Meet SCAL at BuildTech Asia 2022

Industry Events 15 - 17 Mar 2022

BuildTech Asia Hybrid Edition 2022
15 – 17 March 2022 | 10am - 6pm daily (SG Time | GMT +8)
Singapore EXPO, Hall 3 | BTA Digital Platform

The 11th edition of BuildTech Asia 2022 returns physically to accelerate the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies. Discover new, innovative and smart construction solution for your Business Projects and to open up networking opportunities with industry professionals from the built Environment sector focusing on the following key segments: Productive Technologies, Building Materials, Construction Machineries, Architectural Finishes, and Facilities Management. 


Meet SCAL at BuildTech Asia 2022: Booth G16

SCAL, together with our subsidiaries, SC2 Pte Ltd and SCAL Academy will be at BuildTech Asia. Come visit our booth and speak to us to find out about our latest schemes, auditing services and training courses to better serve the construction industry needs. 


Curated group tour (for SCAL members only) 

Not sure where to start or have limited time? Fret not. Join the guided group tour curated for SCAL members only on 16 March 2022 where the organiser will bring you to meet solution providers based on your needs. This is also where you can network with fellow SCAL members. Seats are limited, register via the link 

Technology-focused seminar:

Strive and emerge stronger through digital transformation

Date: 16 March 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 2.30pm to 4.15pm
Venue: Level 2,Singapore EXPO, Max Atria, Garnet Room 
Fee: Complimentary

Digitalisation can help construction firms to modernize their processes and progress into the future however many companies are facing roadblocks. Join us for a one-day only seminar where we have invited SCAL member companies to share their digital innovations in construction and project management.

Time Agenda
2.30 pm Welcome address

Presented by:
Mr Jacob Wong, Executive Director, Kwan Yong Construction (SCAL Council member)

2.35 pm Embarking on digital transformation with a unified platform

Digitization is revolutionizing the construction industry and driving better collaboration and productivity on projects. In this session, Procore will share the importance of the starting point to embark on the digital transformation journey.  Factors to consider include change management and human resources beside technology.  Learning how some companies have implemented the right tools to the field and benefited the businesses in many ways. 

Presented by:
Mr Christian Surya Kencana, Account Director, ASEAN

Mr. Kencana has 15 years of consulting and business development experience in construction industry. Throughout his career in structural engineering consulting, he has been involved in Building, Oil & Gas Plant, Underground Tunnel MRT and Bridge Projects. Mr. Kencana has attended Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore for his Master of Science (M.Sc) in Structural Engineering and is currently doing his Master Business Administration (MBA) at Northumbria University.

2.55pm Plan and execute confidently with digitalised constructible information and connected workflow

The future of construction will likely see more uses of Robots, Big data, Data analytics, 3D Scanning, Cloud collaboration, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, IoT, 5G, Mobile tablet, VR/AR, Drones, Wearable Technologies, etc.

One commonality among most of them is they feed on digital data. Not just any digital data, but digital data that is Accurate, Timely, Coordinated and Constructible.
Through customer and use cases, we hope to create awareness on how contractors and their supply chain can make operational improvement by digitalising and utilizing data from their Constructible BIM models and Cloud collaboration platform to plan and execute their work collaboratively and productively.

Presented by:
Mr Mark Tung, Sales & Business Development Director (SEA), Structures Div
Construction Sector, Trimble

Mark acts as the technology consultant to customers in the precast and concrete construction sector where he advises fabricators and contractors in their implementation of BIM and Digital construction Technologies. He has managed several BIM and Precast Automation implementation projects across Southeast Asia since 2014.

Before joining Trimble, Mark led the development of Land Transport Authority’s first BIM Specification for MRT Tender and represented LTA at the National BIM Steering committee from 2011 to 2013. Prior to that, as the APAC Technical Sales Manager with Autodesk, he actively promoted the adoption of model-based design in Asia Pacific.

3.15pm Digitalize to survive and win more projects

The future of construction is digital. The construction industry will be radically transformed by the use of digital technologies such as infinite cloud computing, data and analytics, site automation and machine learning over the next 3 to 10 years. This will improve the cashflow and profitability of projects, while shaping a smarter, safer, better-performing built environment that delivers on time and budget - and also attracts talent. Construction companies that embark on digital adoption will see acceleration in delivery and improve overall project productivity and profitability.
William Low as Head of Asia at Autodesk Construction Solutions will share his thoughts on what efforts are being undertaken by Autodesk and his team to achieve Connected Construction for the ASEAN region.

Presented by:
Mr William Low, Regional Manager, ASIA · Autodesk Construction Solutions

William Low is a regional leader for Autodesk Construction Solutions with many years of experience in providing technology driven solutions to the industry. He has proven experience with working in the construction industry providing strategic innovations that helps companies focus on digital prioritization. William brings a wealth of experience to Autodesk Construction Cloud having worked at leading Technology organizations for the last 20 years including Facilities management, Home Automation Systems and Digital solution advocator of solutions of VR, Field and BIM methodology.

3.40pm Q&A Panel Discussion

Mr Jacob Wong, Executive Director, Kwan Yong Construction (SCAL Council member)

Happy-hour networking night

After which, join us for happy-hour networking night at Timbre+ Eastside (limited to the first 100pax only)! Simply flash your visitor badge to enter the networking area. Complimentary finger food will be served too! Gather your colleagues/business associates to join you at the party! 


Hurry, register for your free access pass now!