Upcoming Infrastructure, Upcoming Challenges - Some Thoughts on Manpower Management, Construction Site Safety and Procurement Strategies

Event date: 
Tue, 13/03/2012 - 08:00 - 09:15
Speaker: 
Mr. Chi-sing Wai, Permanent Secretary for Development (Works), HKSAR

In 2007, the Chief Executive set out in his 2007-2008 Policy Address the Administration’s determination to push ahead with the 10 large-scale infrastructure projects in order for Hong Kong to boost its economy and to keep pace with the latest developments in the South China region.  Many construction projects are in the pipeline. 

In the presentation, the Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) would share with the audience the Government’s latest initiatives in manpower investment and training, promoting construction site safety and promoting innovation and creativity via new procurement strategies.
 

Upcoming Infrastructure, Upcoming Challenges - Some Thoughts on Manpower Management, Construction Site Safety and Procurement Strategies
Mr. Chi-sing WAI
Permanent Secretary for Development (Works), HKSAR
 

Construction Industry Group

 


2007 marked a milestone in infrastructure development in Hong Kong.  Our Chief Executive set out in his 2007-2008 Policy Address the Administration’s determination to push ahead with the 10 large-scale infrastructure projects in order for Hong Kong to boost its economy and to keep pace with the latest developments in the South China region.  Many construction projects are in the pipeline.  

With our experience gained through infrastructure development in the past decades, Hong Kong has already had a set of established frameworks and systems to safeguard project delivery in a timely, budgeted-control and quality manner.  But in view of the upcoming surge of construction activities and the challenges that are brought about, the Government have to look into new initiatives to further enhance the efficiency and quality of our project delivery processes.  

In the presentation, the Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) would share with the audience the Government’s latest initiatives in manpower investment and training, promoting construction site safety and promoting innovation and creativity via new procurement strategies.

Tuesday 13 March 2012
8:00 - 9:15am
Harcourt Suite, 1/F, The Hong Kong Club
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