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.


    • 25 Sep 2020

      [Watch Now] Act On Climate - Advancing Net Zero in the Built Environment

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      A special session held in support of both International Built Environment Week 2020 and World Green Building Week 2020, the Act On Climate webinar aims to provide an actionable overview of the decarbonisation landscape in the Asia Pacific, with a primary focus on Singapore. The webinar will deep dive into the barriers, drivers, challenges and opportunities for the built environment to Act On Climate for a greener, more sustainable future.

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    • 14-15 Oct. 2020

      [Attend for Free] BuildTech Asia 2020

      The inaugural BuildTech Asia Digital Series will showcase the region’s most comprehensive range of products, services and technological innovations in the entire building life cycle.

      In addition to the virtual networking with more than 100 international and regional brands from the built environment, there will be Free-To-Attend Webinars over the 2 day’s events of BuildTech Asia Virtual Exhibition, curated by thought leaders in the Built Environment and Construction Industry.

      Stay updated with new trends. Discover new services, tools, equipment and materials, as well as the advanced technologies in the field of the built environment. Meet with regional exhibitors and visit the various technologies on exhibits at the comfort behind your desk.

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    • 20 Oct 2020

      [Register Now] SGBC Webinar Series: Unlocking Green Finance

      Organisations are increasingly moving towards a more sustainable future while environmental, social and governance materiality are beginning to factor heavily into business operations.

      Green financing has been gaining momentum here in Singapore since 2018, with the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) setting up a US$2 billion green investments programme (GIP) in November 2019 to invest in public market investment strategies that have a strong green focus. MAS also released in June 2020 a consultation paper on new guidelines to manage environmental risks for financial institutions. These will help to support the Singapore financial centre in promoting environmentally sustainable projects and mitigating climate change risks in Singapore and the region.

      What impact will green financing have on industries such as building and construction and how can businesses tap on its benefits? In this SGBC Webinar series supported by HSBC, find out more about sustainable financing and how it could help your business unlock growth and value in the future by funding growth, driving innovation and delivering improved margins.

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    • 21 Oct 2020

      [HKGBC Webinar] “COVID-19: Towards the New Norm” Webinar Series



      In view of the current COVID-19 outbreak, indoor environmental controls are of vital importance to prevent the spread of diseases and maintain building occupants’ health. HKGBC invited professionals from different fields including academia, consulting firms, and service or technology providers to share professional information on prevention of disease transmission, disinfection methods and air quality monitoring in indoor environment.

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    • 22 Oct 2020

      [Registration Closed] SGBC Webinar: Powering Sustainability with EnergyTech For A Low Carbon Future

      The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented challenges for many industries including the built environment. With a challenging global economic outlook ahead, how can sustainability goals continue to be advanced and accelerated towards a low carbon future?

      In this SGBC Education Spotlight webinar, speakers from SP Group will share more about digital energy technologies and case studies that bring together operational efficiency, energy efficiency and improvement in occupant well-being for commercial buildings, townships and districts. To gain perspectives and insights on how to advance sustainability to the next level in the built environment, this webinar is not to be missed.

      Registration is now closed. Contact [email protected] for assistance. 

    • 27 Oct 2020

      [Register Now] SGBC Webinar: What are EPDs?

      With the increasing onus on sustainability, building product transparency has started to gain global traction. Changes in consumer expectations, building certification systems, international laws and standards are finally beginning to converge on standardised corporate reporting on environmental, social and health impacts.

      Many in the design and manufacturing communities are developing ways to easily communicate this information through what is often called a nutrition label for building products. An environmental product declaration, or EPD, is a voluntary declaration of a product’s life-cycle impact and are used for a wide variety of purposes such as green procurement, green building rating programmes and designing for the environment (ecodesign).

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    • 29 Oct 2020

      [SGBC Course] Assessing the Carbon Footprint of your Organisation

      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

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    • 4-8 Nov 2020

      [Partner Event] Construction & Building Technologies Virtual Business Mission


      About 50 European companies in Construction & Building Technologies are on a virtual business mission to seek long term partnerships in South East Asia. These companies will be showcasing their latest solutions such as low-carbon materials, smart and green building, smart metering, solar, sustainable materials, and other environmentally and sustainable solutions.

      From 5 to 8 Nov, local companies can visit the EU Pavilion at PhilConstruct VX and meet with the European solution providers online between 1pm to 6pm (SGT).

      You are also invited to partake in these activities happening during the week:
      • Exhibitor Spotlight presentations, 5 Nov, 3:00 – 3:45pm (SGT)
      Get a brief update on how community engagement tool for city planners, sustainable/smart materials, autonomous robots and digital transformation solutions can help you.

      • Market Insights by Industry Expert session, 6 Nov, 2 – 3pm (SGT)
      Gain insights about the challenges and opportunities of Singapore’s Construction and Building industry.   
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    • 12 Nov 2020

      [Register Now] SGBC Webinar: Entwining Smart & Healthy Buildings

      Sweeping global developments on the public health front have given new meaning to the phrase “a new normal”. While contemporary measures such as remote working and physical dividers serve as stopgap solutions to maintain a semblance of normalcy, true economic recovery can only be possible if we can inch closer to pre-pandemic times.

      Smart building solutions have been steadily gaining traction over the years, being accelerated in recent times to how technology can be utilised to safeguard human health and wellbeing. With technology helping to ensure the health of a building for its occupants, our built environment can be well-equipped to face the new normal.

      In this SGBC Webinar supported by SGBC Founding Member Schneider Electric, find out how smart technology can help to shape healthy buildings.

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