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Event Summary of CEDD 20A Celebratory Event - HKIE CVD – CEDD Joint Conference 2024
24 January 2024

CEDD 20A Celebratory Event - HKIE CVD – CEDD Joint Conference 2024

As an exciting kickoff to the 20th Anniversary Celebration of CEDD in 2024, the joint conference with the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers Civil Division (HKIE CVD) was held on 24th January, 2024 at the Cordis Hotel, Hong Kong, and was a resounding success.

 

Under the theme "Innovation and Technology: Building a Smart and Livable City," the conference gathered over 400 attendees from diverse sectors, including engineering, architecture, manufacturing, technology, developers, academia, professional bodies and many more. The event provided a platform for these participants to exchange insights and experiences on the latest innovative technologies and their potential to contribute to the development of a smarter city.

 

One of the main highlights of the conference was a series of enlightening keynote speeches delivered by our esteemed Guests of Honor. Mr. Paul CHAN Mo-po, Financial Secretary of the HKSAR, shared valuable insights on how sustainable finance can empower our city's future. Ms. Bernadette LINN, Secretary for Development of the HKSAR, discussed upcoming infrastructural projects and the innovative approaches taken to foster a more sustainable outcome. Mr. Bernard Charnwut CHAN, Board Vice Chairman of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, also delivered an empowering speech emphasising the importance of cultural integration in urban development. We were also honored to have Mr. Ricky LAU Chun-kit, Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) and Ir Dr Barry LEE, President of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers to join officiating the opening of the conference.

 

The conference continued with three engaging themed sessions, speakers delved into their areas of expertise and shared valuable insights on making Hong Kong a smarter and more livable city. These sessions concluded with impactful panel discussions, expertly moderated to foster a meaningful exchange of ideas between the audience and the esteemed speakers.

 

The first session, titled "Smart and Livable City Infrastructure: Planning, Design, and Operations," featured how meticulous planning integrates climate change considerations and innovative solutions to harmonize economic interests with sustainable practices as well as effective and innovative waste management for a cleaner and greener city.

 

The second session, titled "Sustainable Development of a Livable Smart City," focused on how technology can contribute to a more sustainable urban environment. Environmentally friendly technologies for reclamation and innovative movable-type printing technology were introduced and discussed. In addition, ways to support the sustainable development of a smart city through the integration of digital and power electronics technology were explored in developing green power and achieving carbon neutrality.

 

The final session, titled "Innovation and Technology for Smart City Development," focused on the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) in urban environments. Case studies on transforming the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) into a sustainable smart campus using AI and big data and the application of data-driven decision-making technology in building an Airport City were discussed.  Findings on how AI will revolutionize the concept of smart cities, leading us into an even more intelligent future were also shared

 

In addition to the informative sessions, the conference featured exhibitions where attendees could exchange ideas and explore innovative solutions. The event fostered meaningful discussions and networking opportunities, contributing to the collective efforts toward building a smarter and more livable city.

 

The conference was sponsored by around 40 companies and supported by over 20 organisations. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Organising Committee co-chaired by Ir Tim LEUNG, Committee Member of HKIE CVD and Ir Ricky C P WONG, Head of Civil Engineering Office of CEDD, the “Innovation and Technology: Building a Smart & Livable City” Conference was a resounding success, showcasing the potential of innovation and technology in shaping a brighter future for Hong Kong.

 

 

Our gratitude to the moderators and speakers of the conference:

  • Nixon CHAU, Managing Director & General Manager of SenseTime Hong Kong
  • Ir Ray CHOI, Director of Business Development, Hong Kong Digital Power Business Dept, Huawei International Co. Limited
  • Bhavya KUKRETY, Group Managing Director of Smart and Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Transportation (SUIT) at Meinhardt Group
  • Ir Ricky W K LEUNG, Executive Director, Engineering & Technology at the Airport Authority Hong Kong
  • Professor Hong K. LO, JP, Dean of Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Ir Eric MA Siu-cheung, GBS, JP, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of New World Development Company Limited
  • Ir Dr. Derrick PANG Yat Bong, JP, Chief Executive Officer of Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings Limited
  • Laurent PELLETIER, Chief Executive Officer of Veolia Hong Kong
  • Ir WAI Chi Sing, GBS, JP, FHKEng
  • Rocco S K YIM, BBS, JP, Principal of Rocco Design Architects Associated Ltd
  • Daniel ZHANG, Broad Group Broad Core Building CEO & Group Vice President
  • 上海港灣集團董事長徐士龍先生
(in alphabetical order of surname)


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Site Visit – Po Shan Drainage Tunnel – Landslide Sci-Tech Chamber
28 October 2023

Date, Time

Date – 28 October 2023 (Saturday), 11:30am –01:00pm

Venue:

Assembly at Po Shan Drainage Tunnel – Landslide Sci-Tech Chamber, Po Shan Road, Mid-levels

 

Location Highlight

The Po Shan Drainage Tunnel consists of a pair of drainage tunnels with 3.5m diameter and a total length of 500m. In 1972, a catastrophic landslide happened in Po Shan hillside due to high groundwater levels. The disaster shattered numerous homes and took away 67 lives. To prevent similar cases from happening, the Geotechnical Engineering Office (GEO) of the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) decided to lower the groundwater table by installing horizontal drains, in hope to improve the stability of the hillside against large-scale slope failure. However, in early 2000s, monitoring data shows that some horizontal drains have a decreasing trend of water outflow. Therefore, the GEO has designed the Po Shan Drainage, an innovative and sustainable groundwater regulation system with an automatic real-time groundwater monitoring system. The system allows GEO to control the groundwater levels, reducing the risk to public safety.

 

Fee

Free of charge

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 22 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of HKIE Civil Division.
  • Applicants who have already successfully registered to or participated in more than FIVE (5) visits organised by Civil Division in the session 2023-24 will be given lower priority during the process of registration.
  • Please visit https://forms.gle/i6UcqSWSDhWqEGiZA for online registration.
  • Applicants are required to provide YOUR COMPANY NAME and YOUR POSITION for registration.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Mr Nicolas Lam (61314311) or Miss Jane Leung (91339066) or via email: enq.cvd.hkie@gmail.com.

