Singapore is planning to make 80% of its building green by 2030. Intended to incentivize Singapore’s construction industry towards building more environmentally-friendly buildings, the Building and Construction Authority’s (BCA) Green Mark Scheme is seen as a stamp of approval by the private sector and homeowners who want to boost their green credentials. The question is how are these companies and individuals going about sprucing up their buildings to meet the bill?
From automatic motion sensor lights to rooftop solar panels, ‘A Green Mark Singapore’ delves into the practices and technologies that have been adopted at environmentally-friendly buildings in Singapore.
A list of the green buildings featured in this two-part DVD.
Mapletree Anson - Noble Resources
The Galen Building - Ascendas Land
Fuji Xerox Tower
National Library Building
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
Green Mark Gold Award home
Heartlanders - Treelodge at Punggal
City Square Mall
313 at Somerset Mall
ITE College West
Asia Square Tower 1
United World College of SouthEast Asia
BCA Green Mark Scheme - International Development Division
Resorts World Sentosa
Sungei Buloh Westland Reserve
Samwoh Corporataion Eco-Green Building
Zero Energy Building at BCA Academy