Date, time & venue
2012-05-04;7:00pm - 8:30pm;Room PQ303, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom
Jointly organised with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Since opening in 1998, Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has grown into one of the finest and busiest airports in the world with more than 100 airlines flying to about 160 destinations worldwide, including 40 cities in the Mainland. In 2011, HKIA set new traffic records by managing 54 million passenger trips and more than 330,000 flight movements. HKIA also retained its busiest cargo airport title by moving 3.9 million tonnes of cargo in 2011.
In December 2011 the airport broke ground on the HK$10.2 billion Midfield project and in February 2012 unveiled the HK$2.2 billion West Apron development. In March 2012, Government announced approval, in-principle, that the Airport Authority should adopt the three-runway system as the future development option for its next stage of planning.
Ir Kevin Poole, Deputy Director, Projects, Airport Authority, Hong Kong, will share with us the plans to expand HKIA to meet demand growth over the short, medium and long terms.
Ir Kevin Poole, Deputy Director, Projects, Airport Authority, Hong Kong
Ir Poole has over thirty years of experience in the building and civil engineering field, with an emphasis on major infrastructure and transportation projects. He has led the planning, development, design, procurement, construction and project management of a diverse range of multi-disciplined infrastructure projects: from airports & buildings to tunnels, bridges & roads.
For over fifteen years, he has been part of the Client organisation with the project management team at Hong Kong International Airport. As Deputy Director, Projects he is directly responsible for the planning, procurement implementation and project management of all capital works projects undertaken by the Airport Authority.
Registration & Enquiries
This seminar is free of charge and prior registration is not required. The number of participants is limited to 100 and the seats will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. For enquiries, please contact Ir Laurel Leung at 9177 7629or via Email: email@example.com.
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