Established in 1997, 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 January 2024, the number of HKICM members reached 3,391, of which 1,268 were Corporate Members (including Fellows and Members).
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 Institute has been playing an active and responsive role of consultation to the Government in its policy making process, particularly to those topics related to the construction industry and on issues affecting the construction management profession. In addition, the Institute also plays an important advisory role in the government and statutory bodies as we have been invited to nominate representatives to sit in their boards/committee/panels to give expert advises on relevant construction related policies and issues.
Besides contributing our professional views and opinions to public affairs, the Institute also cared about the community and contributed to the construction industry with our expertise by providing professional and community services through our members to various government bureaus and departments, public authorities and councils as well as the public at large.