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[New] RCM Series - Seminar on “Experience Sharing by the Winners of Construction Management Award 2018”
28/02/2019

 

RCM Series - Seminar on 

“Experience Sharing by the Winners of
Construction Management Award 2018”

 

Organized by
Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers

 

Speakers

Cr WONG Wai Lun, Michael (Hip Hing Engineering Co., Ltd.)

Cr WONG Chung Yuen (CR Construction Co. Ltd.)
Mr LAU Shu Hang, Ricco (Ray On Construction Co. Ltd.)


on
28 February 2
019 (Thursday)
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Venue

Room 103, 1/F, Windsor Social Service Building,
No.15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

 

Highlights:

New Works (Grand Award) - Construction Manager, Young Construction Manager Award (Grand Award) - Cr WONG Wai Lun, Michael
Xiqu Centre, A world-class arts venue dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of Xiqu The eight-storey steel frame construction building has a total area of 13,800 sq m and houses a Grand Theatre, accommodating 1,073 seats, a Tea House Theatre, with a capacity of up to 200 seats, eight professional studios and a seminar hall, all specially designed for different types of Xiqu-related functions and activities.

As the project of the complex steel structure construction with high acoustic requirement for Theatre, Cr Wong shared the how and by what approach to tackle the construction difficulties during the construction period and how to execute the construction management to achieve the project completion with Final Client’s satisfaction.

Young Construction Manager Award (Merit) - Cr WONG Chung Yuen
The Chu Hai College of Higher Education New Campus Development, Hong Kong (CHC) is a non-profit making organisation providing quality tertiary education in Hong Kong. To attain full international university status, CHC obtained a land grant from the Government to develop a new campus by 2016. CHC’s vision is to develop a world-class and state-of-the-art facilities for a variety of tertiary education programmes.

Chu Hai College of Higher Education New Campus Development, Hong Kong is a world class educational facility. This significant to the new compus now provides a range of teaching, research, lodging, executive and administrative spares, spreading over 26,500m2 of floor area. Its two main towers connected by 3 nos. steel bridges and sitting over an landscaped podium. The master plan of CHC to allow sufficient flexibily in International education and future development needs. The proposal is an assimilation of concepts covering sustainability, interfacing and integration with nature, reinforcing the college communities and multi-disciplinary collaborations and intellectual creativities.


A&A Works (Grand Award)- Construction Manager - Mr LAU Shu Hang, Ricco
The Ocean Terminal Extension and Alteration & Addition Works to the Existing Ocean Terminal was a project commissioned by Harbour City Estates Limited. An “all-star” Design Team was recruited by the Employer for this landmark project determined to become a state-of-the-art complex that would draw customers to the premises, enhancing overall customer experience and rental performance of their property. The Objective was to draw patron traffic across the entire precinct to the premises. To provide a decent first impression to those visitors and tourists arriving Hong Kong via the cruise liners, outstanding design, top grade quality and excellent workmanship were requisite. Ray On Construction Company Limited was honoured to have been appointed the Main Contractor in this project and we were very proud to have undertaken such an exciting project that came along with so many challenges which we eventually resolved.


The registration fee: 

Member : HK$150.00
Non-member : HK$180.00

 

To register:  

(i)   please click here for on-line registration (confirmation e-mail will be sent to successful registrants in due course); or

(ii)  refer to the Flyer/Application Form.

 

For more information about the seminar or to register, please refer to the flyer. For enquiries, please contact the HKICM secretariat Office at Tel: (852) 2523 2081 or e-mail: info@hkicm.org.hk.

 


HKICM Secretariat
31 January 2019