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IES Sustainable Construction for a Resilient Tomorrow

Built Environment Transformation Forum

Construction Future and Beyond

SCAL CPAS Points: 6
SPM CPD Points: 4

Date: 19 March 2024, Tuesday
Time: 10am to 5pm
Venue: Singapore EXPO, Conference Area (Hall 2)


The Built Environment Transformation Forum at BuildTech Asia is a pivotal gathering that highlights the revolution in Building and Construction. The forum emphasizes the adoption of digital technologies to enhance operational efficiency, enable data-driven decision-making, and elevate user experiences. Additionally, it explores the integration of robotics and automation in construction practices to achieve safer, more efficient, and sustainable building processes. The forum also discusses sustainability and resilience, advocating for environmentally responsible construction methods that minimize ecological impact and prioritize long-term durability while ensuring the well-being of occupants and communities. This forum provides an invaluable platform for industry leaders and professionals to engage with the latest trends and technologies that are shaping the future of the built environment.

*Separate registration is required for this session! Please click below to register.*

10.15amGuests and Delegates to be Seated

Opening Remarks


  • Paul Lee Chief Executive (Markets), Constellar

Collaborative Construction: Paving the Future of Building Excellence 

This keynote session will explore the transformative power of collaboration within the construction industry. From breaking down silos to embracing integrated project delivery, we will delve into strategies that unleash synergy across the construction value chain and discover how innovation, communication, and shared goals can redefine project outcomes and set the stage for a future where collaboration is the driving force behind construction excellence.


  • Tan Chee Kiat Deputy CEO, Industry Development, Building and Construction Authority
11.00am– 11.30am

Realising the Future: How AI and Connected Technologies are Transforming Construction for Enhanced Productivity, Safety and Sustainability

The construction industry is undergoing a significant transformation with the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and connected technologies. This session will explore how these advancements are revolutionizing the construction sector, enhancing productivity, improving safety, and driving sustainable practices. The panel of industry experts will delve into the various applications of AI and connected technologies in construction, discussing their impact on design and planning, project management, safety, automation, quality control, asset management, and data analytics. 


  • Laurence Liew Director, AI Singapore
11.30am– 12.15pm

Panel Discussion
The Role of BIM (Building Information Modelling) in Building Resilient Construction and Collaboration 

  • Unveiling BIM's Impact: Exploring Effective Project Management, Risk Mitigation, and Long-Term Building Maintenance with a Lean Construction Approach.

  • Discover how BIM tools contribute to enhanced visualization, streamlined coordination, and optimized construction processes, aligning with the principles of lean and sustainable structures.

  • Discuss strategies that integrate BIM with lean methodologies, fostering collaboration among architects, engineers, contractors, and facility managers for smoother project execution.
  • Gain practical insights into leveraging BIM to streamline communication, facilitate coordinated decision-making, and elevate project outcomes, for efficient lifecycle management.


  • Siti Norman Director (Digital), Turner & Townsend


  • Ir. Andi Sanjaya Tjong Chairman (Singapore Chapter), Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (PII)
  • Ir Budi Utomo President and Founder, Lean Construction Institute, Indonesia 
  • Renee Jain ​​Digital Engineering Lead, Lendlease​​
12.15pm– 12.45pm

Building Tomorrow: A Data-Driven Revolution for the PropTech Industry

Embark on a transformative journey as we delve into the future of data sharing in the PropTech Industry. 

In this era of digital transformation, all industries are striving for data-driven approaches that can propel progress, and the building and construction industry is no exception. By dismantling data silos and enabling seamless cross-border exchange, this session explores how we can implement use cases in the PropTech Industry, achieving real-world business objectives. Be it enabling AI-powered home automation systems, or enhancing construction schedules innovatively, this session delves into how organizations are empowered through data sharing in a privacy-preserving manner.


