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.


    • 13 Jan 2021

      [Registration Closed] Innovating for Sustainability - CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge 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 launched the inaugural CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge and is calling for proposals across the globe to make buildings more climate-resilient, resource-efficient, healthier and safer. Outstanding ideas stand a chance to win the exclusive opportunity to pilot and implement their innovations at CapitaLand's global network of properties across more than 220 cities in over 30 countries, a mentorship with leaders from CapitaLand and the industry as well as secure up to S$50,000 in project funding.

      To help the industry better understand the Challenge details, SGBC is organising an information session with CapitaLand on 13 January 2021. CapitaLand’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Ms Lynette Leong will highlight the key challenge mechanics, outline the challenge statements and answer all your burning questions.

      If you have a groundbreaking idea or solution that can help the built environment be part of the solution to climate change, the CapitaLand Sustainability X Challenge may be the platform to kickstart its development.

    • 18-19 Jan 2021

      [Industry Event] Built Environment and Property Prospects Seminar 2021

      bepp r3c1dd993f03d742c7a65cdf262464f98f

      The pandemic has indeed caused much disruptions globally. Closer to home, while the built environment sector is facing unprecedented challenges amidst much uncertainties, the sector is working hard and appears to be on track for a sustained recovery. The construction sector grew by 38.7% on a quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted basis, which was a rebound from the sharp contraction of 59.4% recorded during the Circuit Breaker period (based on advance estimate by Ministry of Trade and Industry Singapore (MTI)). While the sector is grasping with recovery, it is equally essential to look ahead, grasp opportunities and gain stronger footing to emerge stronger from this crisis and remain resilient. Join the conversation at the upcoming Built Environment and Property Prospects Seminar 2021.

      Date: 18 & 19 Jan 2021
      Time: 9.30am - 12.30pm
      Physical* & Virtual Seminar
      FEE: S$300 (incl. of GST)
      Seminar material are downloadable on event days.

      *The seminar on day-1 (18 Jan 2021) will be delivered in both physical and virtual formats. Physical format will be conducted at BCA Braddell Campus. Please indicate your choice of attendance clearly. Please note that the slots for physical attendance are limited. Participants will be notified separately if their option for physical attendance is successful.

      Successful participants are strictly required to comply with the prevailing safe management measures, including pre-event swab test, if required. All participants will be given unique link to attend both days event virtually.

      Find out more here:

    • 21 Jan 2021

      [SGBC Course] Assessing the Carbon Footprint of your Organisation - Jan. 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.

      Register today:

    • 21 Jan 2021

      [SGBC Course] Assessing the Carbon Footprint of Building Products - Jan 2021 Intake


    • 26 Jan 2021

      [直播预告] 凯德 “可持续发展X挑战赛” 宣讲会

      CSXC Image Header

      如果你有突破性的想法或创新解决方案,可以帮助建筑环境成为气候变化解决方案的一部分, 凯德“可持续发展X挑战赛“ 为你提供想法展示及项目启动的平台。



      为了帮助参赛者全面了解本次大赛并更好地准备方案,凯德集团及新加坡绿色建筑委员 (SGBC) 会将于1月26日举办“可持续发展X挑战赛”线上宣讲会。

      届时,凯德集团的首席可持续发展官梁静仪 (Lynette Leong) 及 “可持续发展X挑战赛”项目总监许宝钻(Sylvia Koh-Gratton)将详细介绍赛制安排,并针对大家的问题进行解答。





    • 28 Jan 2021

      [Register Now] SP-SGBC Webinar Series: Smart and Sustainable Cities – Beyond Technology

      0001 22

    • 09 Mar 2021

      [BCAA Course] Certification Course for Green Mark Advanced Accredited Professional

      In 2005, the Singapore government embarked on the green building movement and launched the BCA Green Mark scheme as a benchmark for evaluating environmental sustainability in buildings. The scheme has since become a leading green building rating system in the tropics and sub-tropics. Against the backdrop of climate change and global warming, green building design, sustainable operations and maintenance are gaining more importance than ever to be key opportunities to cope with impact of climate change and reduce environmental impact of urban living.

      In order to advance Singapore’s sustainability agenda, there is a critical need to develop a pool of competent green building specialists to design, develop, manage and maintain green buildings. Certification courses on Green Mark are offered to stakeholders of the built environment sector at both entry and advanced levels to acquire knowledge and specialisation, which enable them to steer their organisations towards greater competitiveness in local and international markets.

      The Green Mark Advanced Accredited Professional (GMAAP) course aims to equip industry practitioners who are involved in new developments with the knowledge and skills to carry out detailed design and enhancement of building performance for higher Green Mark certification and implementation, with emphasis on super low energy buildings.

      Click here to find out more.

    • 30 Mar 2021

      [Save The Date] SGBC Annual General Meeting 2021

      AGM Image

       More details will be made available soon.

      Please contact the SGBC Secretariat at 6732-5518 or [email protected] should you require any clarification.

    • 18 May 2021

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

      SSC Course

      Course Dates:

      Wednesday, 25 November 2020 | 9:00AM - 12:00PM; 1:00PM - 4:00PM (SGT)
      Thursday, 26 November 2020 | 1:00PM - 4:00PM (SGT)

      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.

      Find out more: