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The Influence of Building Control in Hong Kong on the Role of the Chartered Structural Engineer in Project Management

Many structural engineering graduates in Hong Kong have experience of design and construction of state-of-the-art high-rise buildings. This technical and commercial experience, together with that gained from complying with building legislation, provides a sound foundation for the development of project management skills. J.K.W. Chan and D.A. Morris

Author(s): Chan, J K W;Morris, D A

Keywords: hong kong;project management;responsibilities;structural engineers;history;case studies