RICS Hong Kong Construction Conference

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RICS Hong Kong Construction Conference

- Revitalize the prosperity of construction industry

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Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers Nathan Road 20 Hong Kong, KOW Hong Kong

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About this event

  • 7 hours 45 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

RICS Hong Kong Construction Conference

In-person event

12th May 2023 09:15-17:00 HKT

Overview

The construction industry is one of the most important pillars to Hong Kong’s economy, with a total employment of nearly five hundred thousand. The productivity of the construction industry is crucial to Hong Kong's economic growth and long-term development and to improve the livelihood of people.

As one of the most important professions in the construction industry, quantity surveying plays a pivotal role. The role of quantity surveyors is not only involved in the construction, renovation, maintenance and demolition of buildings, but also extends to the entire real estate and infrastructure market. It can be said that in order to guarantee that quality can achieve equivalent value, professionals involved in quantity surveying work need to understand all aspects related to the whole life cycle of a building or facility.

The RICS Hong Kong Construction Conference returns for the second year as a face-to-face event in May 2023 in Hong Kong, themed by ‘Revitalize the prosperity of construction industry’, as the region is calling for an initiative to ‘Design for Future, Build for Life.’ The conference will stand on the point of QS whilst exploring wider in the field by orienting the event name from ’QS to Construction’, hopefully to inspire more potentialities in the scope.

Join us at the event in May as we explore the future of the construction industry in the region and network with industry experts to analyse and discuss how the sector can move forward in this period of uncertainty.

Enquiries

Please contact:

Ms. Ruby Lee: twlee@rics.org