Walker, Anthony

Professor Walker has been teaching and researching at the University of Hong Kong since 1985 when he was appointed Founding Professor of the Department, prior to which he held academic appointments in the United Kingdom.

He was awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star by the Hong Kong Government in the 1998 Honours List for services to town planning as a result of his membership of the Town Planning Board and Vice-Chairman of its Metro Committee. He was awarded the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Achievement Award for contributions to real estate research and education.

Professor Walker has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level and has supervised many PhD candidates who now fill senior positions in academia and business. He has also acted as external examiner at all these levels.

Professor Walker’s main research field is project management but has also encompassed construction and real state economics and management. He has published thirteen books and editions of which Project Management in Construction which was first published in 1984 is in its fifth edition. He has also published numerous papers in the major academic journal as well a presenting keynote papers at major conferences. His work has found practical expression through commissions from construction and real estate organisations in Hong Kong and the World Bank. He has served on the editorial boards and referees for many major academic journals.

Rosman Wai

Wai, Rosman C.C.

Rosman Wai is a practising architect who has expert knowledge of public housing in Hong Kong.  Apart from the professional degree in architecture, she has obtained a Master degree in Architectural Conservation (with Distinction), and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from The University of Hong Kong.  She is the Chair of the Canberra Accord on Architectural Education (2021-23), an international organisation for determining substantial equivalency between accreditation systems in architectural education of multi-national signatories. She was the Vice President of the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (2015-16), and has served on the Architects Registration Board as Chairman of the Education and Accreditation Committee (2014-2020); Chair / Vice-chair of the Board of Educational Affairs, HKIA (2012-present); Director of Hong Kong Architecture Centre (2015-19); and Vice-Chair, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Architect Monitoring Committee Project, Hong Kong (2014 2021). She is now teaching at the Department of Real Estate and Construction, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Hong Kong.

She has published many articles on public housing and architectural practices and has been interviewed on the subject by various newspapers, television and radio stations as well as given talks and lectures in many local and international conferences and universities. Her recent book, “Design DNA OF Mark I – Hong Kong’s Public Housing Prototype” has won both the DAM (Deutsches Architekturmusem) Book Award as one of the 10 Best Architectural Book of 2020, and the Hong Kong Publishing Biennial Awards 2021 (Art and Design).

Victor Ng H T

Ng, Hoi Ting Victor

Victor possessed more than 20 years’ experience in leasing and management of shopping centers and office portfolio, with focus on strategic leasing planning, trade-mix revamp, asset enhancement, marketing and promotion. He was one of the founding members and is now the Fellow Member of the Institute of Shopping Centre Management (ISCM) in Hong Kong. He has been a chartered surveyor of RICS and HKIS over 17 years.

He has been in charge of most of the investment portfolio of Hang Lung in Hong Kong, namely the Fashion Walk, Peak Galleria, Grand Plaza, Gala Place and office portfolio in Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon. Before joining Hang Lung, Victor was the Deputy General Manager of Sino Land Company Limited overseeing over 2.5 million sf retail portfolio in Hong Kong, including tmtplaza, Olympian City, Citywalk, China HK City, etc. Victor was the Center Manager of Times Square and involved in the  leasing of Pacific Place , Festival Walk, and the launch of Citygate Outlets during his tenure with Swire

Victor was graduated from the B.Sc Surveying, the University of Hong Kong, then pursued his Master Degree in Marketing at The Chinese University Hong Kong . He was the Lecturer of  HKU SPACE from 2006 to 2011, and has taught the Master in Real Estate, HKU since 2019 and is appointed as the Adjunct Associate Professor by The University of Hong Kong .

Nicolson, Kenneth

Dr. Ken Nicolson attained his PhD at The University of Hong Kong in 2005 and completed the MSc(Conservation) with Distinction in 2002. A practitioner with over 30 years of experience, he has been teaching in the Architectural Conservation Programmes since 2002, where he is responsible for creating and developing the postgraduate course in cultural landscape at The University of Hong Kong, the first of its kind in Hong Kong and Mainland China. He has published two books on the topic, one of which is considered an essential reading for scholars and students of cultural landscapes in the context of Hong Kong. Throughout his academic and professional career, he has won many awards, including the Award of Merit for St. Andrew’s Church in the 2006 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation.

BSCSURV-21

REC UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXHIBITION 2021

This Undergraduate Research Exhibition is an annual event that celebrates the success of graduating students from the Department of Real Estate and Construction and the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes.

The fifth floor shall transform into a gallery showcasing the outstanding and creative works by our students. The exhibition not only highlights research findings of 55 selected projects conducted by the BSc(Surveying) and BA(Conservation) students, but also showcases the students’ excellent efforts over the past four years. We hope you will enjoy the exhibition and join us in wishing our 2021 graduates all the best and every success in future endeavours.

BACONS-21

ACP UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXHIBITION 2021

This Undergraduate Research Exhibition is an annual event that celebrates the success of graduating students from the Department of Real Estate and Construction and the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes.

The fifth floor shall transform into a gallery showcasing the outstanding and creative works by our students. The exhibition not only highlights research findings of 55 selected projects conducted by the BSc(Surveying) and BA(Conservation) students, but also showcases the students’ excellent efforts over the past four years. We hope you will enjoy the exhibition and join us in wishing our 2021 graduates all the best and every success in future endeavours.