Evening Seminar: Global Construction 2030 - A Global Forecast for the Construction Industry to 2030, Hong Kong

13 February, 2017 | 19:00 - 20:30

Venue address:

HKPC Building
Lecture Theatre 1
78 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon
Hong Kong
A deeper look into the future economy.
A deeper look into the future economy.

About this event

Despite the powerhouse economies of Asia slowing, rising and dynamic populations as well as rapid urbanisation across developing nations is driving demand for infrastructure and housing, as well as commercial, industrial and other buildings.

Global Construction 2030 is a global forecast for the construction industry to 2030, published by Global Construction Perspectives and Oxford Economics, and sponsored by CIOB.

This talk will examine the health of the global economy, the key drivers for growth for construction globally and the forecasts for key developed and emerging construction markets around the world.

*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.

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To book your place, simply click the 'book now' button below and follow the onscreen instructions. If you experience any issues, please contact the event administrator: crystal.fung@icehk.org.hk.

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Speaker

Vincent Connor

Vincent Connor

Vincent Connor is a legal adviser to the Infrastructure sector and specialises in construction and engineering law.

Vincent is a solicitor advocate, having been granted higher rights of audience in respect of civil proceedings in Hong Kong and is therefore able to appear in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal. He is known and rated highly for his advocacy skills in arbitration, litigation, adjudication and ADR.

He is described by the Asia-Pacific Legal 500 as having "a top reputation" in Construction Law; is included in the top tier of Leading Individuals in Hong Kong for Construction Law in Chambers' Client's Guide in which he is said to impress clients by "thinking of solutions rather than just giving advice”; and is both described as a "superb strategist when it comes to advising clients throughout construction projects" and noted as Hong Kong's "Most Highly Regarded Individual" in Construction Law in the Who's Who Legal, the independent legal research guide.

Vincent is Chairman of the International Infrastructure Forum of The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

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