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Home > Project Reference > Public/Commercial Buildings, Government Offices and Statutory Boards > Singapore > Housing And Development Board (Hdb) Hub

Housing and Development Board
Architect / Consultant:
RSP Architects Planners & Engineers Pte Ltd

From implementing integrated office automation systems to managing restrooms seamlessly with the use of Rigel’s sensor flush valves that reduce energy consumption to the minimum, this eco-intelligent building is every bit deserving of the array of BCA awards it has received, including Energy Efficient Building Award 2005 and Green Mark Gold Award 2007. Through consistent efforts in resource conservation, like making best use of valuable natural resources in the restrooms every day, HDB has also become the first public sector agency to win the top accolade conferred by BCA – the Green Mark Champion Award 2011. By setting a good example in resourceful living and management, HDB Hub has been enjoying annual energy savings of S$2.8 million, and this is how Rigel’s green restroom technology makes perfect economic sense too.