  • Darwin Jocson Manager (IT Business Engagement), Mercedes-Benz Singapore  
12.45pm– 1.30pmLunch Break
SMART Building & Construction (Robotics & Automation)
1.30pm– 2.00pm

Considerations for Enhancing Productivity with Construction Robotics and AI

Explore the seamless integration of Robotics and AI technologies in construction to enhance productivity and efficiency. Acquire strategies for identifying and implementing automation solutions that optimize workflows, resulting in improved project timelines and cost-effectiveness. Gain insights into how Robot Process Automation (RPA) directly impacts productivity metrics while upholding quality standards in construction projects. Understand and address challenges associated with adopting these technologies, obtaining strategies to overcome hurdles for successful implementation in construction contexts.


  • Oliver Tian Founder & Director, Oliver Tian Associates / APARA


  • Babu Venkatesh CEO, GloSAP Consulting
2.00pm– 2.30pm

Sustainable Urban Renewal as a Strategy for Resilience

This topic emphasizes the importance of eco-friendly design strategies, renewable energy integration, waste reduction, and circular economy principles in constructing resilient buildings. It discusses how sustainable practices contribute to long-term sustainability, energy efficiency, and environmental resilience.


  • Tan Szue Hann Head of Sustainability and Deputy General Manager, Real Estate Division, Keppel, Singapore


Case Study
Powering the Future: Integrating Battery Energy Storage Systems into Construction

This session will delve into the integration of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) in the construction industry, experiencing its transformative force. The speaker will navigate through the challenges faced by construction sites, including power reliability, fuel costs, emissions, noise, and space constraints. 
He will also outline the power of BESS in addressing these challenges, emphasizing its efficient energy usage, cost savings, and environmental impact.

We will also take a practical turn with case studies featuring a detailed examination of BESS in action, highlighting hybrid systems and grid integration. In this compelling and informative session, we will embark on a journey to explore the integration of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) into the construction industry. The goal is to enhance energy efficiency alongside traditional sources such as diesel generators. Join us in this journey to reimagine the construction industry—a journey that empowers us to build a better, brighter, and more sustainable future.


  • Oh Jun Rong CEO, Infinity Cube Pte Ltd


Panel Discussion
Realising the Potential: Innovations in Construction Materials and Techniques

  • Gain insights into cutting-edge construction materials and sustainable construction methods and understand their unique properties and applications.

  • Learn how these innovations contribute to improved performance metrics, durability, and reduced environmental impact within the construction sector, aligning with sustainability goals.

  • Explore strategies for integrating these emerging materials and techniques into existing construction practices, fostering innovation while overcoming potential adoption challenges.

  • Understand the potential implications of these innovations on future construction projects, including their influence on design, construction timelines, costs, and overall sustainability in the industry.


  • Jonathan Shek Vice President, Society of Project Managers Singapore


  • Lu Jin Ping President, American Concrete Institute (Singapore Chapter)
  • Edwin Ng Business Development Director, Sun Synergy Sdn Bhd / SAMENTA
  • Ibsen Barlongay Regional Sales Manager, CarbonCure
Sustainability & Resilience

Fireside Chat
Building a Sustainable Future: Green Financing Strategies for the Construction Industry

This session delves into innovative strategies and solutions for financing environmentally friendly building projects, with a focus on green building practices, materials, and technologies. Attendees will gain insights into the latest trends, opportunities, and challenges in green financing, empowering them to make informed decisions that not only benefit their bottom line but also contribute to a more sustainable and eco-conscious construction sector.


  • Jasper Wong Managing Director, Head of Real Estate & Hospitality and Construction & Infrastructure, UOB
  • Edmund Ng Co-Founder & CEO, Doxa

Case Study
Building a Safer Tomorrow: Trends in Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP) Safety and Risk Mitigation

Addressing emerging technologies, training programs, and safety protocols to improve construction site safety, mitigate risks, and protect the well-being of workers, while using MEWPs.


