|Date and time:
|Monday, November 16, 2020 10:30 am
Singapore Time (Singapore, GMT+08:00)
In view of the need to accelerate digitalisation within the Built Environment (BE) sector in the new normal and to address the digitalization concerns faced by developers, the Real Estate Developers’ Association of Singapore (REDAS) and KPMG in Singapore are pleased to invite you to a virtual webinar on “Reimagining Singapore’s Built Environment”. At the same time, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between REDAS and KPMG in Singapore will be signed to develop a thought leadership publication on the subject. This collaboration intends to identify and examine gaps in digital adoption and address a wide gamut of ancillary issues with data obtained from an industry-level survey. The collaboration with KPMG on the Gaps Analysis Survey will contribute useful and valuable inputs to support the development of the REDAS Developer-Centric Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD) Dashboard. The REDAS IDD dashboard when successfully developed and made available, it is hoped that this will facilitate on-boarding by developers especially the mid-sized and smaller developers and catalyse wider adoption of collaborative IDD with single source of truth. Separately, REDAS will be working with the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) to publish an IDD implementation guide to establish a best practice approach to assist developers to drive IDD adoption.
Guest-of-Honour, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of National Development, Mr Tan Kiat How, will preside over the MOU signing ceremony and will share on how the Government has partnered the industry to drive digitalisation in the BE sector. This will be followed by the sharing of insights from a panel of industry experts on how the building and construction industry can be transformed through digitalisation and technology.
This webinar is complimentary and early registration is recommended to avoid disappointment. Please indicate your availability to attend this webinar by clicking here.