Evening Seminar - Digital Built Hong Kong with BIM and ICT, Hong Kong

15 March, 2017 | 19:00 - 20:30

Builing our cities digitally.
Builing our cities digitally.

About this event

Digital workflow or transaction is a norm of many sectors using ICT with various new media and devices except the construction industry.

Following the UK Government target of achieving BIM maturity level 2 by 2016, some innovative contractors have achieved digital construction. The project at 66 Queen's Square, Bristol is a good example of BIM-based paperless construction. Digital Built Britain or BIM Maturity Level 3 is just one step further. What can we do in Hong Kong to catch the digital train? By looking into the key elements of BIM, the Speaker will suggest ways to make Digital Built Hong Kong possible.

Capacity: 100

*Registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis and priority will be given to ICE members
*Only successful applicants will receive confirmation e-mail and be given attendance certificates.

Adverse weather arrangement

The seminar will be cancelled in case of Black Rainstorm Alert or above; or Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above being in force by the Hong Kong Observatory at or after 4:00 p.m.

Speaker

Mr C K Ng

Mr. Ng is a Civil and Information Engineer, Utility Specialist and BIM Consultant. After graduation from the University of Hong Kong in 1980, Mr. Ng started his engineering career with various engineering departments of the SAR of the Hong Kong Government. He obtained an MSc in Geo-information Systems from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with Distinction in 1998. He developed a drainage model called Lollipop model which treats each manhole and its outlet pipe as one single unit. Differing from traditional Node and Link model, it is a Node+Link model. He is a member of ICE and HKIE(Civil/IT) and is the Chairman of BIM for Infrastructure Discipline of the Hong Kong Institute of Utility Specialists.

Being a BIM Consultant, Mr Ng specializes in BIM Management, Contract Form, Project Co-ordination Structure and Information Exchange Protocol.

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