Computational BIM Community (from


From March to September 2017, a small group of invited practitioners and experts formed a pro-tem 'Computational BIM' workgroup in Singapore. The pro-tem workgroup members include contractors, consultants and professors from Institutes of Higher Learning.

The pro-tem 'Computational BIM' workgroup defined 'Computational BIM' as the innovative problem-solving approach where user-defined algorithms have automated generation and manipulation of building-related information to achieve better work efficiency, effectiveness and productivity gains.

The vision is for the widespread use of computational BIM in Singapore's construction industry to improve the building design and construction processes.

Consequentially, there have been promising initiatives in computational BIM efforts since 2017 to date, including:

  • Events & Publications, 
  • Awards & Competitions, 
  • Workshops & Training, 
  • Courses & Certifications, 
  • Pilot Projects & Collaborations.

Picture by Mr. Jusuf Anggono

Left row (from near to far):

  • Mr Daniels Chandra, ONG&ONG Group Pte Ltd
  • Dr Tan Kee Wee, CCIT/BCA
  • Mr Dimitar Venkov, AECOM Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Mr Kho Teok Siong, Kimly Construction Pte Ltd
  • Assoc. Prof. Patrick Janssen, National University of Singapore, School of Design & Environment (NUS-SDE)

 Right row (from near to far):

  • Dr Thomas Wortmann, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
  • Assist. Prof. Stylianos Dritsas, Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
  • Mr Callum R McCulloch, Web Structures Pte Ltd
  • Mr Kenneth Phang, National University of Singapore, Institute of System Science (NUS-ISS) 
  • Ms Gloria Ng, National University of Singapore, Institute of System Science (NUS-ISS)
  • Mr Vignesh Kaushik, DP Architects Pte Ltd
  • Mr. Pong Woon Wei, CCIT/BCA