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Day 1 – Thursday 14 Sept

Rethinking Built Spaces

In the wake of climate change, the need for cities to evolve towards sustainability has never been more pressing. Embracing a smart green city presents a vision for the future, where urban environments are designed to be liveable, climate-resilient, carbon-neutral, and driven by innovative sustainable solutions.

Rethinking Built Spaces is designed to highlight this vision and explore the innovative strategies, designs and technologies that will shape the smart green cities of tomorrow. Hear from industry experts on the key components of developing liveable neighbourhoods, the latest climate-responsive designs, building and facilities management technology applications, as well as green solutions and materials.

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11:00 – 11:10

Opening Welcome: Rethinking Built Spaces

11:00 – 11:10


Ir Dr Cary Chan

Hong Kong Green Building Council

Executive Director

Ir Dr Cary Chan, JP is a professional engineer and is currently the Executive Director of Hong Kong Green Building Council. Cary has been playing a leadership role in the development of sustainable buildings within Hong Kong and abroad. In 2019, he has put “Advancing Net Zero Carbon Mission” as one of the HKGBC’s main focuses. His strategy is well recognised and welcome by the local industry and the World Green Building Council.


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11:10 – 11:20

A New Electric and Digital Era for Our Smart Green City

11:10 – 11:20


Jonathan Chiu

Schneider Electric

Hong Kong President

Jonathan Chiu is President of Schneider Electric (Hong Kong) Limited. Appointed to this role in February 2019, he is responsible for overseeing the company’s overall strategy, operations and business transformation. Jonathan joined Schneider Electric in 1996 and has accumulated more than two decades of experience in various managerial positions. He has been a key driving force in Schneider Electric’s business growth and in consolidating the company’s market leadership in the Greater China region.

Prior to his current role, Jonathan was the Vice President of Partner and Channel covering Low-voltage Power Products and Digital Energy Business of Schneider Electric Hong Kong. He also led the Secure Power Division which drives the businesses of IT channel and mission-critical data centers in Hong Kong. Previously, Jonathan also served as the General Manager of APC by Schneider Electric, and a member of the Senior Leadership Team of APC Greater China. Jonathan’s experience across the breadth of businesses and his in-depth understanding of digital technologies form Schneider Electric’s mission to be a digital partner in sustainability and efficiency for customers. He is also passionate about empowering businesses to digitally transform throughout the life cycle with innovative strategies and trusted technology.

Jonathan holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the University of Hong Kong, a Master of Business Administration from City University of Hong Kong and a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program.

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11:20 – 12:10

Embracing the Future of a Smart Green City: Retrofits for the Future

11:20 – 12:10

In Hong Kong, buildings and related activities account for about 90% of our electricity usage and 60% of our carbon emissions. In view of the city’s goal to achieve carbon neutrality before 2050, as set out by the Government in its Climate Action Plan 2050, there is a need to optimise buildings new and old to create the greatest energy efficiency.


  • How should we transform and retrofit existing building portfolios to operate sustainably?
  • What impact does retrofitting of existing buildings have on energy saving and the city’s carbon reduction goals? How can we establish the business case for the retrofit of existing buildings in Hong Kong? Perspectives from the challenges and opportunities therein.

Post-Event Actions

  • Understand the practices and concerted efforts of various industry players and their contributions to expedite the decarbonisation journey of Hong Kong buildings.
  • Seek further knowledge enhancement in the area of net-zero carbon buildings through attending professional trainings and/or joining professional bodies such as the HKGBC.


Richard Wang

Environmental Resources Management

Principal Consultant

Dr Richard Wang is the team leader of ESG Advisory in the Hong Kong office, specialising in Corporate Sustainability and Climate Change services as a part of the Low Carbon Economy Transition. Richard has significant experience in corporate strategy and sustainability, TCFD disclosure, GHG emissions inventory, target setting (scope 1-3), ESG reporting, supply chain management and sustainable buildings. He is the project lead of the third real estate developer in Asia to receive the Science Based Targets initiative’s (SBTi) approval of its near-term 1.5°C aligned science-based targets (SBTs).

Dr Amie Lai

Great Eagle Holdings Limited

General Manager, Sustainability

Dr Amie Lai, General Manager, Sustainability at Great Eagle, leads the design and implementation of long-term decarbonization and net zero roadmaps, climate and sustainability strategies for the company’s global operations. By engaging stakeholders, setting targets, and developing corresponding action plans, Dr Amie Lai leads a team that manages the full spectrum of the company’s environmental, social, and economic impacts. She strives to further ingrain sustainability into Great Eagle’s corporate culture and business practices.

