Mr CHEUNG Hau-wai, is one of the founding directors of Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) and now Chairman of the Council. Mr CHEUNG is also a member of the Private Columbarium Licensing Board and the Advisory Committee on Water Supplies.
Mr CHEUNG was the former Director of Buildings of the Buildings Department of the Hong Kong Government, a former Council Member of the Hong Kong Construction Industry Council, a former member of Town Planning Board and former Chairman of the Zero Carbon Building. Mr CHEUNG advocates harmonising green buildings with their surrounding neighbourhood, and instilling smart technology in their design. Mr CHEUNG is looking into how green building design should interface with smart city design, infrastructure and the whole built environment. HKGBC is striving to retro-fit and re-commission the large stock of existing buildings to become sustainable and energy saving in a high density city as part of the worldwide campaign to reach the target of COP21.
Outside the green community, Mr CHEUNG was the Chairman of the Executive Committee of a charitable organisation, which took part in the reconstruction of villages damaged in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake in the Mainland. He was responsible for funding raising and reconstruction project management.