting and other frameworks

      In view of the current COVID-19 situation and to continue safeguarding the health and safety of our Course participants, the programme will be fully held online through the Zoom teleconferencing Platform.

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    • 25-26 Aug 2021

      [SGBC Course] Sustainable Supply Chain for Buildings - August 2021 Intake

      SSC Course

      Course Dates:

      25-26 August 2021

      About this course: Sustainable Supply Chain Management is rapidly emerging as a key area of interest as businesses seek to manage risks, improve efficiency and embrace sustainability across the organisation. Taking leadership action in addressing sustainability throughout the supply chain creates a ripple effect that engenders further positive action by suppliers and partners. Sustainable supply chains also help developers, consultants, contractors and suppliers align with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set out by the United Nations. In the built environment, a growing number of building developers and owners have adopted sustainable procurement practices as a core organisational policy.

      Join SGBC's Sustainable Supply Chain for Buildings course to learn more about the business drivers for supply chain sustainability, how to identify sustainability risks in the supply chain, ways to engage with suppliers and gain the skills needed to integrate sustainability into organisational procurement policy and strategy.

      This course is ideal for: Project Managers, Contractors, Building Professionals & Consultants, Product Manufacturers & Suppliers, Procurement Specialists & Specifiers

      Course Objectives: Equip participants with an understanding of the basics of supply chain sustainability, its impact and how to develop processes towards building a sustainable supply chain.

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