Vice President

Iksoo Kim

For thirty-four years, he worked in the office of Public Procurement Service performing procurement administration duties for the facility business in Civil Engineering Contract Division, Construction Business Management Divisions 1, 2, and 3, Deputy Director, Regulatory Reform & Legal Service Officer, Secretary Construction Planning Division, Budget Project Management Division, and Facility Business Planning Division. Based on his vast working experience, he has helped inform and shape various new policies for HAENGLIM Architecture members to become familiarized with, as well as the Procurement Policies which would lead to greater design competitiveness and become the foundation to attain the contract goal of the company.


“I will do my due diligence for mutual growth.”


The government has been making improvements on several architectural policies, but there still is a lot of room to grow. I think that the government and the architectural industry should narrow the perception gap and find the solutions through communication and close consultations. This is a mutual prosperity and I will not neglect my continuous efforts to achieve this mutual growth.


Vice President

Iksoo Kim

For thirty-four years, he worked in the office of Public Procurement Service performing procurement administration duties for the facility business in Civil Engineering Contract Division, Construction Business Management Division1, 2, 3, Deputy Director, Regulatory Reform & Legal Service Officer, Secretary Construction Planning Division, Budget Project Management Division, and Facility Business Planning Division. Based on the working experience, he has informed and shared various new policies to HAENGLIM Architecture members to become familiarized with the Procurement Policies which would lead to the design competitiveness and become the foundation to attain the contract goal of the company.


“I will do my due diligence for mutual growth.”


The government has been making improvements on several architectural policies, but there still is a lot of room to grow. I think that the government and the architectural industry should narrow the perception gap and find the solutions by communication and close consultations. This is a mutual prosperity and I will not neglect my continuous efforts to achieve this mutual growth.