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Saturday, December 21 2019 - 02:45
AsiaNet
Construction Innovation Expo 2019 Successfully Concluded With Over 23,800 Visitors and 228 Exhibitors
HONG KONG, Dec. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

The Construction Innovation Expo 2019 (CIExpo) was successfully concluded 
today. Jointly co-organised by Construction Industry Council (CIC) and the 
Development Bureau (DEVB) and supported by Centre of Science and Technology 
Industrial Development (CSTID), Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development 
(MOHURD) of the People's Republic of China, the four-day exhibition ran from 17 
to 20 December and attracted over 23,800 visitors and 228 exhibitors from 15 
countries and regions to participate.

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Executive Director of the CIC, Ir Albert CHENG indicated that the CIExpo has 
triumphantly showcased advanced construction technologies and provided a 
knowledge sharing and business matching platform for the industry."Innovation 
and technology is a world trend driving the transformation of the construction 
industry. Through this Expo, I hope the entire industry would embrace a new era 
of innovation and new technology," he said. 

The CIExpo features four key themes, namely Offsite Construction, Robotics and 
Automation, Digital Solutions, and Advanced Technologies and Materials. About 
40 local and overseas experts, academics, government officials and 
entrepreneurs from engineering backgrounds shared their extensive experience 
and knowledge at four international conferences about "Building Information 
Modelling (BIM)", "Modular Integrated Construction (MiC)", "Design for 
Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA), Robotics and Automation" and "Building Asia 
Forum". Ten technical tours were arranged to demonstrate local innovative 
buildings and facilitates including MiC Display Centre, CIC -- Zero Carbon 
Park, CIC BIM Space, Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Tank, Hong 
Kong Drainage Tunnel Project, revitalisation projects at Shanghai Street and 
Lee Tung Street as well as T-Park (a sludge treatment facility), etc.  

For more details of the CIExpo, please visit the website: http://ciexpo.cic.hk. 

For more photos about CIExpo, please visit: 
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zc1f3ummjv41owm/AABAuGcaaKzmLs-ulUvV8j37a?dl=0

About the Construction Industry Council

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) was formed in 2007 under the 
Construction Industry Council Ordinance (Cap. 587). The CIC consists of a 
chairman and 24 members representing various sectors of the industry including 
employers, professionals, academics, contractors, workers, independent persons 
and Government officials. 

The main functions of the CIC are to forge consensus on long-term strategic 
issues, convey the industry's needs and aspirations to the Government, provide 
professional training and registration services, and serve as a communication 
channel between the Government and the construction industry. 

Please visit: www.cic.hk for further details.

source: Construction Industry Council

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officials and entrepreneurs from engineering backgrounds presented at four 
international conferences

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   Caption: The booth of Construction Industry Council showcases advanced 
construction technologies. The “Hologram Table” provides interaction with users 
by displaying 3D images of buildings and objects

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