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Industry Development

There are seven departments under Industry Development.  The current core initiatives being undertaken include design for safety, digitalisation, industralisation, and embracing innovation and advanced technologies

Industry Development Webinars are organised for industry stakeholders, for the sharing of knowledge and promotion of innovation and technology adoption in construction.

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

The CIC continues to develop itself as a Centre of Excellence for Building Information Modelling (BIM), formulate strategies for market transformation and promote cross-discipline collaboration and wider adoption of BIM.  The CIC provides support to the industry in five areas, via promotion on BIM adoption, standards and guidelines, training, BIM personnel certification and BIM course accreditation, and BIM-related research using CIC's Research and Technology Development Fund.  For more details, click HERE

BOARDS & COMMITTEES

Construction Business Development

The CIC aims to foster an efficient and healthy construction market through best practices and innovative solutions in areas such as tendering, project management, quality supervision and risk allocation.  In recent years, the CIC strives to facilitate local industry stakeholders in exploring the supply chain in the Greater Bay Area, and to strengthen exchanges across the borders.

Boards and Committees

Construction Innovation & Technology Application Centre (CITAC)

The CIC has established CITAC to serve as a knowledge hub by collecting, showcasing and promulgating the latest local and overseas construction technologies with a view to promoting the implementation and application of construction innovation.  For more details, click HERE

Boards and Committees

Construction Productivity

The CIC identifies and promotes the adoption of advanced technologies and construction methods to elevate the industry’s productivity.  Focused areas include promoting the adoption of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and driving the development and implementation of robotics & automation.  The CIC supports research in construction technologies and materials through CIC’s Research and Technology Development Fund (R&D Fund).  In addition, the CIC provides construction expenditure forecast and manpower forecast, and has established dashboards to provide industry’s key performance indicators for reference.  For more details on Research and Data, click HERE

Boards and Committees

Construction Safety

The CIC implements initiatives and measures for fostering a positive safety culture in the construction industry.  These include reviewing and monitoring safety performance, encouraging the adoption of new technologies to improve safety, enhancing the mechanism of safety management, providing guidelines on accident preventive measures and sharing good practices in relation to construction safety to improve safety performance.  For more details, click HERE

Boards and Committees

Environment & Sustainability

The CIC has been working as a proactive communication platform to promote sustainable construction among organisations and industry practitioners of the construction industry.  Sustainable construction is one of the essential aspects that helps to reduce the industry’s impact on the environment, society and economy.  For more details, click HERE

Boards and Committees

Modular Integrated Construction (MiC)

With an aim to facilitating wide adoption of MiC in Hong Kong, the CIC keeps abreast of the latest MiC trends and development worldwide.  The CIC provides information on relevant regulations and guidelines, as well as updates on MiC projects.  The CIC has set up a Resources Centre to share information and experience, engages industry stakeholders, and addresses their concerns for achieving success in their MiC journey.  For more details, click HERE

 

Webinars

Industry Development Webinars are organised for industry stakeholders, for the sharing of knowledge and promotion of innovation and technology adoption in construction. 

 

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Last Updated: 2021-01-05 17:46:34