" Construction training in Hong Kong began in 1975 with the establishment of the Construction Industry Training Authority (CITA). In 2018, the establishment of the Hong Kong Institute of Construction (HKIC) by the Construction Industry Council is another milestone for construction training in Hong Kong. To commemorate the 45th anniversary of construction training, HKIC commissioned historian Professor LAU Chi-pang to compose the first-ever historical publication on construction training in Hong Kong, which is highly collectible. " More ...
" The CIC launched the first registration scheme, Technically Competent Persons Registration Scheme (TCPRS), for site supervisory personnel as commissioned by the Building Department this year. The scheme aims to facilitate the administration and appointment of qualified TCPs for the construction industry and enhance their quality and continuing professional development. " More ...
CIC-ZCP is the first zero carbon building in Hong Kong developed by the CIC in collaboration with the HKSAR Government.
Hong Kong Institute of Construction (HKIC) is a member organisation of the Construction Industry Council (CIC).
CITAC serves as a knowledge hub to promote the implementation and application of construction innovation.
BIM is a new technology to holistically manage information relating to construction projects of different stages.
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