Wing Law


CEO, Asia

Wing Law is the CEO, Asia at Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group. With more than 20 years of experience in engineering and construction in the infrastructure and transport markets, he has a proven track record of fostering talent development and successfully leading and growing businesses across Asia. Driven by the company’s purpose of “Engineering a Better Future For Our Planet and Its People”, he is bringing clients world-leading and sustainable solutions to deliver their projects while reducing carbon footprints.

Mr. Law was previously Managing Director of WSP’s Asia transport and infrastructure business, and held senior management and operational roles at Gammon, Arup and Jacobs. Mr. Law is a registered Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) and Hong Kong Institute of Engineers (HKIE). He is also a Registered Professional Engineer and a Registered Geotechnical Engineer in Hong Kong.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

We continue to engineer a sustainable society with our partners and clients to achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050.

Zhenglin Wang

Keppel Infrastructure

Head, Partnerships, Energy-as-a-Service

Zhenglin is an energy industry professional with over 15 years of business development and commercial experience. He drives Marketing & Partnerships for Energy-as-a-Service (‘EaaS’) – Keppel Infrastructure’s one-stop customer-centric energy solution for achieving carbon neutrality targets with zero capex, energy efficiency improvements, green off-settings and smart operations. Zhenglin leads sustainability related engagements with Keppel’s strategic partners, governments, and corporates in Singapore as well as the Asia Pacific. Prior to heading up Marketing & Partnerships, Zhenglin supported the expansion of Keppel’s district cooling network in Singapore and the region.

Zhenglin also leads business development for Volt, Keppel’s electric mobility brand. His responsibilities include expanding the coverage of the charging network, driving partnerships with strategic partners and developing charging infrastructure solutions for Singapore and the region.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

I hope to see an increased penetration for sustainability solutions, building towards Hong Kong’s pathway to Net Zero

Ir Dr Conrad Wong

Yau Lee Holdings Limited

Vice Chairman

Ir Dr Conrad Wong is a professional engineer who has over 30 years of building construction experience. He is the Vice Chairman of Yau Lee Holdings Limited, a major building construction group engages in Hong Kong and China market.
Ir Dr Wong is the Chairman of the Council of the Hong Kong Metropolitan University, the Chairman of the New Energy Transport Fund Steering Committee, the Member of the Energy Advisory Committee and the Member of the Town Planning Board.

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12:10 – 13:00

Reducing Embodied Carbon: Building a Critical Mass to Accelerate Scaling of Low Carbon Construction

12:10 – 13:00

Developers and companies involved in the construction of new buildings are seeking to reduce carbon emissions by 25-50%. This is driving new opportunities in construction techniques and low carbon construction materials sourcing, including mainland supply chains of steel and cement. Join our expert panellists as they discuss strategies to reduce embodied carbon in the construction industry.


  • Strategies for incorporating low carbon materials in construction projects, and the role of various market players along the construction value chain.

Post-event Actions

  • Encourage delegates to set embodied carbon reduction targets.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the low carbon construction value chain and the work of organisations such as the Construction Industry Council.
  • Integrate consideration of low carbon materials into existing procurement processes.


Liam Salter

RESET Carbon Limited


Liam is Founder and CEO at RESET Carbon Ltd since 2009. RESET offers solutions to companies seeking to measure and reduce their carbon footprint with a focus on Asian markets.

Previously Liam was the Director of WWF’s International’s Asia-Pacific Climate Programme, where he built and managed a ten-country team. At WWF Liam also co-led the design and set-up of the Gold Standard, which is now a leading certification system for project level carbon offsets and other environmental and social attributes.

Liam holds a Masters of Science in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

  • Our Carbon Leadership Programme is one of the most innovative decarbonisation programs on the market. We want to accelerate its reach and scale up to deliver it across 250 sites by the end of 2023.
  • Replicate the successful Carbon Leadership Programme model across other sectors, expanding our reach and impact.
  • Drive the development of the low carbon construction material market
    ·      Continue to support leading Hong Kong customers to develop and implement Science Based Carbon Target Roadmaps

Margaret Ho

Construction Industry Council

Senior Manager, Industry Development

Margaret is an ESG and sustainability specialist dedicated to driving the construction industry’s progress towards a net-zero future. With a wealth of experience developing ESG strategies and plans for construction companies, and a strong academic background in environmental management, Margaret currently spearheads numerous sustainability initiatives at the Construction Industry Council. Her mission encompasses culture shaping, standardisation, and tools development and adoption such as the CIC Carbon Assessment Tool (CAT), CIC Sustainable Finance Certification Scheme (SFCS), CIC Green Product Certification (GPC).

