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Strategic Public Policy Forum

Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) Supply Chain in the Greater Bay Area for Hong Kong Development: Policy Roadmap and Action Plan

Time: 2:30 pm – 5:40 pm, Wednesday 30 August 2023

Venue: Rayson Huang Theatre, The University of Hong Kong


                      Please register via the above link on or before 28 August 2023 (first come first served basis):

Event Fee: Free of charge

CPD Credit: This forum is recommended for three CPD-hour credits. 

                    E-Certificate of Attendance will be issued to participants attending physically.

Enquiries: For enquiry on this event, please contact Ms Ruby Kwok (, +852 3917 4986), or Miss Iris Wu at                                      (, +852 2241 5995) of the Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong.

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About the event

Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) is widely regarded as the most advanced off-site construction approach, with demonstrated benefits in the areas of quality, productivity, safety and sustainability. Since 2017, there has been a significantly increasing demand for MiC in Hong Kong for various sectors including public and private housing, elderly homes, hostels, hospitals, etc. but the MiC supply chain is still in its early stage and facing various technical and management challenges. This forum is part of the research project entitled “Enhancing Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) Supply Chain in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) for Hong Kong (HK) Development” funded by the HKSAR Government under the Strategic Public Policy Research (SPPR) funding scheme (Project Number: S2019.A8.013). The project aims to establish a favourable business environment and recommend a policy roadmap with an action plan for enhancing the MiC supply chain in the GBA for HK development.

The forum will share the preliminary public policy roadmap with action plan for the MiC supply chain and solicit feedback from wide stakeholders. The event will feature renowned speakers from government, industry and academia to share state-of-the-art research, practice and policy for MiC supply chain and enable exchange of innovative ideas and practices.

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