Goman Wai-Ming Ho

Arup, Director | Hong Kong, China

About

Dr Goman Ho, an Arup Fellow, a Director of Arup, the global leader for Arup Tall Buildings Skills Network, the regional leader for Seismic Skills Network and adjunct professor of Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He has been working in Arup since his postgraduate study in Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1992. He was the project manager of 300m tall Cheung Kong Center in HK, 700,000m2 Beijing Fortune Plaza mixed development, 330m China World Trade Center, CCTV, 1km long Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal T3, 320m span Beijing Olympics National Stadium (Bird Nest), Beijing Olympics Aquatic Center (Water Cube), BJ Exhibition and Conference Center (International Broadcasting Center/ Fencing Hall), ETON Dalian Center and Beijing South Station etc. Besides the above mentioned finished project, the 600m tall Golden Finance Tianjin 117 project is now finished up to 500m and 528m Z15 is now…

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CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2012; China 2016; Australia 2017)

Annual Conference, Steering Committee (China 2016)

Videos

03 November 2017

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Outrigger Systems for Tall Buildings

The structural efficiency of tall buildings heavily depends on lateral stiffness and resistance capacity. Among structural systems for tall buildings, outriggers are one of the...

Research

01 March 2016

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The Evolution of Outrigger System in Tall Buildings

Goman Wai-Ming Ho, Arup

The structural efficiency of tall buildings heavily depends on the lateral stiffness and resistance capacity. Among those structural systems for tall buildings, outrigger system is...

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01 December 2012

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The Structural Design of Tianjin Goldin Finance 117 Tower

Peng Liu, Goman Ho, Alexis Lee, et al, Arup

Tianjin Goldin Finance 117 tower has an architectural height of 597 m, total of 117 stories, and the coronation of having the highest structural roof...