CTBUH Committees encourage cutting-edge research in topics across disciplines that facilitate discussions on the development of urban environments.
Assemblies comprise dynamic, member-driven committees that can contribute their expertise to CTBUH in the following ways: educational programming, research publications, journal articles and peer review participation, among others. Assemblies may comprise multiple committees, which are formed and maintained based on expressed member interest. Each assembly has a chair who serves on the Advisory Group. The assemblies are below:
Questions? Please contact the CTBUH Membership Department, [email protected].
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.
26 May 2021
Three opportunities provide students and professional researchers a chance to gain experience and critical industry support.
7 April 2021
The CTBUH Toronto Future Leaders Committee joins professionals from BDP Quadrangle to discuss the future of office spaces in high rise buildings.
18 February 2021
The CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee held an informative virtual presentation on the Al Wasl Plaza on 18 February, 2021.
16 December 2020
The CTBUH Chicago Future Leaders Committee held a virtual presentation on Wolf Point East, the second tower in a series of three, situated on the historic Wolf Point site in Chicago.
16 December 2020
This competition, kindly sponsored by Sun Hung Kai Properties, challenges talented students, working in groups under the guidance of a professor, to focus on a relevant research question and create an engaging output as a response.
30 July 2020
CTBUH announces the formation of an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) committee, which will facilitate the Council’s desire to foster a welcoming environment and promote a community of respect that honors the humanity of all.
17 June 2020
The CTBUH UK Chapter hosts a discussion on how different industries have adapted and what they have learned during current challenging times
12 May 2020
This digital primer from CTBUH provides an update on the latest technology and suggests approaches to implementation, arming the imaginative minds behind the design of tall buildings with a framework for understanding vertical transportation; one that will allow them to be more creative and effective as buildings become taller.
18 March 2020
The CTBUH Canada Future Leaders Committee is excited to announce its next event - a presentation on Fire Dynamics in Large Open Timber Structures given by Professor John Gales from York