- 25 November 2023
- 09:30 - 12:30 HKT (GMT+8)
Hilti customer experience centre Unit B, Ground Floor, Yau Tak Industrial Building 10 Tin Hau Road, Tuen Mun Hong Kong
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Demolition of concrete structures are the bread and butter of additional and alteration works. Often when a new facility is designed to share the same footprint as an existing structure, demolition works are almost imperative to make space.
In this workshop, representatives from Hilti (Hong Kong) Limited will be introducing advanced digital tools for ensuring health and safety during demolition works, as well as the use of diamond wire saws for taking down structural concrete near noise sensitive receivers. This is the golden chance to learn from the global supplier what’s the best match for your next project.
- Capacity: 30
- Registration deadline: 20 November 2023 (Monday)
To book your place, simply click the ‘Book now’ button below and follow the onscreen instructions.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
- Participants shall wear closed toe shoes and be appropriately dressed for light physical work. Attendees who fail to comply with the above requirements may be denied participation in the workshop demonstrations.
- Participants are advised to wear safety boots and bring along a pair of nitrile gloves.
- Registration will be confirmed on a first-come-first-served basis, with priority given to ICE HKA G&S members. Only successful applicants will be notified.
- The event will be conducted primarily in Cantonese, and English terms will be introduced where appropriate.
- Attendance certificates will be provided within two weeks of the event only if attendees participate for the entire duration of the event.
- Applicants with no-show records will be given lower priority in future G&S events.
- The above is subject to change without prior notice.
Adverse weather arrangement
- The event will be cancelled or rescheduled to another date in the case of a red or black rainstorm signal, or typhoon signal no. 3 or above is issued by the Hong Kong Observatory at or after 07.00. The organiser reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the event in view of safety or other considerations.