Craig Gibbons

Arup, Brisbane Buildings Group Leader | Brisbane, Australia

About

Currently the Brisbane Buildings Group leader, Craig has been the Project Director responsible for the design and delivery of a number of prestigious landmark developments. These include projects in the Middle East, Hong Kong, China and Korea. Included is the award winning Cheung Kong Centre, the 412m International Finance Centre as well as the unique CCTV building in Beijing.

He has also been the leader of numerous project in which Arup have undertaken lead consultant and multidisciplinary roles - this includes Airport and mixed use iconic developments.

Craig has written over 40 papers on aspects of engineering design including high rise construction-led design principals. He has been an invited speaker at many conferences around the world.

CTBUH Designated Expert

CTBUH Roles

Regional Representative, Brisbane (2013 – Present)

CTBUH Fellow (2018)

City Committee, Brisbane, Board Member (2013 – Present)

Awards Jury (2006)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Chicago 2006; Shanghai 2014)

Videos

01 September 2015

CTBUH Australia Symposium 2015 – Panel Discussion

Craig Gibbons, Carol Willis, Ahmad Adbelrazaq, Sandra Kaji-O'Grady, and James Tuma, participate in a panel at the CTBUH Australia Symposium on "How Cities are Responding...

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Research

16 September 2014

Towards 2050 – The Challenge for Tall Buildings

Craig Gibbons, Kristina Moores & Josef Hargrave, Arup; Gregory Kiss, Kiss + Cathcart

The continuing increase in urbanization creates significant challenges for our cities and the tall buildings within them. This includes the demand for space, consideration of...

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Research

02 October 2008

Case Study: CCTV Building - Headquarters & Cultural Center

Chris Carroll, Paul Cross, Xiaonian Duan & Craig Gibbons, Arup

The new headquarters of China Central Television contains the entire television-making process within a single building. The 234m tall tower redefines the form of the...

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