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Joint Structural Division

Annual Report
2005/2006

THE HONG KONG THE INSTITUTION OF


INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS

JOINT STRUCTURAL DIVISION
J O I N T S T R U C T U R A L D I V I S I O N

Annual Report 2005/06

Ir Professor K K Choy of MOC was successfully held on 15-17 November


Division Chairman 2005 at Hainandau. To facilitate our candidates for
the assessment, Professor Rong Baisheng was
invited and delivered a half-day lecture on seismic
design on 5 November 2005.
Membership (April 2006)
Funded by the Commerce, Industry and Technology
The current number of members (including all Bureau, we have instigated and organized a training
grades) of the Joint Structural Division is 5263. package to sharpen the competitive edges of local
young engineers for them to work in the Mainland.
Committee Activities On 14-16 and 19-21 December 2005, two seminars
were held with presentation made by 4 renowned
Main activities organized and/or participated by the structural engineers and professors from the
Joint Structural Division include: Mainland to around 100 young structural engineers.
Monthly Committee Meetings
Technical Meetings and Technical Visits IStructE Matters
Annual Dinner
Joint Institute Conference with HKIA, HKIS The President of IStructE visited Hong Kong on 12-
and HKIP 17 February 2006.
IStructE China Awards
Joint Structural Division Special Awards On 13 February 2006, Mr Michael Dickson, the
Annual General Meeting President, delivered the Presidential Address titled
Annual Visit An International Institution for the future - IStructE
Annual Seminar in HK. This was followed by a report on
institutional matters by Chief Executive of the
Committee members and senior members also IStructE, Dr Keith Eaton. Another highlight of the
represented the Joint Structural Division on various night was the presentation of certificates by
boards and committees of the HKIE and government President of the IStructE to 2 newly elected fellows
departments. and 35 newly elected members.

Regular Events On 17 February 2006, Award Presentation Dinner of


the IStructE China Awards 2005 was successfully
With strong support from members, the Annual held at the Island Shangri-La Hotel. 14 awards were
Dinner was successfully held on 25 November 2005 presented to the outstanding developments in China
at the Holiday Inn Golden Miles. with excellence in structural engineering.

Regarding the Annual Visit, we have planned to The Chartered Membership examination was
visit Beijing on 25-28 May 2006. The visit will be successfully held on 21 April 2006 with a total of
led by senior members and we are expecting fruitful 265 candidates.
interactions with our counterparts in Beijing.
Appreciation
Winners of this years Joint Structural Division
Special Awards were finally decided by the Judging Lastly, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude
Panel after thorough consideration. The awards to all members of the Joint Structural Division for
include Special Award of China Projects and Hong their endless support to our activities.
Kong Projects, and one Commendation Award.

Professional Recognition and Training


Ir Professor K K Choy
Assessment for the Reciprocal Recognition Division Chairman
Agreement between the HKIE and the NABER(S)

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Awards
Arup Best Student Awards 2005, sponsored by Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd, to commend
undergraduates who have excellent overall academic results and demonstrate high level of competence in
structural engineering:

Mr NG Ching Tai (Department of Building and Construction, City University of Hong Kong)
Mr LAM Tuk Hung (Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Mr HO Yin Bon (Department of Civil Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Mr WONG Tsang Hung (Department of Civil Engineering, University of Hong Kong)

Ir Kwan Kin-kei, Director of Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd,
presenting the Arup Best Student Awards 2005 to the awardees during the
Annual Dinner of the Joint Structural Division on 25 November 2005 (from
left-to-right: Mr T H Wong, Mr T H Lam, Ir K K Kwan, Mr C T Ng and Mr
Y B Ho)

H K Cheng Award 2005, sponsored by Ir Dr Cheng Hon-kwan, to commend the Best Hong Kong Candidate
who scores the highest marks in the Chartered Membership (Part 3) Examination of the Institution of Structural
Engineers in 2005: Mr Simon LEE

Ir Dr H K Cheng presenting the H K Cheng Award 2005 to Mr Simon


Lee during the Annual Dinner of the Joint Structural Division on 25
November 2005.