  • Amanda Tan Asia Regional Development Manager, International Powered Access Federation (IPAF)

The Government’s Support for Your Workforce in Moving Towards Sustainability 

Looking to kickstart your company’s sustainability journey? Find out how to leverage on the Career Conversion Programme for Sustainability Professionals to support your company’s sustainability transformation efforts.


  • Toh Boon Hwee Senior Manager, Workforce Singapore

5.00pm–5.05pmClosing Remarks


Note: The above program is accurate as of 14 March 2024, and is subject to change. 

End of Conference Day 1

Work-at-Height Symposium 2024

Organised by Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC) in partnership with the Specialist Trade Alliance of Singapore and Constellar Holdings Pte Ltd

Date19 March 2024, Tuesday
Time: 9am to 12.30pm
Venue: Max Atria @ Singapore EXPO, Peridot Room (Level 2)


The WAH Symposium is organised by the Workplace Safety and Health Council in partnership with the Specialists Trade Alliance of Singapore and Constellar Holdings Pte Ltd. Registered participants to the Symposium will also be able to visit the BuildTech Asia 2024 trade show, where a special WSH Technology Experience Zone will be curated to enhance participants’ learning experiences. 

*Due to overwhelming response, registration is closed. Please email if you wish to be placed on the waiting list.*


Opening Address

Mr Abu Bakar Mohd Nor 
Chairman, WSH Council (National Work at Heights Safety) Taskforce

9.10am– 9.20amPledging of Commitment to WAH Safety
9.20am– 9.45am

Statistical Trends and Operation Findings on Work-at-Height in 2023

Ms Adeline Chang 
Senior Assistant Director, OSH Inspectorate, Ministry of Manpower

9.45am– 10.10am

Our Approach to Effective Fall Prevention and Protection Practices

Mr Francis Ung 
Project Director, Zheng Keng Engineering & Construction Pte Ltd

10.10am– 10.30am

Tea Break


Moving into the future with AWP Safety Technologies and Innovations

Mr Julien Micheli
APAC Product Marketing Manager, Haulotte Singapore

10.55am– 11.20am

Psychological and Behavioral Aspects of Working at Height

Dr Angela Tan 
Head of Program (Human Factors in Safety), Singapore University of Social Sciences

11.20am– 11.45am

Improving injury Outcomes – How We Can Make a Difference

Dr Teo Li-Tserng 
Chairman, Central Region (Singapore) Trauma Committee, National Healthcare Group

11.45am–- 12.30pm

Panel Discussion

Moderated by: Mr Chan Yew Kwong 
Senior Consultant, WSH Council




Note: The above program is accurate as of March 14, 2024, and is subject to change. 

End of Conference Day 1

IES Sustainable Construction for a Resilient Tomorrow

Organised by: Civil & Structural Engineering Technical Committee

Date: 19 March 2024, Tuesday
Time: 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Venue: Singapore EXPO, Topaz Room

Special Rates for BuildTech Asia (BTA) Participants
IES Members: $87.20
Non-Members: $125.35
*All prices are listed in Singapore Dollars (SGD) and include 9% GST.


The event on sustainable construction for tomorrow will explore cutting-edge topics aimed at advancing environmental responsibility in the construction industry.

This includes innovative approaches like upcycling waste marine clay into green cement and using geogrid as a construction material for environmental and geotechnical engineering works.

It will also discuss pioneer work environments in tropical regions and showcase Singapore Agriport's circular economy approach to combat sea level rise.

The event will delve into advanced sustainable initiatives in land transport infrastructure, focusing on reducing energy consumption and emissions. Additionally, it will highlight the sustainable construction of foundations and substructures for the RTS Bridge across the Johor Straits, emphasising eco-friendly practices in major infrastructure projects.

