CTBUH has released the 2017 Post-Conference Report, which profiles the CTBUH 2017 Conference and its main findings.
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Please Note: The CTBUH 2017 Conference will be presented in English only.
CTBUH earmarks $81,000 to support four student and research initiatives at Australia Conference.
Since the conference is almost upon us, the online registration portal is now closed. In addition, the Core Conference in Sydney is sold out, but there are still spaces available for the Regional City Programs in Melbourne or Brisbane, 2-3 November.
With less than a month to go until opening day in Sydney, this is the last opportunity to register for the biggest tall building event of the year.
The Council is now accepting submissions for its 2017 Awards program, including a brand new “Construction Award,” to be recognized in Spring 2018.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat is pleased to announce that Steve Watts has been confirmed to become the organization’s next chairman. Watts will officially succeed current Chairman David Malott at the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, where the gavel-passing ceremony will take place.
A joint venture between the Urban Taskforce and CTBUH delivered a successful “warm-up” event in advance of the CTBUH 2017 Conference in Australia on August 18, 2017.
The latest CTBUH technical guide provides a fantastic overview of Performance-Based Seismic Design, a structural design methodology that will be presented on during the conference.
CTBUH partnered with Guinness World Records to identify the commercial building with the fastest elevator speeds and longest vertical runs. Advances in vertical transportation will be covered in detail at the Conference.
The CTBUH, in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), held the second of the “Building Tall” lecture series, this time focused on “Securing Tall.”
CTBUH is launching a new academic initiative, empowering Master’s-level architecture students to research new possibilities in rope-less elevator technology.
Concluding the core portion of the conference is the Day 2 Garden Party, held at The Calyx, a new must-see, world-class attraction at The Royal Botanic Garden of Sydney.
Small Number of Tickets are Available for Networking Receptions.
CTBUH is pleased to release the list of delegates registered so far for the 2017 Australia Conference.
On the morning of Sunday, 29 October, there will be half-day workshops in Sydney on important industry subjects.
The regular rate registration deadline for the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference is 31 July. Register today to secure your spot before rates go up.
CTBUH is extremely pleased to announce the complete program and speakers list for the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference.
CTBUH is pleased to announce that Lendlease has confirmed as a Diamond Sponsor and Networking Reception Host of the 2017 Conference.
CTBUH is convening a half-day workshop to discuss an international standard for measuring net and gross floor area in tall buildings.
CTBUH Advisory Board Member Karl Fender, Founding Director, Fender Katsalidis Architects, led the fourth annual Global Walking Tour at Eureka Tower in Melbourne.
CTBUH is pleased to announce that Brookfield Properties has confirmed as a Diamond Sponsor of the 2017 Conference.
CTBUH is convening a half-day workshop to establish the most salient issues, challenges and techniques for achieving Passivhaus high-rise buildings economically, with an ultimate goal of forming an international committee and developing a CTBUH Technical Guide on Passivhaus High-Rise Construction.
The Council will convene a half-day Workshop on high-rise mass timber the day before the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference.
35 countries and 261 companies are already represented at the premier tall building event of the year. Register today before it’s too late!
Join the Modular High-Rise Construction Workshop on the day before the conference to launch Modular Handbook, form international committee, and set the roadmap.
CTBUH is pleased to announce that AMP Capital has been confirmed as a Diamond Sponsor and host of the VIP Networking Reception.
We are pleased to announce the initial line-up of presenters for the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, Connecting the City: People, Density & Infrastructure.
Take a moment to view the highlight video for the CTBUH 2016 Conference, showcasing the extraordinary programming of last year’s multi-city gathering.
The CTBUH 2016 Post-Conference Report is now available for purchase, highlighting the biggest moments from the world’s premier skyscraper gathering.
The conference sub-committees will help drive the organization and promotion of activities ahead of CTBUH 2017.
CTBUH is now accepting submissions for two competitions intended for university students of all disciplines, offering over $40,000 in funding and prizes, and giving top students the chance to showcase their work at the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference.
CTBUH is pleased to announce the “Call for Proposals” for its 2017 International Research Seed Funding – culminating with an award of US$20,000 to be presented at the 2017 conference.
The CTBUH 2017 Conference abstract submission portal is now closed with with a high number of abstracts received for the tall building event of the year.
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood travelled to Sydney and Melbourne to build support for the 2017 conference through meetings and lectures.
Executive Director Antony Wood delivered two well attended lectures in Sydney and Melbourne, organized by the respective local CTBUH committees.
All videos, presentation powerpoints, photos, and reports from the Awards Symposium, Ceremony & Dinner are now available online.
Promote your ideas and expertise to high-profile attendees on the best international stage there is. The deadline to submit abstracts for speaking opportunities is March 17, 2017. Don’t miss this opportunity!
Now’s the time to reserve your spot at CTBUH 2017, taking place 30 October – 3 November in Sydney, Australia, with add-on programs to Melbourne and Brisbane.
To help launch the CTBUH 2017 Sydney Conference, Connecting the City: People, Density & Infrastructure, which will be held from 20 October to 3 November, CTBUH Australia Chapters in Sydney and Melbourne will hold events exploring the present and future of vertical urbanism in the country.
In the run-up to the CTBUH 2017 Conference, the Council is examining the state of urban development in Australia’s cities. Chris Bates, a Wealth Coach & Mortgage Broker at Wealthful, has profiled development in Sydney.
CTBUH is proud to announce the launch of the 2017 Sydney Conference which will take place from 30 October to 3 November, 2017.
The conference will be held in the Hyatt Regency Sydney. Located adjacent to Darling Harbour in the city’s central business district, this fantastic venue features unparalleled views, first-rate accommodations, and an ideal position in the urban heart of Sydney.
The 2017 conference will convene speaking and “20|20 Panel Discussions” presentations, panel discussions, social networking events, and exhibitions, focused on the overall conference theme: “Connecting the City; People, Density & Infrastructure.”