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Built Environment Sector Sees the Light in 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic may have sparked an unprecedented crisis in the economy of Singapore, but for the Built Environment (BE) sector, there is an upside. The pandemic highlighted the urgency for a change in the industry. It surfaced weaknesses and vulnerabilities such as the over-dependency on unskilled foreign labour and the lack of supply chain resilience. The challenges spotlighted the need for the BE sector to step up digitalisation and streamline projects with digital solutions...
Dr Lim Lan Yuan
Association of Property and Facility Managers (APFM)
"The Association of Property and Facility Mangers (APFM) was established in Singapore to promote the standard and practice of property and facility management. Our members include property managers and facility managers who provide services and advice to various sectors of the industries including town councils, management corporations, and MNCs".
Singapore Electrical Trades Association (SETA)
"The end of Covid-19 pandemic is now? Definitely not, we are expected to start the new normal. Energy efficiency and use of renewable energy together with energy storage will change the landscape for the building sector and the development of its products. We need to consider the supply chain so as to stay relevant and ready for the growth of the electrical and electronic trades".
Phua Boon Huat
Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC)
"With the gradual re-opening of borders this year, the timing is perfect as we embark on a new 2025 strategic roadmap 'to be the nexus of tomorrow's work-life integration for sustainable urban living'. The road ahead for our industry is one that embraces sustainable transformation and a commitment to leadership and advocacy for stronger action within the furniture industry".
Singapore Institute of Landscape Architects (SILA)
"ALandscape Architect is a multi-faceted individual who focuses on nurturing both the built and natural environment and finding that delicate balance where they become mutually beneficial. Evidently, our work cuts across many fields or natural, urban and social sciences in our pursuit of designing ecologically sensitive, environmentally conscious, socially effective and above all aesthetically attractive urban green open spaces for all".
Dr Lim Lan Yuan
Singapore Institute of Surveyors & Valuers (SISV)
"The Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers (SISV) is the national body representing professional surveyors and valuers in Singapore. Its members comprise Land Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors and Valuation and General Practice Surveyors which include valuers, property managers, building surveyors, property consultants and real estate professionals involved in the development, use and management of the built environment".
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