B Arch (1987) M Real Estate (1995) University of New South Wales, Australia
Registered Architect (Hong Kong), PRC Class I Registered Architect
Authorized Person (Architect) Hong Kong
FHKIA (2015), FRAIA (2014), MCIArb (2000), HKIA (1989), RAIA (1989)
Council Member (2014-15), Chairman (2015) and Deputy Chairman (2013、2016-21) of
Board of Mainland Affairs of Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Honor Council Member (2020) Guang Dong Engineering Exploration & Design Association
Mr. KC Tam joined WT Group in 2006, and is now an Executive Director of both Wong Tung & Partners and Wong & Tung International Limited, as well as the legal representative of Wong Tung (Beijing) Architectural Design Company Limited (Class A Design Institute PRC). He received proper craftsmanship training in metalwork, woodwork, pottery & ceramics during his secondary school at Victoria Technical School in HK. Then Mr. Tam graduated from the School of Architecture at University of NSW, Australia in 1987, and now he has more than 30 years of extensive experience in architectural design and project & contract administration management. Mr. Tam has been involving in projects in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Thailand and Australia, and had completed large-scale landmark projects such as Shanghai iAPM/ International Commercial Centre, Changsha International Financial Square and Shanghai Nanxiang Incity Mega shopping mall, Chiangmai Shangri-La Hotel, Thailand. His project the Hong Kong French International School Chai Wan Branch was awarded the Hong Kong Institute of Architects 2013 Special Design (Additional & Renovation) Award and the Hong Kong Green Building Council 2014 Award finalist. Mr. Tam believes that architects not only create the shape of buildings, but also have the responsibility to create a safer, healthier and sustainable living environment for people. He has been promoting architects to practice for full services in Mainland since 2013. Mr. Tam has been writing articles and giving talks and lectures on architectural full services to train PRC architects to take up wider responsibility for greater contribution to the society.