Take a look at the initial keynote speakers for the CTBUH 10th World Congress who’ll share their perspectives on tall buildings and urban development.
This special reception will give VIPs the opportunity to let loose in the fantastic setting of Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), Chicago’s current tallest building (442 meters).
A series of half-day, on-site workshops in Chicago on important industry subjects will be held in conjunction with the CTBUH 10th World Conference.
CTBUH is pleased to announce the initial speakers for the CTBUH 10th World Congress, 50 Forward | 50 Back: The Recent History and Essential Future of Sustainable Cities.
View the full program for The First Skyscrapers | Skyscraper Firsts Symposium, held in conjunction with the CTBUH 10th World Congress in Chicago.
“CTBUH 50th Anniversary: Moments in History #3” explores the impact that CTBUH Chairman Fazlur R. Khan, partner, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, had on the tall building industry.
Now Accepting Submissions for: Research Seed Funding, Student Research Competition & Student Design Competition
Offering over $60,000 in funding and prizes, the following CTBUH programs give researchers and students the opportunity to have their work widely recognized on a global platform.
The CTBIUH 10th World Congress abstract submission portal is now closed with a high number of abstracts received for the tall building event of the year.
Join us each month as we examine key moments in the Council’s rich history, which track the progression and ascendance of both the organization and dense vertical urbanism on a global scale.
Check out our monthly predictions based on our industry intelligence to see what trends and milestones will shape the industry in the year to come!
Submit your abstracts by January 30th to attend the 10th World Congress.
Get the industry’s most comprehensive technical publication providing practical advice on the selection, design, installation and testing of damping systems!
CTBUH has released a Tall Buildings in Numbers (TBIN) interactive data study on the world’s tallest buildings with dampers.
Major changes to the 2019 Awards Program include 7 new categories and a restructured Best Tall Buildings track. Submit by 30 September!