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Building on empty

Demand for skilled engineers outstrips supply, Raymond Ma reports. ...

More room for boom

Lack of manpower is undermining property and construction industry’s solid prospects, writes Chris Davis. ...

Ove Arup trainee builds future

Alice Luk Ping-wai has always been keen on maths and science, interests which have inspired her to follow a career in civil engineering, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

URS engineer drafts his goals

Edmond Chan, an engineer at URS Hong Kong, joined the company as part of its Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) Scheme “A” training programme after graduating from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2007, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

AECOM's supervisor of change

Shirley Cheng Shu-wai, resident engineer at AECOM, was inspired to join the construction industry because she was attracted by the diversity of civil engineering and the dynamics of the construction industry, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

MTRC engineer cements trust

Jimmy Poon Kin-keung became interested in the construction industry at Aberdeen Technical School, where he was exposed to subjects that students in other schools might not have a chance to learn, such as technical design and drawings, and metal and woodwork, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...

Right TRACK

MTRC expert is solid on future of engineering, writes Andrea Zavadszky. ...

Boyhood craze sparks career

As a child, Timothy Chan, was always keen to learn how buildings, bridges, tunnels and other infrastructure are built, writes Wong Yat-hei. ...