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10 Nov
Dr. Roy Denoon, VP & Principal, CPP Wind, CTBUH Fellow
Dr. Denoon of CPP Wind to Present at CTBUH Post Crisis City Conference
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In the COVID-19 world, many people are reluctant to spend time in indoor spaces with people outside of their close family or social circles, whether this be in work or recreational...
08 Oct
CPP workshop at CTBUH 2019 conference to set the course of wind engineering
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CPP’s Roy Denoon to chair and present CTBUH, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, is celebrating a milestone: 50 years since its founding. Key industry players wi...
29 Aug
CPP’s Dr. Roy Denoon to bring unique insights to 2019 SEAC Fall Seminar
Category: Blogs
Topic Practical Wind Engineering both vital and timely The SEAC Fall Seminar takes place October 10, 2019, at the Doubletree Hilton in Westminster, Colorado. Since 1954, SEAC, Stru...
19 Feb
CPP sponsoring CTBUH Seminar in Kuala Lumpur, and presenting
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The theme for this year’s CTBUH seminar, “The Public Realm of Tall Buildings,” reflects on how tall buildings become inextricably bound to the social lives of cities. T...
15 Oct
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CPP’s Dr. Roy Denoon to speak at the CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference
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The CTBUH 2018 Middle East Conference will be held October 20-25, 2018 in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. About the conference: Cities best positioned for the future are...
23 Nov
Modern treehouses
Category: Blogs
Green is in, and it’s not just about renewable energy. Many of today’s most visually striking structures are literally covered in green, with trees, plants, and flowers that are as...
26 Jul
CTBUH 2015 Winners
CTBUH names best tall buildings of 2015
Category: Blogs
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has named its picks for the best tall buildings of 2015, one from each of the four regions of the world in which the CTBUH a...
15 Feb
A record year for tall buildings
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The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) reports that 2014 was, structurally speaking, the world’s tallest year. A record 97 buildings measuring 200 meters or taller...