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Featured Buildings Involving BuroHappold Engineering

111 West 57th Street

111 West 57th Street, New York City

A supertall residential project in midtown Manhattan by JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group, and designed by SHoP Architects.

Al Faisaliah Center

Al Faisaliah Center, Riyadh

The Al Faisaliah Center is square in plan with the four corners joining at the top above a golden glass sphere housing a high-end restaurant and observation deck.

Aspire Tower

Aspire Tower, Doha

Aspire Tower is a supertall skyscraper that served as the focal point for the 15th Asian games in 2006 housing the flame.

Jameson House

Jameson House, Vancouver

The Jameson House continues a pattern of high density mixed-use living and working environments now prevalent in Vancouver.

One Angel Square

One Angel Square, Manchester

One Angel Square was constructed to achieve a BREEAM "Outstanding" rating, and incorporates a biodiesel cogeneration plant that provides heat and electricity.

The Index

The Index, Dubai

The Index is a model for developing sustainable built environments in the Middle East region, as well as other similar climatic environments elsewhere in the world.

The Tower at PNC Plaza

The Tower at PNC Plaza, Pittsburgh

The Tower at PNC Plaza incorporates both highly technical green systems and channels for meaningful social interactions through a vertical column of two-story atriums.

Varyap Meridian

Varyap Meridian, Istanbul

The first high-rise residential project in Turkey to achieve a LEED rating, Varyap Meridian contains five towers that reduce energy use by 30%.

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About BuroHappold Engineering

From their very first project, they have used their intricate knowledge of the industry to push the boundaries and achieve more. It is this commitment that sets them apart, that adds value, that makes them award winning.

They are at the forefront of low energy design: they deliver projects that have less carbon emissions and are more sustainable, they deliver projects that do not cost the earth.

Buro Happold understands what it takes to create a project that thrives; it takes great consideration of future use, building in the resilience that will allow it to operate for generations, it means creating something that engages communities and respects diversity.

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BuroHappold Engineering Connected Global News

