Regulations, Codes And Standards Committee (RCS)

Contact:                     The Regulations, Codes and Standards Committee (RCS) was set up with the objective to engage regulatory authorities activities and to participate in the early stage of formulation of building regulations as well as to provide constructive feedback on current policies and provide feedback on issues related to rules, regulations, codes and standards.  …

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Workplace Safety And Health (WSH) Committee

Contact: The WSH Committee was setup to deals and promote workplace safety and health matters, in particular, in regard to the architectural profession in the construction industry context, and with a focus on design-for-safety (“DfS”).  A key topic for SIA in WSH is ‘design-for-safety’ (“DfS”, aka ‘safety-through-design’). In 2012 SIA joined IES, ACES, REDAS, …

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Small And Medium Architectural Practice (SMAP) Committee

Contact: The Small And Medium Architectural Practice Committee was set up with the objective to provide a dignified and sustainable platform for Small and Medium Architectural Practice.  Small and Medium Architectural Practices generally mean firms comprising 1 to 20 personnel. In the fast changing world, the diverse and nimble natures of SMAP are crucial …

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Contact: CIJC was established on 27 September 1997 as a grouping of associations representing key construction industry stakeholders.  The members of the grouping are: Association Of Consulting Engineers Singapore (ACES) The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS) The Singapore Contractors Associations Ltd (SCAL) Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) …


Building Contracts Committee

Contact: The Building Contracts Committee oversees the SIA Building Contracts, addresses issues and participates in dialogues/meetings with relevant parties/agencies in regards to building contract and promotes awareness and understanding of SIA Building Contracts to SIA members, allied professionals and the public. The objectives for the committee are as follows: promoting the SIA Building Contracts …

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Architect’s Appointment (AA) Committee

Contact: The Architect’s Appointment Committee was set up with the objective to address and promote practice needs/tools towards creating a conducive environment for healthy architectural practice.  Practice – To provide practitioners with practice needs / tools, e.g. publication of the Architect’s Scope of Service Matrix on SIA website, review of the SIA Conditions of …

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Resource & Technology

Contact: The Resource & Technology Committee was setup with the objective to explore, review, share and update new IT technologies/processes/tools that will be beneficial to architectural practice especially for members and the building industry. The committee works closely with BCA and SIACAD. The Resource & Technology Committee have planned a series of talks, sharing …

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Continuing Professional Development Programme (CPD)

Contact: Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Programme is established with the principal objective to help architects to develop professionally through continuous updating and upgrading of their skill set and knowledge, so that their knowledge and experience will remain current and relevant in our rapidly changing environment. This is achieved through organizing educational courses, seminars, talks …

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Career Talks on Architecture

Contact: To promote architecture to student and to increase their interest in architecture as a career, SIA will conduct career talks at Junior Colleges and Schools. This is part of the Career Guidance Programme in JCs and schools.

Design for Safety Appreciation (DfSA) Course

Contact: This course will touch on the practical approach for architects, developers & contractors to meet new obligations and avoid the pitfalls under the DfS Regulations and also examines the design-for-safety scheme under the Regulations, and focuses on how designers, developers and contractors can go about meeting their design obligations and avoid pitfalls. Note: …

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