IBS SCORE

Introduction

IBS Content Scoring System (IBS Score)

IBS Content Scoring System (IBS Score) was formulated to standardise the measurement of IBS usage in buildings.

PRINCIPLES OF IBS SCORE

Usage of IBS components

Utilisation of standardised components based on MS 1064

Repetition of structural layout

Usage of other productivity enhancing solutions such as volumetric modular units, Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Modular gridlines

Categories of Buildings

Residential (landed)

Residential (non-landed)

Commercial

Industrial

Institutional and others

IBS CONTENT SCORING SYSTEM MAIN COMPONENTS

Part 1 - Structural systems

(Maximum score is 50 points)

Points are awarded for various types of structural system that are used in the building

Part 2 - Wall systems

(Maximum score is 20 points)

Points are awarded based on various types of wall systems that are utilised

Part 3 - Other simplified construction solutions

(Maximum score is 30 points)

Points are awarded based on usage of other simplified construction solutions

ibs score verification
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3

levy exemption application

Step 1
Application by the contractor
Step 2
Review
Step 3
First visit notification letter
Step 4
Visits 40% work progress
Step 5
Second visit notification letter
Step 6
Visits 80% work progress
Step 7
Issue a letter of recommendation