HKIS Technical Visit to SISV, Singapore
Table of Content目录
1. Introduction 简介
1.1 Background 背景
1.2 The Objectives 目标
2. The Journey 行程
2.1 The Technical Visit Group
2.2 The Itinerary 行程
3. Knowledge and Experience Shared via The Visit 出访总结分享
3.1 Singapore’s Policy on the Development of Construction Industry 新加坡的装配式产业政策
3.1.1 The Construction Industry Transformation Roadmap (CITM) 建筑业转型路线图
3.1.2 DfMA and IDD in CITM
3.2 Pre-fabricated Pre-finished Volumetric Construction (PPVC)
3.2.1 What is PPVC? 什么是PPVC
3.2.2 PPVC in CITM PPVC在转型路线图中的意义
3.2.3 PPVC Vs Conventional Construction PPVC和传统建筑对比
3.2.4 Statutory Requirements 法律法规
3.2.5 Technical Capability 技术能力
3.2.6 Contractual Arrangement 合同安排
3.2.7 Cost Implication 成本
3.2.8 Procurement 采购
3.2.9 Market Positioning 市场定位
3.2.10 Pros and Cons of PPVC 利弊分析
3.2.11 The Valuable Experience from the Industry 宝贵经验
3.3.1 About the visit
3.3.2 BIM in CITM
3.3.3 BIM and QS
3.3.4 Quantity Surveying BIM Attribute Requirements (QSBAR)
3.4 Security of Payment Act (SOPA)
3.4.1 About the visit
3.4.2 Experience shared
4. Comparison with Hong Kong 和香港之间的对照
4.1 Similarity 相同点
4.2 Diversity 差异
4.3 Way Forward 前进方向
In recent years, the Hong Kong SAR Government has rolled out a series of initiatives to promote the direction of long-term development of the construction industry. Although many of these initiatives are new to the local construction industry, some of them have indeed been implemented in overseas countries. The Quantity Surveying Division of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS QSD), being one of the key stakeholders of the industry, steps up to explore more about these foreign experiences with a view to help our members and local practitioners to prepare and develop for the changes.
1.2 The Objectives
Among these initiatives, Building Information Modelling (BIM), Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC, or Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) for and Security of Payment Legislation (SOPL) have been practising by the construction industry of Singapore under its government’s policy.
In January 2019, HKIS QSD, with the kind support of the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuer (SISV), arranged a technical visit to Singapore to learn about Singapore’s practical knowledge and experience in BIM, MiC and SOPL.
2. The Journey
2.1 The Technical Visit Group
This visit is a 3-day learning tour. The delegation to the technical visit comprises the Chairman,Vice-Chairpersons and senior members of HKIS QSD.
2.2 The Itinerary
The itinerary includes meeting representatives of the Building Construction Authority of Singapore, SISV, consultants and contractors, as well as a visit to a construction site with MiC works in progress. Below are the details of the 3-day schedule.
Day 1 pm
• Arrival at Singapore 抵达
• BCA Academy – Presentation & dialogue BCA学院-演讲与对话
• BCA Construction Production Gallery 展厅参观
Day 2 am
• SSIV – BIM; presentation & dialogue with T&T
• SSIV – SOPA/Adjudication; presentation & dialogue with Rajah & Tann / Allen and Gledhill
pm • Site visit of PPVC project at Tampiness 工地参观
Day 3 am
• SSIV – PPVC; sharing with QS (Arcadis)
• SSIV – PPVC; sharing with contractor (TEC)
• SJ/Threesixty – PPVC/BIM/IDD; sharing with QS/engineer/contractor
3. Knowledge and Experience Shared via The Visit
3.1 Singapore’s Policy on the Development of the Construction Industry
3.1.1 The Construction Industry Transformation Roadmap (CITM)
At the beginning of the meeting, Building and Construction Authority (BCA) presented to the delegation some of the highlights on Singapore’s latest policy on the development of construction industry in Singapore with regard to BIM, MiC and SOPL.
Since 2016, Singapore has rolled out a series of Industry Transformation Maps (ITMs) for various sectors. The one for the construction industry was introduced in October 2017, where BCA was the lead agency.
The vision for the Construction ITM (CITM)1 is:
An advanced and integrated sector with the widespread adoption of leading technologies, led by progressive and collaborative firms well-poised to capture business opportunities, and supported by a skilled and competent workforce offering good jobs for Singaporeans.
With these visions, 3 key trends are to be developed to transform the sector:
(i) Design for Manufacturing & Assembly (DfMA),
(ii) green buildings, and
(iii) Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD).数字化交付，翻译成物联网如何？
4.3 Way Forward 前进方向
Also impressed along with the visit is how Singapore Government behaves in its leading role when rolling out strategies. If Hong Kong wishes to replicate the practice from Singapore,perhaps Hong Kong should first evaluate how our local factors can work with it.
And, the time to start is as early as possible. Although our construction industry is very experienced and is able to ride over lots of difficult time in the past, the growing difficulty in recent years still poses great challenges. When many other industries in Hong Kong and other regions in the world have already demonstrated successful revolution with modern technology, perhaps a step forward to accept something new may be an opportunity to ride over again.