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About Jinmao (China) Hotel Investments Management Limited

Jinmao Hotel is a fixed single investment trust with an initial focus on the hospitality industry in the PRC. Jinmao Hotel, located in Hong Kong, primarily owns and invests in a portfolio of hotels, comprising both completed hotels and hotels under development, with the hotels under development expected to commence operations within one year of the date of investment. Jinmao Hotel also owns Jin Mao Tower, a mixed-use development.

Jinmao Hotel derives revenue primarily from hotel operations and rental of commercial space. Revenue from hotel operations is generated from hotel rooms, food and beverage business and ancillary services. Revenue from ancillary services primarily represents revenue from laundry, telephone charges, spa, hotel car services or other services.

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Jinmao (China) Hotel Investments Management Limited 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…

Whirlwind Tour Stirs Up More Interest in Shanghai Conference

Whirlwind Tour Stirs Up More Interest in Shanghai Conference

7-13 Mar 2014, Tour Report – On a second intensive journey inside six months, Executive Director Antony Wood…

Jin Mao Technical Tour Report

Jin Mao Technical Tour Report

20 Sep 2012, Tour Report – Standing as an icon of the Shanghai skyline, the Jin Mao tower has been a landmark…

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Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

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.

Award of Excellence

Innovations in Building Performance and Resiliency: Pin-Fuse Seismic Systems

3 Nov 2016 – CTBUH "15th Annual Awards"
Mark Sarkisian, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Rupa Garai, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Legacy Tall Building Winners: Upgrading Historic Tall Buildings

13 May 2016 – Wei Shen & Guolun Qu, Guangzhou Design Institute; Xinyang Luo & Ruxiang Zhang, ECADI

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Fifty Years of Fire Safety In Supertall Buildings

Oct 2019 – 2019 Chicago 10th World Congress Proceedings - 50 Forward | 50 Back
Peter Weismantle, AS+GG; James Antell, Telgian Engineering & Consulting