Having previously excelled as a corporate communications professional for over a decade, Margaret’s true passion lies in translating sustainable development principles and goals into tangible actions and values.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

In 2023-24, my sustainability goal is to establish a platform that raises awareness about sectoral sustainability and empowers the construction industry to take tangible actions towards a greener future.

Mark Lam

Hongkong Land Limited

Head of Investor Relations & Corporate Sustainability

Mark Lam is the Head of Investor Relations & Corporate Sustainability. He is responsible for managing the Group’s relationships with stakeholders across the investment community, as well as the development and implementation of the Group’s sustainability strategy.

Prior to his current role, Mr Lam served as a Senior Corporate Finance Manager, where he supported the development of Group-wide strategies, including investment evaluations and board reporting. Before joining Hongkong Land, he was a Director at KPMG’s Deal Advisory practice, advising investors on cross-border transactions across the region.

Mr Lam is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting from the University of British Columbia.

Samanta Pong

Shiu Wing Steel Ltd.

Executive Director

Samanta has been with Shiu Wing for 20 years. Shiu Wing is the leading steel manufacturer and rebar trading company in Hong Kong. The steel industry is highly carbon-intensive and Shiu Wing aims to reduce the upfront carbon of its products through responsible procurement and offering offsite prefabrication processing to its customers. In addition, Shiu Wing commissioned the largest solar energy generation system in Hong Kong in 2022 on the rooftop of its mill in Tuen Mun.

Samanta holds a Master of Engineering degree from University of Oxford. She is currently a member of the Industry Standards and Practices Committee at the Hong Kong Green Building Council, and a member of the Steering Committee of the Circular Economy Advisory Group at the Business Environment Council. In addition, she was a member of the Council of Sustainable Development under the Environment Bureau from 2017 to 2023.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

To increase awareness of embodied carbon of building materials among stakeholders

Susan Siu

Gammon Construction Limited

Head of Procurement

Susan Siu is the Head of Procurement of Gammon Construction Limited. She is responsible for managing the Company’s procurement on materials and services for its construction projects, including the formulation of procurement strategy and policy, strategic and sustainable procurement, supply chain development and supply risk management. Susan spearheaded various sustainable procurement initiatives such as FSC timber, plastic recycling, biofuel, and circularity in Gammon.

Susan is a member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply of UK and the Chair of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply Hong Kong Branch. She holds a Master of Operations and Supply Chain Management from the University of Liverpool, UK.

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14:00 – 15:00

Embracing the Future of a Smart Green City: Liveable Neighbourhoods

14:00 – 15:00

Discover how green buildings are redefining the future of urban neighbourhoods through remarkable building projects that balance community development and ecological conservation in the neighbourhood environment.


  • What are the key strategies, elements and technologies to enhance future residential projects for a healthier, more comfortable and vibrant neighbourhood?

Post-Event Actions

  • Gain insights on how people-centric planning, design and construction of neighbourhoods can enhance liveability, both environmentally and socially.
  • Seek further knowledge enhancement in the area of sustainable buildings by attending professional training and / or joining professional bodies such as HKGBC.


Vivian Lee

Aurecon Group

Executive Director, Water, Sustainability and Climate Change – Greater China

Vivian has served as both in-house sustainability expert and consultant to bring innovative solutions and multi-dimensional perspectives to enhance corporate / project’s sustainability profile. She has worked on many climate risk and adaptation projects and is passionate about advancing net zero and nature positive initiatives.
 My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Government has stronger policy support on decarbonization and more organisations take faster actions to reduce emissions

YU Ching Yan, Johnny

Henderson Land Group

Head of Sustainability

Mr Yu Ching Yan, Johnny joined the Company in 2020 as the advisor to Chairman. Prior to joining the Company, Mr Yu held various senior positions with UBS, Credit Suisse and Price Waterhouse in both Hong Kong and London. He brought 28 years of extensive experience covering multiple disciplines including sales and marketing, investment advisory, accounting, tax and risk management and control. He leads the sustainability development of the Company and won the prestigious Business Leadership in Sustainability Award at the Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards 2022, organised by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC). He also provides strategic advisory on property sales and marketing, policy formulation, digital transformation and innovation. Mr Yu graduated from The London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London with a bachelor’s degree in Management Science and attained his MBA degree in Finance with City University of London. He is a member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and Chartered Financial Analyst Institute.

