Dr. Sandy Tang
M. Urban Design, MHKIS, MRICS



Tel.: (852) 2766 4261
E-mail address: bssandy@polyu.edu.hk
Sandy Tang graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with Professional Diploma in Quantity Surveying and obtained her Master degree in Urban Design major in real estate development from the University of Hong Kong. After practicing in a leading Q.S. consultancy firm, she worked for different property developers with expertise in the areas of cost management, project management and procurement management. Her project portfolio covers a board range of new developments and alternation works including renowned awarding winning projects in recreation and shopping center, luxury residential development, grade A office complex, and hotel in Hong Kong and other cities in China. She returned to the Polytechnic University as a Lecturer in 2000.
Main areas Cost Management and Bidding
Procurement Management
Construction contract law and contract administration
Professional Practice
Research and Scholarly Activities

Knowledge Management
Bidding and cost management
Development and implementation of information technology

Intra and Inter-project Learning and Knowledge Management in Construction Projects
Year Tutor, BSc (Hons) in Construction Economics and Management
Alumni Officer
Member, Promotion and Marketing Committee
Consultancy and Professional Service

Advisor for the development and implementation of business solutions to the construction industry for Icfox International Ltd. (2001 – 2002)

Council Member, Quantity Surveying Division, Hong Kong Institute of Surveyor

Li H., Tang S., Man K.F., Love P.E.D., (2002) VHBuild.com: a Web-based system for managing knowledge in projects, Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, Vol.12 No. 5, 2002

Drew D.S., Tang S., Lo H.P. (2002) Developing a tendering strategy in two-envelope fee tendering based on technical score-fee variability, Construction Management and Economics, 20, 67-81

Drew D. & Tang S.,(2001), Two Envelope Fee Tendering: The Problem and a Suggested Solution, Proceedings of International Conference on Project Cost Management, Dept. of Standards and Norms, Ministry of Construction, PRC, 25-27 May 2001, Beijing, 84 -90