Organised by the Building and Construction Authority, the Singapore Green Building Week (SGBW) will play host to international green building experts, policy-makers, academics, built environment practitioners, tenants and end-users, including members of the public and students, for a congregation of ideas, collaboration, partnership and learning, to achieve a shared vision of a greener planet through the green building movement.
The SGBW 2018 will host a myriad of other co-located events and activities during the week, offering participants great opportunities to connect with a vast international network of private and public sector players. This year, the addition of new co-located events in SGBW are also reaching out further to engage wider audiences who will also play key roles in greening the built environment.
ANCHOR EVENTS OF THE SINGAPORE GREEN BUILDING WEEK 2018
1. International Green Building Conference (IGBC) 2018
Organised by The Building and Construction Authority of Singapore (BCA) in collaboration with strategic partners - the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) and Reed Exhibitions, IGBC is a premier green building conference where thought leaders, policymakers, and practitioners in the built environment sector converge for learning, networking and collaborations.
One of the key highlights of IGBC is the specially curated Green Mark tours to 12 award-winning BCA Green Mark projects in Singapore, to explore what goes behind a green, sustainable and smart buildings.
Date: 4 Sep 2018 - Green Mark tours | 5-7 Sep 2018 - Conference & Networking
Venue: Level 3, Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Singapore
Registration is now open - click here for the best ticket promotion.
2. Build Eco Xpo (BEX) Asia
BEX Asia 2018 is Southeast Asia’s leading trade exhibition that open doors for the green building market in Southeast Asia. Source from international manufacturers, network with regional buyers and specifiers and Learn new knowledge at our curated seminars. It’s where inspiration and transformation takes place
Date: 5- 7 Sep 2018
Venue: Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Level 1, Singapore
Tickets complimentary for all trade visitors and IGBC delegates Register to visit »
MCE Asia is the region's leading trade exhibition for energy-efficient solutions in HVAC-R, Plumbing Technology, Sanitary Accessories, and Solar Energy that powers industrial plants, commercial and residential buildings. Expect to meet and network with over 12,000 industry professional in green buildings and energy efficiency sector at this 3-day trade exhibition.
Date: 5 - 7 Sep 2018
Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore, Level 1
Tickets are complimentary to all trade visitors and IGBC delegates Register to visit »
4. IGBC Welcome Reception & Exclusive Networking
The IGBC Welcome Reception is one of the key events of IGBC. Aligned with this year’s theme “Build Green: Build Smart. Build Communities”, it is a networking event which gathers local and overseas delegates from major developers, building owners, building tenants and other industry stakeholders to network, exchange new ideas and call for change in mind-set, behaviour and technology to further drive green building movement collectively in the built environment.
The exclusive networking will serve as the platform for invited guests from the industry to network with IGBC 2018’s Pearl Sponsor and other industry stakeholders.
Date: 5 Sep 2018
Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore, Level 3
Entry access: By Invitation Only
5. Tree Planting
Together with BCA’s senior management, strategic partners of BCA – Reed Exhibitions and SGBC, sponsors of the event and invited guests, 50 trees will be planted to reduce the carbon footprint of IGBC, BEX Asia & MCE Asia. This year, the event will be held at Springleaf Nature park. The event is proudly sponsored by Frasers Property Singapore.
6. BCA-CDL Green Sparks Competition 2017/2018
BCA partners City Developments Limited (CDL) to organise the fourth run of the BCA-CDL Green Sparks Competition. Launched in 2010, this biennial national-level green building competition aims to engage local tertiary students and allow them to better appreciate the importance of adopting an integrated design approach in green building design.
Conceptualise innovative solutions to make a Bukit View Secondary School Positive Energy/Zero Energy* with a conducive learning environment for its users
*A Positive/ Zero Energy School, is a school with nett zero energy consumption or an energy surplus. This means the total amount of electricity used on an annual basis is equal to or less than the amount of renewable energy created on the site.
Winning entries of the BCA-CDL Green Sparks Competition 2017/2018 will be displayed at the BCA Pavilion at BEX Asia.