HKIE Structural Division Annual Seminar 2021

Date, time & venue
2021-05-03;9:45am to 6:15pm;4/F, Conference Hall, HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon



The theme of the HKIE Structural Division Annual Seminar 2021 is “Modernization and Modularization in Structural Engineering and Construction”. We are privileged to have Mr. CHAN Ka-kui, SBS, JP, the Chairman of the Construction Industry Council, as our Guest of Honour. The Annual Seminar aims to bring together local and overseas prominent academia and eminent engineers from both the public and private sectors to share their insights, experience and ideas of modernized methods of design and construction, innovative applications uncovered from recent researches, leading to modernization and delving in modularization in structural engineering and construction.


The details of the event are as follows:

Date: 3 May 2021 (Monday)

Time: 9:45am – 6:15pm

Venue: 4/F, Conference Hall, HKPC Building

78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Format: Hybrid (Live and Virtual)


Guest of Honor

Mr. CHAN Ka-kui, SBS, JP, Chairman of the Construction Industry Council.


Speakers Title Theme/Topic
Ir LEUNG Wai Man Director,
P&T Group
Design of Highrise Concrete
MiC System in Hong Kong
Ir Daniel HW LEUNG Assistant Director (Development and


Hong Kong Housing Authority

A Paradigm Shift – The Use Of

Robotisation And Digitalisation

In Public Housing Developments

Dr Calvin KAM FAIA,


Founder, Strategic Building Innovation

Adjunct Professor, CIFE,

Stanford University

Engineering Innovation: Global

Observations and Insights into

the Asian Construction Industry

Ir Humphrey HO Hon


Assistant Director/ New Buildings 2,

Buildings Department

Modernising Building Standards
Er CHEW Keat Chuan Group Director (Building Engineering)

& Commissioner of Building Control,

Building and Construction Authority

Latest development on the use

of Prefabricated Prefinished

Volumetric Construction (PPVC)

in Singapore

Ir Richard SM LEE General Manager,

Yau Lee Construction Co., Ltd.

The Challenges of Modular

Integrated Construction in Staff

Quarters for the Fire Services

Department at Pak Shing Kok

Prof LI Guo Qiang Professor of structural engineering at

the College of Civil Engineering,

Tongji University

Blind bolting for connections

between H-shaped beam and

rectangular hollow section


Ir Thomas TONG Yiu


General Manager of Innovation and

Technology Development,

Construction Industry Council

Going the Extra Mile in

Construction Modernization

* Program, Topics and Speakers are subjected to change without any prior notice.

** The seminar will be conducted in English unless noted otherwise.


Admission Package

The Annual Seminar will be held via both online platform and live mode. Subject to the social distancing arrangement of the venue, number of live mode registration will be limited and be confirmed at the time closer to the event date. If situation is not warranting for participants to join in-person, designated online link will be offered to registered participants.


Tickets Type Fee (HKD)
Early Bird – Live Ticket $650
Early Bird – Online Ticket $410
Standard – Live Ticket (NO Lunch will be provided): $800
Standard – Online Ticket $500
Young Members Committee of The HKIE/ $300

*The whole-day Seminar is recommended for 6 CPD hours.



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For completing the enrollment, please post a crossed cheque made payable to “The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers – Structural Division” to

Mr. Joseph Kwok Ming Focus Limited (Event Secretariat)

Room 1411, 14/F, CC Wu Building, 302-8 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong Enrolment will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis as seats are limited.


For enquirers, please contact Mr Joseph Kwok / Ms Margaret MING (Event Secretariat, Ming Focus Limited) at 3101-9108 /


Organizing Committee:

Ir Ben TSE Wai-keung (OC Chairman)

Ir Prof CHAN Siu-lai

Ir Prof CHAN Chun-man

Ir Albert A Ray TAM

Ir Alvin LAI Ho-cheong

Ir Kevin TANG

Ir LAU Chi-kin

Ir Dr Paul LAM Heung-fai


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