Dennis Lau and Ng Chun Man Architecture & Engineers Limited today announced that Alexander Lush and Christine Kwan, in recognition of their service to the company’s clients, have been promote to become directors of the company’s Hong Kong office.
Both Lush and Kwan will report directly to Dennis Lau, Chairman & Managing Director, DLN. The addition of these positions expands the board to 11 directors, which is the highest number in the firm’s 42-year history. The promotions come as DLN continues expansion of its architectural practice both in Hong Kong and in new markets overseas.
“Alex and Christine have been Assistant Directors at our firm since 2008 and 2010 respectively. They have significantly contributed to our continued success in recent years,” said DLN’s Chairman & Managing Director, Dennis Lau.
Lush trained and began his career in Europe. Since joining DLN in 1996 he has been responsible for the implementation of major DLN projects in Hong Kong and overseas. These include the Sky Towers in Kiev, DLN’s first project in Europe.
Lush has also taken the lead in technical areas, and has been closely involved in DLN’s application of current Building Information Modeling technology in its practice. Most recently he was responsible for the new master plan of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the competition winning design of the new campus for Universitas Pembangunan Jaya in Indonesia.
During her tenure at DLN Kwan has been a key member of the design team. She has played a leading role in design of landmark DLN projects including the Shenyang New World Exhibition and Convention Centre, the Taipei Metro Dome Commercial Complex, the Nanning Exhibition and Convention Centre Extension and a number of large scale comprehensive urban master plans for different cities in China.
“DLN embodies the “Hong Kong Dream” – we’re a true blend of Hong Kong heritage with great international flair and knowledge brought by each of the 330 individuals that make up the DLN team,” added Kwan.
In Hong Kong Kwan has been responsible for several prestigious residential developments and is currently responsible for design of the Hong Kong Government’s Taipo Sports Complex and the official Residence of the Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China’s office in Hong Kong.
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