In conclusion, the event aims to provide insights and solutions for promoting sustainability and resilience in construction practices


Introduction to Skills Development Program

Ms Tham Jia Yi

1.45pm– 2.00pm

Opening Address by Commissioner of Building Control, BCA

Er. Thanabal Kaliannan

2.00pm– 2.30pm

Exploring Semi-Outdoor Workspace in Tropical Climates: Design and Operational Insights

Dr Toby Cheung

2.30pm– 3.00pm

Engineering More Sustainable and Durable Building Materials

A/Prof Pang Sze Dai

3.00pm– 3.15pm

Tea Break

3.15pm– 3.30pm

Possibilities offered by Geogrid as Construction Material for Environmental & Geotechnical Works

Er. David Ng

3.30pm– 4.00pm

Singapore Agriport: A Circular Economy Approach to Combat Sea Level Rise

Ar Leong Tatt Man

4.00pm– 4.30pm

Advanced Sustainable Initiatives in Land Transport Infrastructure

Dr Tan Pui Lai

4.40pm– 5.00pm

The Sustainable Construction of Foundations and Substructures for the RTS Bridge Across Johor Straits

Mr Ng Pin Yuan

5.00pm– 5.30pm

Panel Discussion


End of Seminar


Note: The above program is accurate as of March 14, 2024, and is subject to change. 

End of Conference Day 1

AIBotics @Built Environment - Leveraging Technologies of AI & Robotics in Smart Construction

Co-organised with APARA

SPM CPD Points: 3

Date: 20 March 2024, Wednesday
Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm
Venue: Singapore EXPO, Conference Area (Hall 2)

AIBotics Price(s):
Members: $72.00
Non-Members: $89.00
*All prices are listed in Singapore Dollars (SGD) and exclude GST 

Local: Pay via PayNow
Overseas: Pay On-Site

*Separate registration is required for this session! Please click below to register.*


AI & Robotic technologies are now paving the way to redefine construction project management. With the ability to predict possible delays, optimize resource allocation, and provide real-time updates on project progress, deploying these technologies can ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget. In an era where technology permeates every facet of our lives, the construction industry - often perceived as steadfast and traditional - is on the brink of a revolutionary transformation. The confluence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics with construction practices is not just reshaping the way we build, but also reimagining the roles and responsibilities within the industry.

Speakers at this forum will share some of the recent deployments of AI and Robotics, and discuss deployment issues in ensuring the effective and optimal use of such technologies.


Regional Community of Robotic and AI Advancements

Speaker: Mr Oliver Tian, Vice-Chair, International Alliance of Robotics Association


New Developments on Adopting Technologies in the Built Environment

Digital technology presents a plethora of opportunities to advance operation efficiency and sustainability in the Built Environment through innovative solutions that enhance process efficiency, increase productivity and workflow effectiveness in construction, mitigate environmental impacts, and enhance adaptability and resilience against climate change. As infrastructure demands remain strong and manpower resources are limited, coupled with sustainability requirements, leveraging technology to augment current capacity will be instrumental. The keynote address presents some of the current developments in adopting technologies in the Built Environment.

Invited Speaker: Dr Ishkandar Baharin, Vice-President, Global Robot Clusters, Chairman of Tech Capital, Malaysia


Costs and Trends of Green Buildings: An Emerging Perspective

Speaker: Mr Danie Hoffman, Programme Leader, Built Environment, University of Pretoria, South Africa


Buildings as Carbon Sinks

38% of global CO2 emissions originate from buildings. This is why there is a need to make buildings as carbon sinks to win the climate battle.  This presentation explores a solution that enables buildings to be net zero by capturing CO2 from building ventilation. By doing so, one can also lower the energy consumption in the building. This is because lowering the ventilation speed makes it possible to save energy (less cooling and heating) and reduce the amount of fan power needed.

Invited Speaker: Mr Petri Laakso, CEO, Soletair Power Oy, Finland


Robotics in Architecture

Robots can be programmed to perform precise and repetitive tasks such as cutting and shaping materials, manufacturing custom components, or constructing complex structures. This allows for greater flexibility in architectural design, as robots can carry out tasks that would be difficult or costly to perform manually. This presentation will share some aspects of how robotics is transforming architecture with precision and efficiency and their respective benefits.

