Ir W M Wong
BASc, MSc, MBA
Ir Wong is an experienced project manager and engineering/consulting professional with in-depth knowledge in railway systems and hands-on experience in managing multi-disciplinary large-scale engineering projects in Hong Kong and Canada. He possesses strong leadership skill and communication skills which are the essential elements for a project manager. WM has worked on many telecommunications, control and computer network projects and has many years of experience in leading railway engineering design/construction projects. Excellent project management as well as interpersonal communication skills in the delivery of design and construction projects with a proven track record in the successful and satisfactory completion of projects within budget and on programme.
Ir Dr Y W Tung
BSc(Hons), MSc(Eng), Ph.D, CEng MHKIE, MIET
Dr. Tung is a system engineer with eighteen years of experience in the railway industry; working from railway operations engineering, maintenance, and technical training to major railway construction projects in Hong Kong. In addition, he has five years of experience working in Canada as a SCADA analyst for a hydro utility. His technical skills include the management of the whole project lifecycle for mainline and mass transit railway systems. Recent achievements have included the commissioning of the Integrated Control and Communications System for two major railway extension projects in Hong Kong and the development of conceptual design of the SCADA system for the Taipei Circle Line (Phase 1). Professional experience also includes analysing, designing, installing, test and commissioning of large scale control (SCADA) and communications system for rail applications, as well as project planning, monitoring and controlling. Familiar with industrial system and software assurance standard (e.g. EN50128), system safety management process and safety analysis techniques (such as Interface Hazard Analysis (IHA), FEMCA, HAZOP & OSHA).
Ir Ken Leung
BEng, MSc, CEng MHKIE, MIET, CVWI
Ir Leung possesses over 25 years of working experiences in rolling stock including project management, train design & construction and maintenance as well as electrical & mechanical engineering works.
On project side, Ken has been responsible for managing rolling stock projects including Shatin Central Link (SCL) and Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) of Mass Transit Railway Corporation Limited (MTRCL). He took lead in the projects from design & build to operation of new trains including specification development, tender assessment, programme development, train systems design & review, major equipment type test, integrated system testing & commissioning, system assurance, reliability performance, RAM demonstration and Independent Safety Assessment (ISA). In addition, contractor and supplier management was a key responsibility to achieve the contract milestones for on time delivery according to programme.
On maintenance side, Ir Leung has much hands-on experience to manage train maintenance and equipment overhaul, and is familiar with depot operation and safety requirements. The maintenance works cover train system testing and inspection including Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), equipment fleet retrofit, upgrade and modification with proven experience on welding inspection.
Ir Dr. Paul Chan
BSc(Eng), MSc(EngMgt), D(Eng), CEng MHKIE, MIEE, MIEEE
Dr. Paul Chan obtained his BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Kings College London University in 1978. He received his Master Degree MSc and subsequent Doctorate degrees in Engineering from the University of Warwick UK in 1994 and the City University of Hong Kong in 2010. He has over 30 years’ experience in railway Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) engineering and project management at MTR Corporation Hong Kong. Notable projects include introduction of Hi-C magnetic technology and pivotal role the pioneering ‘Octopus’ smart card system implemented in Hong Kong. For the past 15 years, he has been actively engaged in worldwide AFC consultancy projects including the Netherlands, Dubai, and many other major Cities covering Mainland China within the Asian Pacific Region. He is also a member of Engineering institutions such as HKIE (Hong Kong), IET (UK) and IEEE in US.
Mr Francis Hui
MBA, MIRSE, FIPWay
Francis has extensive experiences in railway signalling. He joined Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTRC) in 1979 as an engineer and was then promoted to the position of Maintenance Manager. During his 30 years in Mass Transit Railway, Francis has obtained all-rounded and in-depth knowledge about railway engineering, starting from the operation of the modified initial system into a completed underground network with 6 railway lines in Hong Kong.
His experiences range from general engineering practices to maintenance management and project management.
Mr Gerald Kwok
M(AdvMechEng), EMBA, CEng MiMechE, PEng
Gerald is a professional rolling stock engineer with over 35 years of international experience in the railway sector with which more than 30 years were in the management of rolling stock projects. He has successfully designed and delivered large scale, urban, suburban and intercity rolling stock projects in a multi-discipline environment in Asia, Europe and North America for reputed railway organizations including Hong Kong MTR (and the previous KCRC), Singapore MRTC, London LUL and Toronto TTC. Gerald is instrumental in achieving excellence in rolling stock engineering and project management; setting up efficient and effective project teams; providing innovative solutions leading to win-win results; understanding the users’ requirements on both Operations and Maintenance aspects; resolving conflicts in a multi-discipline environment; and bridging cultural differences between east and west.
Ir Dr Kevin Lam
DTech, MBA(Tech Mgt), BSc(Eng), Grad.Dip.Comp., FIEAust, MHKIE, MHKCS,
FHKQMA, CQA, CP Eng
Kevin is a senior manager specialized in Project Management and System Integration. Kevin established his technical expertise in the design and implementation of expert systems for “paperless factory” in Australia, China, Asian countries and USA. He then developed his management and technical expertise in railway systems. Being an Assistant Director in the Taiwan High Speed Railway Corporation, Kevin was responsible for the design and implementation of signalling and communication systems with total value of USD 1.1 billion. Kevin also lead system integration activities such as control room layout and integrated universal and communication console. His design and project management skills are further mastered with Ansaldo STS Malaysia, to deliver the signalling system design as a Contractor. Moreover, Kevin have more than 10 years of experience in maintenance, managed HKD 800 million assets in MTRCL and the core system equipment in THSRC.
Kevin had also provided consultancy services to Nabisco Co Ltd. in USA, Hyundai in Korea; Uncle Toby’s and Shell in Australia. In being an effective senior manager that plans and leads multi-national team to achieve results, Kevin also enjoy continuous professional development and have completed further education in computing and technology management. Kevin have published and presented 12 technical papers at international conferences to share the best practises in system design, project management and configuration management.
Ir Rodney Ng
BEng(Electrical), BSc(Computer Science), MSc(EEng), CEng MHKIE
Ir Rodney Ng obtained his BEng in Electrical from University of Sydney, Australia in 1988. He received his Master Degree MSc in Electronics Engineering from Hong Kong Polytechnics University in 1998. He has over 29 years’ experience in railway Control System and project management at MTR Corporation Hong Kong.
Ir Eugene Tse
MSc, MBA, MEM, CEng REng MIET, MHKIE, MIE(Aust), MIPENZ
Ir Eugene Tse is an electrical engineer with many years of experience in power generation, transmission and distribution), and more than 10 years’ experience in the railway industry (4.5 years railways design and project management experience particularly on Traction Power & Overhead Line System in Hong Kong and engaged on electrical safety and training issues since end September 2002 in Rail Infrastructure Corporation/RailCorp). He also has over 9 years working for the NSW Department of Energy, and nearly 6 years with RailCorp.