Latest updates: HKCA join as keynote, 10 institutes get discounts and latest government project news
With only 3 weeks left to go Mr Thomas Ho, JP, President of the Hong Kong Construction Association will discuss Hong Kong Construction Industry Vision 2020 – Building a city, building a society at the Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Conference, Hong Kong 30 January 2013. He will be joined by senior government and industry speakers who will discuss the monumental changes in the industry brought about through the move towards sustainability, new contracts, such as the NEC, as well as technological advances that are altering the industry from within.
Comprehensive industry support
The conference is supported by the industry’s leading professional organisations who are offered preferential group discounts for companies and government departments sending multiple delegates. Apart from the Construction Industry Council check if you or your colleagues are members of: RICS, HK Institute of Architects, Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, Association for Project Management, HK Institute of Planners, AIA and the HK Institute of Landscape Architects.
Get the low down on green initiatives
With the support of the above groups along with environmental crusaders the Business Environment Council and China based Econet, the conference will emphasise Sustainability, which is now a prerequisite in Hong Kong infrastructure projects with practical implications stemming from initial the initial environmental assessments and public consultations through to on site. Don’t miss out on vital updated information from our speakers!
Inside news on Government Projects
With the conference topping 180 senior level delegates for each of the past two years running a great deal of its success is due to high level government participation. This year is no exception with both updates and new projects being discussed by:
- TC Chew, Projects Director, MTRC
- Kevin Poole, Deputy Director – Projects, Airport Authority Hong Kong
- Deputy Director, Drainage Services Department
- Raymond Lee, Head – EKEO, Development Department….amongst others.