Dramatically Pointed Skyscraper Will Transform Manila Skyline

Dramatically Pointed Skyscraper Will Transform Manila Skyline

7 Sep 2017, Manila – An international architecture company has just won a competition for a new landmark…

Danish Architects Reveal Plans for Monroe Blocks Development in Downtown Detroit

Danish Architects Reveal Plans for Monroe Blocks Development in Downtown Detroit

25 Aug 2017, Detroit – A Danish architecture firm has released visuals for its first US project, a mixed-use…

Bałtyk Tower Block Completes in Poznań

Bałtyk Tower Block Completes in Poznań

5 Jun 2017, Poznań – An architecture practice has officially completed its first building in Poznań, Poland…

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Dramatically Pointed Skyscraper Will Transform Manila Skyline
7 Sep 2017 – Manila, Philippines
An international architecture company has just won a competition for a new landmark building, Icone Tower, in the heart of metro Manila. The high-rise combines Filipino…
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Danish Architects Reveal Plans for Monroe Blocks Development in Downtown Detroit
25 Aug 2017 – Detroit, United States
A Danish architecture firm has released visuals for its first US project, a mixed-use development in Detroit overlooking the city's historic theater district. The…
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Bałtyk Tower Block Completes in Poznań
5 Jun 2017 – Poznań, Poland
An architecture practice has officially completed its first building in Poznań, Poland. The 16-story Bałtyk Tower resembles a huge staircase from one angle, while from…
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Funding Acquired for Angel Gardens Tower in Manchester
16 Jan 2017 – Manchester, United Kingdom
A new residential tower at Angel Gardens – the USD$184 million development by Manchester’s Victoria Station – has come a step closer to realization after builders secured…
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Developer Awards Construction Contract for 170-Meter One Tower in Limassol
21 Dec 2016 – Limassol, Cyprus
A joint-venture contract has been awarded to two construction companies that will build a 170-meter-tall luxury residential tower, dubbed One, at a seafront site in…
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Construction Progresses on the 49-Floor Vancouver House
2 Dec 2016 – Vancouver, Canada
Construction has been moving along at the site of a 49-floor twisting tower, dubbed Vancouver House. Set to complete in 2018, the mixed-use tower is beginning to rise…
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Approval Granted for 25-Story Brill Place Tower in London
28 Jun 2016 – London, United Kingdom
Planning approval has been granted for a 25-story apartment scheme, called Brill Place, close to London’s St. Pancras Station. The design of the structure features two…
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New York Skyscraper Proposal Includes Private Gardens
16 Nov 2015 – New York City, United States
A new proposal for a Midtown East tower will look like it’s being pulled apart: the floors will be vertically separated and supported by smooth, white beams, like…
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Downtown Pittsburgh’s Tower at PNC Plaza Set for October First Opening
24 Aug 2015 – Pittsburgh, United States
Downtown Pittsburgh's newest skyscraper is set for an October 1 opening. The date for the opening of the $400 million Tower at PNC Plaza was announced in an invitation…
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Superstructure of Mumbai’s World One 70 Percent Complete
29 Jun 2015 – Mumbai, India
Construction on World One in India is now progressing at a rapid pace, with 70 percent of the superstructure completed. Company sources said that construction of the…
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Layered Scheme Wins Porsche Residential Tower Competition in Frankfurt
28 May 2015 – Frankfurt am Main, Germany
The winner of the coveted task of designing the Porsche Design Tower in Frankfurt has been announced. A German architecture firm has won the $109,000 prize for their 100-…
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UAE Design Firm Unveils Winning Master Plan Bid for Mecca
28 May 2015 – Mecca, Saudi Arabia
A UAE-based design firm has won a competition to craft a new master plan for Mecca, Saudi Arabia – the holiest city in the world for Muslims. Engineering consultants Buro…
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Proposed Superslim in New York City to Feature Floating Skygardens
24 Apr 2015 – New York City, United States
A new 41-story skyscraper will feature six gaps in the façade—each filled with a full-floor, canopied green space that will wrap around the core of the tower. Floor…
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Apartments in Mumbai’s World One Go On Sale
16 Feb 2015 – Mumbai, India
Luxury apartments in Mumbai's forthcoming tallest skyscraper have gone on sale in London as the developers target wealthy Mayfair residents. The under-construction tower…
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New York City’s 111 West 57th Street Receives Final Approval
7 Jan 2015 – New York City, United States
Building applications for the tower at 111 West 57th Street have been approved. The superthin tower will rise 426 meters and will have approximately 55 residences.…
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$80 Million Worth of Mumbai High-Rise Flats Sold in Nine Days
11 Dec 2014 – Mumbai, India
Registered bookings have been made to the tune of over Rs 500 crore (US $80 million) for an ultra-luxurious residential project in Mumbai, three years after it was…
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New Residential Tower Revealed for Manchester’s NOMA
1 Dec 2014 – Manchester, United Kingdom
A new 36-story tower has been proposed to stand on the Angel Gardens site in NOMA, Manchester. The tower boasts darker cladding to contrast with the lighter low-rise…
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Skinny Skyscraper Floorplans Revealed in New York City
21 Nov 2014 – New York City, United States
During a presentation about 111 West 57th Street, floorplans were shared confirming that each apartment will take up an entire floor. The skyscraper will reach more than…
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Painting Inspires Hengqin International Financial Center in Zhuhai
24 Sep 2014 – Zhuhai, China
Released soon after the completion of the unusual Aedas-designed Sandcrawler for George Lucas in Singapore, the Hengqin International Financial Center in Zhuhai, China…
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Hong Kong’s Mount Parker Residences Complete
5 Jun 2014 – Hong Kong, China
Swire Properties announced the completion of Mount Parker Residence, a 24-story development consisting of 19 residential floors. It the company's latest residential…
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Macau’s City of Dreams to Host a Hadid Hotel
31 Mar 2014 – Macau, China
Melco Crown Entertainment has announced that its fifth hotel in the City of Dreams project at Cotai, Macau, will be designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. The exposed…
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Forgotten Space Beneath Tower-Adjacent Bridge Transformed into Public Showcase
18 Feb 2014 – Vancouver, Canada
The development space under Granville Street Bridge, which includes the 150-meter Beach and Howe Street Tower, is to be brought to life as a vibrant public space that…
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Fog Phenomenon Returns to Transform Dubai Skyline
14 Feb 2014 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Twice a year, weather conditions generate a cloud-like fog that settles between the ground and sky, which creates a heavenly vision of the world’s tallest skyscraper tips…
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Video: Skinny Is “In” for New York Skyscrapers
7 Nov 2013 – New York City, United States
A recent installment of Yahoo! News feature “The Future Is Now” explores the emerging trend of super-skinny skyscrapers in New York. Following the proposal for 111 West…
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BIG's Twisting Canadian Tower Unanimously Approved
28 Oct 2013 – Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver City Council has unanimously approved an iconic, twisting tower for the corner of Beach and Howe streets. The 52-story Beach and Howe Street tower development…
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57th Street's Super Skinny Tower Clears First Approval
18 Oct 2013 – New York City, United States
The new residential tower at 111 West 57th planned for New York may soon be able to lay claim to the title of skinniest skyscraper in the world. The design, by SHoP…
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Harbin's Twin Towers to Serve as Northern Gateway
13 Sep 2013 – Harbin, China
Chinese architectural firm spatial practice is behind the Harbin High-Speed Railway West Train Station Twin Towers project. The mixed-use structure houses office space,…
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JDS Plans Another Skinny Tower on West 57th Street
9 Sep 2013 – New York City, United States
JDS Development and Property Markets Group have launched a plan to build an ultra-skinny condominium tower at 111 West 57th Street, The Wall Street Journal reports. The 1…
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SHoP Towers to Dance in Manhattan
5 Aug 2013 – New York City, United States
The empty site at First Avenue between 35th and 42nd streets in Manhattan will host a pair of luxury residential towers designed by SHoP Architects and developed by JDS…
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Q22 Tower in Poland Inspired by Quartz Crystals
9 Jul 2013 – Warsaw, Poland
Polish developer Echo Investment has announced that in September it will begin construction of a new 39-story office project in Warsaw. The PLN500 million (US$148 million…
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Qatar Takes Major Stake in Porta Nuova
21 May 2013 – Milan, Italy
Qatar Holding has officially bought a 40 percent stake in Milan's real estate project, Porta Nuova, for an undisclosed sum, developer Hines Italia announced. Porta Nuova…
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JDS Plans Manhattan Tower Next to Steinway Building
7 May 2013 – New York City, United States
With its March purchase of New York's landmark Steinway Hall, JDS Development Group is considering expanding its planned 105-107 W. 57th Street tower. Now that it owns…

