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Current and Future Events and Activities

 

 

12 December 2020

AIIB Technical visit for CanaShield AIPV System

 
   

This Technical Visit is organized by AIIB and is supported by Build4Asia 2020, BSOMES, CABE HKChapter, Engineers Without Boarder, ISHP, and SOE (HK Region).

Programme Highlight

CanaShield Durable Thin film Energy (Technologies involves the production and application of the innovated Energizing AIPV systems that consist of Power Generations Air Quality Improvement with self-cleansing effects on semitransparent colored solar power decorative and/or structural glass panels. It is self-cleaning, available for custom module size and patterns. With air purification function, it can decompose PM2.5, decimate bacteria and virus, offering a no carbon footprint, no energy consumption, recyclable green choice for the construction industry.

Date:                                            12 December 2020 (Saturday)

Time:                                            14:00-16:00

Venue:                                          Zero Carbon Building (零碳天地) 8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay

Nos. of Participant:                       Maximum 30 persons Fee Free of charge (Seat reserved on first-come-first-served in basis)

CPD e-certificate (if required):     An administration fee of HK$60.00 will be charged if a 2 hours.

 

Flyer for detailed information and registration form

 

 
 

10 October 2020

Engineer Without Borders (HK) - Myanmar x HK Joint Webinar, EWB-HK Urban Sustainability Series

 
   

This Webinar is organized jointly by Young Engineer Committee the Federation of Myanmar Engineering Societies, and Engineers Without Borders (Hong Kong), and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organization.

Programme Highlight

Date:                     10 October 2020 (Saturday)
Time:                     3:00pm (Hong Kong Time)
                              1:30pm (Myanmar Time)
Webinar format:    Online via ZOOM (organized from Myanmar side)
Language:             English
Fee:                       Free

Seminar Rundown (Hong Kong Time)
3:00pm Opening speech
3:10pm Webinar by Hong Kong
4:15pm Webinar by Myanmar

Flyer / eRegistration

 

 

 
 

25 September 2020

TecHorizon | InfoTalk@Webinar, IoT Solutions for Combating COVID-19 Pandemic

 
   

Members are invited to register to this Webinar, in which Professor Andrew YT Leung, the President of AIIB will take part in one of the 4 sessions as speaker.

Date :      25 September 2020

Time :      2:30pm - 4:45pm 

Programme Highlight

IoT technologies provide the infrastructure and mechanism to enable connected and real time platforms to base solutions on to serve urgent market needs such as those experienced during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While promising, companies who want to provide such solutions are facing a number of common challenges:

• You anticipate this business opportunity for Combating COVID-19 Pandemic but your end users are looking for a                                   complete total solution instead of talking to multiple suppliers;

• You have IoT solution or product for Combating COVID-19 but without connection with end user or customers; and

• You have good relationships with end-users but your competence is in Biotech, chemical cleaning and hygiene, and                                 you do not have much experience in IoT or electronics for a comprehensive connected solution provided other partners.

eRegistration

 

 
 

25 September 2020

CABE Webinar, Safety and Health Responsibilities of Management Staff on Construction Sites

 
   

AIIB Members are encouraged to register for this webinar, which is organized by CABE our collaborative partner.

Date:      25 September 20020 (Friday)

Time:     7:00 PM - 8:00 PM CST (Central Standard Time)

Programme Highlight

It has been long established that employees have a legal right to be protected on safety and health at work. Mandatory duties on duty holders are prescribed in safety legislation and sanction may be imposed for violation of the safety law. There were cases in Hong Kong that site management staff were prosecuted for failing to act or omission in carrying out their statutory duties. On the other hand, victims in a work-related accident or their beneficiary may claim damages against the duty holders within the branch of negligence in Common Law. The objective of the talk is to enhance the safety awareness of the site management staff who are expected to exercise reasonably practicable measures to prevent accident and ill health at work. Content of talk includes a brief introduction on the criminal and common law liabilities, possible consequences and sanction imposed on the duty holders for breach in statutes and common law principles. Speakers will share their views with emphasis on risk assessment and safe system of work in accident prevention in Hong Kong.  

Detailed information and online registration

 

 
 

25 September 2020

ISHP Online Seminar, Leading OSH Conversations under COVID 19: How do Utility Organizations Adjust to the New Normal?

 
   

This Webinar is organized by ISHP and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

Part 1 : Sharing of COVID-19 Control Measures in Utility Works                                                                                                              Part 2 : Impacts of COVID-19 at Utility Environment - A Medical Point of View

Date :               25th Sep 2020 (Friday)
Time :              19:00-21:00
Venue :            Online Seminar (Participants will only need a device which can get access to the internet and contains AV system.)      Medium :         Cantonese
Admissions :    Free for participation (no additional cost for e-Certificate)

Flyer for detailed information and registration form

 

 
 

22 September 2020

BSOMES Technical Webinar on New Regulatory Amendment of Minor Works Control System - Updated Requirements                     and Best Practice

 
   

This Technical Webinar is organized by BSOMES and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date              : 22nd September 2020 (Tue)
Time              : 7:00pm - 8:30pm (Registration at 6:45pm)
Venue            : Zoom Meeting Platform

Programme Highlight
The Minor Works Control System (“MWCS”) has proven to be a simple and convenient channel in carrying out minor building works under simplified requirements without the need to obtain prior approval of plans and consent to the commencement of such works from the BA. Its implementation is generally welcomed by both the industry and the public. Since its implementation beginning from 31 December 2010 and up to 31 December 2019, over 920 000 minor works (“MW”) submissions have been received.
The Building (Minor Works) (Amendment) Regulation 2020 (“B(MW)(A)R 2020”) was gazetted on 8 May 2020 and will come into operation on 1 September 2020. This legislative amendment exercise would involve the addition of 70 MW items offset by the repealing of nine MW items, as a result of which the list of MW items would increase from 126 to 187. 56 existing MW items would also be amended. In terms of Designated Exempted Works items, the legislative amendment exercise would increase the number from 15 to 30, while the presentation of eight existing items would be amended. BSOMES has representative joining the Technical Committee of Buildings Department and provide opinions / comments from Industry on the implementation of the MWCS.

 

Flyer for detailed information and Online Registration

 

 
 

18 September 2020

BSOMES Webinar Conference, Operation and Maintenance in Buildings "Making Smart Buildings Smarter"

 
   

This Conference is organized by BSOMES and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date    :                          18 September 2020
Time   :                          1400-1800
Fee     :                           HK$400 for supporting organization member including e- CPD certificate & e-proceedings.
Registration Deadline :  31 August 2020

 

Flyer for further details and registration information

 

 
 

16 September 2020

ISHP Online Seminar, Prevention through Innovation and Design for Safety

 
   

This Online Seminar is organized by ISHP and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date :                  16th September 2020 (Wednesday)                                                                                                                                  Time :                 19:00-21:00                                                                                                                                                                        Venue :                Online Seminar                                                                                                                                                                                               (Detailed information will be sent to applicants; participants will only need a device which                                                                       can get access to the internet and have AV system.) 

Programme Highlight

“Design for Safety” is crucial for construction and maintenance works safety by early involvement of all stakeholders in hazard identification and mitigation at early design stages of project. To enhance the effectiveness of this initiative, the Development Bureau (DEVB) had appointed Occupational Safety and Health Council (OSHC) to launch a review programme to the “Guidance Notes and Worked Examples of Design for Safety” in 2013. Good design practices such as maintenance corridor on external facades, catwalks and maintenance platform for ceiling mounted services, precast off-site fabrication, and twinpipe system for sewer maintenance, etc. are some of the risk mitigation measures that can be used for better safety management in the whole project life cycle.

Flyer for Details and Application Form

 

 
 

28 August 2020

ISHP Online Seminar, Using Big Data and AI to Improve Construction Health and Safety

 
   

This Online Seminar is organized by ISHP and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date :                  28th Aug 2020 (Friday)                                                                                                                                                    Time :                 17:00-19:00                                                                                                                                                                        Venue :                Online Seminar                                                                                                                                                                                               (Detailed information will be sent to applicants; participants will only need a device which                                                                       can get access to the internet and have AV system.) 

Programme Highlight

Section 1 - The journey from digital transformation to data driven decision making 

Section 2 – Saving Lives with Statistics: An Introduction of Data Science to Workplace Safety 

Flyer and Application Form

 

 
 

24 August 2020

CABA Webinar, CABA Intelligent Buildings Council (IBC)

 
   

AIIB Members are invited to join this Webinar that is organized by the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA), the collaboration partner of AIIB.

Date:                  24 August 2020 (Monday)

Time:                12:00H - 13:30H EST (Eastern Standard Time USA/Canada)

Venue:              Online

Topic:               Smart Buildings: BEMS, EMIS, FDD, M&V, DCV and COVID
 

Webinar Details / Registration 

 

 
 

13 August 2020

BSOMES/CIPHE Technical Webinar on Latest Trend of Occupational Health and Safety by Introduction of ISO45001 System

 
   

This Technical Webinar is organized by BSOMES/CIPHE and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date    : 13 August 2020 (Thursday) 
Venue  : This event will be conducted in the form of webinar via Zoom
Time    : 18:30 – 20:00 hrs 
 
Programme Highlights  
ISO 45001 is an ISO standard for management systems of occupational health and safety (OH&S), published on 12 March 2018. It will replace the conventional OHSAS 18001 over a three-year migration period from 2018 to 2021. The goal of ISO 45001 is the reduction of occupational injuries and diseases, including promoting and protecting physical and mental health, by proactively improving OH&S performance. This seminar will introduce the key differences between ISO45001 and OHSAS18001, and the experience sharing on how to migrate to new ISO system as well as the benefits on the application of ISO systems. 
 
Honourable Speaker 
Dr. Aldous Au Aldous develops his skills set from third party certification, occupational health & safety management and management consultancy for more than 7 countries, 20 industries, and over 300 companies in the past 20 years. He is lead auditor in eight ISO Management Systems, approved lead tutor and an internationally registered lead specialist in three ISO management systems. Aldous holds a PhD in Management, MSc in risk management, and MBA from University of UK. 
 
Fee Free of Charge 

Flyer for detail and registration information

 

 
 

16 June 2020

BSOMES Seminar, New Era of Retro-commissioning RCx for Building Energy Efficiency (建築物能源效益及重新校驗的新時代)

 
   

This Seminar is organized by BSOMES and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date     : 16 June 2020 (Tuesday)

Venue  : BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Time    : 14:00 - 17:30 hrs

Programme Highlights

According to various studies, retro-commissioning RCx is a cost-effective approach to resolve the issue of high energy consumption in older buildings and is also one of the key initiatives as stipulated in 4 Ts framework adopted by EMSD on deepening energy saving in existing buildings 2018 Policy Address also encourages energy saving in building by conducting RCx.

Since 2017 BSOMES (Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society), HKGBC (Hong Kong Green Building Council) and EMSD have started to promote the awareness and develop guidelines for implementing RCx within the sector with the funding support of PASS on strengthening the technical capability and regional collaboration in implementing RCx in buildings. BSOMES will help enhancing the knowledge, skills and updating the latest trends on implementing retro commissioning for building services operation and maintenance engineers in Hong Kong, as well as their understanding of the challenges and opportunities on regional collaboration with the Mainland and ASEAN market, thereby uplifting the service standards and competitiveness of the sector.

