Members will be asked to vote for candidates nominated for three vacancies in the committee.
Corporate members (including Fellows and Technician Members) in Hong Kong have been asked to vote in the upcoming Hong Kong Association (HKA) committee election for the 2023-24 session.
In a recent call for candidates, four nominations were received for the three committee vacancies by the deadline in March.
How to vote
For the first time, corporate members will be able to cast their votes online through a secure digital platform. The process will be easier, faster and more environmentally friendly.
The ICE has chosen to use Civica Election Services as the independent scrutineer to administer the vote and to ensure the integrity of the ballot.
On 4 April 2023, eligible voters will have received instructions by email from Civica Election Services on how to cast their votes online.
The voting deadline is 17:00 (HKT) on Friday 28 April 2023.
Meet the candidates
The candidates are Kenny Lam, Leo Lau, Betty Ng and Albert Yeu.
Kenny Lam is currently the director of Mannings (Asia) Consultants Limited. He has over 28 years of civil, structural and geotechnical engineering experience in consulting engineering firms.
Leo Lau is currently working as a resident engineer at Arup. His experience consists of civil construction works planning and NEC project management.
Betty Ng is a chartered civil engineer with over 24 years of experience working on major infrastructure projects in Hong Kong and Singapore.
Albert Yeu is a senior resident engineer at AECOM working on the Kai Tak development public works project. He has experience in design and construction of various civil engineering projects in Hong Kong.
Each of the four candidates have supplied biographies and platform statements.
New Hong Kong Association Graduates and Students Division members chosen
ICE HK also issued a call for nominations for the HKA Graduates and Students Division (HKA G&S) committee election.
By the nomination deadline, nine valid nominations and one invalid nomination were received for nine vacancies on the HKA G&S committee.
As the number of valid nominations is equal to the number of the committee vacancies available, all valid nominees are deemed to be elected in accordance with clause 2.10 of the G&S regulations.
No voting is required.
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