Four more Hong Kong firms join the NEC Users’ Group as gold members

Four more Hong Kong firms join the NEC Users’ Group as gold members

The NEC Users’ Group is an international community of NEC users, representing and connecting organisations from across the supply chain.

I am pleased to note that four more Hong Kong consultants and contractors have recently joined the NEC Users’ Group as gold members. They are Ronald Lu and Partners, Sanfield (Management) Ltd, Suez (Asia Pacific) Ltd and TK Elevator HK Ltd. We wish them a warm welcome.

Gold membership is for organisations making substantial use of NEC and requiring a high level of support to ensure they gain maximum benefit from using the contracts. For more information about the NEC Users’ Group memberships, visit neccontracts.com/products/users-group.

Recent and upcoming events

The Institution of Civil Engineers Hong Kong ran a webinar on the NEC4 Engineering and Contraction Contract (ECC) Hong Kong edition on 24 April 2024. Joyce Li, assistant secretary (works policies) at the Development Bureau and Tim Knee-Robinson, director at TKR Consultancy and a drafter of the Hong Kong edition gave an overview and compared it with the standard NEC4 ECC.

Looking ahead, Mohammed Talib from Pinsent Masons and NEC Users’ Group secretary Robert Gerrard will discuss ‘carrots and sticks in contracts’ and ‘defects, completion and take over’ at a half-day Users’ Group workshop on 13 June 2024.

Finally, the date of this year’s NEC Asia Pacific conference has now been set for 28 November 2024. It will again be at the Cordis Hotel in Hong Kong and further details will be announced in due course. Watch this space!

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