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DAY CHAIRPERSONS

Day 1


Dr Vaughan COFFEY


Vaughan Coffey is a Senior Manager/Procurement in the Development and Construction Division of the Hong Kong Housing Department where he has worked since 1982. Originally coming to the Department as an Architect, he later became the Department’s Technical Secretary and currently heads the Performance Assessment Scoring System (PASS) Control Unit. In 1998, he was awarded a Master of Science degree in Quality Management from the University of Paisley, United Kingdom. Dr Coffey regularly lectures on construction practice and general/project management topics as well as running for over three years an ‘Introduction to Value Management’ short course for postgraduate students at Hong Kong University. He joined the Hong Kong Institute of Value Management (HKIVM) in 1997 and has been an HKIVM Council since 2000. He is also a Member of the Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE). Dr Coffey is also a Qualified Facilitator (HKIVM - List B) for facilitating ‘VM workshops/studies’ and has conducted a number of VM workshops on public sector housing projects and other construction related topics. Dr Coffey has recently completed his Doctorate of Business Administration with the Graduate School of Business, Curtin University, Australia and is the current Director of the HKIVM International Value Conference to be held in June 2005.

 

Day 2


Ms Emma HARVEY

Emma Harvey, Principal Consultant, is responsible for managing the environmental services team within the Environment and Utilities Division of Atkins China Ltd. She has worked in the environmental field in Hong Kong for the last 9 years undertaking environmental assessments on a variety of infrastructure and development projects and has worked extensively in China in the environmental and tourism planning fields.

She was introduced to Value Management about 6 years ago and has subsequently become an HKIVM Facilitator (List B) with much of her experience gained on rail design projects for the Kowloon Canton Railway Corporation. She has also been a member of the HKIVM Council since 2004.