Register now for the BRE Distinguished Lecture on the Hong Kong Construction Industry
Established in 2007, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) is committed to strengthening the sustainability of the construction industry in Hong Kong by providing a communications platform, striving for continuous improvement, increasing awareness of health and safety, as well as improving skills development. It has played an important role in driving the unity and excellence of the construction industry in the territory.
PolyU’s Department of Building and Real Estate (BRE) is honoured to have invited Mr Chan Ka Kui, SBS, JP, Chairman of the CIC, to give a lecture on the topic of “Reshaping of the Hong Kong Construction Industry”. Mr Chan was the Chairman of the Construction Industry Training Authority and Vice-President of the Hong Kong Construction Association. He was also a recipient of the Outstanding BRE Alumni Award 2014.
The lecture will be held in hybrid mode on 30 November 2021. Mr Chan will review the major initiatives of the CIC in the last six years, during the tenure of his chairmanship of the Council. He will also share his vision on the development of Hong Kong’s construction industry.
For more information and to register, please visit here.
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