The Association of Consulting Engineers of Hong Kong (ACEHK) is a non profit making association representing the consulting engineering profession in Hong Kong. As an industry group, the Association seeks to set and maintain standards of professional conduct and ethics of consulting engineers, promote the advancement of the profession of consulting engineering and uphold the professional interests, rights, powers and privileges of consulting engineers. ACEHK places high importance on the business interests of its members and assist authorities, developers, bankers, funding agencies and others requiring engineering services to select consulting engineers. The Association is a member association of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC).


ACEHK is directed by a Council of elected representatives of its members, no member being allowed more than one representative at any time. The Council elects its Chairman, Vice Chairman and Officers, Hon Secretary and Hon Treasurer, each year and normally meets monthly.

ACEHK represents the industry on various external committees, principally the Government Works Bureaux and Works Departments, such as, Development Bureau, Housing Authority, Architectural Services Department, Buildings Department, Civil Engineering and Development Department, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department and Highways Department.


A list of Members is given in this web site together with page profiles of each Member and Associate Member firm. The page profiles provide information on the size of the firm, services offered, fields of specialisation and typical projects.


The ACEHK's objectives established in its Memorandum of Association, are to:

  • Establish standards for the conduct of consulting engineers in Hong Kong
  • Promote the advancement of the Profession of Consulting Engineering
  • Associate Consulting Engineers for the purposes of co-operation and mutual advantage and consultation
  • Uphold the professional interests, rights, powers and privileges of Consulting Engineers
  • Give the legislature, public bodies and others facilities for conferring with and ascertaining the collective views of Consulting Engineers
  • Confer with Associations, representing manufacturers, contractors and others engaged in engineering works, on matters of common interest
  • Seek to promulgate appropriate Conditions and Engagement and fair terms and generally to represent the profession to The Government of the Hong Kong Special Adminstrative Region and to the public

[Back from Left] Kenneth Li, Stephen Mak, Tong Wai Lok, Stephanus Shou, Rupert Leung                                     

[Front from Left] James Sze, Francis Sootoo, Victor Cheung, Barry Sum, David Chang, Eric Lau                                   

[Not in photo] Jon Pavey