Building Success

Crowned RICS' Young Surveyor of the Year 2018, Ryan Wong, on his pathway to a successful profession.獲皇家特許測量師學會頒發2018「青年測量師大獎」,世邦魏理仕黃天賜暢談他的事業發展。


Crowned RICS' Young Surveyor of the Year 2018, Ryan Wong, on his pathway to a successful profession. 獲皇家特許測量師學會頒發2018 「青年測量師大獎」,世邦魏理仕黃天賜暢談他的事業發展。

Ryan Wong will never forget March 23, 2018. Not only was it his wife's birthday but also the night of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) annual awards, which champions the ‘best of the best' in the industry. His company CBRE Hong Kong had nominated him for Young Surveyor of the Year and they allowed him to take his wife to the ceremony.

Fortunately, it turned out to be an evening of multiple celebrations all round. Wong walked away with the prestigious Young Surveyor Award and, in addition to another trophy plus two Certificates of Excellence, CBRE also won Project Management Team of the Year for assisting Nord Anglia Education with their Hong Kong expansion, an appointment in which Wong had played a major role. “It was a milestone in my life to have been awarded Young Surveyor of the Year. I was thrilled and humbled by the recognition but I would not have won the award if not for CBRE and our Project Management team,” recalls Wong. “It will be a decade next year since I joined the field and the award came at an opportune time to remind me to live out the best qualities of a surveyor and inspire the next generation as I was in the past.”

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Wong has dreamt of becoming a surveyor since he was young, aspiring to be part of the process of building a property from scratch. He read surveying at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and did a year at Deakin University in Australia, studying construction management as part of an exchange programme. He started as a graduate surveyor with Hong Kong's Urban Renewal Authority in September 2009 but


當天晚上,黃奪得了「青年測量師大獎」,世邦魏理仕亦獲得多個獎項,除了一項大獎及兩項卓越大獎,還包括「項目管理團隊獎」,這是參與Nord Anglia Education在港開設新學舍而獲得的,黃在這個項目扮演重要角色。


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