The HKSAR Government has set aside $1 billion for the establishment of the CITF to provide resources to encourage wider adoption of innovative construction methods and technology in the construction industry with a view to promoting productivity, uplifting built quality, improving site safety and enhancing environmental performance for the long-term competitiveness of the construction industry.
It was setup in 1988 and aims to increase the relationship between CIC and its members, organise events for members and strengthen relationship between members and the industry. Click here to view more information.
An industry-wide safety promotional campaign supported by the industry and jointly organised by the Department Bureau and the Construction Industry Council.
The construction industry is often considered as traditional and, in Hong Kong, in particular, it has seen slowing productivity and increasing costs in recent years.
We work together to push forward the development of the construction industry.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is not just a three dimensional drawing tool but a new tool to holistically manage information relating to construction projects from planning stage, to design, construction and operational stages.
In light of the latest development of the COVID-19 outbreak, the CIC has decided to close its public visiting centres including the CIC BIM Space, Construction Innovation Technology and Application Centre (CITAC), MiC Display Centre, Safety Experience Training Centre, and all the indoor areas of CIC-Zero Carbon Park, until further notice.
The CIC Service Centres at Kowloon Bay and Tsing Yi maintain workers registration services. Opening hours: (Tsing Yi & Kowloon Bay) 9 am - 6 pm, Mondays to Fridays; (Kowloon Bay) 9 am - 1 pm, Saturdays and Sundays. CIC Service Centre at Nam Cheong remains closed. Applicants applying for renewal/information update of workers registration are strongly advised to apply via the ‘easyJob’ mobile app or by post. For enquiries on workers' registration application, please call 2873 1911 from 9 am to 6 pm, Mondays to Fridays.
The Hong Kong Construction Industry Trade Testing Centre remains in operation.
All campuses and training grounds of the Hong Kong Institute of Construction (HKIC) will suspend face-to-face classes (including all full-time and part-time programmes) from 23 March 2020 until further notice. Detailed teaching and learning arrangements will be announced on HKIC website in due course (www.hkic.edu.hk).
Please note that all visitors must complete a health declaration form, take body temperature and wear masks before entering CIC premises. Visitors who have a body temperature higher than 37 degrees Celsius, not wearing masks, or have been to the countries/areas with outbreaks of COVID-19 in the past 14 days (Details are in accordance with the updated health quarantine announcements by Centre for Health Protection), are not allowed to enter the CIC premises. For details of the latest CHP updates, please refer to: www.chp.gov.hk
If you require any assistance, please call 2100 9000.