Flyer for additional information

eRegistration

 

 
 

18 May 2020

ISHP Seminar - What we can learn about safety from Mega Projects, Hong Kong & China cases

 
   

This Seminar is organized by ISHP and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date     : 18th May 2020 (Monday)                                                                                                                                                            Time    : 19:00-21:00                                                                                                                                                                                    Venue   : Online (Detailed information will be sent to applicants through email.                                                                                                        Participants will only need a device with AV support and internet access.)                                                                                Speaker : Raymond Wong Wai-man Lecturer, City University of Hong Kong, Independent Researcher                                                                     with focus on large-scale infrastructure projects 

Seminar Highlights                                                                                                                                                                                Mega projects usually refer to large-scale civil engineering works like infrastructure or building projects, in particular those working under extremely complex built-environment. There are countless operations required to carry out under very challenging condition that involve unimaginable difficult construction and engineering set-up or concerns. Of course, safety is another major issue that needed to face in these projects. With the studies of these kinds of mega projects both in Hong Kong and China for more than 20 years, the speaker will share some of his experience to audiences making use of this seminar event. He will talk about the work environment of these challenging projects that usually encountered. The work set-up and measures to minimize construction safety will also be highlighted.                                                                                                                                                                   

Language medium : Chinese, with English in most of the presentation materials                                                                                Admissions            : Free for participation (Electronic CPD Certificate would be charged: HK$100 for ISHP members or                                                       members of supporting organizations; and HK$200 for non-members) No payment on site.                                  Places                     : 50 (First-come-first-served)                                                                                                                                        Enquiry                   : Please contact Ms. Yu at 91801788. 

Flyer and Registration Form

 

 
 
 

17 May 2020

Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong Forum: Dialogue with MO - Climate Change and Sustainable Future                                     (與武哥對談 - 氣候變化與可持續未來)

 
   

This Forum is organized by Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong, and is supported by AIIB as one of supporting organizations.

Time : 14:00pm - 16:00pm
Place : The Commercial Press Tsim Sha Tsui Book Centre, B1 Mira Place One, 132 Nathan Road, TST
Medium : Cantonese
Registration : Free of Charge

Flyers (English) (Chinese)

eRegistration (full house, sign up for Webinar is available)

 

 
 

4 April 2020

Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong Forum: 與武哥對談 - 氣候變化與可持續未來

 
   

This event is organized by the Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

與武哥對談 - 氣候變化與可持續未來

日期: 2020年4月4日 (六)
時間: 下午2 - 4 時
地點: 商務印書館尖沙咀圖書中心文化活動廳 (尖沙咀彌敦道13號 美麗華廣場一期低層地下)
語言: 廣東話
費用: 全免

Flyer / eRegistration

 

 
 

11 January 2020

IFMA Asia Pacific Awards of Excellence Winner’s Showcase

 
   

 

Date:            

11 January 2020

Topic:

IFMA Asia Pacific Awards of Excellence Winner’s Showcase  

Time:

Saturday, 09:00 - 13:00

Venue:

CityU SCOPE TSTE Learning Centre, CP3LT1, UG301, ChinaChem Golden Plaza

Contact:

2512 0111

Additional Information and Registration

 

 
 

11 December 2019

ISHP CPD Seminar - Management of Common Musculoskeletal Problems of Construction Workers                                                                                            (建築工人常見骨關節問題的治療方法)

 
   

Date    : 11 December 2019
Time   : 19:00-21:00
Venue : KB526, 5/F, Knowles Building, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road

Seminar highlights :

  • Risk factors and management of chronic neck/back pain, chronic shoulder pain (e.g., frozen shoulder), elbow pain (e.g., tennis elbow), chronic knee pain (e.g. OA knees), and chronic heel pain (e.g. plantar fasciitis)
  • Side Effects of Analgesics

Language medium : Cantonese, supplemented with English
Admissions            : Free for participation (Electronic CPD Certificate would be charged: HK$ 100 for ISHPmembers /members                                             of supporting organizations; and HK$ 200 for nonmembers)
Places                     : 50 (First-come-first-served)
Enquiry                   : Please contact Ms. Yu at 91801788

Flyer and Registration Form

 

 
 

29 November 2019

ISHP CPD Seminar - Management of Common Medical Problems of Construction Workers                                                                                                          (建築工人常見內科疾患的處理)

 
   

Date    : 29th November 2019
Time   : 19:00-21:00
Venue : KB526, 5/F, Knowles Building, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road

Seminar highlights :

  • Risk factors and management of hypertension, hyperlipidemias and diabetes (e.g., Medications, diet advice, exercise prescriptions like aerobic exercise, resistance training, high intensity interval training)
  • Smoking cessation methods (e.g., Behavioral therapy, medications)
  • Risks and Management of Alcohol Use Disorder
  • Complications and Management of Heat Stroke

Language medium : Cantonese, supplemented with English
Admissions            : Free for participation (Electronic CPD Certificate would be charged: HK$ 100 for ISHP members /members                                          of supporting organizations; and HK$ 200 for nonmembers)
Places                     : 50 (First-come-first-served)
Enquiry                  : Please contact Ms. Yu at 91801788

Flyer and Registration Form

 

 
 

26 September 2019

AIIB International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Structures and Facilities (ISSF 2019)                                                                                       - Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) Solutions for Smarter Connections

 
   

This Conference is organized by AIIB and is supported by AEE-HKC, BSOMES, CABE, HKLPPA, GHM-GBIUA(HK), IFMA-HKC, ISHP, and SOE-HKR.

Contents of the Programme that may be included

Activities all about Intelligent Green Building and about Information and Communications Technology. Specific research topics for ISSF2019 are listed below:

  •  ICT in Intelligent Green Buildings Infrastructures.
  •  Crisis Management for ICT
  •  ICT in Architecture, Engineering & Construction
  •  ICT in Logistic, Transportation and Manufacturing
  •  Intelligent Buildings Trend for ICT application in non-profit agencies
  •  Intelligent Buildings Policy and Systems for Intelligent Industry People.
  •  ICT’s societal and economic impact
  •  The significance of ICT in enterprises
  •  ICT in application on academic buildings and campus life of Universities
  •  ICT technology investment, application and contribution
  •  ICT resources from the world
  •  ICT in Professional Services and Development
  •  Best Practices in Building Services for Intelligent Buildings.

Application fee/ per person

Free of Charge

Recommended for

Building Developer, building contractor, Engineer, System Developer/Provider, Facility management company, building services engineering company, Architect, Surveyor, Project Planner, Government body, and anyone who is interested or involved in Intelligent Green Building and Intelligent Industry for Smart City

CPD Certification

Participant will receive a 4-hours CPD e-certificate after the event by email

 

Flyer and Registration

 

 
 

26 September 2019

AIIB 18th Anniversary Dinner

 
   

Dear AIIB Patrons, Supporters and Members,

Please be informed that the AIIB 18th Anniversary Dinner has been confirmed to be held on 26 September 2019 (Thursday) at Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hotel, 50 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China.

Founded in Hong Kong in 2000, AIIB is a non-profit making organization with the objective to raise the public understanding and to encourage industry adoption of the principles and technologies of Intelligent Buildings (IBs).  This year, the theme of our annual event is “Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) Solutions for Smarter Connections”.  As usual, our Annual Dinner offers a good opportunity to you, our VIPs to have a joyful evening and social gathering among the business leaders and professionals of the industry participating in the event.

Your support would definitely be the key to the success of our events.  We believe that it would be an effective promotion by advertising your esteemed company in the event media.  Furthermore, it would be an excellent opportunity for you and your colleagues to meet both old and new friends from Government, professionals, academia, leaders in the building and technology industry at our conference and annual dinner.

Your support would definitely be the key to the success of our event and please find the enclosed details of sponsorship package for your consideration. We would be grateful to receive your confirmation by returning the reply slip.

Ir Ken Luk
Chair of Executive Committee, Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings

 

 

Attachments:

Sponsorship Package and Reply Slip

 

 
 

26 September 2019

HKWMA Forum - Municipal Solid Waste Charging: How will it impact Hong Kong?

 
   

This event is organized by the HKWMA and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

As part of a series of events to celebrate HKWMA's 25th Anniversary in 2019, a One-Day Forum on "Municipal Solid Waste Charging: How will it impact Hong Kong?" will be held on 26 September 2019.  With Hong Kong progressively moving towards sustainable waste management and in view of the municipal solid waste (MSW) charging scheme upcoming in due course, this One-Day Forum will focus on discussing and forecasting how this charging scheme will bring along the "temporary pain" to Hong Kong in the short term, and how it will likely alter the landscape and ecology of the waste management practices, recycling industries and citizens' behavioural changes in Hong Kong in the long run.  Apart from key local policymakers and advocators, prestigious speakers from our neighbouring regions as well as those from Europe will share with us their experiences on the initial formulation of policies, behavioural changes observed, difficulties encountered as well as the continual evolution of their waste management policies and practices to suit their local needs and cultures.  As one of the most devoted professional associations in Hong Kong dedicated on waste management, this Forum will be an unique and open platform to all those interested in appreciating the in-depth
changes to be brought about by this MSW charging scheme.

The Forum is broadly divided into three (3) sessions - "Policy & Application", "Implementation" and "Recycling Industry", and will be one of the very few occasions where local government officials, policymakers, academia, community stakeholders, consultants, contractors get together to discuss the upcoming MSW charging scheme, in presence of and in support from regional and international experts who had already undergone this exercise.

 

Event Brochur and Registration Form

 

 
 

11 September 2019

RICS Greater Bay Area Conference - Responsibilities, challenges and opportunities amid increased cross-border integration

 
   

This event is organized by RICS and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

Challenges and opportunities of city integration as the new way forward

What makes the city cluster involved in the GBA unique? How will governments support the private sector? What about in the special economic zones, such as Qianhai, Nansha and Hengqin? How do we align vastly difference across borders? What role should RICS professionals play?

Key drivers of the region: Finance, technology and other emerging Industries

Cross-border integration will be achieved without industry development. There have been examples of companies that have benefitted tremendously from being part of GBA’s integration efforts... but how did they succeed? What are some ways that other aspiring companies or professionals can be part of this movement?

Build modern, comprehensive and connective infrastructure in the GBA

A rational layout, comprehensive functions and smooth connections is vital to provide a solid support for socio-economic development of GBA. How can we build, enhance and upgrade traditional infrastructure and the new mode of infrastructure by integrating the profession, applying new technology, adopting international standards and applying innovative approaches?

Sustainability and liveability concerns in GBA development

Environmental concerns are not simply a moral discussion — they are very much practical ones. Not only because of the threat of climate change and its impact on health, but also because the world’s economy and government policies will be increasingly based on our industry’s ability to make cities greener, smarter and healthier for all.

RICS Website for additional information

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2 - 5 September 2019

Technical Visit to Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology Fair and IBT facilities

 
   

This event is organized by AIIB and is supported by Messe Frankfurt.

Objective:

  • Meet with industry brands from upstream to downstream in the intelligent building and smart home ecosystem
  • See and experience new and innovative products and technologies of the industries
  • Connect with industry alliances and associations for networking opportunities
  • Learn the latest industry market intelligence via a series of seminar programmes
  • Have a glance of the technology evolution and changes in China

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Registration and Enquiry   : Mr Raymond Wan at 9011-6989

 

 
 

28 August 2019

Technical Seminar - Intelligent Buildings & Information Technologies

 
   

This Technical Seminar is organized by AIIB and is supported by various professional institutions and associations.

Progamme Highlight

As intelligent building technologies evolved over many years, the answer to the question, now, “What is an intelligent building” is going to change. The Internet of Things is expected to shape the intelligent building technologies of the future, creating buildings that are increasingly able to incorporate information from structures across town and around the world to help buildings to operate more efficiently, so repairs will become more predictive rather than reactive. In Hong Kong, there are so many expert and professional keep studying and investigate to enhance with develop the technologies related to intelligent buildings and information. AIIB had opportunities to invite various professional and technical experts to join with share some of the intelligent building and construction design technologies including Standardization of ISO BIM Technology, Computerized Lighting Control System, Utilizing Big Data to Perform Retro-commissioning (RCx) at Chiller Plant System and IoT Active Green Wall System.

Date                           : 28 August 2019 (Wednesday)
Time                          : 18:30 – 21:00
Venue                        : AIIB office, 1A Comfort Gardens, 60 King’s Road, North Point, Hong Kong (Fortress Hill Station exit A) 
Nos. of Participant    : Maximum 80 persons (seat reserved on first-come-first-served basis)
Fee                            : An administration fee of HK$80 will be charged for a 2.5 hours CPD e-certificate required.

