LEADERSHIP

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. 

Chin-Sai-Ping

SP Chin

Executive Director
Infrastructure

SP Chin (Chin Sai Ping) is the Executive Director at Asia Infrastructure Solutions, bringing with him a wealth of over 30 years of experience in the Buildings and Infrastructure sector. His extensive career has seen him excel in roles such as Project Manager, Design Team Leader, and Key Designer on multiple high-profile, multidisciplinary projects in Hong Kong and other major global cities, including Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, the Middle East, the United Kingdom, and the United States. SP has been instrumental in delivering numerous award-winning projects, both private and public, across these regions.

His diverse expertise spans various facets of Project Management and Engineering, encompassing Railway, Infrastructure, Design & Build, Education & Institution, Residential & Commercial, Data Centre & Telecommunication, Heritage, Energy, Resources, and Water projects. SP’s commitment to the industry is evident through his active participation in various roles with the HKIE, Technical Groups for the Buildings Department, and as a member of APSEC (Authorised Persons, Registered Structural Engineers, and Registered Geotechnical Engineers Committee). He currently serves as the Deputy Chairman of the HKIE Structural Division.

SP’s significant project involvements include over 40 railway stations in Hong Kong for MTR, Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2, the Airport APM Depot, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building, the Lam Tin to Tseung Kwan O tunnel Ventilation and Administration Buildings, HATS Stage 2A Area M3 Sewerage Treatment Plant and Administration Building at Stonecutters Island, and the Kong Ha Wai Transitional Housing Project, which is the largest transitional housing project utilizing Modular Integrated Construction (MiC).

SP Chin holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with Summa Cum Laude, and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Tufts University in USA.

Publications:

  1. Jacky Wong, SP Chin, Leung Wing Lok, Gabriel Cheung, Structural Engineering Green Practices in Hong Kong, Joint Structural Division Annual Seminar 2017, the proceeding, P83 – 95.
  2. Jacky Wong, SP Chin, M Ramanathan (2017), Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building – A Sustainable Development, ICE | Proceedings Civil Engineering Special Issue Hong Kong, Special Proceeding, P49 – 56.
  3. SP Chin, Jacky Wong, Rosaline Lau (2016), Hong Kong Science Park Phase 3a+3b integration of laboratory design, structural optimisation and sustainability, HKIE Building Division 15th Annual Seminar, the proceeding, P59 – 68.
  4. Wong Woon Ki Jacky, Chin Sai Ping, Leung Yiu Tung, Lau Bo Ki Rosaline (2015), Collaborative structural system and fast track construction for Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building, The Institution of Structural Engineers International Conference 2015.
  5. S.P. Chin, A.K.L.Ng, L.J. Endicott & M. Ramanathan (2015), Application of modern analytical tools to a four decade old metro rail station, HKIE Geotechnical Division 35th Annual Seminar, the proceeding, p65 – 71.
  6. Chin Sai Ping, Christian Venetz (2015), Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building – precast and bridge construction techniques paved the success, Joint Structural Division Annual Seminar 2015, the proceeding, p93 – 110.
  7. Chin Sai Ping, Wong Woon Ki, Tam Siu Kei (2014), Asian cruise hub with the integration of functional, aesthetical and buildability, Links the Local Community in Hong Kong, 第八屆海峽两岸及香港鋼結構技術交流會, the proceeding, p107 – 115.
  8. Chin Sai Ping, Clement Ngai Yum Keung, M Ramanathan (2011), Integrated team design process – successful stories of Hong Kong MTR Corporation, Procedia Engineering, Volume 14, 2011, p1190 – 1196 (The Proceedings of the Twelfth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction – EASEC12)
  9. Zheng Jian Jun, Chin Sai Ping (2011), Application of numerical modelling method on the dynamic response of long span structure to vehicular load, Procedia Engineering, Volume 14, 2011, Pages 997 – 1004 (The Proceedings of the Twelfth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction – EASEC12)
  10. M Ramanathan, Chin Sai Ping (2009), Integrated design team process in MTR LOHAS Park Station, HKIE Transaction, Volume 16 number 3, p26 – 31.