My sustainability goals for 2023:

  • Henderson Land Development Company Limited’s 2030 Sustainability Vision, ‘G.I.V.E.’, has four primary drivers: Green for Planet, Innovation for Future, Value for People and Endeavour for Community, aligning with our commitments to the UNSDGs.

Simon Law

Sino Group

Assistant General Manager (Innovation)

Dr. Simon Law’s main role is to identify deep technology solutions for the group’s adoptions. He was previously the Director for Universities and Institutions for the HKSTP where he led the effort to develop and implement programs to engage renowned universities and institutes to identify collaboration opportunities for technology commercialization with HKSTP.

He joined the Technology Transfer Center (TTC) at the Hong Kong University and Science and Technology (HKUST) in 2010, where he eventually assumed the position of the Director of TTC and Chief Executive Officer of the HKUST R and D Corporation Limited, with responsibilities for the University’s intellectual property management, patent portfolio development, patent licensing, academic-industrial collaboration, technology commercialization and technology based entrepreneurship, startup incubation and funding schemes including setting up the university’s investment fund for deep technology startups.

Steven Au

Nan Fung Development Limited

Deputy General Manager, Project Department, Hong Kong Property Division

Steven Au serves as the Deputy General Manager of Nan Fung Development Ltd. He is a member of the HKIE, IStructE & RPE. He has over 20 years of experience in project management and strategic planning for large-scale high-rise commercial retail, office and residential development portfolio in HK, Macau and China.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

I would like to see more sustainability initiatives and pioneer exemplar projects that could help to shape a better green culture in Hong Kong and promoting good social return to our community.

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15:00 – 16:00

Embracing the Future of a Smart Green City: Climate Resilient & Carbon Neutral Designs

15:00 – 16:00

Explore how the industry is gearing up its resilience and decarbonisation capabilities in infrastructure solutions and data management in the wake of our rapidly changing climate.


  • How can future development projects design to be designed to preserve the natural environment and mitigate the impacts of climate change?
  • What are some digital designs to decarbonise buildings and foster an ecosystem of climate resilient actions among different stakeholders?

Post-Event Actions

  • Gain insights on why and how the building industry in Hong Kong is preparing the city’s buildings for the negative impacts of climate change via the adoption of climate-resilient and carbon-neutral approaches.
  • Seek further knowledge enhancement in the area of sustainable buildings by attending professional training and / or joining professional bodies such as HKGBC.


Michele Lui

Hip Hing Construction Group

Manager (Business Development)

Graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a Building Engineering and Management degree in 2012, Michele joined Hip Hing Construction Group as a Management Trainee and was the project in charge of few recent notable MiC Projects, namely InnoCell, Yuen Long and Penny’s Bay Phase 3A for the HKSAR Government.

She was the ex-Chairperson and Council Member of The Chartered Institute of Building Novus. Currently, she is the Council Member of PolyU BRE Alumni Association, Officer of Hong Kong Construction Association Young Members’ Society and Committee of Construction Industry Council Young Affairs Committee.

She recently received the Chief Executive’s commendation 2022 in recognition of her contributions to the construction industry. She is also the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Young Achiever of the Year 2021, Chartered Institute of Building Construction Manager of the Year 2020 and CIC Outstanding Construction Manager Sustainability Award 2020.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

ReThink and take action, making Hong Kong the liveable city we love and joy with.

David Gallacher


Director, Environment

Dr. David Gallacher is an environmental specialist with AECOM, and has worked across the Asia region, based primarily in Hong Kong but also having spent time in Shanghai, Delhi and Singapore. He has an academic background in ecology and environmental management, and has experience in a wide range of project types including environmental planning, impact assessment and monitoring, nature-based solution design, sustainable urban planning , water sensitive urban design and ESG Reporting. David current HKIEIA ExCom Secretary and member of the HKIQEP.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

A move towards a more quantitative understanding of our relationships with nature, allowing us to identify risks and dependences and plan for a nature-positive future.

Antonia Da Cruz

Zero2 Negawatt

Head of Community

Antonia began her career in the financial industry spending five years in equity sales and research at brokerage house CLSA, before moving to Singapore to join RHB Banking Group deliver clients a full suite of banking products. In 2015, she made the monumental decision to switch careers and pursue her passion in health & wellness, returning to Hong Kong to join the GuavaPass team as its General Manager until the company was acquired by its biggest competitor ClassPass in January 2019.

