Event code: 78055
Regulatory requirements and implementation timeline of the prescribed Green Mark Standard for Existing Buildings and periodic energy audit of building cooling system took effect in Jan 2014.This course will provide participants with salient information and knowledge on the Building Control Act 2012, Building Control (Environmental Sustainability Measures for Existing Buildings) Regulations 2016, Code on Periodic Energy Audit of Building Cooling System and the Green Mark e-filing system.
• Overview of Green Mark Criteria for Existing Building
• Regulatory framework for environmental sustainability measures for existing buildings
• Code on Environmental Sustainability Measures for Existing Building
• Code on Periodic Energy Audit of Building Cooling System
• Submission procedures and Green Mark e-filing System
ER YONG SIEW HWA, Principal Manager, Green Mark Department (Existing Buildings), Building and Construction Authority
Siew Hwa’s current works involved promoting and introducing measures to improve the environmental sustainability standards of existing buildings. Prior to his current appointment, he was a senior lecturing staff at BCA Academy, the training and research arm of BCA, where he introduced a number of executive, academic and professional certification programmes to build industry’s capability in sustainable building design. Siew Hwa has also acquired considerable experience in designing building services systems and managing infrastructural development projects. He has a Bachelor of Engineering and a Master of Science in Industrial and System Engineering from NUS. He also holds a Master in Business Administration from University of Western Australia.
MR THOMAS PANG, Senior Manager, Green Mark Department (Existing Buildings), Building and Construction Authority
Thomas has been with the BCA’s Green Mark Department since 2007. He was instrumental in the development of the Green Mark assessment scheme for existing non-residential buildings, a software tool for energy efficiency design, as well as the green building evaluation system for the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city. Thomas also performs green mark assessment. As of now, he has assessed over 100 green mark existing and new developments in Singapore & overseas, these include residential buildings, office buildings, institutional building, retail malls and industrial buildings. Currently he is involved in the development of the new legislation for existing buildings which will be implemented in Jan 2014.
MR KONG JIA HNG, Senior Manager, Green Mark Department (Existing Buildings), Building and Construction Authority
Jia Hng joined the Green Mark Department in 2010. Apart from assessing and evaluating buildings for their energy efficiency and environmental performance under the BCA Green Mark Scheme, he is also actively involved in other green building developmental works relating to environmental sustainability. Jia Hng has led the development of various Green Mark schemes such as the Green Mark for Existing Schools and Green Mark for Retail. More recently, he is involved in the developmental and operational works on the Legislation for Existing Buildings which will come into effect in 2014. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from NUS and is currently pursuing a Masters in Science (Building Performance and Sustainability).
Certificate of Attendance (COA) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement.
Developers, building owners, MCSTs, managing agents, facility managers, consultants, ESCOs, energy auditors who are interested and/or responsible for complying with the Building Control (Environmental Sustainability Measures for Existing Buildings) Regulations 2016.
7th Run: 5 Sep 2019 (am)
Duration: 0.5 day
Time: 9.00am to 1.00pm
Venue: BCA Academy
Fee (incl of GST): S$260.00
Refreshment will be provided.
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