SOM and China: Evolving Skyscraper Design Amid Rapid Urban Growth

Oct 2016 – CTBUH Journal, 2016 Issue IV
Scott Duncan & Yue Zhu, SOM

Context, Climate, Culture – Investigating Place in Tall Building Design

26 Oct 2015 – Context, Climate, Culture – Investigating Place in Tall Building Design
Robert Goodwin, Perkins + Will

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Videos

Innovations in Building Performance and Resiliency: Pin-Fuse Seismic Systems
3 Nov 2016 – CTBUH "15th Annual Awards"; Mark Sarkisian, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Rupa Garai, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Throughout history, it has been proven time and again that the simplest innovations can often offer the greatest and widest ranging impact. This is certainly the case of the Pin-Fuse Seismic System, which has the capability of significantly improving…
The Ledge, Tilt, SkySlide and Other Attractions: Rejuvenating Observation Decks
19 Oct 2016 – Jason Gabel, CTBUH
Over the past few years, numerous existing observation decks have been completely reinvented, partly in an effort to compete with newcomers on the market, but also to capitalize on the public’s desire to see cities in new and exciting ways. Thus, in…
Legacy Tall Building Winners: Upgrading Historic Tall Buildings
13 May 2016 – Wei Shen & Guolun Qu, Guangzhou Design Institute; Xinyang Luo & Ruxiang Zhang, ECADI
In this panel discussion, the audience heard from architects and engineers at the Guangzhou Design Institute (GDI), which designed the original and renovated versions of the White Swan Hotel, Guangzhou, and East China Architectural Design Institute (…
The Evolution of Building Evacuation Design in China
16 Sep 2014 – Presentation at CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference; Fang Li & James Antell, RJA Group
As a result of the events of September 11th and other natural and man-made disasters, building owners, designers and fire officials have become increasingly aware of the need to consider a wide variety of scenarios when evacuating tall buildings. As…
Fazlur Khan Lifetime Achievement Medal: Geotechnics for the World’s Tallest
7 Nov 2013 – CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference; Clyde N. Baker, Jr., AECOM
Clyde Baker has performed geotechnical engineering for seven of the 16 tallest buildings in the world, and a major portion of the high-rise buildings built in downtown Chicago. Mr. Baker has developed an international reputation in the design and…
Interview: Constructing the Shanghai Tower
20 Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference; Jun Xia, Gensler
Jun Xia of Gensler is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2012 CTBUH Shanghai Congress at the Jin Mao, Shanghai. Jun discusses the design and construction of The Shanghai Tower including the relationship to the neighboring Jin Mao Building and…
The Design Process of Complex Architectural Facades
20 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Bert van de Linde, Technical Director, Permasteelisa Group
Facades form the identity and functionality of high-rise buildings. The “design process” for complex bespoke architectural high-rise facades is an abstract term that in reality is not a single process but a simultaneous cross-disciplinary design…
Interview: Creating Spaces
19 Sep 2012 – 2012 Shanghai Congress Interviews; Gordon Gill, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Gordon Gill of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2012 CTBUH Shanghai Congress at the Jin Mao, Shanghai. Gordon shares the status of the Kingdom Tower, the next tallest building at over 1,000 meters, and…
Interview: Marketing of Tall Buildings
19 Sep 2012 – 2012 Shanghai Congress Interviews; William Murray, Wordsearch
William Murray of Wordsearch is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2012 CTBUH Shanghai Congress at the Jin Mao, Shanghai. William discusses the marketing of tall buildings and the importance of skyscrapers to the cities they inhabit. He also…
Interview: The Growth of China
19 Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2016 China Conference; John Portman, John Portman & Associates
John C. Portman, III of John Portman & Associates is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2012 CTBUH Shanghai Congress at the Jin Mao, Shanghai. John explains Portman's early success in China and the recent trend of construction of major projects in…
Interview: Kingdom Tower
19 Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2016 China Conference; Adrian Smith, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Adrian Smith of Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2012 CTBUH Shanghai Congress at the Jin Mao, Shanghai. Adrian discusses the future tallest building, the 1km+ Kingdom Tower in Jeddah and his experiences…
Development of Innovative Structures for Supertall and Unique Towers
19 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference; Yantong Zhao, Halvorson and Partners
As tall buildings grow to greater heights and strive to incorporate more unique forms, clarity in the development of the structural system at conceptual design is essential. With the critical groundwork laid in the preliminary design phases, the…
From Jin Mao to Kingdom: Search for an Asian Supertall Vernacular
19 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Adrian Smith, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
This presentation presents the evolution of Mr. Smith’s career as a designer of supertall buildings, from Shanghai’s Jin Mao Tower, completed in 1999, to Kingdom Tower, to be the world’s tallest building when completed in 2017 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia…
Interview: Jin Mao Tower
18 Sep 2012 – 2012 Shanghai Congress Interviews; William Baker, SOM
William Baker of SOM is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2012 CTBUH Shanghai Congress at the Jin Mao, Shanghai. William discusses the Jin Mao Building and it's place in the history of the Chinese skyscraper.
Lynn S. Beedle Lifetime Achievement Award: 40 Years of Designing the Supertall
3 Nov 2011 – 2015 New York Conference Interviews; Adrian Smith, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
As one of the world’s foremost experts on supertall buildings, Adrian has contributed greatly to the development of this highly specialized building type. Adrian will discuss his life’s work in tall buildings, including landmark towers such as the…

