CIC BIM Competition 2021

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CIC Webinar on BIM Competition 2021 Briefing

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) is going to organise "CIC BIM Competition 2021". The competition aims to promote the practical uses of Building Information Modelling (BIM) through collaborative and competitive learning approach among tertiary students in construction related disciplines. The competition is only eligible to full-time tertiary (post-secondary) students in forming up a team of 3 to 5 members, with students from minimum 2 construction disciplines. By joining this competition, students will have opportunities to receive free licenses of various BIM software and attend a series of hands-on BIM Software training webinars on them. This briefing will announce the details of the competition and provide information and tips to interested participants for preparing of the competition and to have a better understanding of BIM. This competition provides an excellent platform to strengthen the knowledge on BIM and reveal the potential of the new generation to demonstrate their BIM skills. Date: 16 December 2020 Time: 15:00-17:00 Speakers: Mr. Alex HO, Senior Manager – BIM, Construction Industry Council Mr. Ron NG, Manager – BIM, Construction Industry Council Mr. David MAK, Consultant – BIM, Construction Industry Council Language: English Format: Webinar Watch Recorded Webinar Video Should there be any queries, please contact Ms. WONG at 2100 9034 or via email
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Judging Panel

The Judging Panel is a collective group of renowned professionals in the field of BIM. Ar. Ada FUNG Panel Chair Ar. Ada FUNG is an Architect by profession. She is an active member in the architectural field and the construction industry in Hong Kong & Asia Pacific Region. She has been the Deputy Director of Housing supervising the Development & Construction Division of the Housing Department until end of 2017. Ar. FUNG is the President of the Lighthouse Club (HK), member of Advisory Council on the Environment, Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre and Green Tech Fund Assessment Committee. She is the Chairperson of the Committee on Building Information Modelling (BIM) of the Construction Industry Council (CIC), President of the Hong Kong Alliance of Built Asset & Environment Information Management Associations and Chairperson of Hong Kong Chapter of BuildingSMART International. She is an Adjunct Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Hong Kong, and serves as Advisor to various Associations and Institutions in the fields of architecture, engineering, environment, construction, safety, smart city, quality, project management, BIM, etc. Ar. FUNG was the past President of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (2013 - 2014), past Chairperson of the APEC Architect Monitoring Committee of Hong Kong (2012/13 - 2015/16), the Architects Registration Board (2010/11 - 2011/12) and the Committee on Construction Safety of the CIC (2016 & 2017), Director of the World Green Building Council (2018-2020) and the Hong Kong Green Building Council (2014-2019). Ar. FUNG has received Lighthouse Club's Golden Helmet Award for Safety Leadership (2012), CIC's BIMer of the Year Award (2014) and International Passive and Low Energy Architecture Award (2018), Distinguished Faculty of Architecture Fellow in the Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong (2019). Dr. Calvin KAM Panel Member A licensed architect as well as an engineer in the USA, Dr. Calvin KAM is an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University's Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE), where he specializes in strategic innovation such as Management Scorecards, Building Information Modeling, Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), Sustainable Developments and Smart Cities Evaluation. Dr. KAM is the Founder of Strategic Building Innovation | bimSCORE—the "GPS Navigator" for any enterprise or project team charting a course for construction innovation. Calvin is an appointed international BIM expert for the Singapore government's Building Construction Authority and the only international Honorary Director of the China National BIM Union. At the American Institute of Architects, Dr. Kam has served as the former National Co-Chairman of the Center for Integrated Practice and former National Chairman of Technology Knowledge Community. Calvin was a recipient of various AIA, ASCE, SOM, Stanford University Fellowships, ENR's "20 under 40" and the BD&C's "40 under 40" awards. Mr. Stephen LEUNG Panel Member Mr. Stephen LEUNG is an architect by profession. He has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry in both the private and public sectors. In his position as Deputy Director of Housing, he leads a multi-disciplinary team for the implementation of public housing developments in Hong Kong, covering a wide spectrum of tasks on projects from feasibility, planning, design to construction stages as well as on development and procurement central functions. He has been steering and overseeing the development and application of information technology including but not limited to Building Information Modelling (BIM), Geographic Information System (GIS) and Information and Technology to enhance the business practices of the Development and Construction Division of the Housing Authority. Mr. Eric POON Panel Member Mr. Eric POON, a qualified Quantity Surveyor, is currently the Executive Director, Commercial in the Urban Renewal Authority taking charge of matters relating to planning and design, property and land, and corporate services. He is currently the member of the Committee on Building Information Modelling and the Committee on Environment of the Construction Industry Council as well as the Director of the Hong Kong Green Building Council and the Vice Chairman of the Committee on Industry Standards and Practices of the Hong Kong Green Building Council. Ir Kelvin WONG Panel Member Ir Kelvin WONG began his career with Airport Authority Hong Kong in 1995 as a graduate engineer in the new airport project department. Since then he has held a series of management positions, most recently as General Manager, Technical Services Systems under Engineering and Technology Division and is accountable for the engineering, maintenance and new technology development aspects of the Hong Kong International Airport. Kelvin is a professional engineer with over twenty years' experience in airport engineering field, with an emphasis on airport systems and infrastructure projects for the Hong Kong International Airport. Kelvin is an active participant in building and construction community. He is a committee member of BIM in CIC and a Task Force member on BIM Standards of CIC to help advocate on adoption of BIM for Capital Works Projects and building facilities management in Hong Kong. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree, with first class honours, in electrical engineering from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and a master's degree in Building Services Engineering from the University of Hong Kong.
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