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Site Visit – CEDD Contract No.: NL/2020/05 Tung Chung New Town Extension – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works at Ma Wan Chung
23 September 2023

Date, Time

Date – 23 September 2023 (Saturday), 09:30am –11:30am

 

Venue:

Assemble at Tung Chung MTR Station (Exit D)

 

Programme Highlight

The Tung Chung New Town (TCNT) project is a comprehensively planned new town with adequate local and regional community facilities to cater for a larger population. NL/2020/05 is one of the Contracts under the development of TCNT, the scope of works includes:

  1. Widening of Tung Chung Road North;
  2. Re-provisioning of existing Tung Chung Community Services Complex;
  3. Site formation works for Tung Chung Area 23;
  4. Construction of carpark at Ma Wan Chung;
  5. Road improvement works and drainage works at Chung Yan Road; and
  6. Construction of open space at Tung Chung Area 29A and a coastal pedestrian access.

 

This technical visit will begin with an introduction of the project highlights and visit the Smart Site Management System Room. Through the site visit, participants will be able to enter the Tung Chung East Promenade, Ma Wan Chung Carpark works site, Area 29A works site and Coastal Pedestrian Access.

 

Fee

Free of charge

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 25 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of HKIE Civil Division.
  • Applicants who have already successfully registered to or participated in more than FIVE (5) visits organised by Civil Division in the session 2023-24 will be given lower priority during the process of registration.
  • Interested applicants are required to registered by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/dWawTAXn8dRJGjMP6
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Miss Winne Ng at 6291 9703, Miss KK Ho at 9479 4362 or via email: enq.cvd.hkie@gmail.com.

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Mainland Visit to Nansha
16 September 2023

Date, Time

16 Sep 2023 (Sat), 08:00-18:00

 

Venue

1.廣州南沙民心港人子弟學校

2.中鐵九局佛山混凝土管片預製廠

 

Supported by

中鐵南方投資集團有限公司

 

Programme Highlight

廣州南沙民心港人子弟學校是由梁振英先生牽頭成立的內地首所非營利港人子弟學校,秉承香港教育理念,為港人子女及其他非內地籍子女提供優質教育。 校名取義民心相通,推動香港融入國家發展大局,鼓勵香港同胞用好國家發展大機遇,增強香港與內地人民的人文交流和民心相通,培養香港青少年的愛國,愛港精神,培育“香港根,中國心,世界觀”。 該校成為《南沙方案》出臺後首個落成的重大專案之一,也是粵港澳全面合作示範區重大工程和標誌性專案。 學校位於粵港深度合作園廣州南沙慶盛起步區港式國際社區內,鄰近慶盛高鐵站,總投資約7.6億元,佔地面積約93畝,總建築面積7.6萬平方米。 結合地形方位,通過「建構次級地面」的縱向布局實施施工方案,於標高6米的架空平臺之上,將重數百噸的空中連廊銜接,四周佈置建築單體,向心圍合共同構成一個教學綜合體。

 

中鐵九局佛山混凝土管片預製廠位於廣東省佛山市南海區獅山鎮,佔地面積100畝; 主要經營生產城市軌道交通混凝土管片,通過RFID技術、二維碼、視頻監控和自主設計數據採集處理系統等手段完成生產裝備及生產資源靜態資訊及動態資訊的自動獲取和感知,集成各生產管理要素各時期狀態資訊,實現管片製造全生命週期的可視化管理。

 

是次參觀參加者可以了解南沙民心港人子弟學校的施工技術及混凝土管片預製廠的作業模式及智能化管理生產及品質控制。

 

Language

Mandarin (Presentation materials will be in Chinese)

 

Fee

$500 (Simple lunch included).

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 20 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil Division.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/FN6dNYPsfzPRtJEv8.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ir Zoe Li at 9049 2581 or via email: mc.hkiecvd@gmail.com.
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Site Visit – CEDD Contract No.: NL/2020/07 Tung Chung New Town Extension – Tai Ho Interchange
19 August 2023

Date, Time

Date - 19 August 2023 (Saturday), 09:30am –11:30am

 

Venue:

Assemble at Tung Chung MTR Station (Exit A)

 

Programme Highlight

The Tung Chung New Town (TCNT) project is a comprehensively planned new town with adequate local and regional community facilities to cater for a larger population. NL/2020/07 is one of the Contracts under the development of TCNT, this Contract includes the following works:

  • Construction of Tai Ho Interchange connecting North Lantau Highway, Road P1 and Cheung Tung Road;
  • Construction of a section of dual two-lane Road P1 between Tung Chung East and Tai Ho Interchange;
  • Laying of fresh water, salt water and sewage rising mains; and
  • Associated civil, geotechnical, slope, structural, drainage, electrical, and mechanical and landscaping works.

 

Fee

Free of charge

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 25 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of HKIE Civil Division.
  • Applicants who have already successfully registered to or participated in more than FIVE (5) visits organised by Civil Division in the session 2023-24 will be given lower priority during the process of registration.
  • Please visit the HKIE Civil Division website https://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/788 for online registration.
  • Applicants are required to provide YOUR COMPANY NAME and YOUR POSITION by email to enq.cvd.hkie@gmail.com after registration. Please use the email you provided in the registration.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Miss Winne Ng at 6291 9703, Mr Jacky Sze at 6790 6667 or via email: enq.cvd.hkie@gmail.com.

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Technical Visit to Steel Pipe Factory at Zhuhai, China
12 August 2023
Joint Organisers:Associate Members Committee (WSD Accredited CPD Provider for LP), Civil Division and Materials Division

Date, Time & Venue

12  August 2023 (Saturday), 8:00 am -19:00 pm,  PCK (珠江鋼管集團-廣東省番禺珠江鋼管[珠海]有限公司) Production Factory at Zhuhai

 

Assembly Place and Time:

8:00 am at Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (Hong Kong Port), exact location to be advised

 

Propgramme Hightlight:

PCK (珠江鋼管集團-廣東省番禺珠江鋼管[珠海]有限公司) (http://www.pck.com.cn) is a large manufacturer and exporter of longitudinal welded steel pipes in China. Since founded in 1993, PCK operates several pipe mills, namely JCOE, COE, SAWH, 3-roll bending and CRA with total annual capacity of 1.80 million tons. Its coating plants are capable of producing single/double layer fusion-bond epoxy, two/three layers of polyethylene/polypropylene, polyurethane, concrete weight coating, bitumen and cement internal coating, etc. These products are widely adopted by petroleum, petrochemical, water utilities industries for use in water, oil, gas and steel structures. During the visit, the manufacturer will present the quality standard, manufacturing process, testing and assurance system to the participants. The guided plant tour will include the show room, production lines for different products, testing laboratory as well as the pier facilities.

