Singapore firms making a (Green) Mark overseas

Building System and Diagnostics' co-founder Tan Phay Ping at Changi Airport's Terminal 4. His company was the energy and environmental sustainability consultant for the development.
Building System and Diagnostics' co-founder Tan Phay Ping at Changi Airport's Terminal 4. His company was the energy and environmental sustainability consultant for the development.PHOTO: LEE LAI TEE
SkyResidence @ Dawson, one of HDB's 21 Green Mark projects this year. HDB is the first public agency to receive the Green Mark Platinum Award.
SkyResidence @ Dawson, one of HDB's 21 Green Mark projects this year. HDB is the first public agency to receive the Green Mark Platinum Award.PHOTO: HDB

More building owners, tenants here also win Green Mark Awards in recognition of efforts

Firms in Singapore are taking to the world their knowledge of how buildings can be made environmentally friendly, even as more building owners and tenants in Singapore are being recognised for their efforts in the greening of buildings here.

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) last month gave out 420 Green Mark Awards, a significant increase from the 347 awarded last year. The Green Mark rating is given to buildings or tenants who meet certain standards of energy efficiency and good indoor environmental quality.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 09, 2018, with the headline 'Singapore firms making a (Green) Mark overseas'. Print Edition | Subscribe