Date: 19 May 2023 (Friday)
Time: 09:00 – 17:00
With heightened expectations for green growth and sustainable development, geotechnical engineers are in a prime position to build Hong Kong into a world-class smart, resilient city. Geotechnical engineering has been embracing innovation and technology in laying the groundwork for the provision of land and infrastructure in Hong Kong, including the six new major rail link and road projects announced in the 2022 Policy Address. Government, academia, practitioners and industrial partners are collaborating synergistically to action on climate change and carbon neutrality, and to reinforce Hong Kong as one of the most livable cities. This concerted effort, underpinned by our geotechnical expertise, has overcome geographical constraints of very limited natural, developable land and enhanced our economy and living quality. This seminar provides a platform for policymakers, practitioners and academia to share their insights and brainstorm ideas with a view to seizing future opportunities and shaping the new future of Hong Kong.
Details please refer the seminar flyer.
Mr David Lam, JP, Under Secretary for Development, Development Bureau
Ir Dr Raymond Cheung, JP, Head of Geotechnical Engineering Office, CEDD
Other presenters will be selected from the authors of submitted papers from the local and overseas industrial practitioners and academia.
Event Mode - Hybrid Seminar
Participants can join the seminar physically at HKCEC or online.
The seminar is designed for one CPD day (6.0 hours). Attendance certificates will be issued after the event.
Mr Andy TO
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