Chairman : Mr Wilson Wong
To examine any issues pertaining to contractual matters or construction/building practices that are of importance to the industry and put up necessary recommendations for the Council’s endorsement
To liaise and organise dialogues with other professional/government bodies on any policy and course of action on contractual matters that affect contractors
To review existing and new policies that are of direct relevance and importance to the practices of contractors
To make representations to the government agencies to voice opinions and offer feedback of the Association
To establish a close rapport between contractors and the government agencies
Hold dialogues with government departments, government agencies, professional institutions and trade associations
Hold regular meetings with contractors
Chairman : Mr Raymond Chan
Identifying key digitalisation needs within construction industry such as areas which are under-digitalised and find solutions to build up on these areas
Identifying solutions to build capabilities to digitalise the construction sector with the objective of increasing productivity, save cost, reduce wastage and increasing safety
Raising awareness of advantages and prospects of digitalisation
To disseminate information to members and update on IDD trends and initiatives in the industry
To consult various stakeholders in the industry such as government, contractors, suppliers and IDD-related solutions
To network within construction industry and across CIJC
To liaise/collaborate with authorities, Institutes of Higher Learning, solution/service provider
To organise and hold events and outreach programmes to extend and establish IDD in the construction sector
Chairman : Mr Yong Jian Rong
Embrace and encourage initiatives that are geared towards making a positive impact on the local communities
Provide support to the Voluntary Welfare Organisations (VWOs) and the less privileged through contributions in-kind donations, volunteerism and community outreaches
Create opportunities and encourage SCAL members and employees to participate in various Corporate Social Responsibility projects
To set up and administer the scholarship and welfare fund designed for members' benefit.
Organise social support activities such as the CSR Chinese New Year Lunch for the elderly residents
Facilitate and recruit potential blood donors through the blood donation drive recruitment programmes
Initiate fundraising events such as the SCAL Charity Golf Tournament to provide financial support for our selected charities.
Organise community outreaches such as the Clean-a-Home programme to provide a safe and clean living environment for seniors staying in rental units
Collaborate with the Building Construction Authority of Singapore to facilitate the refurbishing works for the Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
Administer the Bursary Awards to Primary, Secondary and Junior College students.
Administer the SCAL-Lu Ban Scholarship Awards
Chairman : Mr Raymond Chan
To promote awareness among members of the environmental impacts of construction.
To promote and educate members on sustainable construction.
To collaborate across organisations, institutions and government bodies locally and internationally to deliver sustainable development solution and for technology sharing.
Source and invite organisations and government bodies to give talks on environmental and sustainable construction related topics.
Encourage greater involvement of members on sustainable construction through introduction of sustainable-related technology and materials.
Appoint SCAL representatives to external committees to exchange ideas on sustainable construction.
Review regulatory requirements on environmental sustainability.
Chairman : Mr Quek Hong Peng
To maintain the Lu Ban Shrine and advise SCAL’s Council on cultural matters relating to the Lu Ban Xian Shi
To plan and organise the annual Lu Ban Birthday Anniversary Celebrations
Organise the annual Lu Ban Birthday Anniversary Celebrations
Chairman : Mr Ng Yek Meng
To help contractors adapt to present industry conditions
To secure for its members all advantages of unanimity of action
To respond to the need of members for industrywide issues
To promote membership
To identify and accredit a core of active trade subcontractors in the construction industry who are able to meet the quality and productivity needs of the industry
To provide a list of recommended and accredited trade subcontractors
To promote rapport and interaction among member companies
To reinforce members’ efforts and responsibilities in employees’ welfarre
To provide relief to family members of members’ employees during their times of difficulties
To actively promote charity events that give Members hands-on experiences in reaching out to the society’s less fortunate
Organise annual CEO Lunches, SCAL AGM, Lunar New Year Lunch and Family Day
Organise membership drives
Regularly monitor the practices of SLOTS members
Co-ordinate with government agencies on the status and current listing of SLOTS
Chairman : Mr Lee Kay Chai
To promote safety awareness and cultivate safe working habits among construction workers
Organise WSH activities for members such as the annual Construction Safety, Health & Security Seminar, safety time-out campaigns, site visits etc.
Administer the WSH Awards for Supervisors and WSH Innovation Awards for the Construction Industry
Hold regular meetings with relevant regulatory authorities and agencies such as the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and Workplace Safety and Health Council (WHSC)
Hold regular committee meetings on guidelines and regulations for construction safety issues
Hold workgroup meetings on Work at Height, Lifting, Traffic Management, Worksite Noise, Vector Control etc.
Chairman : Mr Tan Ann Kiong
To facilitate members with information, highlighting the impact and making recommendation to the regulations and policies implemented/going to be implemented by the authorities and/or industrial bodies.
To gather feedback from members and communicate with the relevant parties to ensure the needs and interests of members are well provided
To review and deliberate on manpower issues and policies pertaining to the construction industry
Attend dialogue/feedback/consultation sessions with the relevant ministries and authorities on manpower, regulation and policy issues
Inform members and gather feedback from them on new policies by various government agencies
Organise social and recreational activities for foreign workers
Chairman : Mr David Leong
To introduce members on the use of technology (plants and equipment) in their business, the current and latest system available in the industry to achieve greater efficiency and productivity
To enhance the productivity of the industry through building the capacity and capabilities of members
Organise annual SCAL Productivity and Innovation Awards
Conduct monthly outreach, training and hands-on sessions.
Create awareness of the financial schemes that is available in the industry for technology adoption and savings in their business costs
Conduct productivity studies of the Construction Industry
Chairman : Mr Ng Yek Meng
To provide regular publications which updates members on current news of the construction and building industry
To market Singapore contractors as an entity as and when they participate in overseas missions, exhibitions and trade fairs
To initiate closer ground level contact among members for the purpose of sharing and exchanging overseas experiences
Produce quarterly newsletters for The Contractor to keep members updated with the industry and association news
Media liaisons and international relations
Organise foreign Trade Missions and participate in Conferences and exhibitions with an international thrust; receive foreign trade delegates and visitors
Administer the Bursary Awards and SCAL Lu Ban Scholarship Awards
Update The Contractor’s Directory
Chairman : Dr Ho Nyok Yong
To ensure representation of SCAL in the drafting of national standards relevant to industry practice and interest.
To appoint and monitor the performance of SCAL representatives with the aim to ensure that any industrial feedback furnished to professional bodies is in the general interest of the Association and its members
Appoint SCAL representatives to external committees for the establishment of standard practices
Peruse draft codes and comment, where possible
Promote standards and practices that have been developed or adopted