The Best Reporter Award was introduced in November 2005 to encourage participation in events
organized by the Joint Structural Division; to promote interests in the respective themes of the events;
and to promote report writing skills among members. All HKIE members of any grade and full-time
engineering students who have attended the event are eligible. Participants are invited to submit a report of the
event, which may include comments on the theme. Submissions are assessed by a judging panel appointed by
the Committee of the Joint Structural Division. Normally one Best Reporter Award is awarded to the author of
the best submission. The award carries a $500 cash prize and a certificate. The best report is later published in
Hong Kong Engineer as well as at the website of the Joint Structural Division. Winners of the Best Reporter
Award since its setup are as follows.

Date Event Winner


5 and 12 Nov 2005 Technical Visit to Wetland Park in Tin Shui Wai Miss TONG Man Man
23 Nov 2005 Technical Meeting on An Overview of Structural System
Ir LAU Wai Hin
and Construction of Langham Place
15 Dec 2005 Technical Meeting on Integrated Site Supervision System Miss TONG Man Man
12 Jan 2006 Technical Meeting on Condition Assessment of Highway
Mr YAN Zhihao
Bridges under Operational Conditions
4 Mar 2006 Half-day Technical Seminar on Examination Technique for
Mr KWOK Wai Ching Vincent
the IStructE Chartered Membership (Part 3) Examination
22 Mar 2006 Technical Meeting on Planning and construction of Phase 2
Mr CHENG Chung Hin
development of Hong Kong Science Park

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The IStructE China Awards 2005

The IStructE China Awards 2005 were administrated by the Joint Structural Division of HKIE & IStructE
together with full support from IStructE local representatives in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Initial vetting
of the Awards took place successfully in November 2005 in Shanghai for projects in Beijing, Shanghai and
Shenzhen, and also in January 2006 in Hong Kong for Hong Kong projects. Final selection of the Awards was
conducted on 16 and 17 February 2006 in Hong Kong, and a total of ten outstanding construction projects were
presented by prominent structural engineers to the Judging Panel which was chaired by Mr Michael Dickson,
President of the IStructE. Upon the recommendations of the Judging Panel, the results were announced during
the Award Presentation Dinner on 17 February 2006.

Judging Panel
Mr. Michael Dickson, CBE
Chairman, Buro Happold
President, IStructE
Dr. H.K. Cheng, OBE, GBS, JP
Chairman, H.K. Cheng & Partners Ltd., Chairman, Tianjin Gangjin Architects & Engineers Ltd.
IStructE Gold Medalist 2001, HKIE Gold Medalist 2005
Professor Fu Xue-yi
Chief Engineer, The Institute of Architectural Design & Research, Shenzhen University
Co-ordinator, IStructE China Group
Professor Jiang Huan-cheng
Chairman, Jiangs Architects & Engineers, Shanghai, & Consultant Chief Engineer, Shanghai Xian Dai
Architecture Design Group
Member, China Academy of Engineering ; enjoys the title Design Master
Professor Shi Yong-jiu
Department of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University
Co-ordinator, IStructE Beijing Group

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IStructE has always been a keen promoter of


Message by Ir. Professor K.K. Choy,
excellence in structural engineering feeling very
Joint Division Chairman strongly that excellence should be recognised and
rewarded whenever it is found.
I would like to extend to my
May I therefore take this opportunity to sincerely
warmest welcome to all of you,
congratulate the 10 finalists for their outstanding
especially to Mr. Michael Dickson,
President, and Dr. Keith Eaton, achievement. They have displayed creativity,
Chief Executive of the Institution innovation, excellence and value.
of Structural Engineers, on the
Members of the Institution in China and Hong
occasion of the Award
Kong have often been the envy of others for the
Presentation Dinner of IStructE
many opportunities which they have when it comes
China 2005 Awards. Moreover, my warm
greetings go to our fellow structural engineers from to designing and supervising interesting and
important structures.
the Mainland for your active involvement in this
Award in many different ways: from planning,
I echo the sentiment that this Award has a cause for
judging, and making entries, and I value your
celebration as we admire the work of some talented
collaboration and friendship. We could not have
done it without you. structural engineers and their immense contribution
to humanity and the built environment around us.
The Award Presentation Dinner was a night for
Finally, I compliment the organisers for the vision
celebration as we honour excellence in structural
and effort which they have put into the Award, and
engineering and recognize 10 outstanding projects
by members of IStructE resident in Beijing, Hong wish the Award continued success.
Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen. The stunning
economic growth of China in the last 25 years has
given structural engineers enormous opportunities
to contribute to the built environment and assist in
disaster mitigation. I am confident that this Award
will thrive and prosper to become a major structural
engineering award for this part of the world. Lastly,
I must record my sincere thanks to the hardworking
judges, members of the Joint Division Committee,
and sponsors, for playing key roles in making this
Award a success.

