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Building and Construction Authority

12 Mar 2019 to 12 Mar 2019

Timber flooring is widely used in building works. Having good understanding and knowledge on the types of timber flooring, their components, the right ways to handle, install and maintain them would enable the stakeholders to improve the workmanship standards of such flooring.With the emergence of engineered wood flooring due to its superior quality, environmental friendliness and ease of handling, this course has been enhanced to cover topics on engineered wood flooring. With the revamped content, this course, which covers the salient points of two Good Industry Practices (GIP) guidebooks, namely, Timber Flooring and Engineered Wood Flooring, will further align the industry towards quality and productivity improvements.

Building and Construction Authority

13 Mar 2019 to 15 Mar 2019

With construction projects becoming more and more complex, the demand on the knowledge, skills and expertise of the project manager has increased correspondingly. This includes planning and controlling multiple key elements of project management, including time, cost, material, organisation, quality, delivery and safety. It is important that the project manager has the necessary knowledge and skill set to manage the building project professionally so as to complete and deliver the project to his clients on time and within budget.Construction managers, consultants, project managers, architects and engineers who are involved in project planning and management should attend this course.

Building and Construction Authority

13 Mar 2019 to 14 Mar 2019

Procurement is a process of acquiring a construction project. Selecting a suitable procurement strategy in consideration of the clients objectives is a key to the success of any construction project. Building upon the procurement strategy adopted, good negotiation skill is required to achieve a fair construction contract. This 2-day course aims to provide an understanding of the processes and methodologies in managing effective contract procurement and negotiation.

Building and Construction Authority

13 Mar 2019 to 18 Mar 2019

The Certificate in Faade Inspection course is designed to equip participants with essential knowledge and skills in faade inspection. On top of legislative framework and requirements on faade inspection, participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the fundamentals of various faade systems and materials, their particular maintenance needs and inspection methods.

Institution of Engineers, Singapore

15 Mar 2019 to 15 Mar 2019

Jointly-Organised by IES Mechanical and Electrical Technical Committee (M&E TC) and IES Mechanical Engineering Technical Committee (METC), and in conjunction with Veritas Control Pte. Ltd.

Industrialisation and modernisation has spread rapidly among Asian countries, including Singapore. Consequently, this implies increasing energy use and increasing critical facilities management. Electricity are widely used and account for a large share in industrial electrical system. Hence, the reliability and energy performance of these equipment are of utmost importance.

The Technical Seminar on Transient Voltage Surge Suppression Technology provides an insight to engineers, facilities managers, competent persons, industrial consultants, and project teams working on electrical systems in order to have a cleaner & safer electricity to protect their asset & reduce failure.

The Seminar is developed to understand the design and root cause of Transient issue, High voltage surge, effects of transients on electronic equipment, active frequency tracking, Modes of protection in a safe and efficient way for electrical power systems.

CPD/ PDU/ STU for PEB PEs, IES C.ENGs and/ or IES/ACES M&E REs & RTOs respectively; all pending approvals.

This course is designed to assist engineers to prepare for Practical Professional Exam in Civil Engineering. The syllabus of the exam is very wide; many engineers do not know how to prepare for the exam. This course uses systemic approach to cover major topics.

Building and Construction Authority

18 Mar 2019 to 18 Mar 2019

DfMA is a concept that has its roots in the manufacturing sector. In construction, DfMA is a process whereby buildings are designed for ease of off-site manufacturing and efficiency of on-site assembly. In this course, participants will gain essential concepts and principles of DfMA, design consideration for DfMA, its benefits and challenges as well as applications. Case studies will also be discussed.

Institution of Engineers, Singapore

22 Mar 2019 to 22 Mar 2019

The Workplace Safety and Health (Design for Safety) Regulations 2015 came into operation on 1st August 2016. Besides the employment of a Design for Safety Professional, other personnel such as architects, engineers, designers involve in various engineering professions in the project are also required to eliminate or mitigate all foreseeable design risks to as low as reasonably practicable to any person affected by the project under the Regulations.

Building and Construction Authority

26 Mar 2019 to 26 Mar 2019

The mandatory provision of civil defence (CD) shelters for all new residential development started in 1998. Owners have the option of providing household shelter within the dwelling unit or storey shelter on each floor. Good knowledge of the guidelines on proper processes and procedures on plan submission and commissioning of Household Shelter (HS) and Storey Shelter (SS) under Building Control Act and Regulations is necessary for both architectural and engineering new entrants.

Building and Construction Authority

28 Mar 2019 to 28 Mar 2019

Way-finding and signage design should be considered holistically as part of the building and facilities planning process. This is to ensure that people can have safe and easy access to amenities and facilities provided in a building. Through this course, the participants will have a good appreciation of how way-finding plays a vital role in Universal Design (UD), especially in supporting the ageing population; learn of the principles, design considerations and communication strategies of way-finding and signage; and be familiar with the design requirements set out in SS 599:2014 Guide for Wayfinding Signage in Public Areas. The Instructor will also share his experiences through the use of positive and negative case-studies.

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