Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
2004 Fazlur Khan Medal Winner
Mr. Leslie E. Robertson

Mr. Leslie E. Robertson
Leslie E. Robertson Associates, R.L.L.P

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Mr. Robertson is responsible for the structural design of hundreds of buildings and structures around the world, including the World Trade Center (New York), the United States Steel Headquarters (Pittsburgh), the Bank of China Tower (Hong Kong), Puerta de Europa (Madrid) and the Continental Arena (Meadowlands) as well as exceptional museums in Berlin and Portland and the Miho Museum and Bridge in Japan. He received the Gengo Matsui Prize as the outstanding Structural Engineer in the world; the AIA Institute Honor; is honorary member of the AIA, New York; and was recognized as ENR’s Construction “Man of the Year”. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and is licensed
as a First Class Architect in Japan. Mr. Robertson was named one of Engineering News Record’s “125 Top People of the Past 125 Years” and is one of 20 structural engineers (seven of whom are living) who made ENR’s list of 125 Top People.

Mr. Robertson is a 2003 recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Outstanding Projects and Leaders (OPAL) Award for lifetime contributions in design and in 2002 was awarded the first Henry C. Turner Prize for Innovation in Construction Technology for his 50-year career as a structural designer which has significantly advanced the engineering and construction of tall buildings around the world.

World Trade Center Bank of China Shanghai World Financial Center
World Trade Center
New York, NY, 1970
Burj Dubai
Hong Kong, 1989
Shanghai World Financial Center
Shanghai, China, 2008

For more information on Mr. Leslie E. Robertson and his work please visit his company website.