• Construction Management Awards 2020 honoured 66 winners for outstanding achievement in construction management

    10 September 2021
    The Excellent Construction Team – New Works Award was given to the construction team of Hip Hing Construction Company Limited’s South Island Place project.

    (29 August 2021, Hong Kong) The Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers (“HKICM”) hosted the “HKICM 23rd Anniversary Dinner cum Construction Management Awards 2020 Presentation Ceremony” on 27 August at JW Marriott Hong Kong at the officiation by the Ir LAM Sai Hung, JP, Permanent Secretary for Development (Works). Cr Dr Conrad Wong was honoured with the HKICM Outstanding Achievement Award.

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    The Excellent Construction Team – A&A Works Award was given to the construction team of Gammon Construction Limited’s Central Plaza Podium Extension project.

    The Construction Management Award was inaugurated in 2016 and has since become one of the most prestigious accolades in construction management sector. The Awards aims to recognise the achievements of construction management teams and practitioners, uphold the pursuit of quality service and motivate industry development. Themed “New Era‧New Challenge” this year, this third edition of the Award aims to acknowledge the construction industry for embracing a new era and thriving amidst the new challenges it brings. The Presentation Ceremony saw 66 construction teams and individuals receiving commendations, with the most prestigious Excellent Construction Team Awards granted to Hip Hing Construction Company Limited’s South Island Place project (New Works category) and Gammon Construction Limited’s Central Plaza Podium Extension project (A&A Works category).

    Cr Dr Conrad Wong, BBS, JP received HKICM Outstanding Achievement Award from Cr Tony Za, Mr Yu Tak Cheung, JP, Ir Lam Sai Hung, JP and Cr Daniel Shum.

    Mr YU Tak Cheung, JP, our Head Juror of CMA 2020, mentioned, “The construction team of South Island Place managed the completion of a high-quality building within tight timeframe while displaying exceptional project management capability. The construction team of Central Plaza Podium Extension has put in creative ideas to meet client requirements. The team also collaborated extensively with various parties to minimize disruptions caused to the adjacent buildings.”

    Cr Chen Fai Wing Phyllis received Young Construction Manager Award from Cr Tony Za, Mr Yu Tak Cheung, JP, Ir Lam Sai Hung, JP and Cr Daniel Shum.

    In terms of the individual awards, Young Construction Manager Award was given to Cr CHEN Fai Wing Phyllis from Gammon Construction Limited who owns 16 years of experience, and Cr Dr Conrad WONG received HKICM Outstanding Achievement Award. With over 30 years of experience in construction engineering, Cr Dr Wong’s devotion in developing robots and applications of artificial intelligence for construction has made tremendous contribution to the industry. On receiving this honour, Cr Dr Conrad WONG shared, “The duty of the Construction Manager is very challenging. There is a sense of excitement and accomplishment when the innovative ideas become reality and recognized by the construction industry. A great team is essential in the whole process. I am very grateful to my colleagues for their hard work and creativity in innovating new construction methods to build a better Hong Kong.”

    Group Photo of Construction Management Awards 2020 Jury Panel

    Cr Tony ZA, President of HKICM and Cr Daniel SHUM, Immediate Past President, shared in their welcome remarks, “The pandemic has caused over 9 months’ delay to this presentation ceremony and posed difficulties to the judging process. Notwithstanding all the challenges from the pandemic, the construction sector has upheld professionalism and devoted to building a liveable city for everyone. We pay our tribute and respect to all practitioners, and thank them for their unswerving contribution.”

    Group Photo of Ir Lam Sai Hung, JP and HKICM Committee Members

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