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Curriculum Vitae

Ir Wai Chi-sing has been appointed Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) since June 2010.

Ir Wai obtained his first degree in civil engineering in 1977 from the University of Hong Kong, and his master degree in transportation engineering in 1986 from the Purdue University in the United States.  He has professional qualifications in civil, structural and geotechnical engineering. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Ir Wai joined the Government as an Assistant Engineer in August 1980, and since then his career has been closely associated with the development of Hong Kong's infrastructure development. He was promoted to the rank of Principal Government Engineer in September 2004. He has served in the Transport Department, the former Territory Development Department, the Highways Department, and the Works Branch of the former Environment, Transport and Works Bureau.  He was Deputy Secretary for the Environment, Transport and Works (Works) from March 2004 to November 2006. He was Director of Highways from November 2006 to June 2010 before his appointment as Permanent Secretary for Development (Works).

 WAI Chi-sing.
Ir Wai Chi-sing
Permanent Secretary for Development (Works)