Invited Speaker: Mr Adhityan Anbumozhi, University of Pennsylvania, USA


Smart Robots and Fleet Management: A Solution for Construction Site Challenges

Fleet management systems for construction robots and other data collection devices have the important goal of increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and improving safety on the construction site.

Invited Speaker: Mr Leo Kharanen, Karelics Oy, Finland


AI Inspections for Predictive Building Façade Maintenance

The safety of large buildings is paramount, and with the added concern of climate change, it’s more crucial than ever to ensure buildings aren’t just standing tall but are also energy efficient. 

High-resolution and thermal images of any building can effectively be collected with modern drone technology. This vast amount of data is accurately and effectively analysed using powerful AI algorithms to detect defects in the sub-centimeter range or not visible to the naked eye. Reoccurring inspections create a documented timeline to predict and prevent future defects and problems, increase safety, and save money.

Invited Speaker: Mr Fredrik Gjaerdman, MD, Bizlify / Inspekt AI Singapore


The Rise of Reconfigurable Robots: SUTD Initiatives

Reconfigurable robots are intelligent machines capable of autonomously changing their kinematic morphologies to overcome complexities in the traversing environment or task being handled. Their promise of a high degree of versatility, robustness, and modularity is set to open up a wide range of new applications for robots in the construction sector. However, developing these robots is highly challenging. While some progress has been made, there are still many open issues. In this talk, Prof. Rajesh Mohan will share our ongoing efforts at the Singapore University of Technology and Design towards the design, development, and deployment of reconfigurable robots using a well-defined set of deployment use cases in the maintenance domain. I will also provide an insight into our concerted efforts as a catalyst to inspire an ecosystem of Singapore-based robotic startups.

Invited Speaker: Prof. Rajesh Mohan, Professor, SUTD and Co-Founder, LionsBot


Automating Tile Grouting to Boost Construction Productivity

Tile grouting is a tedious process. This presentation discusses how, using Computer Vision and Robot Operating System (ROS) a compact and precise grouting robot can be made fully autonomous to support this process. The robot is able to fill up the grout in all the grout lines and navigate past obstacles such as pipes and drain holes to completely automate the tile grouting process. Human intervention is only needed to move from room to room. Real-time mapping of the rooms (including irregularly shaped corridors and the main living area) and grouting an entire apartment with minimal intervention.

Invited Speaker: Mr Keefe Wayne Teo, COO & CFO,


Panel Discussion
Preparing the Construction Sector for adoption of AI and Robotic Technologies

In today’s world, multiple industries are leveraging the benefits of AI & Robotics to the fullest of their potential. The technology has helped businesses grow by leaps and bounds with improved quality, security, and efficiency. However, it is observed that engineering and construction are lagging behind in implementing AI & Robotics solutions. Due to the complex challenges that the construction industry faces, growth in the industry is severely limited. Dealing with challenges like cost and time overruns, labor shortages, health and safety, and productivity can bring revolution to the industry. The construction industry has tremendous potential, and AI & Robotics can be instrumental in bringing about this shift.

• Will AI & Robotics replace Humans at work?
• How can the current workforce prepare for the arrival of new innovations?
• What is the Future of Work?

Moderator: Mr Oliver Tian, Vice-Chair, International Alliance of Robotics Association)
Panel Members: Selection of ARAIN Founding Members


Closing Comments

12.30pm–1.30pmLunch Break

Note: The above program is accurate as of March 14, 2024, and is subject to change. 

IPAF MEWP Safety Symposium 2024

Co-Organised with International Powered Access Federation

SDU: 4
PDUs (PEB): 3
SPM CPD Points: 2

Date: 20 March 2024, Wednesday
Time: 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Venue: Singapore EXPO, Conference Area (Hall 2)

General Admission Price:  $80.00
*All prices are listed in Singapore Dollars (SGD), and exclude GST and ticketing charges.

