Board of Directors
Ir C S Chang
FHKIE, CEng FIET, FIRSE, RPE
Fellow, HK MTR Academy
Part-time Lecturer, Chinese University of HK
Adjunct Lecturer, Singapore Polytechnic
Adjunct Faculty, Asia Institution of Technology
Ir CS Chang is a professional railway system engineer with over 35 years of international project experience. CS possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in the design, implementation, testing and commissioning of multi-disciplinary and sophisticated railway systems as well as in the project management of mega size railway projects. Moreover, CS is instrumental in conducting critical reviews on train operation of mass transit railway and light rail with an aim to assess the ergonomic design and technical robustness for both new and existing railways.
CS’s career in railway engineering started as a software engineer for the development of the train control software in France and subsequently progressed into project management for both brownfield and greenfield railway projects in Hong Kong. Over the past 35 years, he has been involved in managing projects in Europe, Middle East, South East Asia and Australia including the West Coast Main Line in the UK, Mecca Hajji Metro in Saudi Arabia, various railway projects in Hong Kong and KVMRT SBK and SSP Lines in Malaysia.
In addition, CS has published over 30 papers on different subjects in international conferences and journals.
Ir Morris Cheung
BSc(Eng), MSc(Eng), MBA, MSc(FA)
FHKIE, FIET, FHKCILT, MHKIoD, MHIHRM
Member of the Yunnan Provincial Committee of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (雲南省政協委員)
Former President of MTR Academy
Advisor for Asia of UITP
Ir Morris Cheung is a senior executive and professional engineer. Morris was a member of the Executive Directorate of MTR between 2012–2018. Morris started his career working with MTR as a graduate engineer in 1983 and was the President of MTR Academy before leaving the company in mid July 2018. During the 35 years, he took up various senior positions involving railway operations and maintenance and construction of new extension projects.
Morris spent 2 years as the Managing Director of NP360, the cable car subsidiary company of MTR before he took up the Chief of Operations position of MTR in 2009. Morris was responsible for the operations of all transport business of MTR in Hong Kong including metro network, cross-boundary and intercity services, light rail and feeder buses. Morris then became the Chief of Operations Engineering overseeing all maintenance and technical functions for railway assets. In 2012, Morris was appointed as the Human Resources Director. In 2015, Morris took up the position of European Business Director.
Director and Company Secretary
Mr Fred Lam
Chairman, Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education
Mr Lam is a very experienced railway operation and maintenance manager who has more than 38 years of experience in the railway industry. He joined the Hong Kong MTR Corporation in 1978, prior to start-up of the initial railway. He has established himself in a very broad understanding of all aspects of operational railways. Fred has been a Senior Instructor for MTR in 1979, Revenue Assistant till 1982, Station Controller till 1984, Area Manager till 1990, Planning Officer till 1991, Assistant Planning Manager till 1999, Operations Planning Manager (Major Systems) till mid 2000. He advanced his career and joined Hong Kong KCRC as the Operations and Maintenance Planning Manager of West Rail reporting direct to West Rail Director, prior to the opening of West Rail, he was responsible for the commissioning, trial operations and the readiness of West Rail and Light Rail extension Opening. With the opening of WR, Fred took over the management of West Rail, Light Rail and KCRC Bus Operation, overseeing the activities of more than 700 staff, taking the post of Traffic Operations Manager till 2008.
He joined Pypun-KD & Associates Ltd, subsidiary of Key Direction Limited, as a board director in 2009 and since then he has been involved in railway projects in Mecca Hajji Metro project in Saudi Arabia, KVMRT SBK Line project and KJ LRT extension project in Malaysia and various railway projects in Hong Kong including Express Rail Link and Shatin-to-Central Link projects.