Organized by:
Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings

Supporting Organization:
Building Services Operation and Maintenance Executives Society
Chartered Association of Building Engineers – Hong Kong Chapter
GHM Greater Bay Area Institute of Urban Architecture – Hong Kong
Hong Kong College of Technology
Institute of Safety & Health Practitioners
International Facility Management Association - Hong Kong Chapter
AEE Hong Kong Chapter
The Society of Operations Engineers (Hong Kong Region)

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8 August 2019

CPD Seminar - Common Hazardous Work Environment in Construction Site in Large-Scale and Complex Projects

 
   

This seminar is organized by ISHP and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date    : 08th August, 2019 (Thursday)
Time   : 19:00-21:00 (Registration starts at 18:45)
Venue : Room G5-314, Yeung Kin Man Acad Building, City University of Hong Kong

Highlights of the seminar:
There are countless locations within construction sites, sometimes may be unaware by site operatives, which hide certain hazardous spots that may trigger accidents, in particularly for those projects with huge working areas and involving operations in complicated build-environment. These can be fatal and required highly experience personnel other than just the safety people to handle in order to ensure absolute safety on site. Ir. Raymond Wong, the speaker of this seminar, will make use of huge amount of his pervious case-references to illustrate this kind of potential site situations. The case references he uses to illustrate will include buildings,
civil and other projects of extremely complicated work nature.

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2 - 3 August 2019

Training Seminar on GB/T 50378-2019 Assessment Standard for Green Building

 
   

As one of Supporting Units of the China Green Building (HK) Council, the following training seminars are recommended to AIIB Members:

Programme Highlight

新版 《綠色建築 評價標準 》( GB/T 50378 2019 簡稱 新標準將於 2019 年 8 月 1 日正式實施中國大陸所有建築將按照新標準的要求強制執行。 此次新標準有眾多調整,將 以人為本作為核心要求四節 一環保為基本約束去掉了設計標識增加了預評審的部分從原來的 3 個 評價 等級 變為了4個 ,增加了基本級等等。 各項 調整都將更好的推廣綠色發展理念 、提高 綠色建築質量,節約資源,滿足人們日益增長的美好 生活需要。
為響應國家對綠色建築的發展要求,讓中國綠色建築與節能香港 委員會(簡稱 香港 綠委會)會員第一 時間掌握新標準內容和技術及產業上的應用
香港 綠委會誠邀國家級資深專家及標準編委作為講師, 於 8 月 2 日至 3 日在香港舉辦為期兩天的 「 首屆 GB/T 503782019 新版《綠色建築 評價標準 》系列宣講課程 · 香港 站 」 更好的提升會員在香港及大灣區綠色建築快速發展中的競爭力,共同 推動實業與研究的蓬勃發展 。課程由國家級知名專家對新標準進行方向性解讀,將從標準發展、基本規範、安全耐久、健康舒適、生活便利、資源節約、環境宜居的章節內容全方位講解分享新標準的變化和應用為 提升研究技術及拓寬市場提供技術支持,為將來更好的推動創新領域研究和拓展中國大陸市場創造機遇和平台 。 完成此次 培訓的學員將會收穫新標準的發展與理念了解 最前沿的綠色建築發展趨勢與行業導向, 成為引領綠色建築發展的先鋒。
 

此次 培訓將計入中國綠色建築與節能(香港 委員會) 的持續教育課時 6 課時。

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23 July 2019

Hong Kong BIM Conference 2019 - BIM as an enabler of digital transformation in the built environment

 
   

This Conference is organized by RICS and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

Latest government policies :The government’s commitment to the “Construction 2.0” strategy is evident and BIM technologies are
adopted in major government capital works projects. Learn what the wider effects could be for the industry.

Application of BIM : Learning how developers and construction companies use BIM successfully, while also learning about the latest innovations in site/construction management across luxury housing, office building complex and public housing projects.
Latest developments in digitisation and building technologies intersections : Understanding the solutions available to drive efficiency and optimise your projects. Discover new offerings and how 5D BIM, UAV, GIS, 3D-mapping are coming together.
Buildinglife-cyclemanagement efficiency : How BIM helps plan, track and improve building life-cycle management for better quantifiable outcomes and building performances.

Date    : Tuesday 23 July 2019
Time   : 9am to 5pm
Venue  : Cordis, Hong Kong

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22 June 2019

CPD Technical Visit, OSH in Prefabricated Building Construction: Golik Prefabrication Yard

 
   

This Technical Visit is organized by ISHP, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date and Time : 22nd June, 2019 (Saturday), 9:30-11:30
Venue               : Golik Metal Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 3 Dai Shing Street, Tai Po Industrial Estate, Tai Po, N.T., Hong Kong

Highlights of the visit                                                                                                                                                                      Established in 1977, Golik Metal Manufacturing Co., Ltd has over thirty-five years of experience in serving the construction industry with its innovative products and engineered solutions. It operates one of the four approved steel reinforcing bar prefabrication yards in Hong Kong. The highly automated off-site rebar prefabrication yard not only helps improve productivity, but also construction safety. In this CPD visit, participants will see the prefabrication processes as well as the safety measurements in the prefabrication yard. Join us and learn more about prefabricated building construction.

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12 June 2019

Seminar on Health and Safety Risks associated with Temporary Works and Managing Risks

 
   

This Technical Seminar is organized by ISHP, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date   : 12th June, 2019 (Wednesday)
Time   : 19:00 – 20:30 (registration starts at 18:45)
Venue : to be advised


Highlights of the seminar                                                                                                                                                                    Temporary works (TW) cover every phase of the construction of projects. TW include falsework, formwork, temporary steel platforms, excavation and lateral support (ELS), earth berms and site hoardings. TW pose the biggest single risk in the construction industry and are always safety and project critical. Failure can lead to serious consequences including death, injury, loss of reputation, project failure, heavy penalties and even imprisonment. Despite these risks, TW remain the most under-engineered and the least understood aspect of construction procurement. TW are most often designed by permanent works designers who design for the “in-service” life of the TW and not necessarily for the installation and removal of TW or how TW affect the construction sequence. In this seminar, the speaker will address the challenges facing designers and contractors in both safety design and management strategies. Meanwhile, TW managements will be proposed for contractor implementations.

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4 - 7 June 2019

Technical Visit to International Photovoltaic Power Generation Exhibition, Industrial Exchange Tour (Shanghai, PRC)                         [國際太陽能光伏展覽會行業交流團 (中國上海)]

 
   

This event is organized by HKAEE and co-organized by AEE HK Chapter, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Programme Highlight

Continuous technology progress and rising demands for clean and sustainable energy have made solar energy a global trend. It has spread from Europe to the world, especially the Asian market led by China where we will see a massive expansion. Following the Feed-in-Tariff policy, a large number of PV systems at village houses, villas, schools, institutional and commercial buildings will be installed in the coming years. The Hong Kong Association of Energy Engineers (HKAEE) provides a tour to Shanghai, China for visiting the SNEC PV Power Expo as a window to in-depth understanding Solar PV most updated technology.

Expo official website: http://www.snec.org.cn

Date              : 4 - 7 June 2019 (Tuesday - Friday)

Visiting Site   : Shaghai, PRC
 

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3 June 2019

Technical Seminar on a novel and innovative systemfor inspecting corrosion occurred in buried and wall-covered building pipes

 
   

This Technical Seminar is co-organized by BSOMES and SEAM Lab of the CityU, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date       : 3 June 2019 (Monday)
Venue     : Lecture Theatre LT-17, 4th floor, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, City University of Hong Kong,                                                    Tat Chee Ave., Kowloon Tong
Time       : 19:00h – 20:30h; Registration starts at 18:30h


Programme Highlights
Pipeline is an essential infrastructure in any modern city for supplying and distributing water, natural gas, sewage wastes, chemicals etc., to various households and industries. A fatal rupture of pipe may cause huge economic loss and even human casualties. In a high-rise building, an external piping system, which is erected along the external walls of the building, is used to deliver gas and water to each household unit. The pipes enter kitchens and bathrooms through the building concrete wall. The section of pipes that are covered by the wall are prone to corrosion if there is water leaking into the wall. Corrosion occurs in this section is very difficult to be detected. Unfortunately, as of today, no effective system that is commercially available can detect pipe defects that are covered by concrete walls. A novel and non-destructive-testing-based inspection system called, Guided Wave (GW), has recently become popular because of its prominent capability in detecting defects occurred in buried or covered pipes. Unlike common ultrasonic inspection methods, which can only provide a short inspection distance and a tedious point-to point inspection process, GW has low energy attenuation that enables it to have a long inspection distance, covers the entire pipe area and sensitive to small defects. It only requires a single point located at a kitchen or bathroom to install the novel sensor so that it can be used to emit the desired GW and then receive the defect information. The current GW-based inspection system includes an innovative GW sensor designed by us, a compact and portable USB-based data acquisition box and a portable computer that has built-in virtual instruments designed by us to analysis the received GW signals. The results obtained from both laboratory experiments and field tests using real and in-service building pipes prove that the GW system is effective in detecting wall-covered corrosion. Even the inspected gas pipes have multiple coatings, the GW signal can penetrate through the coatings and enter into the main body of pipes so as to detect the extent of corrosion. This system can be applied to not only covered pipes, but also wall covered steel rods and strands. With the help from this innovative system, the physical extents of a pipe’s corroded area can be determined and then trigger an early warning for repair. The maintenance staff can then arrange proper remedy to avoid fatal breakdown.

 

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18 - 19 May 2019

Shenzen-Hong Kong Institute of Professional Management Association, Technical Visit to Zhuhai Helicopter Hangar

 
   

This event is organized by the Shenzen-Hong Kong Institute of Professional Management Association, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations:

Date                        : 18 to 19 May, 2019 (Saturday to Sunday)
Time                       : 14:00 to Next day 14:30 hours
Assembly               : 10:30 hrs at HK China Ferry Terminal 2/F (九龍尖沙咀中港碼頭2 樓) (Registration starts at 10:00 hours)
Transportation        : Shuttle Bus provided from Zhu Hai Jiu Zhou Ferry Port (珠海九洲港) to                                                                                                    Zhu Hai Helicopter Hangar. (珠海機場直升機機庫)
Admission Fee       : Member $2,300, Non-member $2,500.
Language                : Mandarin and Cantonese supplemented with English Terms.
CPD Hours             : 9 hours.
Planning Group      : K&L Projects Management Consultant Limited.
Contract Person      : Prof. Lam Kong Ngan Kenny / Ms.Elen Liu.
Contact Tel             : 852 - 6654 4268 or 86 – 131 6479 4284 / 852 - 9203 8717.
Contact Email        : hr.secretary.division@szhkipma.com
Payment Account  : Chong Hing Bank : 270-10-100394-3.(Planning Group Company)

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11 May 2019

Technical visit for Smart Energy Experience Centre by AIIB

 
   

This event is organized by AIIB and is supported by BSOMES, HKIE (EnvD) and SOE-HKR.

Smart Energy@Mong Kok, the latest revamped flagship store of CLP, is a transformed retail and service centre providing smart electricity services and promoting smart home living to customers. Smart Energy@Mong Kok is the first retail establishment in Hong Kong, offering customers a rare chance to personally experience and appreciate the benefits of a full range of smart home products and technologies. From intelligent building and stepping into smart home with all relative full range of high-end smart appliances, such as TV, washing machine, refrigerator, air conditioners, lighting, air purifier, etc. All of the appliances can be controlled with an iPad and mobile phone. The other high-tech products including smart mirror, under-the-floor-heating system, voice-control device, are also one of the featured in Smart Home Control Centre.

Smart Energy@Mong Kok, is a place of innovation that would elevate the user’ interactive experience in smark home living to a greater level.

Assembly location :   the Main entrance of Smart Energy Experience Centre, 188, Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mongkok, Kowloon                                      at 0900H on 11 May 2019 (Saturday).

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May - August 2019

IFMA Facility Management Professional™ (FMP®) Classroom Training by IFMA HK Chapter

 
   

This classroon training programme is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

IFMA’s Facility Management Professional (FMP) designation is a knowledge-based credential for FM professionals and industry suppliers looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the core FM topics deemed critical by employers. There are over 7,200 professionals worldwide who have FMP designation.

