Building and Construction Authority
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) came about through the Building and Construction Act of 2021.
The BCA is responsible for safeguarding third parties and safe working practices by ensuring that core aspects of a building’s life cycle are developed effectively and follow up-to-date regulations applied in a controlled environment. The BCA is also responsible for spearheading the creation of a construction eco-system and embracing good governance, as well as developing policies and tailormade practices that support networking platforms promoting compliant and sustainable buildings.
The BCA’s mission is to ascertain that the core aspects of a building’s life cycle are executed through the generation of up-to-date regulations implemented effectively and efficiently in a controlled environment.
Furthermore, the BCA spearheads the creation of a construction-related eco-system embracing good governance, policies and tailormade practices that support networking platforms promoting compliant and Sustainable Buildings.
The BCA’s vision is to maximise the value-added and sustainability of building regulations by leveraging core competencies based on efficient compliance practices and customer service excellence.
By promoting a qualitative evolving local construction-related fabric, the BCA wants to ensure that contractors and developers become an intrinsic part of the dynamic market which embraces change.