• The winners of the first ever Build4Asia Awards were revealed at the Build4Asia Awards 2020

    30 November 2020

    Daniel Cheung, General Manager of Informa Markets, the organiser of Build4Asia, welcomed over 200 guests from all corners of the Hong Kong building industry to the ceremony.

    He expressed his thanks to all of those who participated in the planning and successful staging of Build4Asia Awards 2020, to the esteemed judges who gave their time and expertise, and to everyone who entered the inaugural Awards. Cheung also expressed his gratitude for the good fortune which allowed this year’s exhibition to take place in what has been a challenging year for the building industry as well as the community as a whole. Build4Asia has been staged bi-annually since 1982.

    Build4Asia awards 2020 Guest of Honour was Ir. Cary Chan, JP, Executive Director of Hong Kong Green Building Council.

    Build4Asia 2020 Judges, From left to Right: Sammy Hui, Mark Panckhurst, Robert Gordon, Mike Staley, Janey Rogers, J Lee Rofkind, Elena Galli Giallini, Wai Tang. Missing from this photo are offshore judges Johnny Chiu of JC Architecture, Taipei, Dylan Brady of Decibel Architecture, Melbourne and Professor Jason Pomeroy of Pomeroy Academy, Singapore.

    The organisers, Informa Markets and PRC Magazine would like to thank all of the judges for their time and talent and imbuing the first ever running of Build4Asia Awards with a diverse range of perspectives, critical thinking and experience gained through the successful delivery of project throughout the Asian region.

    To see the list of winners in full, please visit: Building & Innovation Categories.

    Daniel Cheung
    General Manager,
    Informa Markets
    (Left) Ir. Cary Chan, JP,
    Executive Director of Hong
    Kong Green Building Council
    (Left) Sammy Hui,
    Vice President of Hong
    Kong Façade Association

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