Who should become an FMP?

  • Facility management practitioners looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the foundational FM topics deemed critical by employers.

  • Individuals who are transitioning into the FM profession.

  • Related-industry practitioners such as architects, designers and safety engineers.

  • Facility-related product and service providers.

  • Students entering the profession from colleges, universities, certificate or technical programs.

  • LEED professionals seeking continuing education hours.

Programme Date

Leadership and Strategy         : May 9-10, 2019
Finance and Business             : June 21-22, 2019
Project Management              : July 12-13, 2019
Operations and Maintenance : August 9-10, 2019

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8 May 2019

Certified Facility Manager (CFM) Exam Preparatory Workshop

 
   

This one-day workshop is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations. The Workshop is designed to assist facility professionals seeking certification with preparation for the competency-based examination. It focuses on tools that can lead to success on the exam, techniques to perceive situations, and the importance of maintaining the right perspective.

Date        : Wednesday May 8, 2019 9:30am - 5:30pm
Venue      : Hongkong Land Training Center, Room 219B, Jardine House, 1 Connaught Place, Central
Fee           : HK$ 1,800 (IFMA Members / Corporate Partners/ Integrate 2019 Conference delegates)
                   HK$ 2,400 (Members of supporting organization)
                   HK$ 3,000 (Non-Members)

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5 - 6 May 2019

IFMA Facility Management Professional™ (FMP®) Qualified Instructor Train-the-Trainer Program

 
   

This Train-the-Trainer programme is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Topic        : IFMA Facility Management Professional™ (FMP®) Qualified Instructor Train-the-Trainer Program

Time         : 0900h - 1700h, May 05 and May 06, 2019

Venue       : Hongkong Land Training Center, Room 219A, Jardine House, 1 Connaught Place, Central

Contact     : registration@ifma.org.hk / 852-2512 0111

IFMA’s Facility Management Professional (FMP) designation is a knowledge-based credential for FM professionals and industry suppliers looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the core FM topics deemed critical by employers. There are over 7,200 professionals worldwide who have FMP designation.

IFMA Qualified Instructors play a critical role in the success of IFMA’s credentials program by facilitating the participant’s learning. IFMA is dedicated to providing Qualified Instructors with the best tools and resources to ensure success.

At the end of this course, instructor candidates will be able to:

  • Explain adult learning principles and the characteristics of adult learners

  • Identify their personal strengths and weaknesses in the 14 trainer competencies and 16 attributes of effective presenters.

  • Describe the benefits of using various training methods in adult learning programs.

  • Identify and practice key stand-up training skills. 

  • Demonstrate understanding of how to present course information in a clear, concise and engaging manner through a practice presentation.

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25 April 2019

Digital Infrastructure and Construction Summit 2019 coorganized by BSI, PCSG and HKU (Faculty of Architecture)

 
   

This event is organized by BSI, PCSG and HKU (Faculty of Architecture), and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

2019 is named as the BIM Year by Construction Industry Council (CIC), aiming to enhance awareness and encourage collaboration of industry on BIM adoption. In order to bolster BIM and Smart City development in Hong Kong, British Standards Institution (BSI), the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Hong Kong (HKUFoA) and Professional Construction Strategies Group (PCSG) will jointly hold the Digital Infrastructure and Construction Summit 2019.

Event Details
DATE                      : 25 April 2019 (Thursday)
TIME                      : 14:00 – 17:00 (Reception starts at 13:30)
VENUE                  : Wang Gungwu Theatre, Graduate House, The University of Hong Kong
ADMISSION         : Free
MEDIUM               : English

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13 April 2019

Shenzen-Hong Kong Institute of Professional Management Association, Factory Visit to Leoco (Dong Guan) Electronics Co Ltd

 
   

This event is organized by the Shenzen-Hong Kong Institute of Professional Management Association, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations:

Date                       : 13 April, 2016 (Saturday)
Time                      : 13:30 to 17:30 hours
Assembly              : 12:15 hrs at Near Shenzhen Qiaoshe Bus Terminal. ( 深圳侨社車站) (Registration starts at 12:00 hours)
Transportation       : Shuttle Bus provided from (深圳火車站大酒店-玉桂園) to Xiewu Village,Yuliangwei Management Area                                               
Qingxi Town,Dongguan City, Guangdong Province P.R.China. ( 東莞龍傑電子有限公司)
Admission Fee      : Member $480, Non-member $550.
Language              : Mandarin and Cantonese supplemented with English Terms.
CPD Hours           : 4 hours.
Planning Group    : K&L Projects Management Consultant Limited.
Contract Person    : Prof. Lam Kong Ngan Kenny / Ms.Elen Liu.
Contact Tel           : 852 - 6654 4268 or 86 – 131 6479 4284 / 852 - 9203 8717.
Contact Email       : hr.secretary.division@szhkipma.com
Payment Acct       : Chong Hing Bank : 270-10-100394-3.(Planning Group Company)

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1 April 2019

中國綠色建築與節能(香港)委員會 “綠色建築培訓香港特別行政區班”

 
   

As one of Supporting Units of the China Green Building (HK) Council, the following training seminars are recommended to AIIB Members:

GBL Manager(綠標經理)是由中國綠色建築與節能(香港)委員會(下簡稱:香港綠委會)對符合資格要求並通過“綠色建築培訓香港特別行政區班”考核人士頒發的專業認可證書。
當前,國家正大力發展綠色建築,並將綠色建築的推廣作為新時代可持續發展的重要內容。同時,國家對灣區發展的未來前景給予深切關注,香港作為粵港澳大灣區科技創新及經濟發展的帶頭城市,綠色建築的普及與推廣將順應國家長遠發展計劃,切實為香港的未來帶來不可估量的力量。
由於各省市地區的情況不同,此次培訓將以廣東省的標準作為培訓內容,結合熱帶亞熱帶區域的情況,讓每一位學員了解到目前《綠色建築評價標準》(GB/T 50378-2014)的內容以及《中國香港綠色建築評價技術細則》的基本知識點。同時,於2018年已完成粵港澳大灣區綠色建築標準協同研究合作意向書的簽署,極大的促進了未來香港綠色建築評價標識的發展。藉此機會,本次培訓將對2020版進行介紹。
獲得GBL Manager稱號的人士:1)掌握《綠色建築評價標準》(GB/T 50378)和《中國香港綠色建築評價技術細則》的有關要求;2)了解“綠色建築評價標識”申請流程;3)能夠協助業主完成香港綠色建築評價標識的申請,並在香港項目進行認證時能夠獲得加分;4)成為GBL香港評審專家的先決條件;5)成為香港認可GBL顧問公司(Authorized GBL Consultants)的先決條件。
獲得GBL Manager證書,不僅能夠推動建立香港本地的綠色建築專業人才庫,更好地推動GBL認證在香港的發展,更能夠協助香港本地綠色建築人才將其專業技術力量輸出到內地,甚至國外其他國家,以配合國家“一帶一路”的發展目標。

本次宣貫培訓班分兩個階段進行(若培訓時間及地點改動將及時通知所有已報名學員):
第一階段(培訓課程):2019年4月1日中;地點:香港科學園
第二階段(項目參觀):2019年4月中;地點:香港(具體參觀項目待定)
選修階段(新版標準):2019年4月1日;地點:香港科學園

 

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22 February 2019

亞洲智能建築學會2019新春聯歡晚會

 
   

一元復始,萬象更新。剛踏入豬年,恭祝大家新一年萬事如意,身體健康。為慶祝己亥年新春,敦睦情誼,亞洲智能建築學會謹定於2019年2月22日,在本會會址舉行新春聯歡晚會,誠邀所有會員及朋友參與,享用豐富茶點,共渡歡聚時光。屆時我們亦安排了一個"如何用手機影靚相"的專題講座,由講者與各位分享手機拍照心得和樂趣。歡迎各位會員携同親友踴躍出席!

活動詳情如下
日期        :  2019年2月22日
時間        : 晚上6:30分至9:30分
地點        :  香港北角英皇道58-60號康褔園1樓A室
費用        : 會員每位港幣50元正,非會員每位港幣60元正
截止日期 : 2019年2月20日
聯絡人    : 亞洲智能建築學會辦事處   
電話        : 2111 0835 魏小姐 或 9011 6989 溫先生
電郵地址 : activities@aiib.net


Method of Registration

 

 
 

30 April 2019

HKIE Environmental Division Annual Forum 2019 - Environmental Innovation: Opportunities and Chanllenges in Hong Kong

 
   

This event is organized by the HKIE Evironmental Division and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Introduction
Nowadays, technology is disrupting many areas of our lives, so it’s no surprise that it is also playing a significant role in our environmental protection. Many emerging technologies can be adopted to drive environmental innovation so as to tackle different environmental challenges. Indeed, environmental innovation can also bring in a sustainable green economy with immense business opportunities. As one of the most developed cities in the world, Hong Kong is planned to develop into a world‐class smart city. According to the Government’s Smart City Blueprint, “smart environment” is one of the 6 major areas in which innovation and technology will be embraced for a smart Hong Kong. Therefore, it is timely for HKIE Environmental Division to promote the discussion on how environmental innovation can be encouraged in Hong Kong. This forum would bring together various stakeholders including government, academics, research institutions, entrepreneurs and environmental startups to explore the opportunities and challenges in promoting environmental innovations in Hong Kong.


The forum comprises the keynote session and three other sessions: I) Overseas Experiences in Driving Environmental Innovation; II) Business Opportunities from Environmental Innovations; and III) Pitching of Environmental Technology Companies.

 

Detail information and registration form

 

 
 

12 January 2019

AIIB and peer organizations Joint Workshop, Proptech - Building Information Modelling

 
   


The workshop is jointly organized by Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings (AIIB), Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Environmental Division (HKIE-Env Div), International Facility Management Association (IFMA), and Society of Operations Engineers (SOE). Join us and share the insightful discussions with representatives from government offices and industrial leaders.

PropTech is coming and is about to disrupt the real estate industry. 2 years ago no one talked about PropTech. Yet, it is a new buzzword now. Business models are being reevaluated, consumers’ needs are evolving. Newcomers are able to dig deep and analyze these changes to offer better solutions and improved customer experiences. Change is real and inevitable. The key is to keep up to date and avoid denial. Starting from BIM at construction stage, application of enhanced data is developing and is bringing value and efficiency to asset management and daily operations throughout the lifecycle of the built environment.

Day and Time 

Saturday, January 12, 2019, 09:00 - 13:00

Venue

UT, 8/F United Centre, SCOPE Admiralty Learning Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Equiry

2512-0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

 

Detail information and registration

 

 
 

Nov - January 2018/19

HKIE Inter-Division Courses

 

 

 

A series of technical courses are co-organized by the Gas & Energy Division, Environmental Division and Mechanical, Marine, Naval Architecture & Chemical Division of HKIE, and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

The courses are designed to broaden knowledge of engineers pertaining to mechanical, environmental, gas and energy professions. They are very beneficial for young engineers and practitioners refreshing and acquiring knowledge in the technologies, design or operation in concerned fields. All guest speakers will share with audiences their practical knowledge and experience.

Session 1:     2, 7, 14, 19 November 2018 (Topic: Solid Waste Management)
Session 2:     28 November, 5, 12, 19 December 2018 (Topic: Energy Design and Reuse)
Session 3:     9, 16, 23, 30 January 2019 (Topic: Cooling and Chiller System)

Time:            18:30 - 20:30
Venue:          BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Registration Brochure

 

 

 

13 September 2018

AIIB 17th Anniversary Dinner

 

 

 

AIIB (Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings) invite all members to join the AIIB 17th Anniversary Dinner to be held on 13 September 2018 at

Time:          6:30pm - 10:30pm

Venue:        Grand Ballroom, Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, 64 Mody Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Programme Rundown / Registration Details

 

 

 

13 September 2018

CGBC(HK) Concourse - Green and Smart Buildings

 

 

 

This Event is organized by CGBC(HK) [China Green Building Council . HK] and is supported by AIIB as one of supporting orgainzations.  The technical talk will be given by Mr HO Thim Seng, Chairman of the Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings (Singapore Chapter)

Date   :   13 September 2018

Time   :   15:30h - 17:00h

Venue  :   CK Tse Room, CUHK [Map]   

Flyer                                                                                                                                                                                                           e-Registration

 

 

 

12 October 2018

IFMA's Guided Tour – The District Cooling System

 

 

 

The Event is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as being one of the supporting organizations.

