Members of supporting organisations and subscribers to RFP Magazines receive a discount when they register to the conference. Some institutions also offer CPD points for delegates. Membership number must be provided on registration.
For more information on our supporting organisations please follow the links below.
|The Construction Industry Council (CIC) was formed on 1 February 2007 under the Construction Industry Council Ordinance Cap. 587. The CIC consists of a chairman and 24 members representing various sectors of the industry including employers, professionals, academics, contractors, workers, independent persons and Government officials.
The main functions of the CIC are to forge consensus on long-term strategic issues, convey the industry’s needs and aspirations to Government, provide training for construction workforce and serve as a communication channel for Government to solicit advice on all construction-related matters.
To learn more about the CIC, please visit website <www.hkcic.org> for further details.
|For the advancement of Architecture and to promote and facilitate the acquisition of knowledge of the various Arts and Sciences connected therewith. The Hong Kong Institute of Architects is committed to raising the standard of architecture in Hong Kong and the standard of professional services offered by its members.|
|Business Environment Council (BEC) is an independent, membership-based non-profit organization, established by the business sector in Hong Kong. Since its origin in 1989, BEC has been at the forefront of promoting environmental excellence by advocating the uptake of clean technologies and practices which reduce waste, conserve resources, prevent pollution and improve corporate environmental and social responsibility. BEC offers sustainable solutions and professional services covering advisory, research, assessment, training and award programs for government, business and the community, thus enabling environmental protection and contributing to the transition to a low carbon economy.For more information on BEC, please visit www.bec.org.hk.|
|The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) is a renowned professional institution in the field of environmental management with its Headquarters based in the United Kingdom. The Hong Kong branch of this institution was established in 1987 and the members come from major consultants, government departments, contractors, engineering companies, etc., who are Chartered Scientists, Chartered Environmentalists, Chartered Engineers and/or Chartered Water and Environmental Managers. CIWEM has been providing professional and independent advice to the public and the government on a wide range of issues related to water, environmental management as well as sustainable development. Please visit www.ciwem.org/branches/hong_kong for more information of CIWEM HK.|
|The Association for Project Management is committed to developing and promoting project and programme management through its Five Dimensions of Professionalism.The association is a registered charity with around 19,500 individual and 500 corporate members making it the largest professional body of its kind in Europe. APM's mission statement is “To provide leadership to the movement of committed organisations and individuals who share our passion for improving project outcomes”.|
|The Hong Kong Federation of Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Limited (The Federation) was founded in 2001 as a non-profit making body by six major trade associations in the E&M industry in Hong Kong. Membership is open to contractor members of these trade associations and the total number stands over 150 today.
The main objective is to constitute a common platform for stakeholders at various levels of the electrical and mechanical trades to conduct all sorts of business for the development of a more professional, efficient and respected industry contributing to the well-being of our society. It also provides a single and consolidated channel for the Government, related public bodies and institutions to dialogue with and exchange views on matters of concern.
|The AIA Hong Kong was established in 1997 to serve the professional interests of the growing number of AIA member architects practicing in Hong Kong, China and the Asia Pacific Region.
The objectives of this Chapter are to uphold the quality of design, education and professional practice among its members as well as to promote the importance of architecture in society. For 2009 the Chapter’s focus is sustainability.
In addition, the AIA Hong Kong serves to foster stronger ties between the American Institute of Architects and other professional organizations in Asia; with over 250 members, it is now the largest International Chapter.
To join or learn more about AIA HK, please visit our website www.aiahk.org or contact us at email@example.com.
|The Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects (HKILA) was founded in April 1988. The organization of the Landscape Architectural Profession was first established with the founding of the Kong Landscape Group operating as a Chapter of the Landscape Institute, United Kingdom. In the interests of maintaining and promoting local standards and services, the HKILA was inaugurated in 1988 as the professional body for those engaged in the practice of landscape architecture in Hong Kong, with the aim of promoting the highest standard in the arts and sciences of landscape architecture and management throughout Hong Kong.
The legal status of the HKILA, Landscape Architect and Registered Landscape Architect (RLA) was confirmed with the enactment of the Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects Incorporation Ordinance in 1996 and the Landscape Architects Registration Ordinance (LARO) in 1997.
|Environmental protection and sustainable business practices are of great importance to the future of our planet. Germany is a leading technology provider and has been at the forefront in the research and development of products and solutions to save energy, to protect our environment and to use natural resources responsibly. To promote these technologies and concepts, the global network of German Foreign Chambers has adopted “econet” as its brand to help German companies and organisations to market their products and ideas and to create partnershipsoverseas. econet china is an information, networking and marketing platform to promote German know-how and solutions for environmental protections and sustainability. Our aims and main activities in Hong Kong are:
- Product and know-how promotion and business cooperation
- networking and lobbying
- cross border and regional cooperation in Greater China
- focus on: building energy efficiency, municipal solid waste disposal, renewable energies
- handling of business enquiries and matchmaking