CHAN Ka-kui
Chairman 's Blog
"On 8 July, CIC organised a consultation forum on land supply issues, which attracted about 250 construction practitioners to participate in the discussion. Participants unanimously agreed that land reclamation to develop new town is the best initiative to solve land supply problem."

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Construction Innovation & Technology Application Centre (CITAC)

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.

Construction Industry Sports & Volunteering Programme (CISVP)

Join our team and develop a caring and healthy life-style.

Zero Carbon Building

Construction Safety Week

An industry-wide safety promotional campaign supported by the industry and jointly organised by the Department Bureau and the Construction Industry Council.

Construction Innovation and Technology Fund (CITF)

The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has proposed setting aside $1 billion for the establishment of the Construction Innovation and Technology Fund (CITF) 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 industry in the next five years in order to enhance its long-term competitiveness.

Construction Industry Council Trainee Alumni Association (CICTAA)

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.

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

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.

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We work together to push forward the development of the construction industry.