SGBC Green Trends Seminar 2018

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Singapore

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SGBC Green Trends Seminar is an annual event dedicated to examining the latest developments and trends in green buildings. Join us as we discover how the focus on sustainability is creating a better built environment for our future.

PROGRAMME:

NEXT GEN BUILDING MANAGEMENT

Advancing IAQ with Technology: Smart & Responsive Ventilation Systems

Professor Sitaraman Chandra Sekhar, Board Member, Singapore Green Building Council

Centre for Integrated Building Energy and Sustainability in the Tropics (CiBEST)

Department of Building, School of Design and Environment

National University of Singapore

Modernising Building Efficiency: Schüco’s Approach to Digitalisation

Schüco International KG

Digitalisation of Outcome Based Building Services

Mr Terence Tan T.T., Director

Integrated Building Services

Building Technologies & Solutions

Johnson Controls Singapore

BUILDING GREEN CONNECTIONS

Construction Industry Transformation Map (ITM) :

Aligned Vision for Construction Productivity & Sustainability

Ms Leong-Kok Su Ming, Deputy Group Director

Construction Productivity & Quality Director, Policy & Innovation

Building and Construction Authority, Singapore

IoT in Buildings

Mr Ani Bhalekar, Head

Digital Mobile and IoT (Industry X.0) Practice for ASEAN+

Accenture

Green Financing and Impact on Real Estate

Mr Hein Wegdam, Global Director

Sustainable Finance, Asia Pacific

ING Bank N.V.

Green Real Estate Market Outlook

Mr Benjamin McCarron, Managing Director

Asia Research and Development (ARE)

Sustainable Trends for Commercial Buildings

Mr Oscar Wezenbeek, Managing Director

Marine & Protective Coatings

AkzoNobel

Public Perception of Green Buildings

Ms Ong Hui Wen, Senior Manager

Environmental Sustainability Group, Green Mark Department (New Development)

Building and Construction Authority, Singapore

Mr Richard Wong, Vice President

Public Sector & Government Practice

Frost & Sullivan

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