The mission of the University of Toronto Building Tall Research Centre is to cluster, highlight, and promote research related to tall buildings from multidisciplinary technical perspectives. These areas include but are not limited to building science, construction, environment, geomechanics, materials, resilience, structures, sustainability, and water resources.
From the perspective of the industry, regulatory bodies, and the community at large, the Centre provides a go-to place for designers, consultants, developers, builders, and policy-makers. Community leaders, social housing groups, condominium owners, and office workers could access the latest research on retrofitting buildings or indoor air quality in high rises.
CTBUH Canada Hosts "Future Leaders" Committee Inaugural Event
25 Jul 2018, Event Report – The CTBUH Canada "Future Leaders" Committee held its inaugural event. Following a…
The GTA, a Region in Transition
25 Sep 2013, Event Report – Keynote speakers and authors of the Strategic Regional Research report, Iain Dobson…
CTBUH Canada Inaugural Meeting
2 May 2013, Event Report – The first event organized by the newly formed CTBUH Canada Chapter was held at the…
16 Sep 2014 –
CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings
Michael Montgomery, Kinetica; Kevin MacLean & Tibor Kokai, Read Jones Christoffersen; Constantin Christopoulos, University of Toronto
Sep 2012 –
CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai
Constantin Christopoulos, University of Toronto; Michael Montgomery, Kinetica Dynamics
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