The Advisory Group oversees a model of robust member engagement and reports on that engagement to the Board of Trustees. The Advisory Group reviews proposals submitted by the Assemblies, along with other groups that report to it, and passes to the Board those which it believes would meaningfully contribute to CTBUH’s mission. Advisory Group members and the committees in which they participate are largely taken from the Designated Expert pool of CTBUH organizational members.
The Advisory Group is composed of 12 assembly chairs; three regional representatives, taken from chapters, regional/city committees, and regional representatives; eight functional committee chairs; and three discretionary seats, as determined by the Board of Trustees.
* To see 12 Assemblies, view full CTBUH Leadership Structure
Assistant Project Director - Construction, Suncity Group Holdings
Hong Kong, China
21 July 2021
CTBUH would like to tell you about a pivotal new model for the organization that is more member-driven and offers greater opportunities for a broader range of members to make a meaningful difference in the Council’s activities.
19 October 2018
The CTBUH Advisory Group had the opportunity to meet at the 2018 Middle East Conference to further hone the core mission of the group and its role in the success of the Council.
19 October 2018
In 2018, CTBUH established four new Chapters in Hong Kong, Philadelphia, Scandinavia and Seattle, more than have ever been established in a single year.
28 June 2018
TAIPEI 101 hosted an event called “Global Tall: Skyscraper Trends, Drivers and Challenges” to discuss the global trends of skyscraper construction, the forum saw valued guests from industry participants, government agencies and academia, including: CTBUH Advisory Board member Joseph Chou and CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood.
14 June 2018
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has opened a call for additional Advisory Group Members
10 October 2017
CTBUH Seattle held its 2017 Fall Forum, kindly hosted by CallisonRTKL, on the topic of Building Resiliency & Design Optimization.
1 September 2015
CTBUH Australia held its first national symposium in Brisbane entitled “How are Cities Responding to Urbanism?” where both local and international speakers presented, including Board member Ahmed Abdelrazaq.
20 July 2015
Contribute to one of CTBUH’s Leader Groups to help us further our important mission! The Council seeks colleagues with a range of skills to support our valuable initiatives.
16 September 2014
The Fire & Life Safety Working Group hosted a productive technical workshop at the 2014 Shanghai Conference joined by CTBUH Advisory Board member Simon Lay. Among the top concerns raised by the audience discussion was the issue of fire safety for social housing environments. .
1 August 2014
Johannes de Jong, KONE, and Peter Weismantle, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, have been named Fellows.
Advisory Group leaders and committee members are drawn chiefly from the Designated Experts of CTBUH organizational members in good standing. Volunteers should:
Volunteers serve a three-year term.
Depending on the role, volunteers may spend between 2-10 hours per month on CTBUH business. Those serving in leadership roles should expect the commitment to be on the higher end of the range; those participating in assemblies and topical committees will be on the lower end of the range. During certain times of the year, such as during annual or awards conferences, this time commitment may be greater.
Applications will remain open through 15 September 2021. Applicants will be contacted in October 2021 about the status of their application. All those selected for service are asked to participate in an orientation session, held virtually, in November 2021.
Questions? Please contact the CTBUH Membership Department, [email protected].