What We Do

Engineering Design Consultancy


Structural Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering

About Us

CEEK is a company established in 2016 to provide engineering services for construction as a consultancy. It was established by John Clark who has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry in Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and China. The company has been founded and will continue to operate on the principle that effective engineering is our primary product. All our staff are nurtured primarily to be skilled engineers and enquiring lateral thinkers with a passion for civil engineering and its constituent disciplines.

Company Structure

We have established offices in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. Our Hong Kong office is the head office for CEEK Limited. The Shenzhen office is our first satellite office in China, and is able to provide support to customers supplying fabricated materials such as structural steelwork and pre-cast concrete manufactured or assembled in mainland China facilities. The Shenzhen team also provides design, drafting and 3D support to the Hong Kong team.

Business Strategy

CEEK can offer flexibility in how it offers services to its clients. Our key staff may join the client teams for a predetermined period of time which might, for example, be for the duration of a tender or for a fixed duration of a project, however equally we will work from our own offices if that is preferred.

In the longer term, our strategy is to establish offices with sufficient resources to provide comprehensive consultancy on a project-wide basis.

Management system

CEEK Limited’s management system is certified to ISO 9001:2015 under Hong Kong Accreditation Service.

ISO 9001:2015 Registered Firm

Certificate No.: Q0326


CEEK’s Temporary Works Systems Manager has received the Derek Smythe award for safety leadership in construction.

The award is the highest accolade for safety leadership and recognises achievements in safety for awareness for a number of initiatives over many years. Iain is also the chairman of the Hong Kong Temporary Works Forum www.twforum.org.hk, an industry led initiative to safety in construction.