2020年4月3日 6:23:50

编号 : 2017194
项目名 : QSD Green Series 2017 (2): A Comparative Study of The Performance of Green Buildings in Hong Kong and Singapore
学会持续专业发展编号 : Formal Events
讲师 : Sr Dr. Ellen Lau

Ellen is a fellow member of HKIS and RICS. She taught quantity surveying courses for nearly 30 years and is presently involving more in supervising students for projects and dissertations. She previously worked with quantity surveying consultant firms and an international contractor before she started her academic career at City University of Hong Kong. Her research interests are generally in management, procurement and surveying. She has published many papers and has acted as reviewers in reputable journals and conferences, and edited two books in addition to involving in the accreditation process for acquiring international recognition for educational institution.
日期 : 15/12/2017
时间 : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Registration and networking time: from 6:30 pm)
持续进修小时 : 1.5
有关组别之资格预审前研习小时 : 1.5
地点 : 香港上环干诺道中111号永安中心12楼 1207室测量师研習中心
部门 : 工料测量组
截止日期 : 请参考备注
费用 : HK$120 for members; HK$180 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed); Free of charge for student members studying full time (subject to availability)
名额 : QSD Members; First-come-first-served
语言 : English
详情 :

Hong Kong and Singapore are always taken for comparison worldwide for economic social and education development. However not many studies refer to the organizational development of environmental issues of these two cities. The speaker attempts to examine the green building development in Singapore and Hong Kong, thereafter analyze those factors affecting the performance and efficiency of the development of green buildings, and finally, investigate the green building development orientation or architecture which leads to better urban performance of the city. The content of the talk means to: (i) compare and contrast the green building standards in Hong Kong and Singapore; (ii) compare the environmental performance of two green buildings in these cities; (iii) produce a summary of the benefits that could be brought to the city through the performance of green building design such that recommendation can be made for future development of the performance of green buildings.