Event Highlight

The District Cooling System (DCS) at Kai Tak Development (KTD) is a large scale centralized air-conditioning system. It utilizes sea water to produce chilled water at the central plants and distributes the chilled water to consumer buildings in the KTD through underground water piping network.

The cooling capacity of the DCS is about 284 megawatt of refrigeration (MWr) for serving the non-domestic air-conditioned floor area of about 1.73 million m2, equivalent to a cooling supply for 40 nos. of 30-storey high commercial buildings. Upon completion of the project, about 40 kilometres of underground chilled water pipes would have been laid and there would be around 50 buildings in KTD connected to the DCS.

DCS consumes 35% and 20% less electricity as compared to traditional air-cooled air-conditioning systems and individual water-cooled air-conditioning systems using cooling towers respectively. With its high energy efficiency, the implementation of DCS at KTD will achieve estimated annual saving of 85 million kilowatt-hour (kWh) in electricity consumption, with a corresponding reduction of 59,500 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per annum.

Topic:      IFMA's Guided Tour – The District Cooling System

Time:      Friday, October 12, 2018, 15:30 - 17:00

Venue:    Kai Tak District Cooling System

Contact:  2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

Event Details

 

 

 

Sept & Oct 2018

WELL Building Standard V2TM Training to be conducted by BEC Institute of Environmental Education

 

 

 

The CPD training courses are organized by BEC Institute of Environmental Education and are supported by AIIB as being one of the supporting organizations.

UNDERSTANDING THE WELL BUILDING STANDARD V2TM (Course Code: 86117)
28 September 2018 (9:30 to 11:30) - Flyer

Course Outline

The WELL Building Standard v2 TM (“WELL v2TM”) was launched by International WELL Building InstituteTM (“IWBITM”) recently. It is built with reference to over 1000 registered / certified WELL v1TM projects over 30 countries worldwide. In this training, Ms Victoria Gilbert – past Vice President at IWBITM, will introduce the participants to the WELL v2TM. The organisation and development of the WELL v2TM will be presented in the context of healthy buildings movement. Key public health research will be discussed to provide the basis for the ten WELL Concepts, and some research on the value of WELL will also be discussed in the conclusion.

ADVANCED TRAINING ON THE WELL BUILDING STANDARD V2TM (Course Code: 86118)
26 October 2018 (9:00 to 18:00) - Flyer

Course Outline

This full-day advanced training on the WELL Building Standard v2TM will be delivered by Ms Victoria Gilbert – past Vice President at IWBI. It will drive deeper into the standard, building on introductory presentations to examine key processes with WELL Certification and exploring WELL Concepts in depth. The process for developing Alternative Adherence Paths will be discussed in the context of a scenario, as well as procedures for seeking equivalencies, using Crosswalks, and developing innovations. Key public health research will provide a basis to consider each WELL Concept in depth, allowing for a greater discussion of how WELL Features address environmental concerns. Finally, preconditions will be presented in the context of a project scenario, and a breakout activity which will utilise expert groups and a project checklist will allow participants to consolidate their learning. 

 

 

 

Aug, Sept & Oct 2018

CPD Training on BREEAM to be conducted by BEC Institute of Environmental Education

 

 

 

The CPD training courses are organized by BEC Institute of Environmental Education and are supported by AIIB as being one of the supporting organizations.

BREEAM, owned by the BRE Trust, is one of the world's leading environmental assessment methods to assess new, existing buildings and community scale development. The BREEAM International adapts to different countries across the world including China. To support China’s commitment in achieving 50% of new buildings to be certifiedgreen by 2020 for carbon emission and energy use reduction, there are increasing number of BREEAM certified buildings

  • Introduction to BREEAM (3 August 2018) - Flyer

  • BREEAM International New Construction Assessor Training (19, 20 & 21 September 2018) - Flyer

  • BREEAM In-Use Assessor Training (11 & 12 October 2018) - Flyer

 

 

 

15 September 2018

IFMA Workshop - FM Compliance, Risk and Liability

 

 

 

This Event is orgnaized by IFMA and supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Outline

Topic:          IFMA Workshop - FM Compliance, Risk and Liability

Time:          Saturday, September 15, 2018, 09:00 - 13:00

Venue:        Room UT, 8/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, CityU SCOPE Admiralty Learning Centre

Contact:      2512-0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

Flyer

Details and Registration

 

 

 

13 - 14 September 2018

Energy Institute 6th International Conference - Meeting the challenges of energy transition through multi-disciplinary collaboration

 

 

 

This Event is organized by Energy Institute and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Objectives of the Conference, to explore: 

  • how the energy industry is adapting to embrace changes in energy use throughout society in terms of vision, policy and technology; 

  • how new technologies developed in our academic institutions are adopted in the energy industry;

  • how the industry is developing new technologies to meet the energy transition challenge;

  • how multi-disciplinary collaboration can facilitate transition of energy use in the industry and in society.

Target Audiences

Energy professionals, engineers, consultants, facility and property management professionals, government officials, policy makers, scientists, researchers and academics.

 

Flyer

eRegistration

 

 

 

7 September 2018

CPD Seminar: Energy Saving by Solar Hot Water System - System Installation, Planning and Application by HKIPD

 

 

 

This Event is orgnaized by Hong Kong Institution of Plumbing and Drainage Limited and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Seminar Details

Energy Saving by Solar Hot Water System- System Installation, Planning and Application
 

Speakers                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ir. Ben K.C. Yuen - Technical Director, WSP; Technical Advisor of HKIPD                                                                                              Ms. Kelly Mak – Associate, WSP
Mr. Simon Lo – Sales Team Director – IES (Hong Kong) Limited

Date                                                                                                                                                                                                                7th September 2018 (Friday)

Flyer and Registration
Completed Reply Slip with payment by cheque must be returned to HKIPDL before 31st August 2018

 

 

 

25 August 2018

IFMA Guided Tour, The Fire and Ambulance Services Education Centre cum Museum

 

 

 

This Event is orgnaized by IFMA and supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

The "Fire and Ambulance Services Education Center cum Museum" is located at the "Fire and Ambulance Services Academy" at Pak Shing Kok, Tseung Kwan O. The Education Center cum Museum has a four-story exhibition hall offering a range of interactive and multimedia information facilities and a number of different exhibition and experience areas. There are "Pat Heung Fire Services Training School", "Fire and Ambulance Appliances Exhibition Area" "World Fire-fighters Game Show", "Fire and Smoke Experience Area", "Ambulance Services Area", "Fire Safety Education Area", "Mobilizing and Communication Group Exhibition Area", "Historical Photo Corridor", "Lost and Memorial Area" and the "Uniform and Equipment Exhibition Area".

The Education Centre provides various interactive and multi-media information facilities where visitors can learn about fire prevention, evacuation and first-aid treatment. The Museum also displays the precious historical photographs, equipment and vehicles to allow you understand more about the history of the Hong Kong Fire Services Department.

DATE/TIME                                                                                                                                                                                            Saturday, 25 August, 2018 / 09:30 - 11:00

ASSEMBLY DETAILS                                                                                                                                                                          Exit A1,
MTR Tiu Keng Leng Station
(Shuttle Bus takes off at 9:00am. Late comers will not be accommodated)

Flyer and Registration

 

 

 

26 July 2018

IFMA Guided Tour – The Future of Work : WeWork - Wan Chai office

 

 

 

This Event is organized by IFMA and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

There will be more changes in workplace experience in the next 5 years than there has been in the last 50 years. The nature of work is changing. Recruitment, retention, innovation, and productivity now require not just coffee, but also yoga, not just printers, but also art installations.

Founded in 2010, WeWork is a global network of workspaces where companies and people grow together. They transform buildings into dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection. More than just the best place to work, though, this is a movement toward humanizing work.

Nearly 40,000 companies and more than 256,000 members are now based at WeWork, with member companies ranging from start-ups to household names including Dell, KPMG, GE, Microsoft, and Samsung. More than 70% of WeWork’s members collaborate with each other and its international locations serve as convenient bases for business travel, enabling a great degree of work flexibility for both multinationals and small-to-medium-sized businesses alike, as well as options for easy expansion into new markets.

DATE

Thursday, July 26, 2018
 

TIME

7:00pm – 8:00pm
 

ASSEMBLY DETAILS

6:50pm Lift Lobby of Mass Mutual Tower, 33 Lockhart Road Wanchai Hong Kong

 

Flyer and Registration

 

 

 

26 - 30 June 2018

APIGBA2018 Seoul Tour

 

 

 

 

APIGBA2018 Seoul Tour

To facilitate members of AIIB, the co-organizers and supporters participating in the APIGBA2018 event, we find great pleasure in organizing a delegation from Hong Kong to witness this joyful moment and to visit the intelligent green buildings in Seoul, one of the fast developing smart cities in Asia Pacific. 

Date                                    : 26 - 30 June 2018                                                                                                                                     Registration fees                 : About HK$8,000 per person (includes return air-ticket, hotel accommodation, and meals)                    Booking and Enquiries       : Contact Dr. Alex Hui (9382 9949) or Dr. Bonnie Lam (2276 8424) or by email to activities@aiib.net

Event Flyer                                                                                                                                                                                          

Report of Activity

 

About the APIGBA

The Asia Pacific Intelligent Green Building Alliance (APIGBA) (http://apigba.org/) was established on 24th April 2014.  It aimed to provide the intelligent green building technology/industry with an academic and technology exchange platform in the Asia Pacific region, with the objectives of promoting safety, health, convenience, comfort, energy efficiency, sustainable environment and facility management for people living in the region. At the moment, APIGBA’s region members include intelligent green building professional institutes from China Mainland, Hong Kong, Korea, Macau, Singapore, and Taiwan. In Hong Kong, AIIB is the representative.

The APIGBA2018

To inspire the innovative development of building projects and systems with the advancement of information and communication technologies, the APIGBA Excellent Intelligent Green Building Award is presented biennially.  Through these means, building and its associated industries in the region will move forward, commensurate with the counterparts worldwide. 

In 2016, Hong Kong projects have achieved exceptional accomplishment in various awards of the APIGBA2016.  The Forthcoming APIGBA2018 projects presentation and the final moderation will take place in Seoul, Korea on 27 and 28 June 2018.

 

 

 

23 June 2018

IFMA Guided Tour, WEEE.PARK

 

 

 

This event is organized by IFMA and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date                            : Saturday, 23 June, 2018

Time                           : 11:00am – 12:00noon

Assembly Details       : 9:30am Exit D, MTR Kowloon Tong Station (Shuttle Bus takes off at 9:30am)

CPD                           : 1 hour

Language                   : Cantonese

Enquiries                    : 2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk  / Flyer

Programme Highlight

WEEE·PARK is a state-of-the-art Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) treatment and recycling facility located on a 3-hectare site in EcoPark, Tuen Mun. It signifies Hong Kong Government’s commitment towards sustainable use of resources and provides an essential piece of infrastructure in support of the implementation of the Producer Responsibility Scheme (PRS) on WEEE (WPRS) to ensure proper recycling and disposal of regulated electrical equipment under the Scheme.


WEEE·PARK adopts German advanced technologies to turn air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, televisions and computer products, through a series of detoxification, dismantling and recycling processes, into valuable secondary raw materials, while exercising stringent control over hazardous components contained in WEEE. It also features a rainwater harvesting system, a solar water heating system, and green architectural elements designed to maximise use of natural lighting and ventilation. In addition, WEEE·PARK has a green coverage ratio of 30 percent, and is aiming to achieve the BEAM Plus Gold rating.


