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The CIOB(HK) is excited to launch the “Witnessing the Construction Industry” Photo Competition. The contest, which opens to CIOB Hong Kong members.
The CIOB(HK) Annual General Meeting 2013 was held on 18 April 2013. A new Council was elected, Dr Lee Fook Pui Billy has continually been the President of CIOB(HK).
The CIOB, Head of International, Ms Amy Gough visited Hong Kong Branch on 9 – 12 March 2013 to meet our Hong Kong President for Enhancement of Membership Development and to officiate New Branch Office Opening, followed by Macau Visit on 13 March
Members’ Forum was held on 15 March 2013 with our fellow members for launching the Members Occupation Competency Scheme (“MOCS”) – Stage 2, there was full house of members. During the Members’ Forum, our members had a good opportunity to understand the status of the Stage 1 and also on how and when to proceed the Stage 2. It was a platform to communicate and exchange their views of the MOCS with the Hong Kong Council.
The CIOB(HK) received a letter from the Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong on 26 February 2013 regarding the “Consultation Paper: Adverse Possession."
Due to many requests, the nomination deadline for CMYA 2012 is now extended to Monday 15 April 2013. Please deliver nomination documents and materials to CIOB Hong Kong Office by the deadline.
President, Dr Lee Fook Pui Billy, Senior Vice President, Mr Jason Law, Vice President, Mr Mok Peng Lam, Treasurer, Mr Charles Mung and Branch Manager, Ms Ivy Lo had met Legislative Member the Honorable Ir Dr Hon LO Wai Kwok (Functional Constituency - Engineering) on 13 December 2012 to exchange the views of the Institute and Hong Kong construction industry.
Dept. of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong invited our members to enjoy free access to all published papers from the four issues to date of the 'Built Environment Project and Asset Management' journal. The Editorial team at Built Environment Project and Asset Management (BEPAM) are pleased to present Free Access February, a month long event for readers to enjoy free access to the whole BEPAM table of contents completely free.
We are pleased to inform you that the 12th Issue of the CIC Newsletter (Newsletter) has now been published. The key objective of the Newsletter is to provide an effective communication channel between the CIC and industry stakeholders to further enhance ties.
Please be informed that the office of CIOB (HK) will be moved to the following address on 28 December 2012. Telephone, fax number and e-mail address remain unchanged. Room 1501Wanchai Commercial Centre194-204 Johnston RoadWanchai, Hong Kong Tel : 2543 6369Fax : 2143 6882Email: email@example.com