[NUS] "Construe & Construct 5 -Guest Lecture & Exhibition Series 2016/2017" by ATELIER RIRI,INDONESIA│RED BEAN ARCHITECTS,SINGAPORE

4 BOA-SIA CPD Accreditation Points allocated for this guest lecture event. 

Registration for CPD points will start at 10am and end at 12pm, outside LR423. 

The url for the online registration is http://goo.gl/iB5NQv.   

Do register early as there are limited seats available. Online registration for this event ends on 29thSeptember 2016 (Thursday), 5pm. However, you may also attend the event without any prior registration but it will be subjected to seats availability.

[URA] Website Focus Group for Architects

Dear SIA Members

You are invited to URA’s corporate website focus group. We want to hear about your user experience and what information and resources will be most useful to help you do your work better. 

Date      : 21 Sep, Wednesday
Time      : 7.00pm to 9.00pm
Venue  : HIVE, 1 Fusionopolis View, #08-0 Sandcrawler 1

Your attendance will play an important role in helping URA improve their website to serve you better. You will also receive an $80 shopping voucher for participating.

For questions and to RSVP, please email to Jerry Yip at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . He can be contacted at 6321 8339.

[SMC] Adjudication Conference

To Register: http://www.smcconference.com.sg/

[BCA] Design For Maintainability Seminar

5 September 2016 . JEM Office Tower Level 6 Auditorium

Transforming the built environment sector towards higher productivity requires concerted efforts across the entire building and construction value chain. With greater emphasis on creating sustainable developments and improving building performance, the concept of Maintainability is increasingly relevant in terms of minimising the costs and resources required for a building to function efficiently throughout its lifespan. 

BCA will be organizing a ‘Design for Maintainability’ seminar on 5 September 2016. Through the seminar, industry players would have a better understanding on integrating Maintainability concept in the upstream design processes, there by promoting quality design with consideration of productivity, safety and labour efficiency in downstream building maintenance activities. 

BCA will also launch the “Design for Maintainability Checklist” which provides a set of design recommendations to aid developers and architects in adopting Maintainability best practices as well as the use of appropriate materials and technology to facilitate productive maintenance activities.

For more information, visit http://apex.sia.org.sg/xshare/DfM_Seminar_Sep2016.pdf

Click HERE to register.