Message by Mr. Michael Dickson, CBE,


President, IStructE

It is always an exhilarating
experience to be in Hong Kong
and to see the many outstanding
structures designed by members
of the Institution of Structural
Engineers.

I am particularly delighted that in this instance, the


Joint Structural Division under the able leadership
of Mr. K.K. Choy has initiated the IStructE
China Awards 2005, culminating in the Award
Presentation Dinner.

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The IStructE China Awards 2005


Supreme Structural Award

Langham Place, Hong Kong


Ove Arup and Partners HK Ltd

Special Structural Award

Kunming International Horticultural Exposition


Shanghai Jiaoda Andi Architecture Design Institute

Guangzhou New Baiyun International Airport Passenger Terminal Bldg


The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Guangdong Province

Structural Achievement Commendation

LG Beijing Building, Beijing LG


Beijing Institute of Architectural Design

Raycom Building C, Beijing C


Beijing Institute of Architectural Design

Qinhuangdao Olympics Sports Center Stadium


The Architecture Design and Research Institute of Tongji University

Dalian Road Tunnel, Shanghai


Shanghai Tunnel Engineering & Rail Transit Design & Research Institute

GD Modern International Exhibition Center, Dongguan


The Architecture Design & Research Institute of S China U of Technology

Shenzhen Merchants Bank


Shenzhen General Institute of Architectural Design and Research

Cambridge House, Hong Kong


Maunsell Structural Consultants Ltd

Structural Special Merit in Integration with Architecture

Raycom Building C, Beijing C


Beijing Institute of Architectural Design

Structural Special Merit in Quality of Materials and Construction

Guangzhou New Baiyun International Airport Passenger Terminal Bldg


The Architectural Design and Research Institute of Guangdong Province

Structural Special Merit in Harmony with Environment

Kunming International Horticultural Exposition


Shanghai Jiaoda Andi Architecture Design Institute

Structural Special Merit in Cost Effectiveness

Cambridge House, Hong Kong


Maunsell Structural Consultants Ltd

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IStructE China Awards 2005


Supreme Award
Langham Place, Hong Kong

Special Structural Award


Kunming International Horticultural Exposition

Special Structural Award


Guangzhou New Baiyun International Airport Passenger Terminal Building

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Joint Structural Division Special Awards 2006


The Joint Structural Division Special Awards aims to promote excellence in structural engineering
demonstrated through the design and construction of buildings and structures in the last two years. The
first award was held in 1998/1999 and this is the eighth event. Since 2004/2005, the award has
extended to include a Special Award for China Projects in recognition of the significant contribution
of our structural engineers to projects in China.

This year, there are three submissions on Hong Kong Projects and five submissions on China Projects.
Three awards were selected by a Panel of Judges based on the following assessment criteria:

Aesthetics
Engineering approach
Integration
Economy
Innovation
Buildability
Unusual features
Energy efficiency and environmental friendliness
Sustainability and serviceability

Site Visit by Judging Panel (Left Photo from left-to-right:


Mr Vincent Ng, Ir Paul Pang, Ir The Hon Dr Raymond Ho and Ir Prof Fred Ng)