*Separate registration is required for this session! More information will be provided shortly.*


IPAF MEWP Safety Symposium 2024 is conducted in conjunction with Powered Access Day which is a unique event initiated by IPAF Singapore’s Workgroup members. This symposium is held to enlighten industry professionals, experts, and key stakeholders on the latest technology and developments in the powered access industry. This symposium also includes a live demo session of the various safety capabilities of MEWPs available in the market.

The event is sponsored by Galmon (S) Pte Ltd, Lingong Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd, and Modern (Singapore) Access & Equipment Pte. Ltd.

1.30pm–1.35pmOpening Remarks

Speaker: Shawn Ong, Chairman of IPAF Singapore Workgroup
1.35pm–1.55pmLearning from Incidents: Case Studies and Lessons in MEWP Safety in Singapore

Speaker: Bernard Kwok, Deputy Director (Engineering Safety), MOM
1.55pm–2.05pmQ&A Session
2.05pm–2.25pmIntegrating Safe MEWP Practices at Work and Standards for Rental Companies

Speaker: Raymond Wat, SEA Regional General Manager, IPAF
2.25pm–2.35pmQ&A Session
2.35pm–2.55pmManaging Safe Use of Machinery and Eliminating Downtime

Speaker: Bernard Tan, BD Director - Asia, Trackunit
2.55pm–3.05pmQ&A Session
3.05pm–3.35pmCoffee & Tea Break
3.35pm–4.35pmTech Talks - MEWP Safety Enhancements

Sharon Foong, General Manager SEA, Terex Singapore
Julien Micheli, APAC Product Marketing Manager, Haulotte,
Jasling Ong, CEO of APX Technologies
Jinlong Lee, MEWP Business Director of South APAC, LGMG
4.35pm–5.35pmLive Demonstration at IPAF Safety Zone

Note: The above program is accurate as of March 14, 2024, and is subject to change. 

End of Conference Day 2

Riding the ESG Wave in the Built Industry

Co-Organised with Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors & Chartered Institute of Building

CPD Points: 3 (For RICS and CIOB Members)

Date: 21 March 2024, Thursday
Time: 9.00am to 12.30pm 
Location: Singapore EXPO, Conference Area (Hall 2)

RICS Price(s): 
RICS & CIOB Members Standard Ticket: $65.00 (+$5.85 GST)
Public Standard Ticket: $80.00 (+$7.20 GST)
3 Pax Group Booking: $216.00 (+$19.44 GST)
5 Pax Group Booking: $340.00 (+$30.60 GST)
*All prices are listed in Singapore Dollars (SGD).


This seminar includes a keynote speaker and 2 panel discussions. The first panel discussion aims to explore the success and challenges of applying ESG in the industry. It will also highlight the importance of ESG standards and look at the importance of community engagement in shifting the industry’s mindset.

The second panel discussion dives into the world of data centres. We’ll hear from the experts on sustainable practices being adopted and technology that is being used to help data centres achieve their ESG goals.

This seminar also aims to bring together thought leaders and industry professionals for a morning of engaging conversations and exchange of insights. Join us as we explore, discuss, and celebrate sustainable practices in the build industry!

*Separate registration is required for this session! Please click below to register.*

9.30am–9.40amWelcome Remarks by RICS
9.40am–9.50amWelcome Remarks by CIOB
9.50am–10.20amOpening Keynote Address

Mr Lee Ang Seng (President, Singapore Green Building Council - Building a Greener Future, Digitally and Definitively)

Panel Discussion 1: 
An Application Perspective on Sustainability in the Built Industry 

  • Sharing of success and challenges
  • Practical and consistent ESG standards
  • Trending solutions
  • Mindset of the industry and importance of community engagement

Moderated by: Mr David Fogarty (Head of ESG Consulting & Sustainability Services, CBRE (Singapore & SEA))

Panel Speakers:

