CleanTech One will be the first structure to be built at Singapore’s eco-business park in Nanyang Avenue.
The S$90m building has been designed by the Singaporean firm Surbana, and features 404,000ft² of office space.
The building will incorporate green features such as solar energy systems, rainwater harvesting, sky gardens and sustainable construction methods.
JTC director of aerospace, marine and cleantech cluster Tang Wai Yee said that if the solutions were successful, they would be replicated throughout the Cleantech Park.
The six-storey structure also aims to achieve the Green Mark Platinum Award, according to eco-business.com.
Construction of the building will begin in June. It is scheduled for completion for December next year.
The Cleantech Park will be built in three phases and will be completed in 2030.