Members of the Judging Panel


Ir Professor Fred S H NG, Chairman of the Judging Panel
Ir The Hon Dr Raymond C T HO
Ir Professor J M KO
Ir Professor Peter K K LEE
Mr Vincent W S NG
Ir Paul T C PANG
Ir Professor Sritawat KITIPORNCHAI

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basement.
Joint Structural Division
Special Awards 2006 Construction of the project was carried out in two
phases. Phase one commenced in 1993 and
China Projects completed in 1999, this phase included the whole
of the 6 levels retail podium, the basement and one
of the residential towers. Phase two started in 2003
Special Award and completed in 2005.
Maunsell Structural Consultants Ltd. for the
The structural form of the twin office towers is the
Grand Gateway, Shanghai central core with exterior column frame system
providing a 13m column free office space. The
exterior column frame is transferred at level 7
providing a smooth transformation between the
tower office layout and the spacious shopping mall
arrangement. The twin towers are lighted up at
night by the 40m high steel roof lanterns at the roof
top, providing as the Landmark feature of the
development.

To ensure compatibility of the structures built in


phase one with the current seismic design codes,
and also enhancing the safety standards of the
structures, carbon fibre strengthening is used to
enhance the strength and the ductility of the
required structural members. The strengthening
works include full wrap for columns, strip wraps
and strip strengthening for beams and walls.

The
service
The Hong Kong Engineers contribution to the apartment
application of advance technologies in Shanghai is a
reinforced
Structural Engineer : concrete
Maunsell Structural Consultants Ltd. frame
structure
Client : over 70m
Shanghai Kong Hui Property Development Co. Ltd. above
ground.
Architects : The 10 levels of cascading L-shape apartment
Callison Architecture Inc., USA floors constructed on top of the 8 levels rectangular
Frank C.Y. Feng Architect & Associates (HK) Ltd. shape operating retail podium resulted in
LM2 Consortium, Singapore irregularity in both horizontal and vertical structural
East China Architectural Design & Research Institute arrangement.
Co., Ltd. (ECADI)
In order to mitigate the adverse effect during
Contractor : seismic events, structural dampers are introduced to
Fujita Corporation Ltd. change and control the structural properties such
Shanghai Construction Co. Ltd. that the critical seismic movements can be
controlled.
The Grand Gateway, locates at
one of the busiest zones in The Phase two construction was carried out on top
Shanghai, Xu Hui District, is of operating retails podium. Settlement joint using
bounded by Hong Qiao Road and the rocking slab approach were design to mitigate
Hua Shan Road. The multi- the effect of the differential settlement. Careful
functional development has a planning of the whole construction procedure
gross floor area of about including material handling, formwork erection,
310,000m2 and comprises two concreting, together with safety precautionary
55-storey office towers, two 34- measures were implemented and resulted with no
storey residential towers, and one adverse effect to normal operation of the retails
18-storey service apartment, all podium during towers construction period.
linked by a 6 levels of retails podium and a 3-storey

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Joint Structural Division allowed for on the post-tensioning slab to suit the
tenancy possible requirements.
Special Awards 2006
Ten numbers of composite columns located around
Hong Kong Projects the perimeter at 9m to 13.5m c/c and the core wall
provide the gravity load support system. Due to the
requirement of maintaining the distance of the
Special Award exterior column face to the faade constant, the
Ove Arup & partners Hong Kong Limited for the composite columns have been eccentrically
Three Pacific Place, Hong Kong transferred seven times from 1800mm diameter on
G/F to 800mmx800mm on Level 37.

Steel trusses cantilevered from the core wall are


used to support the plant room level on the roof to
create double storey height on Level 38.

The tower is rested on a 3 to 3.5m thick reinforced


concrete raft on Grade III Rock.

