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Green Mark Assessment Criteria and Online Application

The assessment framework comprises a comprehensive scoring system and verification process to determine how environmentally friendly your building or project is. 

The total number of points obtained will provide an indication of the environmental friendliness of the building design and operation. Depending on the overall assessment and point scoring, the building will be certified to have met the respective Green Mark rating.

Criteria

Download the following documents to find out the scoring framework for each project type. The total number of points obtained will indicate the environmental friendliness of your building or project. 

BCA Green Mark Scheme Criteria

Applies to

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Super Low Energy Buildings (An additional recognition to GM NRB: 2015 and GM ENRB: 2017)

 

New and existing non-residential buildings including:

  • Commercial buildings
  • Industrial buildings
  • Institutional buildings
  • Schools

BCA’s SLE Programme

Non-Residential Buildings NRB: 2015

New non-residential buildings including:

  • Commercial buildings (office, retail and hotel)
  • Industrial buildings
  • Institutional buildings
  • Hawker centres
  • Healthcare facilities
  • Laboratory buildings
  • Schools

 

Residential Buildings RB: 2016

New private and public residential developments

 

Non-Residential New Buildings
(Version 4.1) (Effective: 15 Jan 2013 to 30 Nov 2016)
Applicable for new buildings such as offices, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings with or without air-conditioning systems. Green Mark Score Calculator (New Building)
Residential New buildings
(Version 4.1) (Effective: 15 Jan 2013 to 30 Nov 2017)
 For new private and public residential developments Green Mark Score Calculator (New Building)
Transit Station
(TS:2018) 
 For new rail or light rail stations such as MRT Stations GM TS 2018 Score Card

Existing Non-Residential Buildings ENRB:2017

 

Existing commercial, industrial and institutional buildings in operation

 

Existing Non-Residential Buildings
(Version 3, effective 26 July 2012 onwards)

 

Existing commercial, industrial and institutional buildings in operation

 

Existing Buildings
(Version 2.1, effective 1 Dec 2009 onwards)

 

Existing commercial, industrial and institutional buildings in operation

*Assessment by this criteria is necessary for application of Green Mark Incentive Scheme – Existing Building (GMIS-EB).

Existing Residential Buildings

Existing private and public residential developments

Benchmark Building Cooling Load

Landed Houses

Landed housing projects

 

Healthier Workplaces: 2018

New office fit-outs and existing offices in operation

 

Office Interior

New office fit-outs and existing offices in operation

NEA guidelines for good IAQ in office premises

Existing Schools

MOE main stream schools (excluding International schools, universities and institutes of higher learning such as polytechnics and ITE)

Benchmark Building Cooling Load

Healthcare Facilities

Healthcare facilities

Benchmark Building Cooling Load

Infrastructure

Infrastructure projects including but not limited to:

  • Roads
  • Barrages
  • Bridges

 

District

District projects

 

Restaurants

Restaurants

 

Supermarket

Supermarkets

 

Existing data centres (Version 1.1)

Existing data centres

 

 

Existing Data Centres GM EDC: 2019

Existing data centres  

New data centres (Version 1.1)

New data centres

 

New Data Centres GM NDC: 2019
New data centres  

Retail

Retail tenants

 

Laboratories

Laboratories within buildings

GM Lab: 2017 Score Card


How to apply

Submit your application via BCA Green Mark Online

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