Evolution of the Buildings Industry Supply Chain in Asia-Pacific

Evolution of the Buildings Industry Supply Chain in Asia-Pacific

Growing Energy Efficiency Awareness and Environmental Concerns will Drive Change in Building Industry Practices

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30-Sep-2015
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9AAF-00-27-00-00
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The building industry will undergo substantial changes in both technology and processes in the coming years. Increasing awareness for energy conservation and the necessity to protect the environment will bring about a paradigm shift in building industry practices. This shift will be focused on reducing wastage, saving time and money, and reducing environmental degradation. The growth in the prominence of sustainable buildings, modular homes, and sustainability reporting are compelling building industry supply chain participants to adopt green practices. The industry value chain is expected to witness involvement by all participants in the proliferation of energy efficiency, new technology applications, and sustainability initiatives.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Definitions

Building Industry Supply Chain

Evolution in Building Industry Supply Chain

Key Findings

Integrated Energy Design

Integrated Energy Design (continued)

Integrated Energy Design (continued)

Integrated Energy Design Case Study—Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH), Singapore

Growth of IFM

Growth of IFM (continued)

Growth of IFM (continued)

Growth of IFM Case Study—Taiwan

Growth of IFM Case Study—Taiwan (continued)

Demand for Energy Efficiency Professionals

Demand for Energy Efficiency Professionals (continued)

Key Findings

Growth of Building Information Modeling

Growth of Building Information Modeling (continued)

Growth of Building Information Modeling (continued)

Growth of Building Information Modeling Case Study—Kathleen Kilgour Centre, New Zealand

Growth of Building Information Modeling Case Study—Kathleen Kilgour Centre, New Zealand (continued)

Green Building Materials for Prefabricated Buildings

Green Building Materials for Prefabricated Buildings (continued)

Green Building Materials for Prefabricated Buildings (continued)

Green Building Materials for Prefabricated Buildings (continued)

Green Building Materials for Prefabricated Buildings Case Study—CDL Green Gallery, Singapore

Virtual and Augmented Reality

Virtual and Augmented Reality (continued)

Virtual and Augmented Reality (continued)

Virtual and Augmented Reality Case Study—Walt Disney Concert Hall, US

Virtual and Augmented Reality Case Study—Rebuilding of Christchurch, New Zealand

Building Printing

Building Printing (continued)

Building Printing Case Study—WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Company, China

Key Findings

CSR in Property Development

CSR in Property Development Case Study—City Development Limited (CDL), Singapore

Circular Economy and Sharing Economy

Circular Economy Case Study—Japan and China

Sharing Economy Case Study—Yard Club Inc., US

Sustainability Reporting and the Move Against Corruption

Sustainability Reporting and the Move Against Corruption (continued)

Sustainability Reporting Case Studies

Move Against Corruption Case Studies

Move Against Corruption Case Studies (continued)

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Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)

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The building industry will undergo substantial changes in both technology and processes in the coming years. Increasing awareness for energy conservation and the necessity to protect the environment will bring about a paradigm shift in building industry practices. This shift will be focused on reducing wastage, saving time and money, and reducing environmental degradation. The growth in the prominence of sustainable buildings, modular homes, and sustainability reporting are compelling building industry supply chain participants to adopt green practices. The industry value chain is expected to witness involvement by all participants in the proliferation of energy efficiency, new technology applications, and sustainability initiatives.
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