Due to the phased


possession of the site
in five parcels and the
future extension
requirement, the
overall building
Structural, Tunnel, Geotechnical and Civil Engineer: structures are to be
Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd designed for three
different cases namely
Client & Project Manager: the phase 1, the future
Swire Properties Ltd extension and the
construction stage.
Architects & M&E Engineer:
Wong & Ouyang (HK) Ltd. The completion of the
foundation and core wall construction under Wing
Quantity Surveyor: Fung Street West prior to the superstructure
Davis Langdon & Seah Hong Kong Ltd construction was rendered due to the sequential site
acquisition. Back calculation method to determine
Main Contractor: the maximum height of the curtain wall could be
Gammon Construction Ltd erected without extra strengthening works to the
permanent structures as well as retrofit construction
Three Pacific Place is recognized as a successful technique for foundation and core wall of the
urban redevelopment project in Wanchai District, concerned portion were adopted.
which comprises of a 38-Storey Grade A+ office
tower on top of two levels of podium and three The first three-dimensional tensioned cable net
levels of basement in Phase 1 with structural glass wall system in Hong Kong has been installed
provision for a future extension, a pedestrian on the podium to create a very transparent view.
subway connecting to MTRC Admiralty Station The height of the cable nets are 21m and 10m at
and a provision of pedestrian footbridge. Queens Road East and Star Street.

A highly eccentric reinforced concrete core wall


abutting the eastern faade provides the overall
lateral stability of the tower. State of the art
structural optimisation has been carried out to
reduce the concrete volume by 3,502m3 and
increase the total usable floor area by 606m2.

350mm thick post-tensioning flat slab with the The development comprises of eight major
maximum span of 16m (simply supported) and interrelated tender packages namely Demolition,
4.5m (cantilevered) is adopted as the office floor Excavation and Lateral Support, Advance
system. The storey height and clear height of the Foundation, Advance Steelwork, Main Contact,
office floor are 3950mm and 2750mm respectively. External works and Pedestrian Subway. Very detail
Structural provision for possible inter-storey collaboration of the tendering strategy as well as
staircase openings on the office floor has been structural design warranted the tower completion
on time and within budget.

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Joint Structural Division will be a prominent transport node with different


modes of public transportation. It consists of a
Special Awards 2006 57-storey residential tower, a 9-storey PTI and
carpark podium, a vehicular access ramp for PTI,
Hong Kong Projects a 2-level basement, a footbridge linked to
existing community, and an underground
pedestrian subway connecting the basement and
Commendation Award the underground MTR station.
Maunsell Structural Consultants Ltd. for the Choi
Hung Park & Ride Development No. 8 Clear Substantial part of the podium is situated
immediately above the on-grade MTRC tunnel
Water Bay Road, Kowloon completed in 1978. RC trusses spanning between
the existing
tunnels walls
were
reserved for
supporting
the podium
structures
with limited
loading
allowance.
Intelligent
engineering design, on grade ground slab in
associate with the innovative shear transducer,
enhances the loading capacity that a building
much higher than the original design can be
achieved.

Intensive appraisals to the existing structures


were carried out before and during construction
where the appraisal results were analyzed in
detail and integrated into the structural design.
The approach of Observational Method was
adopted to eliminate the uncertainty on prediction
of the structural behaviours during construction
above the existing trusses on MTR tunnel.
Several design options with different scenario of
podium construction progress in different
portions were provided and arrangements were
made for design decisions during construction.
Innovative Engineering Technique Portray the The development is within the protection areas
Rainbow of Existing Community for railway, water main and drainage culvert at
where the construction is constrained. Clear
Structural Engineer : Water Bay Road is a busy traffic main linking
Maunsell Structural Consultants Ltd. between the city centre and the outskirt.
Horizontal pipe piles and grouted pillar supports
Developer : were introduced for subway construction that
Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTRC) resolved the excavation problem at busy road.
Chun Wo Construction & Engineering Co. Ltd. And special ramp design together with the well
planned phase traffic diversions streamlined the
Architects : construction of the car access ramp to the
Ronald Lu & Partners (HK) Ltd. development PTI.
Contractor : For a structure adjacent to a busy highway as well
Chun Wo Contractors Ltd.
sitting next to and on top of an operating MTR
The MTR Choi Hung Park and the Ride tunnel, innovative and comprehensive engineering
Development is a multi-functional designs are the major solutions to complete the
residential/transport interchange building situated most challenging construction. Integration of multi-
above the existing MTR Choi Hung tunnel and discipline engineering professions lead the project
was completed in December 2005. The towards a successful outcome.
development, site fronts Clear Water Bay Road,