 

Registration Fee: 

  • Free of charge to all HKIE members (Associate Member, Civil Division & Material Division have proirty for the visit). Succesful participants shall be notified by paying a deposit of $100 for registration & refunded in the visit ( no refund if the particpant does not show up in the visit ).
  • Charge $150 for non-HKIE members / Licensed Plumbers (a copy of the Plumber’s licence should be provided together with the application when accepted)
  • Return Kong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Shuttle Bus pay own by participant.
  • This activity for 3 CPD credits is provided by Associate Members Committee, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, Accreditation No. 014. This CPD programme provider is accredited by the WSD CPD Course Panel under Advisory Board on Licensing of Plumbers. The Code No. of this activity: N03-014-20230812

Registration & Enquiries:

The visit is limited to 40 persons. Prior registration is required. Please fill & return the reply form here on or before 1 August 2023. Registration is first come first served. The successful applicant will be notified by Email to pay the registration fee, Please note that your provided person information including working company, position, mobile phone no. will be provided to the visit company for advance information. For enquiry, please contact Mr. Daniel Yip at 6380 2813. Attendance certificate will be issued after the visit.
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Site Visit - Contract No. DC/2020/02 “Construction of San Shek Wan Sewage Treatment Works, Associated Submarine Outfall and Pui O Sewerage Works”
22 July 2023

Date, Time

22 July 2023 (Saturday), 08:30am –12:30pm

 

Venue:

Gathering at Tung Chung MTR Station

 

Programme Highlight

The San Shek Wan Sewage Treatment Works (SSWSTW) project involves constructing a secondary sewage treatment works (STW) at San Shek Wan in South Lantau Island, a sewage pumping station (SPS) at Pui O, 1.4km-long twin submarine outfalls with an outer diameter of 350mm for disposal of treated effluent from the SSWSTW and building about 5.3 km of village sewerage system and ancillary works along South Lantau Road, Chi Ma Wan Road and at Pui O Lo Uk.

 

The outfall is constructed using the horizontal directional drilling (HDD) method to minimize dredging and other construction activities in water.  It is located at approximate 60m below the seabed and constructed by 2-way forward drilling operations at both land and sea sides.

 

During the technical visit, an introduction will be given on the project background, the construction method of HDD, the superstructure of SPS, and innovation items adopted on site. Then it will be followed by a site walk to San Shek Wan project.

 

Fee

Free of charge

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 25 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil Division.
  • Applicants who have already successfully registered to or participated in more than FIVE (5) visits organized by Civil Division in the session 2022-23 will be given lower priority during the process of registration.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/ywgWuHSfbPV5SZGh8.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the site visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Miss Sarita Chan via email: hkie.cvd.eip@gmail.com.
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Mainland Visit to Huawei Headquarter
07 July 2023

Mainland Visit to Huawei Headquarter

 

Date, Time

7 July 2023 (Fri), 09:00-18:00

 

Venue

華為公司總部 (集合地點:東鐵線羅湖站)

 

Supported by

華為公司

 

Programme Highlight

華為是全球領先的ICT(資訊與通信)基礎設施和智慧終端供應商,在通信網路、IT、智慧終端、雲服務、智慧汽車解決方案、數位能源等領域持續發展。

 

華為公司一直是數字化轉型的深耕者和引領者,旨在通過華為產品和產品群組、場景化解決方案,為行業場景找技術,打造行業根技術,切實解決行業業務痛點,助力企業數字化轉型。 數據是各行業的核心資產,加強數據的治理和共用應用,可以促進行業開放和客戶體驗提升。港航大數據服務平臺的建設,可形成港航物流貿易等全程物流服務鏈的大數據池,根據船舶運行、港口作業、貨物通關、物流服務、貨源流向、貿易結構等維度挖掘併發揮數據價值,實現港航物流、貿易、金融數據資訊的有效拉通和整合,並利用人工智慧技術進行大數據分析,為港口服務標準體系深化建設、運行情況準確量化跟蹤評價以及政府決策支援等提供高效的數據服務。基於大數據平臺能力,使能港航上層應用。 通過數據採集,數據清洗和數據治理,實現生產要素數位化,業務運營數位化,使能港口經營管理與生產運營,實現一體化協同,給客戶提供一站式服務。 國內的港口行業企業以及交通企業都已經陸續建設數據中樞,並取得一定的進展,獲得預期的成果。

 

這次參觀華為公司將分享其智慧城市發展藍圖與技術、智慧交通、智慧港口及智慧工地四方面的發展及應用。

 

Language

Mandarin (Presentation materials will be in Chinese)

 

Fee

Free of charge (lunch arrangement announce later).

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 10 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil Division.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/RNtv4zjKKj6f8wWLA.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ir Zoe Li at 9049 2581 or via email: mc.hkiecvd@gmail.com.

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[Updated] Delegation to Shanghai - Smart Technologies for City Developments & Tunnelling
14 June 2023

Jointly organized by Civil Division (CVD) & Geotechnical Division (GED)

 

Date

14 – 18 June 2023

 

Venue

Shanghai (details refer to Flyer)

 

Supported by

Shanghai Tunnel (Hong Kong) Co Ltd

 

Programme Highlight

The HKIE Civil Division and Geotechnical Division are co-organising a delegation to visit  Shanghai between 14 and 18 June 2023.  The visit aims at enriching Hong Kong engineers’ knowledge on smart city planning, such as transportation infrastructure management and municipal services, as well as digital technologies adopted for Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) and tunnelling projects.  The delegation will visit a range of smart facilities and leading university to embrace the latest technologies and concepts for creating a livable, sustainable and digital city livelihood.  Participants will be enlightened on insights and initiatives to design and construct smart infrastructures and building developments.  Sharing some similarities with Hong Kong in this context, Shanghai’s experiences are highly relevant and applicable to us.

 

Language

Mandarin (Presentation materials will be in Chinese)

 

Fee

HK$4,900 per person including airfare (economy class), hotel accommodation (twin room(1) – shared with one other participant), transport(2) and meals (breakfasts only(3)) during the visit.

 

(1)  Upon successful application, participant may opt for a single room, with an additional fee of HK$1,680

(2)  Self-arranged trip before/during/after the visit is not covered.

