DWSS Webinar Series: Webinar on Experience Sharing on Digital Site Supervision


16 July 2020 (Thu)



10:00 - 11:00






Free of Charge




The Development Bureau has published a Technical Circular on Digital Works Supervision System (DWSS) (ref. DevB TC(W) No. 3/2020) intending to enhance the standard and efficiency of work supervision as well as the quality and safety of works. The Technical Circular sets out the policy and requirements on the adoption of the Digital Works Supervision System (DWSS) in capital work contracts under the Capital Works Programmes, with pre-tender estimate exceeding $300 million and to be tendered on or after 1 April 2020.

The adoption of DWSS will certainly increase productivity, enhance regulation and quality assurance for the industry. In order to support this transformation, CIC has launched a webinar series on DWSS to facilitate the adoption of digital technologies for construction site supervision. To kick start the webinar series, we are delighted to have Mr Stanley THO from HKSTP and Mr Stephen WANG from Dragages to share their experiences on how digital inspection tools enhance the efficiency of project management. 

Programme Highlights: 
DWSS: Adoption for InnoCell by Mr. Stanley THO

  • The application of DWSS is a crucial tool which is a web-based centralised portal for collecting works information and managing the workflows of site activities to enhance efficiency, safety and quality performance  
  • The experience of InnoCell project team in the application of DWSS for the success of InnoCell, particularly in facilitating the off-site production and quality control of the MiC units


Dragages on the Way to Digitalisation - by Mr. Steven WANG

  • How and why Dragages digitalise the process
  • How DWSS improved site processes at Tuen Mun – Chek Lap Kok Link and other projects
  • The Way Forward and Dragages's Vision on DWSS




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An electronic copy of the CPD attendance certificate will be issued to the participants after the webinar.


Should you have any inquiries, please contact Ms. Ada LAM at citac@cic.hk / 2100 9833.

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Last Update: 2020-07-29 12:11:45