Asia Infrastructure Solutions is led by a team of highly experienced and capable leaders who have decades of experience in leading some of the most complex projects and programmes around the world. 

Sammy Ng

Executive Director

Sammy Ng is an Executive Director of Asia Infrastructure Solutions, leading a multidisciplinary team serving clients in different sectors of the building and infrastructure environment. He is primarily accountable for supervising and coordinating Hong Kong Building Engineering’s operations, liaising with other Business Lines to identify new opportunities and projects, and overseeing daily operations. Additionally, he holds overall responsibility for projects in terms of quality assurance and manpower allocation, project administration, design coordination with consultants, peer review of other team’s designs, and on-site coordination.

Prior to this, Sammy was the Director of Operations and Executive Director of one of the International Consultants, leading a multidisciplinary consultancy business. With over 28 years of experience, Sammy’s area of expertise is in managing multi-disciplinary engineering services teams for large-scale projects, including residential, education, factory, science park, park facilities, office, hotel, casino, retail & shopping centers, research & institutional projects, master planning, concept design, innovation, and peer review. Furthermore, Sammy plays a vital role in many of the significant projects under his supervision, serving as an RSE and Project Director.

Sammy holds a BEng. (Hons) in civil engineering and is a Fellow member of the HKIE, in addition to being a member of MIStructE, MICE, CEng, 1RSE-PRC, RSE, RI, RPE, and a certified CIC BIM Manager (CCBM).

Sammy has relevant strong experience in research and consultancy projects with BD and CIC. He has made significant contributions by publishing several technical papers, participating in various conferences, seminars, and exceptional award competitions to share his technical knowledge and experience. In the past decade, he has also been dedicated to serving various institutions, governments, and authorities. Most notably, he led the research team in a successful collaboration with the Buildings Department to develop the first local Code of Practice in Structural Use of Glass.