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Technical Seminar on Pilot Implementation of Construction 2.0 for Sha Tau Kok Sewage Treatment Works (STKSTW) Expansion [Changed to Online Seminar]

Date, Time & Venue
2020-07-29; 18:30pm – 20:00pm 1.5hrs; 
Changed to Zoom Meeting


Organized by HKIE

Jointly organized by Civil Division and Environmental Division


Programme Highlights

Hong Kong local construction industry has played a significant role in building the foundations and physical structures that have supported the success and long-term development of Hong Kong’s economy and community.  The HKSAR Government has developed Construction 2.0, comprising of three key pillars: Innovation, Professionalisation and Revitalisation, to secure Hong Kong’s established regional leadership position and enhance the foundations of construction industry to ensure its forthgoing sustainability and prospects.


The Development Bureau has introduced several pilot projects for implementing Construction 2.0.  The Expansion of STKSTW Project has been selected as one of the pilot projects in which innovative construction method would be adopted for benchmarking any improvement to the project performance achieved by the construction industry.


Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) is adopted in the construction of project site office of STKSTW. MiC is considered an innovative construction method which can raise project productivity, shortening construction time and enhancing performance in workmanship as well as safety and environmental compliances.


Digital Site Management by the application of Building Information Modelling (BIM), automated instrumental monitoring and mobile technologies has been implemented in this project to facilitate site supervision, safety inspection, quality control, surveying, meeting and documentation.  Digital Site Management can facilitate real-time information sharing to upkeep transparency and collaboration in project administration.


The Project Team will share their experience gained in the implementation of “Construction 2.0” for STKSTW.



Free of Charge



Ms Huky LI, Engineer/Consultants Management, Drainage Services Department, HKSAR – Ms LI graduated from the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Hong Kong in 2014 and joined the Government since graduation.  She is a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers of United Kingdom.  She is currently DSD’s project engineer responsible for the implementation of village sewerage projects.  She is the winner of the Ombudsman’s Awards 2019, a prestigious recognition for her professionalism and enthusiasm in serving the community.  Ms LI is responsible for leading the Project Team in implementing and piloting “Construction 2.0” on STKSTW Expansion.


Mr Kevin CHAN, Resident Engineer (Civil), Black and Veatch Hong Kong Limited – Mr CHAN graduated from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology with BEng in Civil and Structural Engineering in 2010 and The University of Hong Kong with MSc(Eng) in Structural Engineering in 2016.  He is a member of Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (Civil Division) with 9-year works experience, including Alteration and Addition Works for CLP Substation and Sculpture Garden at CVA Building in Hong Kong Baptist University, Installation of Twin Submarine Gas Pipelines across the Victoria Harbour under congested marine traffic conditions, and MTR West Kowloon Terminus Station.  He has earned certification in NEC3 and NEC4 ECC Project Manager accreditation and Building Information Modelling.  Mr CHAN has been involved in “Construction 2.0” on STKSTW Expansion and is keen on development of innovation technologies for construction industry.


Ms Ping NGAN, Senior Site Engineer, Build King – Kum Shing Joint Venture – Ms NGAN graduated with Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from The University of Hong Kong in 2011.  She has over 8 years relevant working experience in DSD projects to coordinate and monitor the upgrading works for preliminary treatment works at the northern and southwestern parts of Hong Kong Island.  She is the main coordinator of “Construction 2.0” on STKSTW Expansion.  She is currently responsible for setting up the road map, exploring the new applications/solutions and overseeing the implementation of “Construction 2.0” on STKSTW expansion.  She is devoted to exploring the innovation technologies in the market to drive forward productivity, efficiency and sustainability to the next level and beyond.


Registration & Enquiries

The seminar will be conducted in Cantonese with English terms.  Presentation materials will be in English.

The number of participants is limited to 80 and priority will be given to members of Civil Division and previously registered participants. All participants will be required to wear a mask and the room will be closed off when the maximum number of participants is reached.

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Email registration will not be accepted.  Only successful applicants will be informed by email.

For enquiries, please contact:  Ms Allison Lung via email:

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