(3)  All lunch and dinner during the visit are self-financed by participants

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 20 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil & Geotechnical Division.
  • Successful applicants will be notified on or before 5 May 2023 by email. Upon notification, the registration fee (HK$4,900 for twin room or HK$6,580 for single room) shall be paid to the HKIE Civil Division through bank transfer. Details of the payment arrangement will be provided in the notification email to successful applicants. Note that the fees are non-refundable after payment is made should the registrant not join the trip for whatever reasons. 
  • Application is now open for applicant to enroll for the visit. Please apply online via the following link: https://forms.gle/syVR5HuxwsAphJfH9.
  • Deadline of application is 12 May 2023.
  • Please visit the HKIE Civil Division website https://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/772 for details.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before 15 May 2023.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the event.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ir Warren DOU at Tel: 2283 1688 or via email: hkieged.svisit@gmail.com or Ir Roy HUNG via email at kchung@cedd.gov.hk.
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Mainland Connection – Visit to Development and Conservation of Lantau
12 June 2023

Date, Time

12 June 2023 (Mon), 10:30-16:30 (Shuttle Bus will be provided at 09:00 at Sheung Shui MTR Station)

 

Venue

Tung Chung Inno Centre and CLC (Gathering Point at Sheung Shui MTR Station)

 

Jointly Communicate with Mainland Team from 中交第四航務工程局 & 鹽田國際

 

Programme Highlight

Land is the essential building block for the challenges faced by Hong Kong. In the spatial context of Hong Kong, Lantau commands an un-paralleled strategic location with a comprehensive air, road and rail transport network connected externally to other cities in the Greater Bay Area and the World as well as internally to the well-established core business area at Central. Creation of land for meeting housing and economic needs in this area would also allow a more balanced spatial distribution of population and jobs. The strategic transport facilities in support of the Lantau development could also help relieve the existing transport capacity constraint in Northwest New Territories as well as enhancing connections between urban areas and the New Territories. During the visit, we are going to visit the Inno Centre for the construction projects to learn how smart site systems enhance the quality and safety of the projects and the CLC to know more about the development projects and conservation works/initiatives of SLO as well as the nature, culture and history in Lantau, through various interactive exhibits and models and exchange the vision and knowledge with engineers from the mainland.


For the itinerary of visit, please refer https://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/781

Language

Mandarin & Cantonese (Presentation materials will be in Chinese)

 

Fee

Free of charge, Lunch arrangement will be announced later.

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Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 10 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil Division.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/hyeyU6Ch3wEWMV8E7.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ir Zoe Li at 9049 2581 or via email: mc.hkiecvd@gmail.com.
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Mainland Visit to 深圳機場三跑道擴建工程
20 May 2023

Date, Time

20 May 2023 (Sat), 09:00-14:00

 

Venue

深圳寶安國際機場 (集合地點:羅湖口岸)

 

Supported by

中交第四航務工程勘察設計院有限公司

 

Programme Highlight

深圳寶安國際機場位於深圳市西南部寶安區,珠江口東岸,地理座標為東經113°49'北緯22°38'。 規劃的深圳機場三跑道位於深圳機場二跑道以西,沿江高速以東,福永河以南。 擬建場地與珠江治導線最小距離約116m,距沿江高速最小距離72.5m。

 

專案所在地現狀為海域,主要建設內容包括外海堤、跑道區、滑行道區、穿越道及繞行滑行道區、土面區、水面區、場內圍堰等7個功能區域的陸域形成及軟基處理工程,同時新增燈光帶、防吹坪、建築區及其他二次地基處理等七個功能區以外的專案。 其中新建第三跑道長3600米、寬45米,外海堤按一級堤防,200年一遇防洪標準設計,設計使用年限100年,總長7437.7米。

 

水工結構主要用推填或拋石擠淤斜坡堤、開挖換填塊石後拋石斜坡堤、開挖換填中粗砂後拋石斜坡堤、水泥攪拌樁加固後拋石斜坡堤、水泥攪拌樁加固處理後“斜撐鋼管樁+板樁牆”結構直立堤。

 

Language

Mandarin (Presentation materials will be in Chinese)

 

Fee

Free of charge, simple lunch will be provided

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 25 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil Division.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/FZmruYAt76VefoUn7.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ir Zoe Li at 9049 2581 or via email: mc.hkiecvd@gmail.com.
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Seminar on Project Audit on NEC Contracts
13 May 2023

Organised by Civil Division and the Hong Kong Institution of Certified Auditors

Date, Time

13 May 2023 (Saturday), 9:30am –11:30am

 

Venue

9/F Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, Island Beverley No. 1 Great George Street Causeway Bay Hong Kong (TBC)

 

Format
Hybrid (Face-to-face and online via Zoom)

 

Programme Highlight

Project audit is the means to provide assurance to clients that their NEC contract is being properly managed, that the parties are doing what the contract requires them to do. This seminar will look at what provisions NEC contracts provide for auditing and what other auditing needs to take place.

 

Guest Speaker

Robert Gerrard, Senior NEC consultants at Thomas Telford Ltd.

 (Speaker’s Biography: https://forms.gle/LkydXqa1CQCCr8iZ7)

Fee

Free of charge

 

Language

English

  

Registration

The number of participants is limited to 70 to join at the HKIE Headquarters and 500 via Zoom.  Applications will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis.  Priority will be given to the members of the organizers. Please register by completing the Google form at https://forms.gle/fff2Y65EUUzkmMb4A


The deadline for registration is 9 May 2023.  Only successful participants will receive a confirmation email on or before 10 May 2023. Attendance certificate will be issued after attending the talk.

 

 

Enquiries

For enquiries, please contact Ir Victor KY LO at 9082 9265 or by email at hkica.victorlo@gmail.com
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Technical Site Visit to Central Kowloon Route – Kai Tak East (KTE), Hong Kong
29 April 2023

Technical Site Visit to Central Kowloon Route – Kai Tak East (KTE), Hong Kong

 

Date: 29 April 2023 (Sat)

Time: 9:30 am to 12:00 pm

Location: Assembly at KTE Site Entrance (Across the footbridge next to EMAX)

 

Programme Highlights

Central Kowloon Route (CKR) is a 4.7 km long dual 3-lane trunk road in Central Kowloon linking Yau Ma Tei Interchange in West Kowloon with the road network on Kai Tak Development Area and Kowloon Bay in East Kowloon. CKR, together with Trunk Road T2 and Tseung Kwan O to Lam Tin Tunnel will form Route 6 alignment in the strategic road network. It is anticipated that CKR will relieve traffic congestion in the road network in Central Kowloon.
 
