Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, the Council on Tall Building and Urban Habitat (“CTBUH”) hosted its 10th World Congress under the theme “50 Forward | 50 Back” in Chicago last week, and WSP is proud to be a silver sponsor of this prestigious industry event. 

Vincent Tse, Managing Director, MEP Property and Buildings, Asia, who also sits in the Board of Trustees of CTBUH, was joined by some 1,500 delegates and renowned industry experts from over 50 countries around the world in this four-day conference, in which they explored the most significant advancements in tall buildings and cities from the past 50 years, whilst inquiring into the future of our cities 50 years from now.

During the event, Vincent caught up with old friends and met new faces from the world’s leading architecture, engineering and consulting sectors, as well as owners, developers and VIPs.

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Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill (fourth and fifth from the right), Founders of ASGG, welcome Vincent Tse and Head of Buildings of WSP USA and UK in their Chicago office.

 

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From left: Vincent Tse, Moshe Safdie, Founder of Safdie Architects, Anton Davies, Partner of RWDI, and Jaron Lubin, Principal of Safdie Architects.

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From left: Brian Lee, Consulting Partner of SOM, Vincent Tse, Xuan Fu, Managing Partner of SOM, and Ahmad Abdelrazaq, Senior Executive Vice President of Samsung C&T Corporation

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Wang Shao-Feng, Chairman of China State Construction Overseas Development Co. Ltd. and Vincent Tse

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Vincent Tse meets Bjarke Ingels, Founder of the Denmark-based architecture firm, BIG Architects

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Vincent Tse enjoys a good conversation with Raymond Wong, David Wong and Terrence Wong from the Hong Kong Land at the CTBUH congress dinner.

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Vincent Tse with Mike Wong of Sun Hung Kai Properties and their directors, Sam Lai and Danny Lau, at CTBUH Congress dinner.

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A tribute to the 50th Anniversary of CTBUH - Guests are dressed up as skyscrapers in the congress dinner.

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img-vt-ctbuh2019-9 The costume-wearers gather together for a photo at the conclusion of the night’s festivities.