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Building and Construction Authority

27 Oct 2021 to 27 Oct 2021

This webinar highlights agencies efforts to streamline and enhance regulatory process for the built environment industry.

Building and Construction Authority

16 Nov 2021 to 16 Nov 2021

The Construction industry has unfortunately seen 10 workplace fatalities from January to October 2021. This accounts for more than 30% of all workplace fatalities this year.The WSH Council, supported by the Ministry of Manpower, is organising the Construction WSH Leadership Dialogue 2021 to emphasize on the importance of prioritising WSH practices and tightening WSH measures for the upcoming festive period and into 2022.The Dialogue will provide thought provoking WSH leadership insights as we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Building and Construction Authority

17 Nov 2021 to 17 Nov 2021

Webinar code: 80080Computational design approach enables built environment practitioners to explore wider design options and automate complex solutions efficiently for optimised project delivery. It has also been identified as one of the in-demand key skillsets for the sector towards digitalisation. In this webinar, you will hear from both local and international practitioners covering global trends of computational approach towards design and construction, real case studies of computational approach in integrated design including practical adoption of computational BIM at various levels of complexities, as well as to showcase various possibilities as a collaborative tool. Fees (incl. of GST): S$65.00 / S$10.33 (with WTU funding)

Building and Construction Authority

29 Nov 2021 to 29 Nov 2021

The Standards Development Organisation - Institution of Engineers Singapore (SDO-IES) is organising a webinar to introduce the new Singapore Standard SS 674: 2021 Design of Fibre Concrete Structures on 29 Nov 2021. You are cordially invited to attend this webinar. This webinar will highlight some of the design provisions and provide further recommendations as well as regulatory perspective on the use including the quality assurance (QA)/quality control (QC) of fibre reinforced concrete.

Building and Construction Authority

26 Jan 2022 to 26 Jan 2022

With the gradual resumption of business and leisure activities globally, economic activities are gradually returning to normal. Recently, MTI also updated Singapore GDP growth forecast for 2021 to about 7%. What is the outlook and opportunities for local and regional built environment, construction, and property sectors in 2022? Join us at the seminar to hear from the experts and plan for the much-awaited recovery.PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS: Economic Outlook 2022: Opportunities and Challenges Regional Rebuilding in Infrastructure Development Singapore Construction Prospects 2022 Construction Cost Trends 2022: Reinventing Contract Strategy Plenary Discussion Singapore Real Estate Investment Market Outlook and Prospects Office Market Outlook and Prospects Retail Market Outlook and Prospects Residential Market Outlook and Prospects Panel Discussion

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