The Engineering Society of Hong Kong was founded in 1947 with the aim of bringing together engineers of different disciplines for their common good. The Society flourished and as a result the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (the HKIE), was incorporated under the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Ordinance, Chapter 1105 of the Laws of Hong Kong in 1975. Adapting to the needs of engineers in Hong Kong, the Institution continues to develop and expand.
Founded on 2 January 1818, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is an independent professional association, based in central London, representing civil engineers. Like its early membership, the majority of its current members are British engineers, but it also has members in more than 150 countries around the world.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong (CILTHK) is the professional body for those engaged in various sectors of transport and logistics, including air, sea and land, for both passengers and freight transportation.
The Intelligent Transport System - Hong Kong (ITS-HK) is the HKSAR representation of ITS industry to communicate formally with active ITS organisations worldwide
HKSTS is an society fostering and supporting excellence in transportation research and practice, obligated to stimulate professional interchange in all aspects of transportation, and to provide a network and forum for people involved in transportation studies to interact with each other for exchanging ideas and information on the latest development of transportation technology.
The Institute of Transport Studies is a university centre. It seeks to identify research programmes as mission oriented activities and not by traditional academic disciplines alone.