RICS hosted the RICS China Summit in Shanghai on 26 April 2019, where around 300 industry elites participated and discussed future trends of property investment and management.
24 4月 2019
On April 26 2019, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the leading global professional body in land, real estates, infrastructure and construction, announced the winners of the 11 RICS Awards in China, which represent the most forward-looking projects and successes in China's land, real estate, building and infrastructure in 2019.
As the highest accolade bestowed by a globally renowned professional body around the world, RICS Awards was launched about 20 years ago and was introduced to China in 2017. After three years' development, it has become the most influential industry honour in China and has received increasing traction. The 11 categories of RICS Awards China celebrate and demonstrate our profession's outstanding achievements in different areas of the built environment.
RICS Awards China 2019 has received overwhelming response across the nation in terms of both quality and quantity. It has attracted applicants from more diversified sectors including consultancy firms, investors, developers, engineering companies, universities and research institutes. Increasingly more companies enter the awards and submit projects which blend in international practices in Chinese context.
Submissions have also expanded from traditional real estate development and management to wider areas and with stronger links to the built environment. RICS Awards China provide best practices and benchmarks for China's real estate and built industry," commented Mr He Qinghua, head of the jury panel of RICS Awards China 2019.
The awards also focus on the implication and contribution that built environment make to the ecological environment and sustainable development. "Yi Xin Qiao" Bridge Project jointly submitted by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tsing Hua University, Chongqing Jiaotong University and Chongqing University has scooped the Jury's Awards with its outstanding concepts and achievements in environmental protection, sustainable development, public welfare in the rural areas, and technology innovation.
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