  • Ms Ternasser Chwee (Director, Head of Sustainability & Business Advisory, AIS)
  • Mr Ho Chee Kit (Chief Engineer & APAC Net Zero Carbon Assets Director, C&W Services)
  • Mr Darren Teoh (Vice President, Group Sustainability, CapitaLand Investment)
  • Mr Andrew Nicholson (Managing Director, PAG Real Assets, Asia)

Panel Discussion 2: 
The Rise of Data Centers and its Adoption of Sustainable Practices 

  • Systems to ensure energy and water efficiency
  • The adoption of renewable energy
  • Innovative technologies that contribute to both efficient data processing and reduced carbon footprint
  • ESG implications on the rise of data centers

Moderated by: Mr Vivek Dahiya (Managing Director and Head, APAC Data Centre Advisory, Cushman and Wakefield)

Panel Speakers:

  • Mr Jeffrey Allan (Director, AWP Pte Ltd Architects)
  • Mr Paul Dwyer (Head of Data Centres, LOGOS Group)
  • Ms Gaelle Mogabure (Director, ESG, ST Telemedia Global Data Centres)
  • Mr Alan Cribbett (Engineering Director Asia Pacific, Global Switch)
12.30pmEnd of Seminar


Note: The above program is accurate as of March 14, 2023, and is subject to change. 

SIFMA Sustainability Boot Camp - Towards a Net Zero Nation

Co-Organised with Singapore International Facility Management Association 

SFIMA CPD Points: 4
SPM CPD Points: 3
*Awarded to CFME Professionals for attending this physical conference

Date: 21 March 2024, Thursday
Time: 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Venue: Singapore EXPO, Conference Area (Hall 2)

SIFMA Prices(s)
SIFMA Members: $55.00
Non-SIFMA Members: $75.00
3 Pax Group Purchase: $150.00
5 Pax Group Purchase: $250.00
*All prices are listed in Singapore Dollars (SGD).


The forum aims to bring together 250 facility management professionals to convene physically, to hear from 5 experts in the built environment on sustainability aspects and their applicability to sustainability in Facility Management.

The forum also hopes to emphasize the adoption of BCA’s guidelines for sustainability in Green Mark 2021.

This forum will feature 2 very prominent landlords as they share their experiences and advice in achieving excellence in sustainability and being Net-Zero as landlords.

There will be a sharing on sustainable developments in electric vehicle charging and its benefits, and practical methods to score in the Green Mark 2021 scheme to achieve energy savings and good Green Mark grading for buildings.

It’ll be a very informative Boot Camp for Sustainability Professionals and Facility Management Professionals.

*Separate registration is required for this session! Please click below to register.*

1.00pm–1.30pmArrival of Guests (Registration Starts)
1.30pm-1.40pmWelcome Address by SIFMA President 
1.40pm–1.50pmSustainability Development Committee Updates 
1.50pm-2.10pmBCA latest updates to Green Mark 2021 
Speaker: Tracy Liu, Senior Manager - Green Mark Department 
2.10pm–2.30pmGuocoland - Journey to Green Mark Platinum 
Speaker: Tan Puay Cher, Head of Facilities Management
2.30pm–2.50pmSimpple - Greenmark Certification with Technology Providers
Speaker: Alexus Goh, Head of Corporate Development, Partnerships & Government Relations
2.50pm–3.10pmDBS - Hack your Building to Make Easy Net Zero Operation
Speaker: Prescott Gaylord, Head of Sustainability for Technology and Operations
3.10pm–3.30pmL-Qube - Topic related to Energy Efficiency in Greenmark 2021 
Speaker: Victor Low, General Manager
3.30pm–4.00pmPanel Discussion:
Moderator: Ms Joanne Koh, SIFMA Board Member, Temasek Polytechnic
4.00pm–4.10pmAppreciation Handshakes and Photo Taking session 
4.10pm–4.30pmEnd of Programme and Start of Networking Session 
4.30pm–6.00pmEnd of Networking Session 

Note: The above program is accurate as of March 14, 2024, and is subject to change.