Kai Tak East (KTE) is one of the eight CKR construction stages. The KTE project is positioned strategically as the exit of CKR in Kowloon East to connect Kowloon Bay, Kwun Tong and Kai Tak Development Area together and link with the future Trunk Road T2 and the Tseung Kwan O - Lam Tin Tunnel to form Route 6.
 
As part of the eight main Contracts of CKR, Kai Tak East (Contract No. HY/2018/02), which is the first NEC contract in the CKR Project, mainly comprises the construction of an approximately 700-metre long CKR main road in Kai Tak, the construction of the Kai Tak Interchange, including bridges, underpasses and associated at-grade slip roads, connecting the CKR with the existing road network and other associated works.
 
This technical visit will begin with an introduction of the project highlights, bridge construction and application of safety innovation at CKR-KTE Site Office. Through the site visit, participants will be able to enter the KTE bridge deck to oversee construction of bridges, underpass and ventilation adit. A Q&A session will be held after the visit.

 

Fee: Free of Charge

 

Registration & Enquiries:

  • The maximum of participants is limited to 15 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of HKIE Civil Division.
  • Applicants who have already successfully registered to or participated in more than FIVE (5) visits organised by Civil Division in the session 2022-23 will be given lower priority during the process of registration.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/WVQSwxS3JZ9N6epX8.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the visit.

 

For enquiries, please contact Mr Kent Sin at 5592 1203 or via e-mail: enq.cvd.hkie@gmail.com
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NOTICE OF THE 44TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)
28 April 2023

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 44th Annual General Meeting of the Civil Division will be held on Friday, 28 April 2023 at 6:30pm at Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, the HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, for the following purposes:

 

  1. To receive and confirm the Minutes of the 43rd AGM.

 

  1. To receive and adopt the Annual Report of the Division for Session 2022/2023.

 

  1. To receive and adopt the Financial Statement of the Division for Session 2022/2023.

 

  1. To elect the Chairman and Ordinary Members of the Division Committee for Session 2023/2024.

 

In case of adjournment of the AGM, members of the Division shall check on the Institution’s website at http://www.hkie.org.hk and the Division’s website at https://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/767 of the revised venue, time and date for the adjourned AGM.

 

Ir Johnson LEE Kwun Chung

Honorary Secretary

30 March 2023

 

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Nominations for Division Chairman and Ordinary Members

 

Division Chairman

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to nominate Ir Simon NG Pak Hung for election as the Chairman for Session 2023/2024.

 

Ordinary Members - under Clause 7.2(c) of the Division Rules

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to opt for the maximum of 14 Ordinary Members, and six Ordinary Members in the Committee shall retire by end of the Session, namely Ir Simon NG Pak Hung, Ir Peter WONG Cheuk Fai, Ir Gloria TANG Yuk Yee, Ir Felix FONG Wai Pan, Ir Alan YAN Wai Ming and Ir Vincent TAM Wing Yeung.

 

Following the retirement of the above Ordinary Members, there are six vacancies for the Ordinary Members.

 

The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following six candidates for election as the Ordinary Members for a three-year term: Ir Gloria TANG Yuk Yee, Ir Felix FONG Wai Pan, Ir Alan YAN Wai Ming, Ir Vincent TAM Wing Yeung, Ir Ricky WONG Chi Pan and Ir Zoe LI Shuk Yee.

 

Ordinary Members - under Clause 7.2(d) of the Division Rules (i.e. Ordinary Member of the Committee who is of 35 years of age or below)

Three Ordinary Members in the Committee shall retire by end of the Session, namely Ir Samson PUNG Chun Nok, Ir Zoe LI Shuk Yee and Ir Yuki LEUNG Ka Yi.

 

Following the retirement of the above Ordinary Members, there are three vacancies for the Ordinary Members.

 

The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following three candidates for the Ordinary Members for a three-year term: Ir Henry LAM Kwun Wang, Ir Samson PUNG Chun Nok and Miss Sarita CHAN Sai Tung.

 

Any two Corporate Members of the Division may nominate in writing any duly qualified persons as Chairman or Ordinary Members of the Committee under Clause 7.2(c) or 7.2(d) of the Division Rules.  Original copy of the nomination form signed by those making the nomination, together with the consent in writing of every candidate named therein to accept office, if elected, shall be forwarded to the Secretariat of the Institution, for the attention of the Honorary Secretary of Civil Division, no later than Friday, 14 April 2023.  Please mark ‘Civil Division AGM Nomination’ on the envelope.  The nomination forms can be downloaded at the HKIE website: www.hkie.org.hk.  Enquiries: Ir Johnson LEE Kwun Chung at email: johnsonkclee@yahoo.com.hk.
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Technical Seminar on Plasma Rock Fragmentation Technology
26 April 2023

(jointly organised by HKIE Civil Division and Archie Mining Services Ltd.)

 

Date: 26 April 2023 (Wednesday)

Time: 06:30 pm to 08:00 pm

Venue: Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room, HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverly, No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay

 

 

Programme Highlights

 

Environmental Friendly Technology in Breaking Hard Rock

 

Hard rock excavation is most often achieved either using heavy duty rock breaking equipment or by adopting drill and blast methods using commercial explosives. But both methods are considered not environmental friendly in which the first method creates continuous noises and dust causing nuisance to public; and the second method may have social and environmental concerns on possible fly rocks, high vibration, high air over pressure and air pollution. 

 

Plasma Rock Fragmentation Technology is commonly used in overseas rock breaking projects such as South Korea and getting to be noticed and applied in Hong Kong in recent years.

 

It is important to understand how it works and how it can be used to minimise the adverse environmental impacts associated with conventional methods of rock breakage, by reducing the dust, vibration and noise. More importantly, it can be demonstrated to be a safe and reliable rock breaking solution for hard rock excavation operations in urban area.

 

We are excited about the prospects for the use of this technology where ever-tightening controls on noises, vibration, environment, storage and transportation regulations are making conventional blasting methods more difficult to adopt.

 

This talk will present satisfactory and controllable rock breaking monitoring data at different sites in Hong Kong. Plasma Rock Fragmentation Technology is a great tool to help the construction industry to improve their productivity with pro-environment, safety and workability effect.