Papers/Research

Fifty Years of Fire Safety In Supertall Buildings
Oct 2019 – 2019 Chicago 10th World Congress Proceedings - 50 Forward | 50 Back; Peter Weismantle, AS+GG; James Antell, Telgian Engineering & Consulting
As international design teams participated in the development of high-rise structures around the world, many of the concepts of fire-safe design first introduced in the United States have been adopted, amended and otherwise modified to become…
SOM and China: Evolving Skyscraper Design Amid Rapid Urban Growth
Oct 2016 – CTBUH Journal, 2016 Issue IV; Scott Duncan & Yue Zhu, SOM
China’s rapid urban and economic growth has challenged designers, engineers, and planners to innovate and collaborate to meet the needs of a changing country. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has been practicing in China for more than two decades,…
Context, Climate, Culture – Investigating Place in Tall Building Design
26 Oct 2015 – Context, Climate, Culture – Investigating Place in Tall Building Design; Robert Goodwin, Perkins + Will
Should a tower in Moscow look like one in Dubai? Once one entered a city and marveled at the unique magic of its architecture – the pastel classicism of St. Petersburg; the cobbled cortile of Siena; the delicate mashrabiya of Cairo – and there was a…
The Evolution of Building Evacuation Design in China
16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings; Fang Li, James Antell & Martin Reiss, RJA Group
As a result of the events of September 11th and other natural and man-made disasters, building owners, designers and fire officials have become increasingly aware of the need to consider a wide variety of scenarios when evacuating tall buildings. As…
20 Years of High-Rise Fire Safety: From Jin Mao to Kingdom Tower
Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; James H. Antell, RJA; Peter A. Weismantle, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
This paper will discuss the evolution of fire safety concepts in the recent generation of high rise buildings starting with “early” 1990’s designs in China and trace the development of new active and passive features that have followed and are…
From Jin Mao to Kingdom: Search for an Asian Supertall Vernacular
Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Adrian Smith, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
The paper traces the evolution of Mr. Smith’s career as a designer of supertall buildings, the Jin Mao Tower (1999) to Kingdom Tower, to be the world’s tallest building when completed in 2017. He discusses his contextual approach to design, which…
Debating Tall: A Supertall Future in the US?
27 Jan 2012 – CTBUH Journal, 2012 Issue I; Adrian Smith, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture; Paul Beitler, Beitler Real Estate Services LLC
In 1990, only 11 buildings in the world could be counted as a “supertall” (defined as a building over 300 meters tall), and all but one could be found in the United States. By the end of 2011, the number of supertall buildings in the world had risen…
Structural Design of Reinforced Concrete Tall Buildings
Feb 2010 – CTBUH Journal, 2010 Issue I; Ali Sherif S. Rizk, Dar Al-Handasah Consultants
During the last 12 years the Structural Engineering Department at Dar Al-Handasah has designed 45 mixed-use tall buildings in different Arab countries. The designed towers are primarily made of reinforced concrete.
Performance-Based Evaluation for the 450m Nanjing Greenland Financial Center Main Tower
May 2009 – CTBUH Journal, 2009 Issue II; Charles M. Besjak, Brian J. McElhatten & Preetam Biswas, SOM
In order to obtain seismic review approval for the Nanjing State-Owned Assets & Greenland Financial Center's Main Tower, one of the tallest structures in the world to date, enjanced design measures and performance-based evaluations were utilized.
Jin Mao Tower’s Influence on China’s New Innovative Tall Buildings
May 2006 – 2006 International Seminar of Design and Construction Technologies of Super High-Rise Buildings; Mark Sarkisian, Neville Mathias, Eric Long & Aaron Mazeika, SOM
The 56 story, 232 m tall Jinao Tower in Nanjing, China, is a next-generation tower which maximizes performance, efficiency, and occupant experience. Its faceted form is derived from the juxtaposition of an innovative double-skin façade and an…
Design and Construction of the Jin Mao Tower's Mat Foundation
Jul 1998 – Structural Engineering World Congress 1998; Mark Sarkisian, Stan Korista & Ahmad Abdelrazaq, SOM
Looking from the Yangtze River toward the new Shanghai skyline, you cannot help noticing the ever changing color of the ultra-tall Jin Mao Tower with the movement of the sun as it has become the initial symbol of the new Pudong Financial District of…
Jin Mao Tower's Unique Structural System
Jan 1995 – 1995 Shanghai International Seminar; Mark Sarkisian, Stan Korista & Ahmad Abdelrazaq, SOM
The composite structural system for the Jin Mao Tower was designed to resist typhoon winds and earthquake forces and accommodate poor soil conditions while providing a very slender tower to be fully occupied for office and hotel uses.

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