Since then, Antonia has worked with other start ups, like social enterprise Kindred in the UK, and most recently at a progressive mental health clinic mindish. As a wellness advocate, Antonia is a certified Neuro Linguistic Practitioner, has completed her EKAA Level 5 hypnotherapy course, Reiki Level 2, and RYT 300. She joined Zero2 a few months ago to help drive more social and wellbeing practices throughout the community.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Negawatt’s newly launched B2B2C app, Zero2 rewards individuals that contribute to Hong Kong’s ESG and 2050 net zero target. Our vision is to create Asia’s largest regenerative economy with smart and sustainable cities.


Yiksing Yeung

Digital – Products, CLP

Senior Product Manager

Yiksing has been an enthusiastic advocate on the use of decarbonisation technologies to respond to sustainability challenges, with particular focus in new energy and energy storage. As a technology lead in his role and a member of CLP’s Energy Storage Development Group, Yiksing has deployed pilot energy storage solutions in Hong Kong and advocating new energy storage technology to the CLP’s broader businesses regions across the Asia-Pacific.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

I look forward to enabling our customers and the wider society on their decarbonisation journey with technology and decarbonisation solutions.

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16:10 – 17:05

Embracing the Future of a Smart Green City: Innovative Technologies

16:10 – 17:05

Explore how the industry is gearing up its resilience and decarbonisation capabilities in infrastructure solutions and building energy management in the wake of our rapidly changing climate.


  • How can emerging technologies, i.e. data analytics, artificial intelligence, IoT, augmented reality etc. be applied to building operation and management?

Post-Event Actions

  • Gain insights on how innovations and technologies are paving the way for Hong Kong’s infrastructure projects to achieve energy efficiency and carbon neutrality by 2050.
  • Seek further knowledge enhancement in the area of sustainable buildings by attending professional training and / or joining professional bodies such as HKGBC.


Ir Eagle Mo

Telemax Environmental & Energy Management Limited

Managing Director

Ir Rr Eagle Mo graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and later obtained a Master’s degree from the University of Hong Kong. After graduation, she worked in the consulting industry for over 10 years before becoming a lecturer at the Polytechnic University. In 2009, Ir Rr Eagle Mo founded Telemax Environmental and Energy Management Limited (TEEM), a company that offers professional consulting services in building service, green building, environmental, energy, and carbon emissions.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Global warming & extreme weather are threatening our world. HK targets to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Therefore, technologies for green building, carbon emission, clean energy, smart management & operation are critical. The collaboration of different technologies could definitely help to achieve this goal.

Adrian Lo

SOCAM Development Limited

Director of Corporate Development

Mr. Adrian Lo is the Director, Corporate Development of SOCAM Development Limited. He joined the Company in 2018 as Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer and was the Head of Corporate Development before he took up the current position in 2022. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Lo founded and operated his own restaurant and catering business for five years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in East Asian Studies with a focus in political science from Trinity College, Hartford, CT.

Lewis Lam

Kai Shing Management Services Limited

Deputy General Manager (Property Management)

Lewis Lam is the team leader of the company’s Technology Applications Working Committee and a member of the company’s ESG Committee. He is tasked to explore, apply and develop solutions that could enable more intelligent and greener property management practices. Lewis is a licensed property management services practitioner in Hong Kong and has professionally affiliated with organizations related to real estate and property management.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Explore more case studies with successful and smart innovations that are causing behavioral change of people.


Travis Kan

Schneider Electric

Director, Digital Energy & Power Products

As the Director of Schneider Electric Hong Kong’s Digital Energy & Power Products divisions, Travis Kan drives the company’s energy management business via strategic initiatives, digital solutions, marketing, and partnerships. He serves as a trusted partner in delivering energy management solutions towards carbon neutrality, working closely with end users, consultants and contractors to bring the latest innovations to the market.

Travis is a strong business development professional with a wealth of experience in the energy industry. His previous roles span Engineering, Sales & Marketing, Business Development and General Management. Prior to re-joining Schneider Electric in 2023, he worked with leading companies, including General Electric and CLP, gaining a comprehensive pool of solid experience in power generation, transmission and distribution, control and automation, building energy management, and digital solutions.

A Fellow of The Energy Institute in the United Kingdom, Travis also serves as a part-time guest lecturer for various universities in Hong Kong.

