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Developers RXR and TF Cornerstone and architect SOM will present the redevelopment of the Grand Hyatt site located adjacent to New York's Grand Central Station. This project excels in many ways including complex urban redevelopment, integration with transit, high-rise innovation, and fine grained human scaled urban habitat development.
This webinar will cover a wide range of topics relevant to the challenges of tall building construction - from planning and design to finding the right place and finishing the job.
The Global Walking Tours have been held since 2014 to celebrate urban habitat aspects that make cities great. This year's theme is "Towers & Transit" - touring tall buildings and their related transit infrastructure. Shanghai has developed a lot along with Huangpu river. This year we will have a tour on both side which are located in Xuhui Riverside and Pudong Qiantan area.
BUET Alumni (Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology) present the 2021 JRC Memorial Lecture, titled Risk, Resilience and Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure under Lifetime Hazards including Climate Change. Attendees will hear from Dr. Dan M. Frangopol, Fazlur Rahman Khan Endowed Chair & Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Lehigh University, USA.
Join the CTBUH Seattle Chapter for a site tour of the newly renovated Climate Pledge Arena, home of the Seattle Kraken NHL team and event arena with modern sustainability features. The event will be limited to the fist 40 registrants and will be followed by a happy hour generously hosted by Mortenson Construction, the contractor for the arena.
The CTBUH 2021 International Conference is unlike any other, comprising CTBUH chapter events staged across multiple times zones around the world.
Join CTBUH for the 2021 Global Walking Tour, held in conjunction with over a dozen cities across the globe. This year's tour focuses on the theme of "Towers and Transit," touring tall buildings and urban sites.
Join CTBUH for the 2021 Cape Town Global Walking Tour. The tour will start in Adderly Street where the major transport hubs are located as well as some of the tallest buildings in the city.
Join Dominic Bettison, Director at Wilkinson Eyre Architects for a walking tour of London's iconic Canary Wharf financial district which will look back at the history as well as the future of the site and its relationship with the accompanying transport hub.
Join CTBUH for the 2021 Taipei Global Walking Tour. The tour will look at three transportation hubs that connect the local CBD of three areas - the city hall station of New Taipei City, the old train station of old Taipei and the City Hall / Xinyi CBD transit hub. We will look at how each transit center connects to national / regional transportation and then to the surrounding office buildings and shopping malls. The tour will start at Banqiao Main Station, New Taipei City and finish at Taipei City Hall Bus Station.
Join CTBUH for the 2021 Toronto Global Walking Tour, held in conjunction with the Toronto City Committee. This year's tour focuses on the theme of "Towers and Transit," touring tall buildings in the vicinity of the recently renovated Union Station.
In keeping with this year’s theme of Towers and Transit, this virtual tour will bring to light new transport infrastructure projects in Central Sydney. Important note: this tour will be conducted virtually. You can follow along with the progress of the tour using the Twitter hastag #CTBUHwalks.
Join CTBUH for the 2021 Vancouver Global Walking Tour. The tour will start at the reflecting pool of 1500 West Georgia and will last longer than an hour so be prepared for the weather with walking boots, umbrella and rain jacket.
The New York City CTBUH walk this year will explore the theme of “Towers and Transit” including stops at Moynihan Hall, Bank of America Tower, One Vanderbilt and Campbell Apartment Bar. Come join us!
The Ottawa “Towers and Transit” tour is jointly organized by CTBUH and Urban Land Institute (ULI) Ottawa. The tour will explore the Preston-Carling District, also known as Ottawa’s little Italy community.
This year's edition of the CTBUH Walking Tour Bulgaria will explore the newly completed NV Tower and its connection to local transport. We will then head to the city center and examine the relationship between tall buildings and the available transit infrastructure before finishing with a drink at the Scene Rooftop Bar.
Wrightwood 659 is hosting an upcoming virtual program "Teaching the Skyscraper to Soar" which will take place October 19th at 11:30 AM CST. This panel is one of the public events associated with the current exhibition Romanticism to Ruin: Two Lost Works of Sullivan & Wright.
The Philadelphia Chapter of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) together with the Weitzman School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania has assembled a panel of thought leaders for a symposium to address food security, public common space, and how architecture can provide a self sustaining physical, cultural, and economic model for cities.