WSP at the CTBUH

‘Tall excellence: seeking the ideal in vertical urbanism’ was the theme of the 2022 Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Conference, which took place in Chicago from 9-12th November.

We’re delighted that 12 of our projects won Awards of Excellence and we have been ranked as the #1 engineering company in CTBUH’s latest publication: The World’s 118 Tallest Buildings. 

 


Alex Black-Roberts
Senior Structural Engineer
LocationNew Zealand
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Chris Moore
Technical Director, Building Services
LocationUnited Kingdom
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Cristie Hammond
Global Marketing Campaigns Manager
LocationGlobal
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Dan Hagan
Global Lead, Modern Methods of Construction & Timber Structures
LocationUnited Kingdom
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Diego Padilla Philipps
Director and Net Zero Lead
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Fatih Yalniz
Senior Vice President
LocationUnited States
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Garald Todd
Director
LocationUnited Arab Emirates
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Jim Swanson
SVP, Building Structures, Midwest Region
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Jun Lu
Mechanical Engineer
LocationUnited States
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Mark Farley
Managing Director
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Nigel Erhardt
Technical Director
LocationUnited Kingdom
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Peter O'Leary
Global Structures Director
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Robin van Gerwen
Head of Building Structures
LocationNetherlands
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Steven Truss
Head of Vertical Transportation
LocationUnited Kingdom
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Vincent Tse
Managing Director, MEP, Asia
LocationHong Kong
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