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SGBC will now co-assess Green Mark green building projects with the Building and Construction Authority (Singapore).

 Coming a long way since its inception in 2009, this collaboration is particularly meaningful in SGBC's 10th Year Anniversary as it signals a greatly expanded role for the industry-led organisation in the building and construction industry, positioning it at the forefront of the local green building movement.

“SGBC has come full circle from our humble beginnings a decade ago. With this new collaboration, we can now address the entirety of the green building value chain: from the professionals to the organisations and certified green products and finally the green buildings themselves. Our enhanced position in the industry will allow us to develop and implement more impactful programmes towards a greener, sustainable and healthier built environment," said Dr. Ho Nyok Yong, President of the SGBC during the inking of the collaboration agreement at the BuildSG Leadership Forum 2019 on 30 April 2019.

Being directly involved with the nation’s green building certification scheme will also help SGBC to refine and improve its own building product and services certification programmes to ensure relevance as the country gears up for industry transformation.

From certifying green building products and services, #SGBC will now also co-assess Green Mark green building projects with the Building and Construction Authority (Singapore)!

Coming a long way since our inception in 2009, this collaboration is particularly meaningful in our #SGBC10 10th Year Anniversary as it signals a greatly expanded role for SGBC in the building and construction industry, positioning us at the forefront of the local green building movement.

“SGBC has come full circle from our humble beginnings a decade ago. With this new collaboration, we can now address the entirety of the green building value chain: from the professionals to the organisations and certified green products and finally the green buildings themselves. Our enhanced position in the industry will allow us to develop and implement more impactful programmes towards a greener, sustainable and healthier built environment," said Dr. Ho Nyok Yong, President of the SGBC during the inking of the collaboration agreement.

Being directly involved with the nation’s green building certification scheme will also help us to refine and improve our own building product and services certification programmes to ensure relevance as we gear up for industry transformation.