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BuroHappold Engineering at CTBUH

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 Oct 2016, CTBUH Research – The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous…

CTBUH India: Fire and Life Safety Event Report

22 Jul 2016, Event Report – The CTBUH India Chapter, in collaboration with the Fire and Security Association of…

The 2016 Colombo Forum

27 Jun 2016, Event Report – The 2016 Colombo Forum proved to be yet another successful gathering, themed “…

BuroHappold Engineering at CTBUH

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings
13 Oct 2016, Chicago – CTBUH Research
The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.
CTBUH India: Fire and Life Safety Event Report
22 Jul 2016, Mumbai – Event Report
The CTBUH India Chapter, in collaboration with the Fire and Security Association of India (FSAI), held a seminar and discussion forum on July 22 at the Sofitel Hotel in Mumbai.
The 2016 Colombo Forum
27 Jun 2016, Colombo – Event Report
The 2016 Colombo Forum proved to be yet another successful gathering, themed “Collaborative Approaches in Tall Building Design.”
Decoding NYC High Rise Building Codes
15 Dec 2015, New York City – Event
CTBUH YPC organized a presentation and panel discussion for Decoding NYC High Rise Building Codes to discuss some of the major enhancements to the 2014 NYC Codes
Computational Design Technology
19 Nov 2015, New York City – Event Report
CTBUH YPC hosted a presentation and panel discussion focused on the current computational technology tools used today in architecture and how collaboration is enhanced in the profession
High Line Urban Tour
28 Oct 2015, New York City – Tour Report
CTBUH 2015 delegates toured High Line, which have significantly changed the urban landscape of New York City, from its history to its near-future.
Skin NY
27 Aug 2015, New York City – Event Report
CTBUH New York, in association with the New York Young Professionals Committee hosted an event entitled Skin:NY that focused on high-rise façade design and construction
Facades+ New York City
16-17 Apr 2015, New York City – Event Report
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood recently visited New York City to participate in the Facades+ conference hosted by The Architect’s Newspaper.
Dubai Committee Holds Inaugural Event
10 Dec 2014, Dubai – Event Report
CTBUH held its Inaugural Dubai Committee Event at the Vida Downtown Hotel. The event was held to reintroduce and reinvigorate interest in the CTBUH in Dubai.
Seismic Issues Workshop, Shanghai 2014
16 Sep 2014, Shanghai – Event Report
Seismic issues tend to be the predominant controlling factor in tall building structural design, particularly along the Pacific Rim.
Melbourne Committee Reaches for the Clouds
4 Sep 2014, Melbourne – Event Report
The CTBUH Australia Chapter’s Melbourne Committee held its first public lecture, drawing more than 120 people to a discussion on high-rise steel and concrete.
Leading Structural Firms Help the Council on LCA Research
Feb 2013, Chicago – CTBUH Research Report
Twelve of the world’s best-known structural engineering firms helped the CTBUH Research Team to perform a fundamental part of its LCA research project.
Shanghai Congress News Day Congress: Day Three
21 Sep 2012, Shanghai – Conference Activity Report
See the highlights from the third day of the CTBUH 2012 Shanghai Congress including the plenary on the past, present, and future World's Tallest Buildings.
New York City Reps Stage First Event
31 Jul 2012, New York City – Event Report
More than 125 New York City professionals gathered on a rooftop terrace for the first event organized by the CTBUH’s New York steering committee.

