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.
 


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.


 


    • 17 Sep 2021

      [On-Demand] SGBC Webinar: Harnessing Green Financing for a Zero Carbon Future

      The world urgently needs to accelerate decarbonisation in order to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement and keep global temperature rise to below 2 degrees Celsius. The built environment is in a prime position to cut carbon emissions while also providing the burgeoning global population with healthy, equitable buildings. Green financing is able to catalyse and facilitate the built environment’s transition towards one that is greener, healthier and low carbon.

      In this SGBC Webinar supported by HSBC, get ready for a discussion on Sustainable Finance and Transition Finance, how the two tools form a spectrum of instruments that built environment organisations at various stages of development can consider leveraging. SGBC Members Mott Macdonald and Frasers Property will also share on the various opportunities along the industry’s transformation journey towards a zero-carbon future.

    • 23 Sep 2021

      [On-Demand] SGBC Webinar: Achieving HVAC Efficiency for the New Normal

      Building-based prevention and control measures have become one of the most important methods of fighting against disease and epidemic. The building’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are of particular importance as they directly contribute to a safe and healthy indoor environment for occupants. However, it is equally important that energy efficiency is not compromised and therefore, paramount that HVAC systems be optimised for both energy efficiency and health outcomes.

      In this SGBC Webinar supported by SGBC Member Armstrong Fluid Technology, learn about how HVAC efficiency can be enhanced and ensured in our buildings as the country moves towards greater reopening. SGBC Members Squire Mech and Keppel DHCS will also share insights and case studies on implementing HVAC strategies for the new normal.

      Check out the SGBC Digital Academy for the webinar materials on-demand.

    • 20 Oct. 2021

      [On-Demand] SGBC Webinar: Linking Lighting to Health & Sustainability

      Lighting is a key component of building design, providing needed illumination for the workplace's myriad tasks and organisational functions, but is also the second largest consumer of electricity in any building. The trifecta of lighting design, health and sustainability needs deeper consideration as the built environment shifts towards one that is greener, healthier and low-carbon.

      In this SGBC Webinar supported by SGBC Member HELVAR, discover the link between intelligent lighting, health & wellbeing and sustainability and how lighting plays a crucial role in unlocking the full potential of buildings and the people who use them. Light4 Singapore, part of SGBC Member Cundall Singapore, will also outline lighting design for humans, health and wellbeing during the session.

    • 17 Nov. 2021

      [On-Demand] SGBC Green Mark Webinar Series: Unpacking Green Mark 2021

      Introduced for piloting during the launch of the Singapore Green Building Masterplan in April 2021, the BCA Green Mark 2021 (GM: 2021) standard will formally come into effect from 1 November 2021.

      As a green building certification programme tailored for the tropical climate, GM: 2021 not only aims to raise standards in energy performance but also places greater emphasis on other sustainability outcomes:

      • Maintainability - Designing for maintainability
      • Carbon - Reducing embodied carbon across a building’s life cycle
      • Intelligence - Using smart technologies
      • Resilience - Enhancing a building’s resilience to climate change
      • Health & Wellbeing - Creating healthier environments for building users

      This SGBC Webinar series is organised by SGBC to provide GMAPs and industry professionals with deeper insights into the changes to the Green Mark standard and understand the rationale behind these developments. In this first session of the series, BCA will share about the GM: 2021 framework, its key sections and the certification requirements.

      Access the webinar on-demand at the SGBC Digital Academy: https://digitalacademy.sgbc.sg/course/unpacking-green-mark-2021

    • 9 Dec 2021

      [BCAA Course] Understanding Green Mark 2021 Online Learning Course

      Under the Singapore Green Building Masterplan (SGBMP), more ambitious targets to green the Built Environment sector has been set. As such, BCA has newly launched the BCA Green Mark 2021 (GM: 2021) framework, which places stronger focus on outcome-based indicators, covers wider sustainability issues and introduces a new SLE energy efficiency standards for residential buildings.

      To provide and support continued capability development in the area of sustainability to build a pool of competent Green Specialists, this BCAA course aims to keep professionals abreast on the latest GM: 2021 framework. The course will also equip practitioners with latest development of the green building initiatives and BCA Green Mark criteria, keeping industry practitioners abreast on latest initiatives and requirements.

      Register here with the Course Code 80082: https://eservices.bcaa.edu.sg/registration/#/ 

      Register Now (Course Code 80082)

    • 17 & 18 Jan. 2022

      [Register Now] SGBC Building Life Cycle Assessment Course Series - Jan. 2022

      Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a standardised, science-based tool to calculate the environmental impact of a product, service, or process. It can both measure a building’s lifetime impacts and, at the same time, quantify the impact of a single material in the building.

      Underpinned by international standards, LCA plays a critical role in green building design and in documenting and communicating a building’s lifetime carbon impacts.

      Acquire the tools and skills to meaningfully assess the environmental impact of buildings for the new normal through SGBC's course series dedicated to understanding building life cycle assessment.

      Find out more about the courses here: https://outreach.sgbc.sg/lcacourses

    • 19 Jan 2022

      [Register Now] SP-SGBC Webinar Series: Towards a Super Low Energy Built Environment

      Our buildings are responsible for more than a third of Singapore’s total energy consumption. Over the years, industry players from both the public and private sectors have worked together to develop and deliver buildings that are increasingly energy efficient for a more sustainable built environment.

      The growing spectre of climate change necessitates going further and doing more. Super low energy buildings will have important roles to play, with their heavy emphasis on best-in-class energy efficiency, the use of renewable energy and intelligent energy management strategies to advance the built environment towards one that is greener, energy efficient and low-carbon. In this webinar, hear from industry experts as they unpack the nuances of going super low energy and gain insights into advancing next-generation energy efficient buildings.

      Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IsM2RltzQvGhUpdrgVfYoA

    • 21 Jan 2022

      [Register Now] CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge 2022 Information Session

      Do you have an idea that can revolutionise the built environment or change the way we live, work and play in buildings?

      SGBC Founding Member CapitaLand has launched the second edition of the CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge (CSXC) and is calling for proposals across the globe to make buildings more climate-resilient, resource-efficient, healthier and safer. The Challenge provides an opportunity for innovators to work with CapitaLand in making buildings more climate-resilient and resource-efficient. Up to 10 outstanding innovations will be given an opportunity to pilot at selected CapitaLand properties around the world and up to S$50,000 to cover each pilot's costs.

      SGBC is organising an information session for the industry to learn more about the focus areas and challenge statements for CSXC 2022, and hear the two winners of CSXC 2021 share their experiences and partnerships with CapitaLand!