Modularize Build is increasingly being adopted in Hong Kong for its ability to improve build quality, reduce construction program, and optimize material use i.e. require fewer temporary works.
The speaker will introduce Heavy Lifting, share ideas about abnormal load engineering and ways to handle heavy loading and large-scale modularization built in the construction industry, with examples demonstrating how heavy lifting facilitate alternative solutions for “tricky” site adopted on the installation of construction material. Modularized-Built enables safe, sound and quality of products. The most commonly used Heavy Lifting Equipment, i.e. Strand Jacks, SPMTs etc. will be also introduced in this sharing session.
Large-scale modularized construction is originally developed/advanced in the Energy sector. The speaker will discuss the history of Heavy Lifting plant and equipment’s development and its future applications, introduce the Heavy Lifting opportunities and its possible application in Hong Kong, especially for working around tight-spaced city centre.
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Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers (HKICM)
|28 June 2023 (Wednesday)
|7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
|Online CPD Live via Zoom
Eur Ing. & Ir Eric S Y Kwok
Eur Ing. & Ir Eric S Y Kwok joined Goldwave Group in 2019, providing professional consultancy service of Heavy Lifting from scheme design of construction methodology to on site operation. He devoted in Structural Steel Erection Engineering and Heavy Lifting with over 20 years of experience in the field.
Eric graduated with his first Bachelor degree from University of Sheffield and received his MSc & DIC Structural Steelwork Design from Imperial College, London. He was highly involved in many Extreme Engineering / Worlds Wonders Projects around the globe in his career so far.
He is a civil and structural engineer by training, a Fellow member of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers; Institution of Structural Engineers; Institution of Civil Engineers; Institution of Mechanical Engineers and a member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers in the Structural discipline.
|Cantonese supplemented by English
|HKICM Member; First-come, first-served
|HKICM Member HK$ 150.00
Non-member HK$ 180.00
|21 June 2023 (Wednesday)