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Have your say in the ICE Hong Kong Association and committee elections

Date
24 March 2022

Members will be asked to vote for candidates nominated for two vacancies in the committee.

Have your say in the ICE Hong Kong Association and committee elections
Eligible voters will receive ballot papers by post which should be returned using the pre-addressed envelope. Image credit: Abby D/Shutterstock

Corporate and Technician Members in Hong Kong have been asked to vote in the upcoming Hong Kong Association (HKA) committee election for the 2022-23 session.

In a recent call for candidates, three valid nominations were received to fill two vacancies in the committee.

According to section 17 of the constitution of ICE HK, the election of the candidates will be by means of a postal ballot.

Eligible voters will receive ballot papers by post which should be returned using the pre-addressed envelope by 17:00 (HKT) on Thursday, 28 April 2022.

Meet the candidates

The candidates are Kenneth Kwok, David Mak and Albert Yeu.

Kenneth Kwok is a director of Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited and leads the East Asia water business. He has 24 years of international experience in large-scale environmental infrastructure and site development projects.

David Mak is currently the associate director of AECOM in Hong Kong. He has over 15 years’ experience in handling various major civil engineering projects in Hong Kong and overseas, including slopes, tunnels, deep excavations, reclamation, and drill and blast tunnels/caverns.

Albert Yeu is a senior resident engineer at AECOM in Kai Tak development public works project. He has comprehensive experience in design and construction of tunnels, bridges, highways, waterworks and flood prevention schemes in Hong Kong.

Each of the three candidates have supplied biographies and platform statements.

Download the statements

New Hong Kong Association Graduate and Student Division members chosen

ICE HK also issued a call for nominations for the HKA Graduate and Student Division (HKA G&S) committee election.

By the deadline, nine valid nominations were received for nine vacancies on the committee.

As the number of valid nominations is equal to the number of the vacancies, all valid nominees are deemed to be elected in accordance with clause 2.10 of the G&S Regulations.

No voting will be required.

Get in touch

For more information, please contact the ICE HK office:

T: +852-3153 4181

E: [email protected]

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  • Crystal Fung, executive officer at Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)