Our Subsidiaries

SC2 Pte Ltd SCAL Academy Pte Ltd

Founded in 1993, SC2 Pte Ltd was established to safeguard people, property and the environment by providing professional safety audit on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).

In 2008, SC2 started to provide certification services and has attained accreditation by Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC) for SS506: Part 1 and ISO 9000 certification.

Auditors at SC2 experienced OSH auditors approved by MOM and registered with the International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA).


Established in 2009, SCAL Academy is the third wholly-owned subsidiary of SCAL.

SCAL Academy plans and designs training & development courses to cater to the industry’s training needs. It conducts various courses to enable employees to develop skills, attitudes, and knowledge to support business needs and personal aspirations.

Delivered by qualified, experienced, and dedicated trainers, these include courses accredited under the Ministry of Manpower Accredited Training Provider (ATP) scheme and Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) courses accredited by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency.

  The Singapore Construction
Mediation Centre Pte Ltd  
   SCAL Resources Pte Ltd

The Singapore Construction Mediation Centre Pte Ltd (SCMC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL).

The launch of SCMC is in line with one of SCAL’s new strategic thrusts – to remain relevant and develop services catered to our members’ needs.

The objective of SCMC is to encourage mediation as the preferred dispute resolution process of settlement for construction disputes. SCMC will provide SCAL members an effective and cost-efficient channel where an amicable and early settlement of disputes will eliminate lengthy and costly court proceedings.   


Established in October 1997, SCAL Resources Pte Ltd (SCR) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SCAL. This company was founded with the objectives to:

  • Provide value-added service to SCAL members
  • Assist contractors in their manpower planning and staffing
  • Improve the welfare of foreign workers in the local construction industry

SCR takes interest in the welfare of foreign workers and launched the SCAL recreation centre to cater to their social and recreational needs