World Cities Summit 2016

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The biennial World Cities Summit is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Themed Liveable and Sustainable Cities: Innovative Cities of Opportunity, the 5th World Cities Summit will be held in conjunction with the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore (CESS). For more information, visit  

NUS: The Guest Lecture Series 2016/2017 -- Anthony Wood

The Guest Lecture Series 2016/2017 | Anthony Wood

Date of Guest Lecture: 22nd June 2016 (Wednesday)
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Venue: STI Auditorium, 168 Robinson Road, Capital Tower, Singapore 068912



BOA-SIA CPD Accreditation Points

Kindly note that there is: 

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

Registration for CPD points will start at 5pm and end at 5.55pm on 22nd June 2016, outside the lecture venue.  

Online registration for the lecture starts on 7th June 2016 (tomorrow - Tuesday), 10am and ends on 21st June 2016 (Tuesday), 12pm. 

The url for registration:

Do register early as there are limited seats available.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on that day! 


Construction Safety Promotion Campaign

With the recent spate of fatalities in the construction industry, the Singapore Contractors Association Ltd (SCAL) strongly urges contractors to place safety as their top priority. Concerted and urgent actions are needed by all industry stakeholders to improve workplace safety and health in the construction sector. 

SCAL is launching an annual Construction Safety Promotion Month starting June 2016. As part of this campaign, a series of CEO Site Safety Awareness activities will be organised where CEOs of SCAL member companies will personally conduct site safety awareness activities at worksites under their charge. This is to send a strong message that construction safety starts with the top leadership of the company and not just driven by Safety Officers. 

Culminating the campaign will a SCAL Construction Safety, Health and Security Seminar to be held on 22 June 2016 at the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i). The event will be officiated by Guest-Of-Honour Mr Sam Tan, Minister of State, Prime Minister’s Office and Ministry of Manpower. Details of the seminar are as follows: 

Date:    22 June 2016, Wednesday
Time:   2.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Venue: Employment and Employability Institute (e2i)
              80 Jurong East St 21
              Singapore 609607

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SUTD: ASD Distinguished Lecture - Advanced Digital Fabrication:Learning from the Sagrada Família

Mark Burry
Advanced Digital Fabrication: Learning from the Sagrada Família
Monday, 30th May 2016, 6.00 pm, Lecture Theatre 4 (Building 2, Level 4, Room 2.404)


As Senior Architect of the Sagrada Família Basilica Foundation since 1979, Mark Burry has been a pioneer of employing technologies such as parametric design and digital fabrication in architectural practice, and of combining them with historical research. This challenging project -the world’s longest ongoing construction site- has been at the forefront of design and technology for over a century, starting with original, visionary and structurally daring design by Antoni Gaudí (1852 – 1926). Part of a Unesco World Heritage Site, the project also is of immense cultural importance, focusing local identities and global tourism alike. 

Mark Burry also is the Professor of Urban Futures at the University of Melbourne at the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. In this position, he is consolidating research in urban visualisation, urban analytics, and urban policy. He is assisting with the University of Melbourne’s collective goal of tackling three ‘Grand Challenges’ - understanding our place and purpose, fostering health and wellbeing, and supporting sustainability and resilience - through an urban futures perspective, cross-Faculty linkages, and developing broader research and industry connections.