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The ICE HKA has recently introduced two new initiatives to promote knowledge exchange. They are Technical Report Prize and ICE HKA sponsorship for attending international or regional conferences.
Our Hong Kong branch organises and supports awards which showcase the outstanding achievements of ICE members.
This Prize is awarded to members who prepare reports of a high standard on a designated technical meeting, conference/seminar, breakfast forum, or site visit organised by the ICE HKA.
Student and graduate members as well as other members who attained their professional status within five years before the event are eligible to enter.
Winners will be given a book prize of HK$500, or granted free attendance at the ICE HKA Annual Conference or Annual Dinner.
For more information, please refer to the Technical Report Prize Rules.
The establishment of the ICE HKA sponsorship for members who attend international or regional conferences on topics within the realm of civil engineering. The purpose of the sponsorship is to encourage Hong Kong-based ICE members to participate in these events in order to broaden their knowledge and learn from experience in local or overseas projects.
Student and graduate members as well as other members who attained their professional status within five years before the event are eligible to apply. Successful applicants will be awarded up to 100% of the cost of conference attendance, excluding travel and accommodation expenses.
Please refer to the Information Pack for more details.
Download the ICE HKA Conference Sponsorship application form.
The Conference Report of first sponsored applicant
The Hong Kong Association Graduates and Students Emerging Engineers Award promotes and awards excellence in communication of civil engineering ideas, research and best practice on projects and design.
Applicants compete for prizes in the Hong Kong regional final and winner may be shortlisted for the Emerging Engineers global final in the UK for a cash prize and medal.
The competition is open to all graduate and student members of ICE resident in Hong Kong.
The submission period for entries opens on 18 July 2017 and closes on 22 September 2017
Papers must be submitted electronically in A4 pdf format together with a scanned copy of the signed entry form to email@example.com using the subject line ICE HKA G&S ICE 200 Emerging Engineers Award Submission
Download entry form
Shortlisted candidates will be allocated a total time of 20 minutes; 10 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion. The presentation will emphasise the key features and approaches to your topic.
For further information, we have prepared a fact sheet explaining the award. Alternatively you can contact Mr Tom Chan on:
t: +852 6177 4372
Download fact sheet
The winners of the Emerging Engineers Award 2017 are as follows:
The Emerging Engineers Award culminates in a national competition. 3 winners from across the UK are selected to take part in the final, held at our headquarters in London.
The selected finalists each present their papers, with the overall winner receiving a cash prize and the prestigious Institution Medal.
Find out more about the final
This is the second year for Communications Competition to be held in Hong Kong for young ICE members. It aims at nurturing the young members by developing their skills and techniques for public consultation and preparing them to excel in this increasingly demanding society.
Teams choose from a selection of engineering scenarios and then:
You can find out more in the Information Package.
Application deadline: 5 December 2016 (Monday)
Submission Deadline of printed deliverable: 26 January 2017 (Thursday)
Final Competition (Mock public consultation meeting): 11 February 2017 (Saturday)
Register for the Communications Competition 2016/17
*You may register online for student membership for free and graduate membership. Application to the competition is valid as long as the membership registration is submitted on or before 26 January 2017. Should you have any enquiry on membership, please feel free to contact Regional support team on +852 3153 4181 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
**In case of overwhelming response, shortlisting mechanism will be introduced and notified to successful applicants.
Please feel free to contact Miss Elaine Lam (on +852 6081 4511) or Mr Anthony Leung (on +852 9615 2285) or via email at email@example.com for any enquiry. ICE HKA G&S reserves all rights of the competition except the result of judgement.
Model Building Competition is an annual competition for undergraduates in all academic institutes that provide civil engineering and related programmes.
The main objective of this competition is to encourage students to utilise their engineering knowledge from books and lectures to design and build a small civil engineering model. Students will be recognised for their ability to apply knowledge into practical use with creativity. The competition also allows student to polish their presentation skills as they will be given a chance to present their engineering justification of the built model.
The theme of the Competition this year is tower crane.
Conditions of Entry
The project specifications, rules and judging criteria will be made available after event registration. The Competition consists of three parts: Model building, Testing and Presentation.
Model Building: Teams are given strictly THREE hours to complete a model according to specifications of the Competition with materials and tools provided by the organising committee only. Penalties apply if overtime is observed.
Testing: The model will be tested based on the project specifications. The assessment of the structural performance includes both physical properties (i.e. dimensions, self-weight) and structural integrity/efficiency (i.e. performance on loadings). All tests will be performed by helpers under the witness of judges.
Presentation: Teams are given five minutes to illustrate their engineering justification of the model in English. Penalties apply if overtime is observed.
The cash prize will be awarded to
Prize and certificates for winner, first runner-up team, second runner-up and best presentation teams will be presented in G&S Annual General Meeting
For more information, please contact:
Mr Howard Kwok
t: +852 6373 2539
ICE HKA G&S reserves all rights of the competition except the result of judgement.
Application Deadline: 7 January 2017 (Saturday)
Date of Competition: 21 January 2017 (Saturday)
Download award flyer
This is a first-of-its-kind civil engineering themed board game. Participants can join the competition either individually or in a team of not more than eight persons. The activity comprises four stages, namely a Briefing Session (Mar 2017), first round competition (2 Sept 2017), final round competition (Nov/Dec 2017) and presentation/demonstration of the winning board game at Launching of ICE 200 Activity Series (Jun 2018).
Simulating the Civil Engineering World and Earn a Prize!
To tie in with "ICE 200: Civil Engineers Transform Your Life", ICE HKA is organising a Board Game Design Competition for civil engineering students, secondary school students and the general public. Entry teams will design a board game which simulates the civil engineering world in an exciting and informative way. Winning board games will be produced as a souvenir, or publicity/outreach merchandise, or a charity product for ICE 200.
The Briefing Session is designed to enhance target participants' interests and understanding of the civil engineering world, as well as their knowledge in board games such that they would find integration and synergy between the two subjects. Details are as follows:-
Videos of the briefing session have been uploaded to our facebook page.
Participants must submit their applications and entries by 31 July 2017 to ICE Hong Kong, Room 1606, 16/F Dominion Centre, 43-59 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong.
The first round of competition will be held 2 September 2017. Participants are required to give a 15-minute presentation on the design of their entries. Each team selected to be a finalist will receive HK$2,000 cash prize, which may be used to produce game prototype and rulebook for the final round of competition.
The final round of competition will be held in November/December 2017 (TBC) in the form of game demonstration. Participants are required to prepare game prototypes and rulebooks for introducing their games to and teaching the judges to play. The game demonstration by each team should not exceed 45 minutes, including presentation of game design and rules.
The champion will receive a cash prize of HK$20,000. The 1st runner-up will receive a cash prize of HK$10,000. The 2nd runner-up will receive a cash prize of HK$5,000.
The winning games may become a souvenir for ICE bicentennial celebration.
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31 July 2017 - Application deadline (deadline extended)
2 September 2017 - First Round
Nov/Dec 2017 - (tentative) Final Round
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