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Workshop on the Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme - HVUSSS

RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors)

Saturday, December 17, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (HKT)

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Event Details

Date: 17 December 2016 (Saturday)
Time: 0930 – 1230 (Registration starts at 0915)
Venue: Happy Valley Racecourse and Happy Valley Recreation Ground, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Gathering: 0900 at 7/F Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley Racecourse
Fee: $360 (RICS member / APC trainee); $520 (non-member)
CPD hour: 3 hours
Language: English
Capacity: 60 (first-come, first-served)


Speakers

Ir Wai-Hun Luk
Assistant Director, New Works, WSD HKSARG

Ir Hon-Shing Kan
Chief Engineer, Drainage Projects, DSD HKSARG

Dr Philip Yi-Ming Chen
Director of Property, The HKJC

Moderator

Ir Ellen Nga-See Cheung
Senior Engineer, Drainage Projects 1, DSD HKSARG


Event Overview

The workshop and technical visit, presented by the Drainage Service Department (DSD) and The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC), features key findings and factors affecting The Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme (HVUSSS).
The technical visit begins with a presentation by DSD and HKJC at the Happy Valley Stand and concludes with a technical visit to HVUSSS sites. Topics of the presentation include:

  • Introduction: HVUSSS and reasons of its conception;

  • DSD and HKJC partnership: How it was formed and the key players involved;

  • Project governance structure: Importance of the role in establishing clear project scopes and its mangement for the overall project;

  • Key challenges: Risk and crisis management at play;

  • What is stakeholder engagement process; and

  • Key success factors and findings from HVUSSS.


About the speakers

Dr Philip Yi-Ming Chen is the Director of Property (Designate) at The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC) and is responsible for leading and management of the value creation and ongoing developments for HKJC’s built assets in Hong Kong and Mainland China. The diversity of the Club’s assets comprise of racecourses, stabling facilities, clubhouses, off-course betting branches, office and residential buildings, public riding schools and golf courses. Since joining HKJC in 2001, Philip has been responsible for the master planning, design and implementation of a range of property development programs in the Club. He also plays a leading role in internal change initiatives, such as the introduction of a Property Development Management Process and the Property Supply Chain Transformation Program which has changed the way the Club manages the procurement and commercial management of property-related capital expenditure.


Ir Ellen Nga-See Cheng is a qualified civil engineer, with experiences in project administration for government projects. She joined the Government in 1996 as a civil engineering graduate and has worked in various departments including the ex-Civil Engineering Department and Highways Department. In September 2006, Ellen transferred to Drainage Services Department and has worked within the Hong Kong and Islands Division where she was responsible for the maintenance of drainage facilities, pumping stations and sewage treatment works, provision of technical advice to new assets, the handling of district matters and the attention of emergency cases. She has been working for Drainage Projects Division since May 2014 and is responsible for the planning, design and supervision of various drainage projects, including the HVUSSS which is the largest New Engineering Contract Engineering and Construction Contract Option C in-house project under the HKSARG.


Ir Hon-Shing Kan is a qualified civil engineer with 25 years of professional experience. He joined the Government in 1990 and has participated in the planning, design and construction of various sewerage and drainage projects. In particular, Hon-Shing has led the innovation-instilled projects for Ho Chung River improvement works, Lai Chi Kok Drainage Tunnel, and the relocation of Shatin Sewage Treatment Works to caverns. He is currently the Chief Engineer, Drainage Projects for the Drainage Services Department which oversees the delivery of drainage and river revitalization projects. Among these projects is the HVUSSS which adopts the NEC3 Option C form of contract.


Ir Wai-Hung Luk is a qualified civil engineer and has extensive experience in project administration for government projects. He joined the government in 1985 and has worked in various departments and bureaux including Drainage Services Department (DSD) and Water Supplies Department (WSD) etc. Since Jan 2011, Wai-Hung has been responsible for the planning, design and supervision of drainage projects including Regulation of Shenzhen River, improvement works for rivers in Tai Po, North Districts, and Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme in DSD. He is also a pioneer in the use of NEC contract in Hong Kong and is the Project Manager for two NEC contracts: Improvement to Fuk Man Road Nullah and HVUSSS. Wai-Hung is currently the Assistant Director, New Works of WSD and is responsible for all the capital works projects including the Replacement and Rehabilitation of Water Main, Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant, Improvement Works to Sha Tin Water Treatment Works and Tai Po WTW etc.


Deadline for registration: Thursday 15 December 2016, 6pm







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Happy Valley Racecourse and Happy Valley Recreation Ground
Happy Valley Racecourse and Happy Valley Recreation Ground
Happy Valley
Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR China

Saturday, December 17, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (HKT)


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