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Technical Meetings 2005/2006


Date Titles and Speakers
1 Aug 2005 (Mon) Failed Safety, Criminal? Is Professional Responsibility Ethical or
Mechanical? by Professor Philip J Chmielewski, Loyola Marymount
University
1 Sept 2005 (Thu) The Inaugural Y.K. Cheung Lecture on The High Rise Building - How High
Can We Go? (5:30pm for 6:00pm-7:30pm) by Dr. Leslie E. Robertson,
Leslie E. Robertson Associates, U.S.A. (at Hong Kong Convention and
Exhibition Centre; jointly with HKU)
14 Sept 2005 (Wed) The Planning and Construction of the Wetland Park in Tin Shui Wai (6:00
- 7:30 pm; jointly with Building Division) by Ir Eric P. W. Chan and Mr.
Michael K. Y. Li of Architectural Services Department
29 Sept 2005 (Thu) Fire Safety Engineering of Structures by Michael Green, Buro Happold (at
M1603, Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
19 Oct 2005 (Wed) Design and Construction of Ma On Shan Sports Complex by Ir C.C. Choy,
Architectural Services Department
23 Nov 2005 (Wed) An Overview of Structural System and Construction of Langham Place by
Ir Man Kang and Ir Donald Tsang, Ove Arup and Partners
15 Dec 2005 (Thu) Integrated Site Supervision System by Ir Philip C.T. Kwok, Buildings
Department
20 Dec 2005 (Tue) Building Management & Maintenance Public Consultation of Mandatory
Building Inspection by Mr. Lam Siu-tong, Buildings Department (6:30pm
8:00 pm, jointly with Building Division)
12 Jan 2006 (Thu) Condition Assessment of Highway Bridges under Operational Conditions
by Ir Dr. S.S. Law, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
13 Feb 2006 (Mon) IStructE Presidential Address on An International Institution for the future
IStructE in Hong Kong by Mr. Michael G.T. Dickson, President of IStructE
(6:15pm 7:45pm, Holiday Inn Golden Mile, jointly with YMC)
22 Mar 2006 (Wed) Planning and Construction of Phase 2 Development of Hong Kong Science
Park by Ir Adam S. C. Choy and Ir Jason H.Y. Wong, Meinhardt (C&S) Ltd.
27 Apr 2006 (Thu) Design and Construction of Shanghai Hong Kong New World Tower by Ir
Terence Yip, Ove Arup and Partners
22 May 2006 (Mon) Direct Strength Method for Stainless Steel Section Undergoing Distortional
Buckling by Prof. Kim Rasmussen, University of Sydney (jointly with
HKU)

Seminars 2005/2006
Date Details
5 Nov 2005 (Sat) Half-day Technical Seminar on Seismic Design of Buildings (9:00am-
1:00pm, at Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
4 Mar 2006 (Sat) Half-day Technical Seminar on Examination Technique for the IStructE
Chartered Membership (Part 3) Examination (8:30am-1:00pm, at Hong
Kong Polytechnic University, jointly with YMC)
16 Jun 2006 (Fri) Annual Seminar on Structural Fire Engineering

Technical Visits 2005/2006


Date Details
5 Nov 2005 (Sat) Technical Visit to Wetland Park in Tin Shui Wai (jointly with YMC)
12 Nov 2005 (Sat) Technical Visit to Wetland Park in Tin Shui Wai (jointly with YMC)
25-28 May 2006 Annual Visit to Beijing

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Joint Structural Division Annual Dinner 2005

Presidential Address and Certificate Presentation Ceremony on 13th Feb 2006

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Half-day Technical Seminar on IStructE CM Examination, 4th March 2006

CM Examination on 21st April 2006

Technical Meetings

Site Visits

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Joint Structural Division Committee Members


