Ken Ho, JP 何建生

  • Scholarship in 1984 at Imperial College London

As a Croucher Foundation Scholar, Ken pursued his postgraduate research at Imperial College London in  soil mechanics and earthquake engineering.  He has worked on a wide range of international civil engineering projects as a geotechnical and earthquake expert in London as well as Hong Kong.

Ken is pleased to have made contributions to his specialist field over the years.  He has continued to enjoy the challenges of applying technical expertise to solve practical engineering problems by making advances in both theory and practice. 


Ken is currently the Deputy Head of Geotechnical Engineering Office, the geotechnical specialist arm of Hong Kong SAR Government, and an Adjunct Professor of The University of Hong Kong.  His areas of expertise include disaster mitigation, landslide risk management, together with earthquake, slope engineering, deep foundations and development of underground space. 

He has been a Justice of the Peace since 2012 and is the Chairman of Imperial College Alumni Association of Hong Kong and Chairman of the Institution of Civil Engineers Hong Kong Association.