 

 

Speakers:

Dr Seung Jeong Noh

President of Korea Accelerator and Plasma Research Association (KAPRA)

Professor Emeritus of Dankook University, Korea & R&D Consultant of Seoul National University

 

Mr Ickhwan Lim

Director of Korea Accelerator and Plasma Research Association (KAPRA)

President of Korea Electro Chemistry Co., Ltd. & Technical Director of Daeeun Plasma Co., Ltd

 

Mr Eun-Kyu Kim 

Co-ordinator for KAPRA Oversea Projects & KEC

Vice-president of Pertro-Plasma Co., Ltd. (Sister Co. of KAPRA)

 

 

Registration & Enquiries:

 

This seminar is free of charge. The number of participants is limited to 80 and accepted on a first-come first served basis. Priority will be given to Members of the Civil Division.

 

Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/1arA1ktuzySxpqbZA. Email registration will not be accepted. Only successful applicants will be informed by email. Attendance certificate will be issued at the end of the seminar. The seminar will be conducted in English.

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Technical Seminar on Construction and Quality Control of Coastal Structures with the Use of “Dry Cell Water Tanks”
17 April 2023

Date, Time

17 April 2023 (Monday), 18:30-20:00

 

Venue

TU201, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

 

Supported by

The Institution of Clerks of Works & Construction Inspectorate (Hong Kong)

 

Programme Highlight

The Hong Kong Star Ferry and adjacent Central Public Ferry Piers are located at iconic positions aside the Victoria Harbour, Mr. Chan wishes to share his experience on works quality control of the marine deck and substructures of costal infrastructures at harbour side to minimise future maintenance cost during the entire design life.

 

Language

Chinese (Presentation materials in English)

 

Speaker

Mr. Chan Po Sum, David

MICWCI, AMHKIE, HKGES, MHKIoV, MIHTE, T Eng (CEI), Awardee-HKIE President's Award (2014), President - C E Dragon, Vice Chairman - RSSB (1988-1991)

 

Mr. Chan joined the Highways Office of the Public Works Department in 1973 and was subsequently promoted to Senior Inspector of Works in 1989. As a frontline quality control team leader over the past 40 years, he played a pivotal supervisory role in ensuring our major civil engineering projects are all up to standard. Mr. Chan was elected as Associate Member of the HKIE in 1986 and earned The HKIE Present’s Award 2014. Mr. Chan is currently serving as Vice Chairman (External) of The Institution of Clerks of Works & Construction Inspectorate (Hong Kong).

 

Fee

Free of charge

 

Registration & Enquiries

  • The maximum number of participants is limited to 200 on a first-come first-served basis with priority given to members of the Civil Division.
  • Interested applicants are required to register by filling the google form: https://forms.gle/Hj3H4zRoHfywTQ4d9.
  • Only successful applicants will be notified on or before the seminar.
  • An attendance certificate will be issued to participants after the seminar.

 

For enquiries, please contact Miss Sarita Chan via email: hkie.cvd.eip@gmail.com.
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【A.C.E. 成 員 介 紹】
04 February 2023
♠️ ACE (A Civil Engineer) 有8位黎自土木工程界既成員,佢地係:
Ivan、Bianca、Cyrus、Amy、Yan、Anthony、Hansel & Owen
黎緊呢一年我地會以唔同方式同大家見面,推廣工程形象,大家敬請期待~
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[Postponed] 2022年海峽兩岸暨港澳城市建設與持續發展科技論壇
28 December 2022

論壇主題:韌性城市


2022年1228 - 29日

本次論壇聚焦城市發展過程中的城市安全這一基本問題,韌性城市的建設正是實現城市安全重要途徑。但是,如何進行系統的統籌與謀劃、如何完成科學的規劃和建設、如何研究和推進有效的技術手段、如何將其實施在具體工程當中、如何最終惠及城市全民,仍然是韌性發展過程中需要解決的一系列問題,也是當下韌性城市規劃建設面臨的挑戰。

論壇設科學、技術、工程、人文四大分論壇,以宏觀的、系統的、科學的角度對城市韌性發展相關問題展開交流與探討,從相關領域資深專家、工程建設大師、行業新秀青年人才三個角度多方求證,結合海峽兩岸暨港澳城市建設發展歷程中的實際經驗,解析韌性發展過程中既往的得失,展望未來前進的方向,從而為中國城市建設與持續發展提供兼具深度與廣度的思考和啟示。論壇詳情參考網址 : 論壇資訊

本次論壇主辦單位包括中國土木工程學會、香港工程師學會、澳門工程師學會及臺灣地工技術研究發展基金會。論壇主會場設在北京,分會場在深圳、香港、澳門、臺北。論壇全程線上直播而 土木分部 承辦辦並具體組織安排 12月29日 在香港分會場的 [人文論壇] ,由文化、藝術等領域的青年才俊主講。

作為聯合主辦單位元之一,香港工程師學會將積極為內地與港澳工程界組織一場交流研討的盛事,期待各位會員屆時在線上參與。有興趣參加是次香港分會場[人文論壇]線上的會員,請到上述網址進行網上登記

如有查詢,請電郵至mc.hkiecvd@gmail.com與土木分部李淑儀工程師聯絡。

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RiceZi|Civil Engineering?! What does a Civil Engineer do?
23 August 2022
 
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THE 43RD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)
17 June 2022

NOTICE OF THE 43RD ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 43rd Annual General Meeting of the Civil Division will be held on Friday, 17 June 2022 at 6:30pm at the HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, for the following purposes:

 

  1. To receive and confirm the Minutes of the 42nd AGM.

 

  1. To receive and adopt the Annual Report of the Division for Session 2021/2022.

 

  1. To receive and adopt the Financial Statement of the Division for Session 2021/2022.

 

  1. To elect the Chairman and Ordinary Members of the Division Committee for Session 2022/2023.

 

  1. To elect the Council Member (Division) for Sessions 2022/2023 and 2023/2024.

 

In case of adjournment of the AGM, members of the Division shall check on the Institution’s website at http://www.hkie.org.hk and the Division’s website at https://www.hkie-cv.org/ of the revised venue, time and date for the adjourned AGM.

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have to closely monitor the number of attendees of the AGM in order to implement adequate social distancing measures.  If you prepare to attend the AGM, please register online at https://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/724 on or before 16 June 2022.  Members attending the AGM are required to register in advance.

 

Members are reminded that if you come to the Headquarters to attend the AGM, you are advised to wear a surgical mask.

 

Ir Alex LI Chun Fai

Honorary Secretary

18 May 2022

 

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Nominations for Division Chairman, Ordinary Members and Council Member (Division)

 

Division Chairman

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to nominate Ir William LUK Wai Lam for election as the Chairman for Session 2022/2023.

