Mr LO is an engineer graduating with BSc and MSc degrees respectively from the Queen’s University and University of Waterloo, Canada. He joined the Hong Kong Government in 1985 and worked in different departments and bureaux since then. He worked in Highways Department (HyD) on major road infrastructures projects in North West New Territories including the Yuen Long Highway and Tuen Mun Road between 1988 and 1997. In 1997, he moved on to the policy bureau to work on formulating policy initiatives and drafting of legislations related to energy efficiency and conservation as well as waste management particularly on waste generated by the construction industry. He returned to the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) in 2004. After spending two years working in CEDD on environmental projects and new town development at Lantau Island, in 2006 he was once again called upon to work in the policy bureau to spearhead the formulation of policy as well as planning and implementation of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Project. In 2010, he returned to Kai Tak Office as Chief Engineer working on town planning, urban design, infrastructure planning, design and implementation for Kai Tak Development, the ex-airport site of 320 hectares. In 2015, he was posted to HyD, overseeing the mega project implementation of the Central Wanchai Bypass, a major road tunnel of about 3.7 km through the prime business districts along the northern shore of Hong Kong Island. In 2017, he returned to the Kowloon Development Office of CEDD, as Deputy Project Manager overseeing the implementation of entrusted works of the West Kowloon Cultural District and other infrastructure projects in Kowloon and Kai Tak. On 1 December 2017, he took up the post of Head (Kai Tak Office) coordinating the design, development and implementation of Kai Tak Development including the proposed Environmentally Friendly Linkage System that provide crucial inter and intra districts transport link for Kai Tak and East Kowloon.
Thursday, June 7, 2018
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Off site (various)
Board a traditional Hong Kong junk boat for a tour of Hong Kong's harbourfront and hear from experts on the future development of three key sites along the way.