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Title: INCORPORATION OF SINGAPORE GREEN BUILDING PRODUCT CERTIFICATION INTO GREEN MARK SCHEME - TOWARDS GREENER BUILDINGS
Authors: LOW WEN CHYI VIVIEN
Keywords: Building
PFM
Project and Facilities Management
Lee Siew Eang
2013/2014 PFM
Issue Date: 11-Jul-2014
Citation: LOW WEN CHYI VIVIEN (2014-07-11). INCORPORATION OF SINGAPORE GREEN BUILDING PRODUCT CERTIFICATION INTO GREEN MARK SCHEME - TOWARDS GREENER BUILDINGS. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In view of the current situation in Singapore, it provides the avenue to review Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Green Mark Scheme (GMS) and also increasingly recognized Singapore Green Building Product Certification (SGBPC). Likewise, the weighting of the assessment criteria for SGBPC can affect its stand in GMS. Therefore, the aim of this study is to examine perceptions held by the developers and suppliers towards the betterment in the weighting of the assessment criteria.The research method adopted for this study is based on literature reviews, survey questionnaire and interviews. The survey questionnaires designed for the developers and SGBP suppliers are generated from the literature review and in-depth review. The results obtained through online drafted surveys are analysed and illustrated using frequencies and percentages. In addition, the results collected were also supported by the interview findings. It is concluded that there is room for improvement in finding a balance in the assessment criteria for both SGBPC and GMS. However, given that there are different certification scheme available in Singapore, the means to standardise the certification should be addressed first before it can be effectively infused into GMS. Thus, based on the analysis of the responses with reference to the interview findings, further recommendations are provided for better incorporation of SGBPC into GMS through balancing of the weighting of the assessment criteria.
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/222324
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