Online registration for the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference ends 8 October, after which delegates must complete registration on-site.
The CTBUH has launched two fantastic research projects on Skybridges and Robotics in Tall Building Construction. Get involved now and attend the launch meetings at the 2018 Conference!
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood sat down with the ShopTalk London podcast to discuss the 2018 Conference and the phenomenon of polycentric cities.
The results are now available for the CTBUH 2017 Research Seed Funding program, sponsored by Sun Hung Kai Properties, which centered around façade fires and machine learning. The 2018 Research Seed Funding will be awarded at the 2018 Middle East Conference.
We are pleased to release the list of over 1000 delegates from 52 countries registered so far for the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference.
This year’s 2018 Global Walking Tour explored the role of tall buildings along waterfronts and other natural settings.
The winners of the CTBUH 2018 Student Research Competition, sponsored by UL, are a student group from the Illinois Institute of Technology. The winners will be recognized at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference during the Plenary 2 Panel Discussion.
The winner of the CTBUH 2018 Research Seed Funding is Dr. Ye Yu, who will research the health and social impacts of public spaces near and around tall buildings. Dr. Ye Yu will be recognized at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference during the Plenary 2 Panel Discussion.
CTBUH has released a Tall Buildings in Numbers (TBIN) interactive data study on the world’s tallest buildings with dampers.
There are four exhibition booths, one salon, and one exhibition suite remaining. Secure your company’s spot at the Conference Exhibition now!
Register by the August 15 deadline to receive discounted rates for the world’s premier tall building conference – don’t delay!
Major changes to the 2019 Awards Program include 7 new categories and a restructured Best Tall Buildings track. Submit by 30 September!
These dedicated content tracks will explore important industry topics, through panels and presentations sessions with esteemed speakers.
See the Winners, photos, slideshows, and reports from the fantastic event, which represented the annual culmination of the CTBUH Awards Program.
We are pleased to release the full program and speaker list for the 2018 Middle East Conference, embracing 43 sessions and a host of fantastic tracks and topics.
We have released the initial delegate list for the 2018 Middle East Conference, Polycentric Cities: The Future of Vertical Urbanism. An updated version will be distributed at a later date.
These speakers represent a wide array of subjects and disciplines related to the Conference theme, Polycentric Cities: The Future of Vertical Urbanism.
The three initial keynote speakers are just the first of twelve that will bring their unique perspective and expertise to the 2018 Middle East Conference.
Submissions for the CTBUH 2018 Research Seed Funding and 2018 Student Research Competition, each offering $20,000 in prizes, are due 31 May.
Registration is now open for Day 1 Workshops at the 2018 Middle East Conference.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join the premier gathering for best practices in tall buildings and sustainable cities. Register before the rates go up.
CTBUH is pleased to announce that Emaar Properties is supporting the 2018 Middle East Conference as Diamond sponsor, and will host the Opening VIP Reception at Burj Khalifa.
The program replaces the Jeddah Program, which was canceled due to the political situation in Saudi Arabia.
CTBUH has released the 2017 Post-Conference Report, which profiles the CTBUH 2017 Conference and its main findings.
CTBUH is now accepting submissions for three research and academic opportunities that together offer more than $60,000 in funding and prizes.
Submit a proposal today for the opportunity to speak at this stand-alone, two-day program sponsored by Schindler at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference.
Emaar now joins Jeddah Economic Company as two of the top Diamond sponsors for the 2018 Middle East Conference. Numerous other sponsors are now confirmed at all sponsor levels.
Don’t miss the opportunity to register for this substantial, stand-alone two-day program kindly sponsored by thyssenkrupp.
Thomson Reuters’ Zawya cited the CTBUH Tall Building Year in Review, in an overview of the pace of construction in the Persian Gulf region.
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood and Events Manager Jessica Rinkel-Miller traveled to Dubai in preparation for the 2018 Middle East Conference.
The CTBUH Middle East Conference has garnered strong interest with a high number of abstracts received for the foremost tall building event of the year.
The CTBUH is pleased to release the interactive web portal for the 2017 Tall Building Year in Review data study.
The CTBUH 2018 Conference will take place at Dubai’s JW Marriott Marquis, the world’s tallest all-hotel tower complex.
CTBUH members of all disciplines interested in presenting at the conference are encouraged to submit an abstract using the on-line portal by the 31 January 2018 deadline.
Registration for the CTBUH 2018 Conference is now open, and the first 100 people to register can see Jeddah Tower under construction during the Jeddah Regional Program.
Join CTBUH as we venture to the site of the current and future world’s tallest buildings during our 2018 conference in the Middle East.
The first 100 people to register can see Jeddah Tower under construction during the Jeddah Regional Program!
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH Dubai) hosted an exclusive social event in collaboration with the American Institute of Architects (AIA Middle East), focusing on the 2017 Top Architects and Interior Designers in the Middle East.
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood travelled to Dubai and Jeddah to build initial support for the 2018 conference through site inspections, meetings and tours.
CTBUH Executive Director Dr. Antony Wood was recently invited to visit the construction site of Jeddah Tower, poised to become the world’s tallest tower and the first 1,000-plus-meter structure ever built.