Glen Pederick

Waterman, Associate Director | Melbourne, Australia

About

Glen Pederick is a chartered professional engineer whose real passion is the design of vertical transportation systems in tall buildings.

Glen has over 25 years industry experience leading project teams for a number of major Australian developments including commercial, hotel, residential, retail, education and aviation projects. Glen has been the design services principal for many prestigious award winning projects, including 171 Collins Street, Freshwater Place and Chadstone Shopping Centre, Stage 20.

Glen is a mechanical engineer and an expert in elevator design in tall buildings who has written landmark papers on lift technology. He also delivered one of the speeches at the CTBUH's Shanghai International Conference in September 2014, on how vertical transportation is transforming the modern city.

As an active contributor to the construction industry in Australia, Glen has also been a…

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CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2014; Australia 2017)

Videos

03 November 2017

CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference - Melbourne Session 3B: Challenging Sites in Compact Urban Cities Q&A

Glen Pederick, Associate Director, Waterman Group, chairs the question and answer session with George Argyrou, Director, Hickory Group; Richard Salter, Structures Leader, Victoria and South...

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Research

19 November 2014

Why A New Business Model Is Required For Sustainable Tall Building Design

Tall buildings are seen by many as an adaptation strategy in response to our growing population and urbanization. Today more than 50% percent of the...

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Research

16 September 2014

How Vertical Transportation is Helping Transform the Modern City

Glen Pederick, Meinhardt Group

Elevators are the most important service in modern high-rise buildings, occupying more space than any other service. With increasing land and construction costs and the...

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