 

Ordinary Members – under Clause 7.2(c) of the Division Rules

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to opt for the maximum of 14 Ordinary Members, and five Ordinary Members in the Committee shall retire by end of the Session, namely Ir William LUK Wai Lam, Ir Alex LI Chun Fai, Ir Dr Fiona KWOK Chung Yee, Ir Tim LEUNG Man Tim and Ir Lesly LEUNG Po Po.

 

Following the retirement of the above Ordinary Members, there are five vacancies for the Ordinary Members.

 

The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following five candidates for election as the Ordinary Members for a three-year term: Ir Alex LI Chun Fai, Ir Dr Fiona KWOK Chung Yee, Ir Tim LEUNG Man Tim, Ir Keith TSE Mau Kay and Ir Walter LAM Wai Tak.

 

Council Member (Division)

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to nominate Ir Michael FONG Hok Shing for election as Council Member (Division) for Sessions 2022/2023 and 2023/2024.

 

Any two Corporate Members of the Division may nominate in writing any duly qualified persons as Chairman or Ordinary Members of the Committee under Clause 7.2(c) of the Division Rules or Council Member (Division).  Original copy of the nomination form signed by those making the nomination, together with the consent in writing of every candidate named therein to accept office, if elected, shall be forwarded to the Secretariat of the Institution, for the attention of the Honorary Secretary of Civil Division, no later than Friday, 3 June 2022.  Please mark ‘Civil Division AGM Nomination’ on the envelope.  The nomination forms can be downloaded at the HKIE website: www.hkie.org.hk.  Enquiries: Ir Alex LI Chun Fai at 9230 5621 or email: alex-cf.li@aecom.com.
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Half-day Webinar on “Building a Smart, Green and Resilient City - The Case of Tung Chung New Town Extension”
05 March 2022
Jointly organized by Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) and HKIE-Civil Division (CVD)

Date, Time & Admission

Date: 5 March 2022 (Saturday)

Time: 09:30 – 12:30 Seminar via Zoom

Admission: Free of charge  

 

Programme Highlight

World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) will celebrate the World Engineering Day 2022 (WED2022) (on 4th March each year) under the theme “Build Back Wiser – Engineering the Future”. WED2022 is a world-wide activity which recognizes and connects engineers of different sectors across the world to share and promote engineers and their activities towards advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.  The Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) and Civil Division (CVD) of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers are delighted to jointly organize a half-day webinar on the topic of “Building a Smart, Green and Resilient City - The Case of Tung Chung New Town Extension” to celebrate WED2022.  This webinar will cover a range of related topics in Tung Chung New Town Extension, including concept of a smart, green and resilient city, technology of deep cement mixing method, smart living by common utility tunnel as well as sustainable development of eco-shoreline, river park and river revitalization. Please refer to the flyer for the details.

For more details, please visit https://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/715

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Survey - Time to Change
06 August 2021
As part of the theme for Session 2021/2022 "HKIE - Time to Change", the HKIE will take a much more proactive approach to solving problems and nurturing a culture of change.To ensure that the institution will be well-equippedto meet the challenges of today and thefuture, we will develop a Time to Change roadmap with scheduled milestones and foreseeable changes for the years to come.

The Institution would like to welcome members to complete the survey, so as to collect feedback and insights that will contribute towards the roadmap and Institution's transformation under five major areas of focus:

1. Pursuing digitalisation
2. Enhancing service to Members
3. Boosting professionalism
4. Facilitating innovation
5. Undertaking governance review

This survey will take approx. 10 minutes, and all responses will remain anonymous and kept confidential.

Time to Change Survey
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Smart City Conference 2021 “Smart Infrastructure Conference”
13 May 2021

Smart City Conference 2021 

 “Smart Infrastructure Conference”

https://scc.hkust.edu.hk/

 

13th – 14th May, 2021 (Thursday – Friday), 9:00a.m. – 6:00p.m. (Hong Kong Time, GMT +8)

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) / Webinar

 

Enrolment Invitation

 

Dear Sir / Madam,

 

On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to appeal to you to participate and/or nominate your colleagues to enroll in the conference. Details of the conference are as follows:

 

Date:            

13th -14th May 2021 (Thursday – Friday)

Time:

9:00am – 6:00pm (Hong Kong Time, GMT +8)

Venue:

The conference will be conducted in Mixed Mode that combines physical event for local participants and live streaming for mainland / overseas participants.

 

For local participant:

Citigroup Lecture Theatre (LTA), HKUST

 

The number of seating capacity of the premises is depending on the university and government regulations to fight COVID-19

 

If the number of enrolment exceeds the allowed seating capacity, the late-register participants will be arranged to online mode (Live Streaming Webinar).

 

For overseas / mainland participants:

Live Streaming Webinar

The link will be sent to the registered participants in due course.

 

Fee:

Early-bird* / Members of Supporting Organisation:

HKD 500 (2-day pass) / HKD 350 (1-day pass)

 

Standard: HKD 600 (2-day pass) / HKD 450 (1-day pass)

Full-time student: Free of charge

 

* Early-bird Registration on or before 31 March 2021 (Wednesday)

*List of Supporting Organizations: https://scc.hkust.edu.hk/support_us.html

CPD hours:

15 CPD hours for 2 days / 7.5 CPD hours for 1 day conference are recommended*

*Certificates of attendance will not be issued for student registration

 

With the theme of “Smart Infrastructure”, the conference enables participants to review the utilization of cutting-edge smart applications in the GBA and aims to provide all participants with opportunities to discover and learn about the latest “smart” applications, technologies and strategies that are already in place to help cities become more connected and more sustainable. Speakers with diverse backgrounds from across the Greater Bay Area will share insight on comparing the progress of different sectors as a logical first step in driving inspirational thinking and establishing future cooperation.

 

It would indeed be our great pleasure to have your support by attending and/or nominating your colleagues to join, interact and exchange their valuable views and ideas in this meaningful event.

 

For more details, please see attached flyer or visit https://scc.hkust.edu.hk/

 

 

Enrolment:

 

Individual Enrolment: https://scc.hkust.edu.hk/enrolment_registration.html

 

Group Enrolment: As seats are limited, you are welcomed to reserve the numbers of seats by completing and returning the group enrolment form attached by email or fax first and provide the participants list to us at your earliest convenience by 30th April 2021.

 

If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact our event Secretariat, Ms Connie KWONG at Tel: +852 3502 4983 or through email at sic2021@ust.hk.

