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About WME

WME is an independent multi-disciplinary consultancy providing engineering services for the built environment; based in the Middle East, with an associated practice in the UK, and deliver engineering solutions around the globe.

WME is committed to providing a client-focused integrated service. Our structural, building services and infrastructure engineers in the UAE have an excellent understanding of conditions and practices in the wider Gulf region, and a wealth of experience in international construction industries. WME works collaboratively with specialists in facade, fire, building physics, environmental and sustainability engineering.

WME’s engineers are passionate about creative buildability. We deliver practical cost-effective design solutions, developed through in-depth knowledge of best practice and an openness to innovation — often in the most demanding of climates.

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WME at CTBUH

Murali Guruvappan

Murali Guruvappan

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Sasa Popovic

Sasa Popovic

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Farhad Pazoki

Farhad Pazoki

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

CTBUH Leaders at WME

Murali Guruvappan

Murali Guruvappan

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Sasa Popovic

Sasa Popovic

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Farhad Pazoki

Farhad Pazoki

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Louise Collins

Louise Collins

CTBUH Annual Conference, Session Chair, 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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CTBUH Resources Involving WME

Polycentric Cities: The Future of Vertical Urbanism

Oct 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2018 Issue IV
CTBUH 2018 Conference Speakers

Papers/Research

Polycentric Cities: The Future of Vertical Urbanism
Oct 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2018 Issue IV; CTBUH 2018 Conference Speakers
As we approach the new normality of cities housing 10 million or more inhabitants, those best positioned for the future are evolving along polycentric, multi-nodal lines, with several central business districts, ideally all offering something…