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17:05 – 18:00

Embracing the Future of a Smart Green City: Green Solutions & Materials

17:05 – 18:00

Learn how green building materials and solutions can help our buildings to become more energy-saving in terms of design, construction and operations, while also ensuring functionality, aesthetics and cost-efficiency.


  • How can developers collaborate with other parties to minimise embodied carbon in construction materials?
  • What are some effective solutions to reduce carbon footprint and enhance energy efficiency in buildings in order to head towards carbon neutrality?

Post-Event Actions

  • Understand the value of green solutions for building projects, such as increasing resilience to the prices of raw materials, reducing carbon emissions and waste production, achieving higher asset valuations, maintaining natural ecosystem services, and creating a positive brand image.
  • Seek further knowledge enhancement in the area of sustainable buildings by attending professional training and / or joining professional bodies such as HKGBC.


Ir K.F. Chan

Southa Engineering Limited


KF is a specialist in both ends of the temperature scale spanning from CO2 refrigeration and Organic Rankine Cycle to high temperature incineration. He is a fervent hands-on promoter of novel technologies such as big data analytics cum digital twin in energy performance contracts and low carbon construction.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Reducing building energy consumption by 10% every year, through deployment of IoT and AI, until the carbon neutrality target is met.

Steve Lewis


Partner & head of Infrastructure, Major Programmes and Construction advisory

Steve is an experienced and versatile Chartered Surveyor and EY Partner with experience of working with organisations at a strategic, programme and project level in both the private & public sectors in the UK, China, Middle East and AsPac.
Steve has extensive experience advising on a range of fast moving and complex projects in a variety of roles spanning the asset lifecycle and as a lead adviser on a large range of infrastructure and other built asset construction and operation programmes. Steve has held roles in Government, quasi-Government and private sector programmes including the provision of advice in respect of infrastructure digitalisation and technology enabled development and operation amd setting up complex projects.

Ir Nelson Lo


Assistant General Manager – Property Management

Nelson has over 30 years’ working experiences in energy management, green property and sustainability management, construction / project management, engineering design, contracting, operation and maintenance, testing & commissioning of building services systems.

Nelson is the chairperson of ESG Working Sub Committee – Green Building of Towngas ESG Working Committee to look after Towngas ESG developments in Green Buildings.

Nelson has also carried out many significant energy saving projects and implemented new energy saving technology applications in industrial plants, commercial buildings and data centres.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

More and more innovative and smart energy saving and carbon reduction applications in Hong Kong.

Carmen Ng

Hang Lung Properties Limited

Deputy General Manager – Sustainability

Carmen Ng is currently the Deputy General Manager – Sustainability of Hang Lung Properties. In her role, she is responsible for the development and implementation of sustainability strategies to deliver sustainability goals and targets through collaboration and partnership with internal and external stakeholders. She also leads the coordination and delivery of the annual Sustainability Report in accordance with local and international reporting standards such as HKEx, GRI, TCFD, and ISSB.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

To increase awareness that sustainability is a shared responsibility and to embed this mindset deeply into the DNA of people around us.

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Day 2 – Friday 15 Sept

Rethinking Facilities Management

The lifting of COVID restrictions in Hong Kong has drawn increasing attention to our relationship with and time spent in commercial, residential, community and public spaces. Companies have since started bringing into conversation how business strategies and practices should be redefined for more environment and social-oriented initiatives, as well as the integration of innovation to enable more tech-efficient use of space.

Rethinking Facilities Management will advise on what this could mean for offices of the future, procurement and a new vision for sustainable facilities management.

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10:30 – 10:35

Opening Welcome: Rethinking Facilities Management

10:30 – 10:35


Raymond Koh

IFMA Hong Kong Chapter


Raymond Koh is currently the President (2023-2024) of IFMA Hong Kong Chapter. He has been Board of Director of IFMA Hong Kong Chapter since 2019.

Raymond joined the Hong Kong Jockey Club since August 2018 as the Head of Property Facilities Management. He is responsible for managing all technical services and facilities management, including infrastructure systems of the Club’s property portfolio to support the Club’s business objectives and operational needs.
Raymond, a seasoned engineer with more than 25 years of experiences in leading facilities management and engineering services with various mega resorts, business and city hotels in multiple major cities; namely, Marina Bay Sands Singapore; City of Dreams Macau; MGM Macau; Grand Hyatt Beijing, Shangri-La Singapore; and Hilton Singapore.

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