Conrad Wong | Vice President
Yau Lee Holdings | Hong Kong

Conrad Wong, Vice President, Yau Lee Holdings

Ir Conrad Wong has over 25 years of construction project management experience. He is Vice Chairman of Yau Lee Holdings Limited. His areas of expertise include strategies planning, building construction, precast construction technologies, safety and quality management and green building technologies.

Ir Wong is active in public and community services, he has been appointed as the Chairman of the Occupational Safety and Health Council, the Deputy Chairman of Vocational Training Council, Member of the Advisory Council on the Environment as well as Member of the Panel on Promoting Testing and Certification Services in Construction Materials Trade. In the past, Ir Wong served as the Chairman of the Hong Kong Green Building Council, the President of the Hong Kong Construction Association, the President of the International Federation of Asia and West Pacific Contractors’ Associations, the Chairman of Pneumoconiosis Compensation Fund Board, the Member of Construction Industry Council and the Director of the World Green Building Council.

Ir. Wong is currently a Member of Guizhou Province Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Ir. Wong was appointed Justice of the Peace (JP) in 2008 and awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star (BBS) by the Government of the HKSAR in the year of 2013 for recognition of his outstanding contributions made to Construction Industry.

Appearances:



TECHX Day 1 @ 15:10

Robotics and AI applications in the construction industry

ROBOTECHX
At its core, robotics are becoming more common on jobsites for applications such as bricklaying, concrete dispensing, welding, demolition, and more. In addition, as these robots and robotics technologies become more autonomous and intelligent through the use of AI techniques, they will be used in a growing number of new implementation.

This presentation will look at the robotics and AI applications in the construction industry, how they will impact the jobsite in the future, and how we should prepare ourselves to be future-ready.

back to speakers