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Thomas Critchely

Thomas Critchely

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – 2013
Leeds, United Kingdom

Anil Hira

Anil Hira

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – Present
Mumbai, India

Erleen Hatfield

Erleen Hatfield

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – 2014
New York City, United States

CTBUH Leaders at BuroHappold Engineering

Thomas Critchely

Thomas Critchely

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – 2013
Leeds, United Kingdom

Anil Hira

Anil Hira

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – Present
Mumbai, India

Erleen Hatfield

Erleen Hatfield

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – 2014
New York City, United States

Mark Lavery

Mark Lavery

CTBUH City Representative, 2012 – Present
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Rod Manson

Rod Manson

CTBUH City Representative, 2013
Copenhagen, Denmark

Robert Okpala

Robert Okpala

CTBUH Awards Jury, 2013
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

John Flitcroft

John Flitcroft

CTBUH Skyscraper Center Editorial Board, 2015 – Present
Hong Kong, China

Caroline Field

Caroline Field

CTBUH Working Group: Security, 2014 – Present
London, United Kingdom

Matthew Herman

Matthew Herman

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2012

Benjamin Leslie

Benjamin Leslie

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2016
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Craig Schwitter

Craig Schwitter

CTBUH Conference, Speaker, 2015
New York City, United States

Peter Dampier

Peter Dampier

CTBUH Conference, Steering Committee, 2016
Hong Kong, China

Robert Franco

Robert Franco

CTBUH Conference, Steering Committee, 2015
New York City, United States

Neil Squibbs

Neil Squibbs

CTBUH Conference, Steering Committee, 2013
London, United Kingdom

Tony McLaughlin

Tony McLaughlin

CTBUH Journal, Editorial Board, 2009 – 2014
Birmingham, United Kingdom

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CTBUH Resources Involving BuroHappold Engineering

Award Winners & Finalists

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.

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2015 New York Conference - Session 2c - Q&A

26 Oct 2015 – CTBUH 2015 New York Conference
Panel Questions & Answers

The High Line Effect

26 Oct 2015 – CTBUH 2015 New York Conference
Craig Schwitter, BuroHappold Engineering

Seismic Action Reduction in Supertall Building Design

16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference
Chunhe (Henry) Li, Buro Happold

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Tall Versus Old? The Role of Historic Preservation in the Context of Rapid Urban Growth

17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
Kate Ascher & Sabrina Uffer, BuroHappold Engineering

The High Line Effect

26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City
Kate Ascher & Sabina Uffer, BuroHappold Engineering

Interconnectivity of Design and Construction for Complex Towers in Relation to Movement Issues

26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City
Mark Lavery, Tim Kelly & Anil Hira

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Videos

2015 New York Conference - Session 2c - Q&A
26 Oct 2015 – Presentation at CTBUH 2015 New York Conference; Panel Questions & Answers
Robert Cotter, Jersey City; James Parakh, City of Toronto Planning Department; and Craig Schwitter, BuroHappold Engineering, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York Conference Session 2c: At the Urban Scale.
The High Line Effect
26 Oct 2015 – Presentation at CTBUH 2015 New York Conference; Craig Schwitter, BuroHappold Engineering
Density and development come in many forms – not all of them tall. One of the most successful development initiatives undertaken in New York City in the last decade has been a horizontal, rather than a vertical, project: the High Line. The…
Seismic Action Reduction in Supertall Building Design
16 Sep 2014 – Presentation at CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference; Chunhe (Henry) Li, Buro Happold
Per building design practice in China, structural engineer will carry on more detailed analysis in design development stage when schematic design is approved. For a supertall building, when its height exceed the code limitation, a structural engineer…
2014 Shanghai International Conference - Technical Workshop 06 - Q & A
16 Sep 2014 – Presentation at CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference; Panel Questions & Answers
2014 Shanghai International Conference Technical Workshop 06 Questions & Answers session with speakers Kanokpat Chanvaivit, Bouygues – Thai Co. Ltd.; Chunhe (Henry) Li, Buro Happold; Mario Lafontaine, Rene Lagos Engineers; Davy Sukamta, Davy Sukamta…
Office Tower Configuration and Control for Natural Ventilation
21 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Matthew Herman, Buro Happold
The use of natural ventilation in office towers has been met with resistance and skepticism due to perceived and real issues relating to climate, comfort, cost, and complexity. However, the desire to provide occupants with this amenity has led to…
Interactive Aerodynamic Design of Supertall Buildings
20 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Stefano Cammelli, BMT Fluid Mechanics; Mark Lavery, Buro Happold
In order to maximize the benefit of early stage wind tunnel tests, BMT Fluid Mechanics and Buro Happold have respectively developed tools which enable dynamic wind tunnel testing workshops to be held that allow real-time optimisation of building…
What if Every Act of Design and Construction Makes the World a Better Place?
Oct 2011 – Presentation at CTBUH 2011 Seoul Conference; Ross Donaldson, Woods Bagot
Woods Bagot and Buro Happold have partnered in the development of an interactive design software platform which tracks energy and carbon footprints for design solutions as the designer experiments with different options. This tool will make…

