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RICS Seminar: Adoption of Technology in Construction Productivity (Singapor...

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SCAL Multi-Purpose Hall – Level 2

90 Stamford Road

Construction House, No.1 Bukit Merah Lane 2

Singapore 159760

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RICS is pleased to invite you to attend the half-day seminar on Wednesday 18 July 2018.

In Singapore, improving productivity has become an important aspect for the construction industry. Higher productivity would strengthen its social standing and long-term development, and within the construction company itself, it would mean greater efficiency, lower costs and increased competitiveness.

Using technologies have become essential in improving construction productivity and there is more than just one type of technology in the construction today. This upcoming RICS half- day seminar invites local experts to share and discuss on how Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) and Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD) improve construction productivity.


Supporting associations:

  • CIOB - The Chartered Institute of Building

  • REDAS - Real Estate Developers' Association of Singapore

  • SCAL - The Singapore Contractors Association

  • SCL - Society of Construction Law Singapore

  • SIBL - Singapore Institute of Building Limited

  • SISV - Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers

  • SPM - Society of Project Managers Singapore


More information on PPVC and IDD

Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC)

  • A technology that supports the DfMA concept to significantly speed up construction.

  • Not new in Singapore, but builders are still resistant to use PPVC in their construction despite of the government land sale sites mandate.

  • According to BCA, PPVC can potentially achieve a productivity improvement of up to 40% in manpower and time savings.

Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD)

  • One of the Singapore government strategies in the Construction Industry Transformation.

  • An integrated process of the stakeholders in the construction value chain through Information Communication Technology (ICT) and smart technologies.

  • Its Construction-Led-Design (CLD) move towards construction productivity and collaborative contracts.


Seminar agenda:

RICS opening remarks

Mr Dexter See, Managing Director ASEAN, RICS

The “Dos” and “Don’ts” in Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD) Journey

  • Key issues in integrating the digital data across industries.

  • Initiatives put to push out the integration.

  • Steps and strategies in the Integrated Digital Delivery.

  • Lessons learnt from Surbana Jurong.

Mr Eugene Seah, Senior Director (Special Projects), GCEO’s Office, Surbana Jurong Private Limited

Panel discussion: Creating a win-win productivity across construction through IDD

  • What is Construction-Led-Design (CLD) in the IDD process?

  • How is CLD accepted by stakeholders in the construction value chain?

  • How can CLD provide cost efficiency and increase profits in a project?

  • What are the changes in collaborative construction contracts with CLD implementation?

  • What are the advantages and disadvantages in the changes in collaborative construction contracts?

Moderator & panellists:

  • Mr Eugene Seah, Senior Director (Special Projects), GCEO’s Office, Surbana Jurong Private Limited

  • Mr Daniel Tay, Partner, Chan Neo LLP

  • Mr Edmund Leong, Senior Manager (ITA-BIM, ICT), Straits Construction

Tea break and LIVE Virtual Reality Demonstration

During tea break session, participants will get to experience the live demonstration of technology that converts Building Information Modeling (BIM) into Virtual Reality Design Coordination.

Presentation on PPVC

Mr Allan Tan, Executive Director, Dragages Singapore Pte Ltd

Panel discussion: Harnessing PPVC in the construction — Productivity and Investment

  • Key issues in using PPVC and improving construction productivity.

  • PPVC’s profitable long-term market demand.

  • Investing on PPVC – stakeholders’ estimation on cost to ensure profitable projects.

  • PPVC and the investment barriers.

  • Case study of a project built with PPVC in Singapore.

Moderator & panellists:

  • Mr Allan Tan, Executive Director, Dragages Singapore Pte Ltd

  • Mr Khor Yew Chai, Executive Director, BBR Group


RICS reserves the right to revise this agenda. Speakers are subject to change.

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SCAL Multi-Purpose Hall – Level 2

90 Stamford Road

Construction House, No.1 Bukit Merah Lane 2

Singapore 159760

Singapore

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