 

Thank you very much for your attention.

 

I am looking forward to seeing you at the summit.

 

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2ND NOTICE OF THE 42ND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) - CHANGE OF TIME
20 April 2021

NOTICE OF THE 42ND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 42nd Annual General Meeting of the Civil Division will be held on Tuesday, 20 April 2021 at 6:30pm at the HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, for the following purposes:

 

  1. To receive and confirm the Minutes of the 41st AGM.
  2. To receive and adopt the Annual Report of the Division for Session 2020/2021.
  3. To receive and adopt the Financial Statement of the Division for Session 2020/2021.
  4. To elect the Chairman and Ordinary Members of the Division Committee for Session 2021/2022.

In case of adjournment of the AGM, members of the Division shall check on the Institution’s website at http://www.hkie.org.hk and the Division’s website at http://www.hkie-cv.org/ of the revised venue, time and date for the adjourned AGM.

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have to closely monitor the number of attendees of the AGM in order to implement adequate social distancing measures. If you prepare to attend the AGM, please register online at http://www.hkie-cv.org/p/event/688 on or before 19 April 2021. Members attending the AGM are required to register in advance.

 

Members are reminded that if you come to the Headquarters to attend the AGM, you are advised to wear a surgical mask.

 

Ir Simon NG Pak Hung

Honorary Secretary

13 April 2021

 

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Nominations for Division Chairman and Ordinary Members

 

Division Chairman

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to nominate Ir Michael FONG Hok Shing for election as the Chairman for Session 2021/2022.

 

No other nomination has been received from members by the nomination deadline.

 

Ordinary Members – under Clause 7.2(c) of the Division Rules

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to opt for the maximum of 14 Ordinary Members, and five Ordinary Members in the Committee shall retire by end of the Session, namely Ir Michael FONG Hok Shing, Ir William LUK Wai Lam, Ir Simon NG Pak Hung, Ir Iman LAI Wai Man and Ir Connie CHAN Ho Yee.

 

Following the retirement of the above Ordinary Members, there are five vacancies for the Ordinary Members.

 

The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following five candidates for election as the Ordinary Members for a three-year term: Ir William LUK Wai Lam, Ir Simon NG Pak Hung, Ir Connie CHAN Ho Yee, Ir Prof POON Chi Sun and Ir Johnson LEE Kwun Chung.

 

No other nomination has been received from members by the nomination deadline.

 

Ordinary Member – under Clause 7.2(d) of the Division Rules (i.e. Ordinary Member of the Committee who is of 35 years of age or below)

Due to the voluntary retirement of Ir TAM Ka Yan, there is one vacancy for the Ordinary Member. The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following candidate for the Ordinary Member for a three-year term: Ir Yuki LEUNG Ka Yi.

 

No other nomination has been received from members by the nomination deadline.

 

 

Enquiries: Ir Simon NG Pak Hung at 9528 7828 or email: simonng@manningsasia.com.
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NOTICE OF THE 42ND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)
20 April 2021

NOTICE OF THE 42ND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 42nd Annual General Meeting of the Civil Division will be held on Tuesday, 20 April 2021 at 6:00pm at the HKIE Headquarters, 9/F Island Beverley, No 1 Great George Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, for the following purposes:

 

  1. To receive and confirm the Minutes of the 41st AGM.
  2. To receive and adopt the Annual Report of the Division for Session 2020/2021.
  3. To receive and adopt the Financial Statement of the Division for Session 2020/2021.
  4. To elect the Chairman and Ordinary Members of the Division Committee for Session 2021/2022.

In case of adjournment of the AGM, members of the Division shall check on the Institution’s website at http://www.hkie.org.hk and the Division’s website at http://www.hkie-cv.org/ of the revised venue, time and date for the adjourned AGM.

 

Members are reminded that if you come to the Headquarters to attend the AGM, you are advised to wear a surgical mask.

 

Ir Simon NG Pak Hung

Honorary Secretary

18 March 2021

 

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Nominations for Division Chairman and Ordinary Members

 

Division Chairman

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to nominate Ir Michael FONG Hok Shing for election as the Chairman for Session 2021/2022.

 

Ordinary Members – under Clause 7.2(c) of the Division Rules

The outgoing Division Committee has decided to opt for the maximum of 14 Ordinary Members, and five Ordinary Members in the Committee shall retire by end of the Session, namely Ir Michael FONG Hok Shing, Ir William LUK Wai Lam, Ir Simon NG Pak Hung, Ir Iman LAI Wai Man and Ir Connie CHAN Ho Yee.

 

Following the retirement of the above Ordinary Members, there are five vacancies for the Ordinary Members.

 

The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following five candidates for election as the Ordinary Members for a three-year term: Ir William LUK Wai Lam, Ir Simon NG Pak Hung, Ir Connie CHAN Ho Yee, Ir Prof POON Chi Sun and Ir Johnson LEE Kwun Chung.

 

Ordinary Member – under Clause 7.2(d) of the Division Rules (i.e. Ordinary Member of the Committee who is of 35 years of age or below)

Due to the voluntary retirement of Ir TAM Ka Yan, there is one vacancy for the Ordinary Member. The Division Committee has decided to nominate the following candidate for the Ordinary Member for a three-year term: Ir Yuki LEUNG Ka Yi.

 

Any two Corporate Members of the Division may nominate in writing any duly qualified persons as Chairman or Ordinary Members of the Committee under Clause 7.2(c) and Clause 7.2(d) of the Division Rules. Original copy of the nomination form signed by those making the nomination, together with the consent in writing of every candidate named therein to accept office, if elected, shall be forwarded to the Secretariat of the Institution, for the attention of the Honorary Secretary of Civil Division, no later than Tuesday, 6 April 2021. Please mark ‘Civil Division AGM Nomination’ on the envelope. The nomination forms can be downloaded at the HKIE website: www.hkie.org.hk. Enquiries: Ir Simon NG Pak Hung at 9528 7828 or email: simonng@manningsasia.com.
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Cancellation of HKIE Civil Division Annual Dinner 2020/2021
17 September 2020

Owing to the latest situation of COVID-19 in Hong Kong and the Government's latest decision to continue the regulations and restrictions on catering premises and group gatherings, the Committee has made a difficult decision to cancel the 2020/2021 Annual Dinner, originally scheduled for 17 September 2020. We would appreciate your kind understanding and look forward to having your continual supports to our Division.

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