Papers/Research

Tall Versus Old? The Role of Historic Preservation in the Context of Rapid Urban Growth
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism; Kate Ascher & Sabrina Uffer, BuroHappold Engineering
As cities aspire to become global metropolises, older low-rise structures are getting torn down to make room for new, often tall, buildings and neighborhoods. What does this mean for preservation? This paper investigates historic preservation in New…
The High Line Effect
26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City; Kate Ascher & Sabina Uffer, BuroHappold Engineering
Density and development come in many forms – not all of them tall. One of the most successful development initiatives undertaken in New York City in the last decade has been a horizontal, rather than a vertical, project: the High Line. The…
Interconnectivity of Design and Construction for Complex Towers in Relation to Movement Issues
26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City; Mark Lavery, Tim Kelly & Anil Hira
As the trend for complex architectural forms continues, the relationship between design and construction has become ever more interdependent. Where this interdependency was once limited to distinct elements, such as outriggers, and vertical…
Structural Fire Design and Approval of a 156m Tall High-End Residential Building in Abu Dhabi
26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City; Florian M. Block, Felix Summers, David Black & Tad-Song Koh, BuroHappold Engineering
The tower has an external mega-frame with four story long exposed bracing members. A high quality finish to the diagonals was critical and 3h fire rating made the use of normal fire protection difficult. Hence, a performance-based design was used…
Seismic Action Reduction in Supertall Building Design
16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings; Chunhe (Henry) Li & Yiyuan Zhang, Buro Happold
Per building design practice in China, structural engineer will carry on more detailed analysis in design development stage when schematic design is approved. For a supertall building, when its height exceed the code limitation, a structural engineer…
A Proposal to Create an Energy-Producing Megatall for Kunming, China
Nov 2012 – CTBUH Journal, 2012 Issue IV; Thomas Kraubitz, Buro Happold
China’s fast-growing urban population and need for sustainable energy sources require alternative development ideas. The Krafthaus, which combines an energy-producing solar tower with an environmentally responsive, 215-story building, is one idea…
Interactive Aerodynamic Design of Supertall Buildings
Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Stefano Cammelli, BMT Fluid Mechanics; Mark Lavery, Buro Happold
In order to maximize the benefit of early stage wind tunnel tests, BMT Fluid Mechanics and Buro Happold have respectively developed tools which enable dynamic wind tunnel testing workshops to be held that allow real-time optimisation of building…
Office Tower Configuration and Control for Natural Ventilation
Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Matthew Herman, Jeremy Snyder & Denzil Gallagher, Buro Happold
The use of natural ventilation in office towers has been met with resistance and skepticism due to perceived and real issues relating to climate, comfort, cost, and complexity. However, the desire to provide occupants with this amenity has led to…
Innovative Solutions to Complex Geometric Forms in Tall Buildings
Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Mark Lavery, Buro Happold & Spencer Robinson, Camden Mill
There is an trend in tall buildings towards ever more complex geometric forms, as clients and architects look to distinguish their buildings. That such buildings are becoming the norm, as opposed to merely achievable, is testament to the advances in…
Integrated Structural Fire Design for High Rise Buildings
Oct 2003 – CTBUH / CIB Kuala Lumpur 2003 Conference; Young Wong & Neal Butterworth, Buro Happold FEDRA
This paper presents a fire safety design approach integrating evacuation, structural performance, fire fighting and fire safety management. An integrated performance based design with time as a basis of measurement is discussed. Such an approach…

BuroHappold Engineering Tall Building Facts

150m+ Buildings 25 Completed21 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings 7 Completed7 Under Constr.
Average Building Age 6 Years
Most Common Function office, 15 Buildings
Most Common Material Concrete, 27 Buildings
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Building Materials
 

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings currently in the database.

Tall Buildings Involving BuroHappold Engineering