Chairman Ir Professor K K CHOY
Immediate Past Chairman Ir Joseph Y W MAK
Deputy Chairman Ir Y K CHENG
Hon. Secretary Ir Dr Eddie S S LAM
Hon. Treasurer Ir Joseph W J CHI
Programme Coordinator Ir Dr Francis T K AU
Ir Allan S K CHAN
Ir Eric P W CHAN
Ir Dr H T CHENG
Deputy Hon. Secretary Ir Professor K F CHUNG
Deputy Programme Coordinator Ir Dr J S KUANG
Ir Professor Albert K H KWAN
Ir K K KWAN
Ir Philip C T KWOK
Deputy Hon. Treasurer Ir C K LAU
Ir Aldows H C TANG
Ir Raymond W M TANG
Ir Gabriel L K YU
Ex-officio Member (AMC) Mr David P S CHAN
Ex-officio Member (YMC) Mr Benedict L S CHEUNG
Ex-officio Council Member (Division) Ir Dr K S LAW
Ex-officio Discipline Rep (Division) Ir Paul T C PANG
Co-opted Member Ir S T CHAN
Co-opted Member Ir Y W SIU

Joint Structural Division Honorary Advisors


Ir Dr C K LAU Ir Professor Fred S H NG

HKIE Council Members


President/Chairman of Council Ir Dr Greg C Y WONG
Elected Ordinary Member Ir Dr Andrew K C CHAN Ir Y C KOO Ir C K LAU
Ir P K LEE Ir Paul T C PANG Ir K C LAM
Ir K W LEE Ir Francis M K TONG Ir Aaron K M BOK
Ir Charles M C CHU
Council Member (Division) Ir Dr K S LAW
Co-opted Member Ir S T CHAN Ir Professor Albert K H KWAN
Observers Ir Dr James C W LAU (Chairman of Engineers Registration Board)
Ir Dr The Hon Raymond C T HO (Legislative Council)

AP/RSE/RGE Committee Representative


Ir K K KWAN (Chairman of the AP/RSE/RGE Committee)

IStructE Council Member


Ir Reuben P K CHU Ir Paul T C PANG

The Institution of Structural Engineers Representatives


Ir Dr The Hon Raymond C T HO Ir Professor Peter K K LEE Ir Professor Fred S H NG

The Institution of Structural Engineers Examiners (Chartered Membership)


Chief Examiner Ir Dr K S LAW
Marking Examiner Ir Helen P J KWAN Ir Dr James C W LAU Ir Dr C K LAU Ir H K NG

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List of Chairmen of the Joint Structural Division

Session Name of Chairmen


st
1 79/80 Ir TSUI Tack Kong
2nd 80/81 Ir Professor Fred NG Sai Ho
3rd 81/82 Ir Dr the Hon Raymond HO Chung Tai
4th 82/83 Ir Andrew NGAI Bick Yau
5th 83/84 Ir David George HOLMES
6th 84/85 Ir Brian POON Hon Yin
7th 85/86 Ir David CHAN Wing Keung
8th 86/87 Ir Barry John STUBBINGS
9th 87/88 Ir Professor LAW Kwok Sang
10th 88/89 Ir Patrick YIM Chun Nam
11th 89/90 Ir Dr Joseph CHOW Ming Kuen
12th 90/91 Ir Bruce Malcolm FOX
13th 91/92 Ir TSE Pak Kin
14th 92/93 Ir Ricky SO Yau Chi
15th 93/94 Ir Hugh WU Sai Him
16th 94/95 Ir Ignatuis LAU Yik Sum
17th 95/96 Ir WONG Chi Ming
18th 96/97 Ir CHEUNG Kwok Ming
19th 97/98 Ir Professor KO Jan Ming
20th 98/99 Ir Professor James LAU Chi Wang
21st 99/00 Ir Kenneth LAU Kwong Hon
22nd 00/01 Ir Reuben CHU Pui Kwan
23rd 01/02 Ir Paul PANG Tat Choi
24th 02/03 Ir Johnny FAN Siu Kay
25th 03/04 Ir Helen KWAN Po Jen
26th 04/05 Ir Joseph MAK Yiu Wing
27th 05/06 Ir Professor CHOY Kin Kuen

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