PLEASE NOTE: THIS CPD SEMINAR IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.
This CPD seminar provided by Ir Michael Tang will cover the following:
The 1970s witnessed the take-off of the Hong Kong economy, and parallel with such economic development, a boom in property development. Fuelled by a rising demand for supporting professionals along with the opening of local tertiary education, design and the construction of local buildings had to be quickly localised.
Air conditioning systems, which are becoming an essential part of our daily life, have witnessed some fundamental changes along with advancements in technology and legislation, and most importantly, the growing concern on energy efficiency, health and comfort level.
Michael will give an overview of the design considerations and some legislature changes related and affecting buildings in our region.
Ir. Michael Tang graduated with a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Hong Kong in 1974. Upon graduation, he joined CLP Power as a graduate engineer and Operations Unit Engineer. He joined the government as an assistant engineer of Loi On Pai Desalination Plant in 1977.
He switched to work in the Building Industry by the end of 1978. He was appointed in 1989 as Director of Wong & Ouyang (Building Services) Ltd. Ir. Tang joined WSP Hong Kong Ltd in 2006, heading its Building Services Department in Hong Kong and China until his retirement in 2015.
Ir. Tang has completed many prestigious developments in leading positions, including the Kowloon Shangri la Hotel, Pacific Place, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Extension, Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace as well as the Hong Kong Velodrome.
CPD: 1.5 hours
Language: Cantonese (supplemented by technical terms in English)
How to Book
If you would like to book a place on this CPD event, please click here.
35 places are available on a first-come first-served basis.
HK$ 120 for CABE members, HK$ 150 for non-members.
Priority will be given to CABE members.
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No refunds or cancellations will be entertained after the seminar application is processed.