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  1. THE HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT CPD EVENT(CPD008/01) HKIFM LUNCHEON ~ CYBERPORT, A FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE Guest Speaker: Mr Kenneth W Nip,Vice President, Facilities Management & Leasing, Pacific Century Cyberworks Date: 30 November 2001 (Friday) Time: From 12.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. Place: World Trade Centre Club at 38/F World Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, HK Cost: $200 per person The closing date for reservation is Tuesday 27 November 2001. Cheque should be made payable to “HKIFM”. Interested parties please complete and return the reservation form together with the cheque to the HKIFM, 16/F 1063 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, HK by mail or direct debit to our Bank of East Asia Account #514-25-05750-5 and fax the pay-in slip back to 2537 4426.  Reservation Form HKIFM LUNCHEON ~ CYBERPORT, A FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE The closing date for reservations is Tuesday 27 November 2001 Name: ____________________________________ Membership No: _______________ Contact No: ________________ Mobile Phone No: _____________ Fax No: __________ No of Reservation : ___________ Chq No: __________________ made payable to HKIFM THE HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT (THE ORIGINAL OF THIS ADMISSION TICKET MUST BE PRESENTED AT THE EVENT) ADMISSION TICKET/ OFFICIAL RECEIPT HKIFM LUNCHEON ~ Cyberport, A Facilities Management Perspective Friday, 30 Nov 01, from 12.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m., 38/F World Trade Ctre, 280 Gloucester Rd, HK. Reservation Fee HK$200/person, in the sum of HK$______ chq no ________ and made payable to “HKIFM” Name: ________________________________________________________________________________ For Official use only (Receipt Chop) (Attendance Chop) Received & confirmed by HKIFM: 16/F 1063 King’s Rd, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong Tel: 2537 0456 Fax: 25374426

  2. THE HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT CPD EVENT(CPD007/01) HKIFM LUNCHEON ~ CYBERPORT, A FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE • The Cyberport features… • Over one million square feet of intelligent offices with state-of-the-art IT facilities • The Cybercentre: a retail, entertainment and educational complex geared toward high technology • A 175-room hotel with extended-stay suites • Landscaped terraces and gardens with cafes, lounges and recreational facilities • A public transport interchange and ample car parking • Networked community with global broadband connectivity and wireless local network • A campus-like environment where professionals can create new successes and enjoy their achievements • The speaker will present the latest status and discuss from the facilities management perspective of this intelligent community development.

  3. THE HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT CPD EVENT(CPD007/01) HKIFM LUNCHEON ~ CYBERPORT, A FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE ABSTRACT Cyberportis an important Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure project being developed in Hong Kong. Its aim is to support the HKSAR’s Information Technology (IT) and Information Services (IS) strategy, and is a symbol of Hong Kong’s determination to be a leading digital City. The Cyberport combines state-of-the-art interactive technology with a nurturing environment to facilitate the cross-fertilisation of ideas. It provides the essential infrastructure for the formation of a strategic cluster of like-minded IT and IT-related companies. Architects and planners have given careful attention to every single detail in designing and constructing Hong Kong’s IT flagship. There are ergonomic workspaces with ocean and green views; a cybercentre and IT street of world-class standard. The professional community at Cyberport should take pride in being part of Cyberport with its modern architecture, intelligent offices, state-of-the-art broadband telecommunications infrastructure, a wide range of shared facilities, and open landscaped areas. Each and every element has been carefully orchestrated into the natural seafront setting on this 24 hectares of land at Telegraph Bay of Hong Kong Island. Development Plan

  4. THE HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF FACILITY MANAGEMENT CPD EVENT(CPD007/01) HKIFM LUNCHEON ~ CYBERPORT, A FACILITIES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE ABOUT THE SPEAKER Kenneth W Nip Vice President, Facilities Management & Leasing Pacific Century Cyberworks Kenneth has over seventeen years of experience in corporate real estate & facilities management with a focus on the Asia region for the past six years. He has comprehensive knowledge on project development, design and construction management, and facilities management. Kenneth also has extensive experience on directing and managing all phases of property development. At Pacific Century Cyberworks (PCCW), Kenneth has overall responsibility and authority with respect to all aspects of facilities management for the Cyberport project: A US$ 2.0 billion state-of-the-art IT / Telecom infrastructure and intelligent office campus development in Hong Kong. Prior to joining Pacific Century Cyberworks, Kenneth had been with IBM for sixteen years. He was a program director, corporate development & Real Estate - North Asia. He was responsible for managing the region’s real estate portfolio, occupancy cost, facilities management and capital construction projects. Kenneth was responsible for directing and managing all phase of real estate, design and construction of multiple as well as complex plans and projects. Kenneth has directed and managed major renovation, relocation and construction project including commercial office, research & development lab, call centers, and high-tech manufacturing facilities in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, and Korea. Kenneth is a board member of the IFMA Hong Kong Chapter, and an active member of the IDRC.