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  • AMPD Energy Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Archicom Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Calvary Carpentry Pte Ltd
  • Cundall Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Defence Science and Technology Agency
  • DSCO Group Pte Ltd
  • Ecoglo Pte Ltd
  • Enetek Power Singapore
  • Enterprise Ireland
  • Fico-YTL
  • Fuji Electric Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  • Green Koncepts Pte Ltd
  • GWS Living Art Pte Ltd
  • High Commission of Canada in Singapore
  • MANN+HUMMEL Life Sciences & Environment Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Mercatus Co-operative Ltd
  • Mott Macdonald Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Newsoil Technologies Pte Ltd
  • PPC Building Services Pte Ltd
  • Procore Technologies
  • Rio Tinto Marketing Pte Ltd
  • SkyLab Services Pte Ltd
  • Super Tower Industries Pte Ltd

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Dr. Ho Nyok Yong, Immediate Past President of the Singapore Contractors Association Limited, will head the new Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) Board for the 2019/2021 term.

Dr. Ho takes over from 5th SGBC President Mr. Tan Swee Yiow, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of Keppel Land International Limited. The new SGBC Board Members were formally introduced at SGBC’s 10th Annual General Meeting held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, which was attended by more than 80 industry representatives from across the building and construction industry.

“The new Board is particularly significant as we have arrived at an important junction of our young history and journey. While it is important to look back at what we have achieved the past decade, we must also gear up for the future which holds challenges but also tremendous opportunity. With the new Board, I am confident that SGBC will be able to accelerate green building adoption to transform the building and construction industry,” said Dr Ho.

The new Board is representative of the green building industry, comprising all key stakeholders including real estate owners & developers, architects, engineers, government agencies as well as members of the academia. With a wide spectrum of strengths and networks, the new Board is well poised to advance, connect and engage with the green building industry. The full list of Board Members for the 2019/2021 term are as follow:

  • President: Dr Ho Nyok Yong (Singapore Contractors Association Limited)
  • Immediate Past President: Mr Tan Swee Yiow (Keppel Land International Limited)
  • 1st Vice President: Mr Tang Kok Thye (ADDP Architects LLP)
  • 2nd Vice President: Mr Ang Kian Seng (Building and Construction Authority)
  • Treasurer: Mr Heah Soon Poh (JTC Corporation)
  • Assistant Treasurer: Mr Ler Seng Ann (Urban Redevelopment Authority)
  • Secretary: Mr Lee Ang Seng (Beca Carter Hollings & Ferner)
  • Assistant Secretary: Mr Tan Szue Hann (Singapore Institute of Architects)
  • Board Technical Coordinator: Mr Owen Wee (Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd)
  • Board Member: Ms Foo Peng Er (CapitaLand Group)
  • Board Member: Ms Esther An (City Developments Limited)
  • Board Member: Mr Hu Kar Keong (Housing & Development Board)
  • Board Member: Mr Ang Kok Kiat (National Environment Agency)
  • Board Member: Mr Yann Grynberg (Nanyang Technological University)
  • Board Member: Prof. Tham Kwok Wai (National University of Singapore)
  • Board Member: Mr Ashvinkumar (ONG&ONG Pte Ltd)

SGBC will continue to actively support the transformation of the building and construction industry towards the future economy. With green building identified as one of three key pillars of the Construction Industry Transformation Map, SGBC is streamlining its suite of programmes and activities to support this key pillar. Chief of which is the launch of the Green Mark Professional Qualification Scheme, the successor to the Green Mark Manager/ Professionals registry previously maintained by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA). The new Scheme, and its accompanying Continuing Professional Development (CPD) framework, will help the nation’s growing community of more than 1200 green building professionals to advance their expertise, build capability and improve knowledge.

SGBC has also secured funding from Enterprise Singapore (ESG) under the Local Enterprise and Association Development (LEAD) fund, which will be utilised to develop and implement dedicated programmes to support SGBC Member organisations for greater growth.


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Restroom products with Detect, Feedback, Eliminate & Clean (DFEC) smart features will now be certified under the Singapore Green Building Product (SGBP) certification scheme (Annex B) through a new collaboration between the Restroom Association (Singapore) (RAS) and the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC). The new certification will leverage SGBC’s existing proficiency in green building product...

SBF, SFIC and SGBC Establish New Alliance for Action on…

November 11, 2021

SBF, SFIC and SGBC Establish New Alliance for Action on Sustainable Spaces to Drive Sustainability through Industry Collaboration

Sustainability is one of the biggest and yet most untapped business opportunities today. With global consensus to set targets and take concrete steps towards a green economy, there is scope for the business community to pursue sustainability as a key competitive advantage for business growth and in support of Singapore’s...

Enhanced financing scheme to support Singapore companie…

October 3, 2021

Enhanced financing scheme to support Singapore companies to capture opportunities in the green economy

As part of the Enterprise Sustainability Programme (ESP) launched on 1 October 2021, Enterprise Singapore has introduced the Enterprise Financing Scheme-Green (EFS-Green).

WorldGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment expands t…

September 16, 2021

WorldGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment expands to include embodied carbon

Ahead of COP26 in Glasgow this November, the World Green Building Council has updated its Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, expanding its scope to recognise enhanced leadership action in tackling embodied carbon emissions from the building and construction sector.

SG Green Issue 13.0 is published!

September 15, 2021

SG Green Issue 13.0 is published!

In the September 2021 issue of SG Green magazine, read a collection of content that cover a variety of topics related to built environment decarbonisation including an overview of embodied carbon emissions, carbon credits and getting sustainability going with Green Energy Tech.

[Industry Circular] Amendments to Building Control (Env…

September 1, 2021

[Industry Circular] Amendments to Building Control (Environmental Sustainability) Regulations 2008 and Adoption of the New Codes

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) released on 1 September 2021 a circular on Amendments to Building Control (Environmental Sustainability) Regulations 2008 and Adoption of the New Codes.

SGBC & REDAS Lead Industry Action to Accelerate Bui…

August 5, 2021

SGBC & REDAS Lead Industry Action to Accelerate Built Environment Decarbonisation

Close to 60 organisations across the building and construction sector have signed the Singapore Built Environment Embodied Carbon Pledge, signalling strong industry impetus to address built environment embodied carbon emissions.

SGBC calls on Industry to Accelerate Decarbonisation of…

July 7, 2021

SGBC calls on Industry to Accelerate Decarbonisation of the Built Environment

The global pandemic has shown us what can be achieved when we work together towards a common goal. Climate change is an even greater existential threat facing mankind.

Opportunities for the Global Green Building Market

June 25, 2021

Opportunities for the Global Green Building Market

SGBC is partnering with Dodge Data & Analytics on the 5th edition of the seminal World Green Building Trends Study. SGBC strongly encourages all who are involved in building design and/or construction (such as architects, engineers, consultants, contractors or building owners) to participate by taking the survey.

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Green Means Go

October 14, 2021

Green Means Go

SGBC is excited to launch the Green Means Go digital campaign to help homeowners and the wider public have a better understanding of green buildings and their benefits to human health as well as to empower homeowners to make decisions to build green into their homes.

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