Our buildings experts are constantly striving to achieve the ideal in vertical urbanism. We are committed to making a positive impact, and as such, we want to design buildings that bring so much more than just height to a city. From improving sustainability and operational performance, to nurturing occupants’ wellbeing and connecting communities, we all need to design and deliver buildings more holistically to create lasting value.
By attending the conference, we hope to share our experiences and learn from others. So if you would like to discuss your ideas or your project challenges, feel free to contact any of our delegates listed below.
We’re excited to be speaking at two sessions:
Envisioning New Heights – A Practical Approach
Fatih Yalniz, Senior Vice President, USA
Session: Track E: The Limits of Tall, Thursday 10th November, 11-12.30pm
Fatih will present the technical challenges and solutions of designing more practical, sustainable and livable tall buildings, drawing on the lessons learned from three projects in New York.
Low-Carbon Design for Meeting London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) 2030 Requirements
Alex Black-Roberts, Associate, UK and Diego Padilla Philipps, Technical Director and Net Zero Lead, Building Structures, UK
Session: Track G: Minimizing Impact: Towards Net Zero Density, Thursday 10th November,1:30–3pm
Alex and Diego will present a parametric study of building types and materials to demonstrate how different design parameters impact the amount of upfront carbon, and discuss how they are using this tool to meet London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) targets.