Established in 1997, the Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers ("Institute" or "HKICM") is the only local professional institution representing the construction management profession in Hong Kong. As of 1 April 2017, the number of HKICM members reached 2,015, of which 1,066 were Corporate Members (including Fellows and Members).
The Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers, Limited (renamed from The Hong Kong Institute of Builders, Limited since 7 July 2000) was officially inaugurated on 5 May 1997 before return of Hong Kong to China's sovereignty under the auspices of The Society of Builders, Hong Kong (established since 1961) with over 600 construction professionals as founding members to foster for systematic enhancement of the quality and complexity in construction management.
The Institute was established to promote professional excellence in the management of both building and civil works. Our objectives are to secure the advancement and facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and expertise which constitutes and promotes the practice of and professionalism in construction management.
The works of the Institute include setting standards for professional services and performance, establishing rules of conduct, determining requirements for admission as professional construction managers, and encouraging members to upgrade skills through continuing professional development.
The Institute has played an active consultative role in government policy making and on issues affecting the construction management profession, such as Minor Works Registration Scheme, Mandatory Window Inspection Scheme and Unauthorized Building Works in New Territories Exempted Houses - Reporting Scheme. In additional, we also have representatives in various boards/committees/panels of Government and professional bodies on construction related issues.
Introduction of HKICM (Presentation PPT)
HKICM Corporate Video