This CPD seminar provided by Ir Chan Chi Ming Antonio, Deputy Managing Director of REC Engineering Group will cover the following:
In 2017 and 2018 Government Policy Address, the Chief Executive had already pointed out the shortage of parking spaces in Hong Kong. A series of short and medium to long-term measures to increase parking spaces in various districts will be implemented. The measures include providing more parking spaces in “Government, Institution or Community” facilities and public open spaces projects in line with single site, multiple use principle. In 2019 Policy address, the government would be taking forward pilot projects of Automatic Parking Systems.
We are glad to be involved in the first pilot project of such kind offering extra 8-space from a 5-space parking log. With add on features including an advance booking system, this pilot project has opened up more opportunities in solving the parking spaces problem in Hong Kong. In addition, different types of system for different applications will also be shared in order to allow the audience more knowledge about their particular choice.
Antonio has been in the industry for more than 30 years and has been working in various professions including consultant, contractor and developer. He has been working in Hong Kong, mainland China, Singapore as well as United Kingdom.
Antonio serves on a number of professional bodies including Hong Kong Green Building Council as a Director from 2013 to 2019. He is the Immediate Past President of the Hong Kong Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Association, Vice President of the Federation of Electrical and Mechanical Contractor, Past Chairman of the HKIE Building Services Division, Member of the Guangzhou Association for Science and Technology, Member of Steering Committee of Construction Innovation and Technology Fund and Member of Electrical Safety Advisory Committee.
CPD: 1.5 hours
How to Book
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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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