Built Environment

Mission Statement

The Built Environment Focus Group, as part of the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai, aims to provide the members of the Chamber with a range of events covering the business environment and economic updates as well as networking and social events with a focus on the construction and property sectors. We also use the committee and the Chamber to encourage high profile industry leaders in our sector to give up their time to attend breakfast, lunch or dinner events in order to keep our members updated on the latest developments in our sectors both in the UK and in China.

Built Environment Committee Meeting Review (recording available)

Monday, 09 March 2020

On 5 March, in association with the Department for International Trade (DIT), British Chambers of Commerce in China hosted an online meeting for Built Environment Sector companies.

Focus Group Members

Chair: James MacDonald, Head of China Research, Savills Property Services

Members:

Andrew Luong, Director, ARUP
Arnon Dienn,Senior Engineer, ARUP
Elliott Hambrook, Founder, Qisi Design (Shanghai)
Francois Daugny, Deputy Managing Director, SIP Project Management
Peter Marshall, Studio Leader, BDP
Ray Chisnall, Country Manager, Gleeds China
Rob Allen, Managing Director, GSE Group China
Sophia Yan, Client Services Executive, M Moser Design and Architecture (Shanghai)
Tom Spicer, Assistant Director - Portfolio Management, Swire Properties
Penny Chung, Director, Arup

DIT Representative: Christopher Dunn, Head of Environment and Infrastructure, Department for International Trade, British Consulate-General Shanghai

Chamber Executive Committee Sponsor: Tong Sun, Chairman, Corporate Solutions, China, JLL

Chamber Office Facilitator: Jun Wang

If you would like to apply for the Construction & Property Focus Group member, please send a brief introduction and motivation for joining to Jun Wang.

If you would like to recommend an event, or find more details about this Focus Group, please also contact Chamber Staff Jun Wang.

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