Content of the Tour:

  • Introduction of the facility and green feature inside the building

  • Introduction of REE (Regulated Electrical Equipment)

  • Introduction of REE (Regulated Electrical Equipment) Treatment Line

  • The influence of disposal of E-waste

 

 

 

 

8 - 13 June 2018

HKAEE Technical Visit 2018, Energy Engineering at Shenyang, Liaoning Province, PRC

 

 

 

This event is organized by HKAEE and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

To facilitate experience sharing and to promote development on energy engineering and related subjects between the Mainland and Hong Kong SAR, Hong Kong Association of Energy Engineers (HKAEE) and its co-organizing and supporting organizations are going to organize a six days technical visit to Shenyang, Liaoning Province, PRC. Participants will be given the opportunity to visit the sites and buildings with latest energy engineering application and meet the local institution or association for exchange of information of energy engineering.

Registration

Participant is limited to 25 persons and application will be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis. For those who are interested, please make prompt registration by completing the Registration Form downloadable from this website, and returning it to Ir Dr. Conson Yu by either email at consonkhyu@yahoo.com.hk or fax at 2890-2653 before 4 May 2018.

      - Flyer and Registration Form                                                                                                                                                                          - Itinerary in Chinese language

Enquiry

Please contact Ir Dr. K.L. Chan at 2807-4682.

 

 

 

18 May 2018

RICS HK Annual Conference, Establishing Hong Kong as the Nucleus of a thriving Greater Bay Area

 

 

 

This Conference is organized by RICS and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

Hong Kong is poised to become a key economic driver for the success of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA). As China’s most internationalised metropolis, Hong Kong has an irreplaceable role amongst the 11 GBA cities in building the Greater Bay Area, and strengthening the connection between China and the world. How can Hong Kong establish itself as the nucleus of the GBA? How can Hong Kong benefit from and contribute to GBA development?

The RICS Hong Kong Annual Conference 2018 gathers industry professionals and decision makers to analyse how Hong Kong can leverage its edge to steer GBA development. Expert-led panels will explore a possible blueprint for Hong Kong to capitalise on the vast potentials unleashed from future growth.

Date       : May 18, 2018 (Friday)

Time      : 09:00am - 17:00pm

Venue    : Grand Ballroom, Level 1, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai

 

Flyer/Registration

 

 

 

11 May 2018

Certified Facility Manager® (CFM) Exam Prep Workshop

 

 

 

This Workshop is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Programme Highlight

The Certified Facility Manager® (CFM) credential sets the industry standard for ensuring the knowledge and competence of practicing facility managers. IFMA's certification process is designed to assess competency in the field through work experience, education and the ability to pass a comprehensive exam that covers 11 competencies that make up the facility management body of knowledge. This one-day workshop is designed to assist facility professionals seeking certification with preparation for the competency-based examination. This workshop focuses on tools that can lead to success on the exam, techniques to perceive situations, and the importance of maintaining the right perspective. 

Date       : May 11, 2018 (Friday)

Time      : 09:30am - 17:30pm

Venue    : Room B, 219 of Jardine House

Contact  : 2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

Other details and eRegistration

 

 

 

10 May 2018

Integrate 2018 Facility Management Conference on "Driving Facility Management"

 

 

 

This Conference is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting orgainzations.

Date       : May 10, 2018 (Friday)

Time      : 09:00am - 18:00pm

Venue    : Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Contact  : 2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

Other details and eRegistration

 

 

 

9 - 11 May 2018

Build4Asia 2018, Asia’s Innovative Technology Showcase for the Building, Electrical Engineering and Security Industries

 

 

 

The Exibition is orgnaized by the UBM HKES and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organisations.

Show Dates       : 9 - 11 May 2018

Opening Hours  : 10:30 - 18:30 (17:00 on the last day)

Venue                 : Hall 1C-E, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Admission

This exhibition is strictly open to professional trade and business visitors only. The general public and any children under 18 would not be admitted. Qualified trade buyers can bring along their business card for onsite registration. The Organiser reserves the rights to verify the trade identity of pre-registrants and to refuse admission to any visitors deemed inappropriate.

 

Detail Information

 

 

 

30 April 2018

2018物業管理周, 優秀從業員選舉

 

 

 

Flyer, Detail Information and Registration

 

 

 

27 April 2018

“Developing Intelligent Resource Preservation Strategies for Hong Kong": Challenges for Innovation and Sustainability” 

 

 

 

This Forum is organized by the Environmental Division of HKIE and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

 Date         : 27 April 2018 (Friday)                                                                                                                                                      Venue      :  Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East, 3 Tong Tak Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong  

Programme Highlight

Global adverse environmental burden and drastic depletion of resources induced by intensive consumption, heavy pollution and climate changes have led to the identification of waste as a valuable resource that requires responsible and sustainable solutions for managing and recovering. Accordingly, the holistic concepts of “zero waste”, “circular economy”, “cradle-to-cradle”, “closed loops” and ‘’resource recovery’’ have emerged worldwide over the last decade as part of a cultural shift and a new way of thinking about the age-old problem of waste and the economic obsession with endless growth and consumption.

In Hong Kong, the Government, in collaboration with key stakeholders, is actively promoting the development of waste reduction and recovery with various initiatives and major environmental programmes and infrastructure investments, in particular, the waste-to-energy programme, and public consultation on the transfer of advanced technologies for waste recycling and recovery strategic plans. Regulations, incentives and funding supports with continuous professional skills improvement schemes are also being establishing to stimulate the development of resource preservation in Hong Kong against resource-intensive economy.

It is therefore timely for HKIE Environmental Division to promote the discussion on the intelligent resource preservation strategies in Hong Kong by bringing together various stakeholders. The main objective is to inspire, empower, and inform professional bodies, public and all stakeholders on emerging innovative waves in resource preservation intelligence, and to mobilize practical knowledge and know-how for dealing with cross-cutting and challenging issues. The forum comprises the keynote session and three other sessions: I) Legislation and Policy Reforms as Potential Drivers for Resource Preservation; II) Driving Green Alternatives for Sustainable Resource Management; and III) Embracing Emerging Sustainable Approaches for Managing Specific Resources. 

Registration Brochure

Post-event Message from Organizer:

Thank you once again for your kind support to be a supporting organization of the HKIE Environmental Division Annual Forum “Developing Intelligent Resource Preservation Strategies for Hong Kong: Challenges for Innovation and Sustainability”.  The forum was successfully held on 27 April 2018 and was well received with over 300 participants.  
 
I’m pleased to share with you the photos taken during the forum in the link below:
https://we.tl/sTFTGDVDkh 

 

 

 

 

24 March 2018

Joint Social Event, Spring Hiking 2018

 

 

 

The Event is organized jointly by AIIB and BSOMES and is supported by HKCT and HKIE (EVD).

Sok Kwu Wan is a bay on the east coast of Lamma Island, where our hiking starts and ends. The path is well maintained and is anticipated taking about 2.5 - 3 hours to complete. The level of difficulties is 2 - 2.5 (1=easiest & 5=hardest).  Started for some 20 minutes along the coast at Mo Tat Wan, an old fishing village, we will see some abandoned farm, houses and an old school. Continue with the route for another 40 minutes climbing up the hill at Ling Kok Shan, there is a pavilion on the right up where we can see a distribution of the striking rocks, forming a majestic view toward the south landscape.

Date                : 24 March 2018 (Saturday)                                                                                                                                                  Time               : 08:35H - 14:35H                                                                                                                                                                Admission      : free of charge

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17 March 2018

Seminar on "Creativity on basing the reality - Building homes at Plover Cove"

 

 

 

This Seminar is organized by AIIB and is supported by BSOMES, ChinaGBC(HK), HKCT, HKIE(EnvD), IFMA HK Chapter, and SOE.

Programme Highlight

Land Supply has been an important issue to Hong Kong housing. To solve the problem, Sr Frederick Lai the invited speaker has recommended using the land possibly recovered from Plover Cove for housing. It has an area of about 1,200 hectares. Based on a plot ratio of 2, it is estimated that the reclaimed land can provide 300,000 flats each of 650 sq ft., plus 65 million sq ft for non-domestic uses. The total land value can be up to $775 billion, assuming average land price at $3,000 per sq ft., and is considered sufficient to provide all infrastructures including rails, highways, cross-sea tunnel, and site formations. Participants can understand the idea of using Plover Cove to solve shortage of the land for housing purpose in this seminar.

The Speaker

Sr Frederick Lai Chiu-cheong CFM, MHKIS, RPS(QS), HKIQEP is the author of the Crude Model of the Proposed Plover Cove New Town Head of Facility Management Department of a major bank in Hong Kong.  Frederick likes hiking and has completed the Plover Cove Reservoir Country Trail several times. He started studying the possibility on making use of this huge piece of land for housing since November 2016. The idea was supported and endorsed by Professor Chau Kwong-wing of The University of Hong Kong in early 2017 and be named as an option of land supply during a press conference of HKU Ronald Coase Centre in July 2017 which has drawn massive media coverage.

Date                : 17 March 2018 (Saturday)                                                                                                                                                    Time               : 10:00H - 12:00H                                                                                                                                                                  Venue             : B5211, City University of Hong Kong                                                                                                                      Admission      : free of charge (Flyer/Registration) / eRegistration

 

 

 

10 March 2018

Guided Tour to The Future of Work - Move & Change Management

 

 

 

This Guided Tour is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting orgainzations.

Date       : March 10, 2018 (Saturday)

Time      : 09:00am - 11:30pm

Venue    : Alliance Bernste in Hong Kong, 39th Floor One Island East, Taikoo Place 18 Westlands Road, Quarry Bay

Contact  : 2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

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12 February 2018

Industrial Spotlight: Development of Plover Cove New Town

 

 

 

This talk is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting orgainzations.

Programme Highlight

The Plover Cove Reservoir has an area of about 1200 hectares. Based on a plot ratio of 2, it is estimated that the reclaimed land can provide 300,000 flats of 650 sq. ft., plus 65 million sq. ft. for non-domestic use. The total land value can be up to $775 billion, assuming average land price at $3,000 per sq. ft. This amount would be sufficient to build all the necessary rails, highways, cross-sea tunnel, as well as site formation works and infrastructure construction.

Unexpectedly, this proposal has led to a series of debate on water supply strategy in Hong Kong. Is transformation of the Plover Cove Reservoir fatal to water supply in HK? Speaker will go through the question from different angles in this industrial spotlight

Date       : February 12, 2018 (Monday)

Time      : 19:00 - 20:30

Venue    : UR8, 8/F, United Centre, SCOPE Admiralty, Learning Centre

Contact  : 2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk
 

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27 January 2018

Sustainability Workshop: Smart FM

 

 

 

This workshop is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting orgainzations.

Programme Highlight

Facility managers are in unique position to improve the sustainability operational performance of their portfolio. It is not only showing the commitment to addressing global warming but also enhancing the corporate image and improving the working environments. 

Representatives from Electrical and Mechanical Services Department have been invited to introduce to us Smart City in Hong Kong. Also hear the industrial leaders say on Power Up the Green and Smart City, sustainable CAFM Platform, Discerning Sustainable Technology, IoT monitoring and performance driven control of indoor air quality. There will also be updates on IFMA Awards and message from IFMA Environmental Stewardship, Utilities and Sustainability Strategic Advisory Group. Space is limited.  Book your seat online now to get involved, get informed and get inspired! 

Date          : January 27, 2018 (Saturday)

Time         : 09:00 - 12:30

Venue       : UT, 8/F United Centre, SCOPE Admiralty Learning Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Contact    : 2512-0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

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13 January 2018

Guided Tour to T ▪ PARK [源 ▪ 區]

 

 

 

This tour is organized by IFMA HK Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date           : 13 January 2018
Time          : 10:30am to 12:00pm

Assembly Details : 09:30am at Exit F, MTR Kowloon Tong Station
CPD                     : 1.5 hours
Language             : Cantonese

The T.PARK

T · PARK signifies the continuous drive to shape Hong Kong’s “waste-to-energy” ambitions for the good of the community.             

