Notice of Revision of Membership Fees (1 Apr 2022 – 31 Mar 2023)

15 February 2022

Dear Members,


In view of the increasing cost of business operations due to general inflation and our continued efforts in improving the services to the members, the General Council has approved a resolution to revise the annual subscriptions and application fees for admission into membership at its 2nd General Council Meeting held on 9 Feb 2022.


A healthy and balanced financial position is crucial in maintaining the growth of the Institute and the construction management profession. Thus, it was resolved that in addition to revising the level of membership fees, the Council will continue to explore ways to increase non-subscription revenue and to contain expenditure in striving for the quality services that can best fit members’ needs.


With effect from 1 April 2022, the revised membership fees will be as follows:


Class Annual Subscription Application Fee
Fellow HKD2,000 HKD1,000
Member HKD1,800 HKD800
Associate HKD700 HKD400
Construction Supervisor HKD600 HKD300
Graduate HKD100 HKD100
Student Waived Waived


In addition, an “Entrance Fee” of HKD1,000.00 will also be charged upon successful election or transfer to Member Class of Membership (please refers to the enclosed《HKICM Membership Fees 2022/23》for details of the revised membership fees).


Please note that you will receive the ‘Membership Subscription Renewal Payment Advice Form’ for Membership Year 2022/23 by mail in March 2022.



The Secretariat

Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers



Encl.《HKICM Membership Fees 2022-23

Important Notes:

  1. This is an online pre-registration only and the seat reserved will only be confirmed by an e-mail sent to the successful registrant in due course upon receipt of the registration fee.
  2. The talk will be conducted online via Zoom. Successful registrants will be notified separately via email with the meeting ID in due course to the online event . 
  3. Information collected, including name, phone number, email address and postal address, will only be used for the purpose of processing booking or general enquires related to HKICM, and will be treated in confidence and not be disclosed to any other party. 
  4. HKICM reserves the right of final decision and interpretation in the case of any dispute.

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Mr. Damon So

Partner in the Construction and Engineering Practice of the Hong Kong office of international law firm Hogan Lovells

– One of the few lawyers listed in the “Hall of Fame” (for Construction) of Legal 500, a leading legal directory in Hong Kong and recognised as a leading individual in various
authoritative legal directories.

– Qualified as a Chartered Civil and Structural Engineer

– Member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (MHKIE) (Civil & Structural disciplines)

– Qualified as a solicitor

– Has undertaken a wide range of both contentious and non-contentious construction legal work in respect of both building and civil projects

– Including both pursuing and defending a number of professional negligence claims

– Acts as an arbitrator and has had substantial experience in other dispute resolution procedures including mediation

– HKMAAL Accredited Mediator and a Panel Mediator of HKIAC

– Has also spoken widely on topics relating to arbitration and construction legal issues. 

Dr Daron Leung

Dr. Daron LEUNG, Vice President of The Hong Kong Federation of Occupational Safety & Health Association, Immediate Past President of The Hong Kong Occupational Safety & Health  Association, Principal Consultant of Occupational Safety & Health & Environmental Consulting Associate Ltd.

Mr Joseph Chung

Joseph Chung is a Solicitor Advocate. He is also a registered foreign lawyer of the
Singapore International Commercial Court. He was previously a Barrister until he became a Solicitor in 2001. He is also a fellow member of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors.

Joseph has extensive experience in all aspects of construction in both private and public sector work, advising developers, contractors, consultants and banks.

Over the years in his practice as a lawyer, he has been involved in many high profile construction projects, including the Hong Kong airport core project, the Express Rail Link and the Hong Kong-Macau-Zhuhui Bridge. He was involved in the Commission of Inquiry into Excess Lead found in Drinking Water in 2015/2016. He is recommended in the area of construction in the Asia Pacific Legal 500 (2014 – 2021 editions) and acknowledged as one of the leading lawyers in the area of construction in Chambers Asia Pacific (2014 – 2021 editions) and the exclusive winner of the “Construction” category in Hong Kong by the Client Choice Awards 2018 & 2021. He is also recognised as a Leading Construction & Infrastructure Litigation Lawyer (2020 – 2021) and a Leading Front End Construction, Infrastructure & Projects Lawyer (2020) by Doyle’s Guide Hong Kong.

Joseph is the co-author of the Hong Kong version of one of the leading UK construction text “Emden’s Construction Law in Hong Kong”.