Hong Kong

  • Nat Morosoli Thursday, January 13, 2011 - 14:17
    The Change Request Document outlines the scope of the review and places the review in the wider context of APM strategy. Please see this document as a useful resources for the review group that outlines the scope and objectives of the review, the resources required for the review and provides deadlines for the review to deliver recommendations to the APM executive.To download a copy of the Change Request Document please follow the link below

  • Agee Leung Monday, February 24, 2014 - 06:43
    3 new 150+ room hotels will open in China every day for the next 25 years!That would assume a whole lot of project managers to manage the delivery of the assets and operations. It would benefit of a well defined efficient and effective set of (project management) processes. However, the reality as we learned is different.The context in which this is taking place is fascinating. An unprecedented growth that differs from the US and other markets in rate and characteristics as it are mainly greenfield projects instead of acquisitions. Major players are looking to multiply their room inventory...

  • Dawn Parker Wednesday, February 19, 2014 - 09:36
     DateTuesday 18th March 2014Time6.30pm Registration and refreshments7.00pm PresentationVenueRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellet Island, Causeway Bay, Hong KongPresented byLiam Bolger - Director, Project Management, HK & China, Sweett GroupCPDUp to 2 hours (find out more about CPD)CostMembers:Employees of APM Corporate Members:Non members (at the door): FreeFree£10 (about HK$125)The data centre industry is being fuelled by the explosive growth in data use, through areas including telecommunications, applications and storage.  With the ever changing business and technology...

  • Agee Leung Tuesday, January 14, 2014 - 06:52
    The January 2014 event of APMHK is about distributed leadership, an important contributor to project success, as they become more complex. We were pleased to have Dr Steve Simister, Director of the Project and Programme Management Centre at Henley Business School as our event speaker. The event was held at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club on 10.1.2014.Dr Simister is Director of the Project and Programme Management centre at Henley Business School.  In addition to his Henley role, Steve has a consultancy profile working with organizations, such as Pfizer, Network Rail, Deutsche...

  • Dawn Parker Tuesday, December 17, 2013 - 11:40
    DateFriday 10th January 2014Time6.30pm Registration and refreshments7.00pm PresentationVenueRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellet Island, Causeway Bay, Hong KongPresented byDr Steve Simister - Director of the Project and Programme Management Centre, Henley Business SchoolCPDUp to 2 hours (find out more about CPD)CostAPM members:Employees of APM Corporate Members:Non members:FreeFree£8.67We are pleased to invite Dr Steve Simister, Director of the Project and Programme Management Centre at, Henley Business School as our January event speaker. In his presentation, Steve will explore the idea that...

  • Agee Leung Friday, December 6, 2013 - 11:11
    The 2013 Christmas dinner of APMHK held on 3.12.2013 was a joyful and very meaningful event.  A total of ten tables of members and guests gathered at Hong Kong Football Club in Happy Valley celebrated the joys of Christmas. Total amount of HK$13,200 was fund-raised and donated to Red Cross for Philippines super typhoon recovery efforts.Special thanks to Aon, Arup, EC Harris, Hilti, HK Airport Authority, Mace, Maxim, P3M and RLB for supporting the event.  It was a golden opportunity to meet old friends, the atmosphere was more impressive than expected. We would also like to extend...

  • Agee Leung Friday, November 22, 2013 - 06:42
    The November 2013 APM HK event was very interesting and covered the hot topic of ‘sustainability’ in construction projects.  The presentation was delivered by Simon Moorhouse, Associate Director of the global consultancy and construction company Mace, and a Chartered Civil Engineer.  He is an expert on sustainability and his engaging talk was attended by 78 members and guests at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club on 19.11.2013.“Sustainable development” was defined in The Brundtland Commission’s first report in 1987, entitled “Our Common Future” as “development that meets the needs of...

  • Dawn Parker Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 05:45
    DateTuesday 18th February 2014Time6.30pm Registration and refreshments7.00pm PresentationVenueRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellet Island, Causeway Bay, Hong KongPresented byGert Noordzy - Director, Operations & Pre-opening, Asia PacificCPDUp to 2 hours (find out more about CPD)CostMembers:Employees of APM Corporate Members:Non members (at the door): FreeFree£10 (about HK$125)The article of Root Causes of New Hotel Opening Delays in Greater China will be published by Cornell Hospitality Research. The author and speaker, Gert Noordzy, would like to share the findings with the APM audience...

  • Agee Leung Monday, October 21, 2013 - 06:47
    The October event was held back at Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellet Island on 15.10.2013.  The interesting event entitled “Transport Oriented Development – from Strategy to Implementation” was presented by Mr. Jason Hutchings, Director of Hong Kong Atkins Limited.  It was well attended by over 90 members and guests. Jason has 26 years of experience in the architectural profession, of which nearly 20 years have been in South East Asia working in design, such as Arup Associates, Rocco Design, Aedas, RMJM and Atkins.  He is specialized in transportation, commercial, hotel...

  • Dawn Parker Friday, October 18, 2013 - 09:33
     DateTuesday 19th November 2013Time6.30pm Registration and refreshments7.00pm PresentationVenueRoyal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellet Island, Causeway Bay, Hong KongPresented bySimon Moorhouse - Associate Director of the global consultancy and construction company, MaceCPDUp to 2 hours (find out more about CPD)CostMembers:Employees of APM Corporate Members:Non members: FreeFree£10 (about HK$125)This event is now fully booked.In December 1983, the Secretary General of the United Nations, Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, asked the Prime Minister of Norway, Gro Harlem Brundtland, to create an...