T · PARK officially opened in July 2016. It reflects a vision to encourage positive change in people’s attitudes and behaviors towards waste management and resource recovery and recycling. T · PARK is more than just a plant, but a place to learn and engage in Hong Kong’s green force through its recreational, educational and ecological facilities. “T” stands for "transformation", connoting our vision to embrace the concept of “turning waste to energy” and “driving changes in attitude and behavior towards a greener lifestyle”.

T · PARK is a unique sludge treatment facility combining advanced technologies of sludge incineration, power generation, seawater desalination and wastewater treatment in one selfsufficient complex. It has a maximum treatment capacity of 2,000 tons per day. The heat energy generated by the sludge incineration process at T-Park where is recovered and converted to electricity to run the facility itself, while up to 2 megawatts of surplus electricity can be exported to the power grid, enough to power up to 4,000 households.

T·PARK adopts a zerowastewater- discharge policy in which wastewater is treated and reused for irrigation, flushing and cleaning purposes. It houses a seawater desalination plant that produces fresh water for use on-site while rainwater is collected for non-potable use. In April 2016, T · PARK, together with Stage 2A of the Harbour Area Treatment Scheme, won the distinction award in the category of Wastewater Project of the Year at the Global Water Awards 2016. In addition, the architectural design of T · PARK has also been highly acclaimed and recognised by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and the Institution of Structural Engineers with the presentation of the Grand Award in this year's Structural Excellence Award.

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4 - 18 December 2017

Comprehensive Certificate Course for BEAM Plus on Water Use (WU) 2017

 

 

 

This course is organized jointly by BEC-IEE, ASHRAE-HKC, BEAM Society and CIPHE, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date           : 4, 6, 11, 13 and 18 December 2017
Time          : 7:00 to 9:30 pm
Venue        : BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong
Language  : Cantonese with English Terminology

Course Description
BEAM Plus is a comprehensive environmental assessment scheme for buildings of Hong Kong. Water Use (WU) is one of the key BEAM Plus performance categories covering water quality, water conservation and effluent discharges that improve utilisation and reduce effluent.

This course is designed for building and facility management professionals, project managers, engineers, the other professionals and practitioners who are interested in green building projects. All speakers are experienced and professional, the participants will acquire essential knowledge on WU.

This is a Mandatory CPD course for BEAM Pro and BEAM Affiliate and is also recognized for WSD Voluntary Continuing Professional Development Scheme for Licensed Plumbers.

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5 December 2017

Technical Seminar on New Development of Refrigerant & Refrigeration Safety Management

 

 

 

This seminar is organized by the ASHRAE Hong Kong Chapter and the BEAM, and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date      : 5 December 2017 (Tuesday)
Time      : 2:30pm - 5:30pm (Registration will start at 2:15pm)
Venue    : BEC Auditorium, G/F Jockey Club Environmental Building, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Session 1 ASHRAE Standard 15 & 34 – A Review and Update
ASHRAE’s key standards guiding refrigerant identification and usage have been revised to meet US governmental regulation and achieve improved performance. Standards 15 and 34 (2016 Edition) provide essential guidance to manufacturers, design engineers and operators who need to stay current with new air conditioning and refrigerating requirements.
Standard 34 (Designation and Safety Classification of Refrigerants) describes a shorthand way of naming refrigerants and assigns safety classifications based on toxicity and flammability data, while Standard 15 (Safety Standard for Refrigeration Systems) establishes procedures for operating equipment and systems when using those refrigerants. Standard 15 is one of ASHRAE’s oldest standards dating back to 1919. The purpose of Standard 15 is to specify safe design, construction, installation, and operation of refrigeration systems. All engineers that work with building mechanical systems should have a basic understanding of this Standard and for those engineers that work closely with refrigeration or chilling systems must have a deeper understanding of this standard and its requirements. This presentation will provide a review of Standard 15 and highlight recent changes to the standard. Common misapplications of the standard will be presented and discussed. In this session, the speaker also highlights the review and update of ASHRAE Standard 34.

Session 2 Next-gen Technology Development for Low-GWP Refrigerants
The recent amendment to Montreal Protocol incorporating the control of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) has given a clear message to the industry in transitioning to next gen refrigerants of low global warming potential (GWP). ASHRAE is committed to a leadership role in responding to and reducing building Climate Change footprints. In support of this commitment, ASHRAE continuously advances the HVAC&R field by performing R&D guides and standards for designing systems that minimize energy use and reduce emissions of high GWP refrigerants. Many common refrigerants with high GWP such as R404A, R410A and R134a started to see their successors, of which some options are still non-flammable but many become flammable. The HVAC&R industry has been actively developing next-gen technology around these new refrigerant options. This presentation will review the refrigerant applications in consideration of environmental, safety and energy performance.

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24 November 2017

Guided Tour to HK Electric Natural Gas-fired Generating Unit

 

 

 

This Guided-Tour is organized by IFMA HK Chapter, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date           : 24 November 2017
Time          : 09:30 am - 12:00 noon
Assembly  : Ap Lei Chau Pier

Event Highlight
Lamma Power Station was commissioned in 1982 and it generates electricity for customers in Hong Kong Island and Lamma Island. Developed in four stages, it has an installed capacity of 3,7373MW, which includes both coal-fired and gas-fired generating units.

As part of HKE's drive to reduce emissions, Lamma Power Station continued with efforts to increase the proportion of natural gas and cleaner fuels in its fuel mix. The first gas-fired combined cycle unit was commissioned in 2006 and over 30% of the company's power generation comes from natural gas.

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13 November 2017

Technical Seminar on Healthy HVAC System Design with Energy Efficiency Concerns

 

 

 

This seminar is organized by the ASHRAE Hong Kong Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date      : 13 November 2017 (Monday)
Time      : 7:00pm - 9:00pm (Registration will start at 6:30pm)
Venue    : FJ303, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon

Programme Highlight

Session 1 Integrating Indoor Air Quality and Energy Efficiency in Buildings
Buildings are one of the largest energy end use sectors in countries around the globe. Concerns for the availability of energy supplies and the impact of energy use on the environment are driving a worldwide focus on energy end use reduction. In this push for dramatic changes in the energy use intensity of the building sector, it is essential that the fundamental importance of indoor environmental quality, particularly indoor air quality, not be lost. This presentation addresses: 1) the significance of indoor air quality in terms of its impact on health and productivity and associated costs; 2) the inseparable linkage between indoor air quality and building energy demands, including examples of efficient technologies for maintaining good indoor air quality; and 3) the need for an approach to building research, design, and operation that recognizes this connection.

Session 2 HVAC and Airborne Infectious Diseases
Concern regarding the risk of hospital acquired infections and the effect of the built environment on epidemics of drug-resistant diseases is increasing. The well-educated designer and owner needs to understand the mechanisms by which infectious disease is transmitted indoors, the extent to which HVAC system characteristics affect probability of infection, available means for controlling risk with demonstrated effectiveness. These topics are presented and discussed using the ASHRAE Board of Directors-approved Position Document Airborne Infectious Diseases as a framework. Pertinent scientific knowledge about modes of disease transmission is reviewed, its practical implications for control are discussed, and the three HVAC-related control methods identified by the Position Document: ventilation, particulate filtration, and ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, are presented and compared. General recommendations for reducing risk are provided and knowledge gaps that need to be filled are identified.

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11 November 2017

Technical Visit for T ▪ PARK [源 ▪ 區]

 

 

 

This Technical Visit, T.PARK at 25 Nim Wan Road Tuen Mun,  is organized by AIIB, and is supported by HKCT, HKIE[EnvD], IFMA HK Chapter, and SOE HK Region.

Date                      : 11 November 2017 (Saturday)                                                                                                                                Time                      : 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm                                                                                                                                                  Transportation       : Coach will be arranged for pick up and return to MTR Kowloon Tong Station

Fee                        : HK$60 (for member) or HK$80 (for non-member)

CPD                       : CPD Certificate for 3-hour

Highlight

T▪ PARK, located at Tsang Tsui, Tuen Mun, is a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility adopting a technology known as “fluidized bed incineration” for treatment of sewage sludge collected from all major sewage treatment works in Hong Kong, with a maximum treatment capacity of 2,000 tons per day.  The final products of treatment are mainly inert ash and residues that have been reduced to 10% of the original sludge volume, hence greatly reduce the pressure on landfills. The “T” stands for "transformation", connoting our vision to embrace the concept of “turning waste to energy” and “driving changes in attitude and behavior towards a greener lifestyle”. It is a unique facility combining advanced technologies of sludge incineration, power generation, seawater desalination and wastewater treatment in one self-sufficient complex. It also features a variety of recreational, educational and ecological facilities together with a landscape area for enriching visitors’ experience.

T-PARK (Sludge Treatment Facility), Hong Kong’s first self-sustaining sludge treatment facility and one of the most technologically advanced facilities of its kind in the world. T-PARK comprises power generation, desalination, educational and ecological facilities to showcase the benefits of the waste-to-energy approach to waste management. T-Park officially opened in July 2016.

The heat energy generated by the sludge incineration process at T-Park where is recovered and converted to electricity to run the facility itself, while up to 2 megawatts of surplus electricity can be exported to the power grid, enough to power up to 4,000 households

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9 November 2017

Seminar on Creating Healthy Spaces: Rising up the Corporate Agenda

 

 

 

This Seminar is organized by IFMA HK Chapter, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organization.

Date          : 9 November 2017 (Thursday)
Time          :18:30 - 20:00h
Venue        : Herman Miller Living Office,Showroom, Hopewell Centre,183 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai
Contact      : 2512 0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk

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Programme highlight 

The Seminar will be hosted as an event around the rising importance of wellness in the workplace, and will be a good opportunity to share knowledge and learn from the creator of the WELL system as well as practitioners that are driving the standard.

Occupiers have an opportunity to improve the health of their people by improving the way buildings are designed and operated. Through initiatives such as the WELL Building Standard, value can be added to real estate assets, human health can be enhanced, general building operations can be improved, and the productivity agenda can be enhanced. The WELL Building Standard is the first market driven initiative which focuses exclusively on the health and wellness of people in buildings. WELL closes the gap between performance and compliance by evaluating and measuring the conditions in a building that impact human health.

As facility managers it is important to appreciate how the market is embracing WELL working environments and how to operate them in order to ensure occupiers continue to benefit from the hard earned accreditations.

 

 

 

2, 10 and 28           November 2017

BEAM Mandatory CPD, Intensive Training Series on Computational Modelling

 

 

 

This seminar is organized by the BEAM, and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Date       : 2, 10 and 28 November 2017
Time      : as refered to the Flyer
Venue    : InnoCentre or BEC at Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong as refered to the Flyer

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2 November 2017

Executive eCommerce & FinTech Conference

 

 

 

This conference is organized by Lingnan University and Smart City Consortium jointly, and is supported by AIIB as one of the Supporting Organizations.

Date                : 2 November 2017 (Thursday)                                                                                                                                          Time                : 09:00 - 17:15H                                                                                                                                                                Admission       : Free of charge

Venue              : Zero Carbon Building, 8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay (Opposite of MegaBox)                                                          

Highlight

In light of the fierce competition in the global economic arena, Hong Kong is now making a move as a dominant location for Financial Technology (Fintech) in Asia to uphold his prevailing competitive edge. It includes the openness of new financial market and adoption of emerging technologies in the financial market to nurture new industrial players and international investors.
 
Equally important, an eco-friendly regulatory and policy framework to support future digital economy are also of paramount to cultivate private and public partnership to visualize Hong Kong long-term sustainability and competitiveness.

 

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23 September 2017

Sustainability Workshop

 

 

 

This seminar is organized by the IFMA Hong Kong Chapter and is supported by AIIB as one of the supporting organizations.

Facility managers are in unique position to improve the sustainability operational performance of facilities. It is not only showing the commitment to addressing global warming but also enhancing the corporate image and improving the working environments.

Representative from Electrical and Mechanical Services Department are invited to share with audiences on Technical Guidelines on Retro Commissioning, demand respond program and smart enterprise solution, smart lighting and IFMA’s Sustainability Facility Professional®.

Space is limited.  Book your seat online now to get involved, get informed and get inspired!

Date/Time:
September 23, 2017 (Saturday) / 09:00 - 12:30

Venue:
UR8, 8/F United Centre, SCOPE Admiralty Learning Centre, 95 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Enquiry and registration:
2512-0111 / registration@ifma.org.hk / online

 

 

 

21 September 2017

International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Structures and Facilities (ISSF2017)

 

 

 

Smart City is generally defined as an urban development vision to better manage the city and optimize the resources through the integration of information and communication technology (ICT) in a secure fashion by converging Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Services (IoS) and Internet of People (IoP). To accompany Smart City development, intelligent industry of various technical aspects is derived.

The ISSF2017 Conference, with the main theme Intelligent Industry for Smart City / Intelligent Green Building, is organized jointly by APIGBA (Asia Pacific Intelligent Green Building Alliance) and AIIB (Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings), and supported by various academic, professional and trade organizations.  The Conference is considered an important meeting place for academics, engineers and professionals to exchange knowledge and technologies, and will of course, provide you with a platform to share your expertise, experiences and research outputs with other participants joining from the academies, industry and the government of local and overseas.

Papers being called including Advanced accident and incident management system, Building Information Model and the related topics, Facility management and maintenance through big data, Integrated control for public transportation, Intelligent green building technologies, Intelligent outpatient and hospital service, Predictive traffic control, and Other topics related to intelligent industry for smart city.

Date          : 21 September 2017 (Thursday)

Time         : 08:30 – 13:00 (morning session covering papers from APIGBA Award winners)                                                                                      : 13:00 – 14:15 (lunch)                                                                                                                                                                                    : 14:15 – 17:30 (afternoon session covering Intelligent Industry for Smart City papers)                                                                                : 18:00 – 22:00 (AIIB 16th Anniversary and APIGBA Dinner)

Venue       : Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel, 64 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Language : Billingual (Cantonese/English)

CPD         : The symposium is designed for 6 CPD hours for full day attendance, and 3 hours for half day

Registration
Detailed information are given in the attached Flyer where the e-Registration is provided.

Presented papers are downloadable from this website.

 

 

 

28 September 2017

Technical Seminar on Ventilation – from Neighbourhood to Indoors

 

 

 

This seminar is organized jointly by ASHRAE Hong Kong Chapter and BEAM Society, and is supported by AIIB.

Background

BEAM Plus Neighbourhood that launched in December 2016, is designed to assess project performance of a development project and help project owners to incorporate a broader framework of urban sustainability principles at the early planning stage for subsequent project implementation. In this assessment tool, outdoor environmental quality is concerned to safeguard the health, comfort or well-being of general public, as well as aspects of performance that improve quality and functionality. Good planning on neighbourhood and building ventilation can reduce the potential increase in urban heat island effect and provide sufficient quality of outdoor air provision for indoor built environment. On the other hand, energy reduction and sufficient ventilation for indoor environmental quality are also concerned in other BEAM assessment tools (New Buildings, Existing Buildings & Interiors). In this technical seminar, two speakers will share their experiences on building and city ventilation in Hong Kong as well as more energy efficient and healthier approach to demand control ventilation.

Date    : 28 September 2017 (Thursday)
Time    : 9:30am - 12:30pm (Registration will start at 9:15am)
Venue  : Chamber 1b, Innocentre, 72 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong

3 Mandatory CPD hours for BEAM Pro / BEAM Affiliate

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4, 11, 18 & 25    September 2017

Certificate Course on Novel Technologies for Chillers

 

 

 

The certificate course is organized jointly by the Building Services Division, Environmental Division and Mechanical, Marine, Naval Architecture & Chemical Division of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.  AIIB is one of the Supporting Organizations.  The Course is designed to broaden knowledge of engineers in relation of chiller system and is useful for young engineers and practitioners to refresh and acquire knowledge in the technologies, design, operation and maintenance of chiller system. The guest speakers will also share with you some practical knowledge and experience.

Date:             4, 11, 18 & 25 September 2017
Time:            18:30-20:30
Venue:          Class Rm. 1-3, InnoCentre, 72 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Language:    Cantonese with English Terminology

CPD:             CPD Certificate will be presented upon completion of the course

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23 June 2017

Condition Monitoring Symposium

 

 

 

Jointly organized by AIIB and CGB(HK)Council, and supported by BSOMES, HKCT, IFMA and SOE(HKR), this free event will provide a CPD of 3 hours.  Academia and professionals are invited to share their findings on Waves in Condition Monitoring, Simplifying Predictive Maintenance, IoT in Construction Safety and Quality Monitoring, Landslides Monitoring Technologies Overview, Condition Monitoring for Mobility, and Structural Health Monitoring.

Date              : 23 June 2017 (Friday)

Time             : 09:00H - 12:30H

Venue           : Lecture Theatre LT3, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Language     : English

Registration : please email leungaiib@gmail.com giving your name, contact email/telephone,                                                                                          company, title, professional organization and membership

Addtional information are provided in the event flyer.

 

 

 

17 June 2017

Technical Visit, Water Management Technology and Environmental Solution

 

 

 

Global warming is not cool! Waste management is something that the professionals in the building construction industry have to recognize.

Organized by AIIB and supported by BSOMES, HKCT, HKIE(EVD), IFMA(HK Chapter) and SOE(HK Region), this is a technical visit to Dunwell Enviro-tech (Hlds) Ltd in Yuen Long Industrial Estate. Dunwell’s business covers used oil and solvent re-refinery, manufacturing, trading and marketing of lubricants, environmental-related technologies, precision metal components, industrial equipment, lubricating oil analysis services, and specialty chemicals. With its site area of about 100,000 sq. ft., it was once the world's largest manufacturer in metal component parts for the magnetic media industry. Today, this is still the largest independent waste oil treatment and disposal plant in Hong Kong and Asia. Dunwell is also the first company accredited by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers to train professional Scheme "A" environmental engineers amongst other engineering disciplines.

Date          : 17 June 2017 (Saturday)

Time         : 08:45H - 12:00H (Assemble at Exit D of Kowloon Tong MTR Station, coach will be arranged for pick up and return)

Venue       : Dunwell Enviro-tech (Hlds) Ltd., 8 Wang Lee Street, Yuen Long Industrial Estate, NT, Hong Kong

Language : Cantonese

CPD         : This event is designed for 3 CPD hours

Detailed information are given in the Flyer where the Application Form is provided

 

 

 

17 June 2017

SOEHK Annual Symposium 2017, Building a Sustainable Future - Managing Challenges Through Innovation

 

 

 

This symposium is jointly organized by The Society of Operations Engineers (Hong Kong Region)  and is co-organized by The Institution of Environmentalists.  AIIB is one of the Supporting Organizations.

The main theme of this symposium is to provide a platform for business leaders and professionals to share their views, knowledge and experiences in deploying innovative approaches to meet the challenges of building a sustainable future for a better Hong Kong.

Date          : 17 June 2017 (Saturday)

Time         : 08:45H - 12:30H (morning session) and 14:00H - 17:15H (afternoon session)

Venue       : Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Language : Billingual (Cantonese/English)

CPD         : The symposium is designed for 6 CPD hours for full day attendance, and 3 hours for half day

Detailed information are available in the Flyer and the Application Form of the Symposium

 

 

 

10 June 2017

Technical Seminar on "The Headway of Consideration for Green Roofing Systems in Hong Kong"

 

 

 

This seminar is organized by AIIB, and is supported by BSOMES, CGBC(HK), HKCT, HKIE(EVD), IFMA(HK Chapter) and SOE(HK Region) for Members of AIIB and the Supporting Organizations, and all who are interested in Green Roofing.

This is a follow-up session on the "Current Practices of Green Roofing in Hong Kong" seminar held on 22 June 2016.  After reviewed the green roof design, safety, structure, system and application procedures of its constrction and management in Hong Kong, professionals from academies and industry professionals will be invited to share the most up-to-date information and the headway of consideration with a review on the application of green roof systems in Hong Kong nowadays.

Date          : 10 June 2017 (Saturday)

Time         : 09:00 H - 12:30 H

Venue       : Room G4302, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Language : Cantonese

CPD         : The seminar is designed for 3 CPD hours

Registration
Detailed information are given in the attached Flyer, where the Registration Form is provided.

 

 

 

7 June 2017

Joint Technical Seminar on “High Performance Building Design & LEED Implementation”

 

 

 

This technical seminar is jointly organized by ASHRAE-HKC, Platinum and The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.  AIIB is one of the Supporting Organizations.

The seminar consists of three (3) sessions:

Session 1 International Energy Efficiency Standards and Guidelines
This session provides an overview of the development of energy efficiency standards and guidelines in the U.S., Canada, Europe and other regions of the world. 
Session 2 High Performance Building Design                                                                                                                                         This session provides an overview of how building systems have evolved to meet the demands for green building design and where we are headed in the future in this arena.
Session 3 LEED Implementation on High Performance Building Design
This session provides an overview of the current development of LEED and updates on LEED version 4.

Date          : 7 June 2017 (Wednesday)

Time         : 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (registration will start at 6:00 pm)

Venue       : FJ302, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Language : English

CPD         : The seminar is designed for 3 CPD hours

Registration & Enquiry
Open to all interested persons, but priority will be given to members of organizers. Number of participants is limited
to 100 persons and prior registration is required. For registration, please complete Registration Form in the
following "On-Line Registration Link". The deadline of application is on 3 June 2017.

 

 

 

5, 10, 19, 24 and               26 April 2017

Comprehensive CPD Certificate Course on BEAM Plus, Site Aspects (SA)

 

 

 

This course is jointly organized by ASHRAE-HKC, BEAM Society Limited and Business Environment Council Institute of Environmental Education.  AIIB is one of the Supporting Organizations.

BEAM Plus is a comprehensive environmental assessment scheme for buildings of Hong Kong. Site Aspects (SA) is one of the key BEAM Plus performance categories covering the land used and its location with respect to local transport and amenities, planning and design for the site to take account of both beneficial and negative impacts on neighbours and the development itself, mitigation of ecological impacts and emissions from the site over the building's lifetime, and aspects of site management.

This course is designed for building and facility management professionals, project managers, architects, engineers, landscape  designers, the other professionals and practitioners who are interested in green building projects. All speakers are experienced and professional, the participants will acquire essential knowledge on SA .

This is also a Mandatory CPD course for BEAM Pro and BEAM Affiliate to enrich their knowledge in enrich their knowledge in BEAM Plus submission requirements, tips and tricks.

Date    : 5, 10, 19, 24, and 26 April 2017

Time    : 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Venue   : BEC Auditorium, G/F, 77 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

Detailed information are available in the Flyer and Application Form of the course.

 

 

 

27 April 2017

The HKIE Environmental Division Annual Forum 2017  -  “Paradigm Shift: Emergence of Environmental Management and Engineering in the Development of Hong Kong into a World City”

 

 

 

The Forum is organized by the HKIE Environmental Devision; AIIB is one of the Supporting Organizations. The forum comprises the keynote session and three other sessions: 1) Evolving Role of Environmental Professionals in Urban, Public Projects, Strategic Plans and Good Governance; 2) Engineering and Managing Adaptive Sustainable Responses for Managing Hong Kong’s Bio‐Capacity: Challenges and Opportunities; and 3) Potential Contribution of Environmental Leaders to Hong Kong’s Economic Diversification and Sustainable Growth.

The forum will bring together professional engineers, professionals, experts, academics and industry stakeholders to share their knowledge, experiences and insights on the subjects to be covered by the Annual Environmental Forum.

Date              : 27 April 2017 (Thursday)

Time             : 09:00am - 17:00pm

Venue           : Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East, 3 Tong Tak Street, Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong

Language     : English

Additional information and registration detail are available on the Flyer (with enrolment form annexed).

 

 
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