Goman Wai-Ming Ho

Arup, Director | Hong Kong, China

About

Dr Goman Ho has been working with Arup since 1992. He was the first global leader for Arup Tall Buildings Skills Network and served as the regional Seismic Skills Network. He is currently the Leader of the Regional Structural Skills Network and Modular Construction. He was involved as PD/PM/PE for a number of tall building projects with an accumulated height approaching to 8 km including CCTV HQs in Beijing, the 460m Vincom Landmark 81 Tower in Ho Chi Minh City, the 528m tall Z15 in Beijing, the 597m tall Goldin Finance TJ117 in Tianjin and currently working on a 450m tower in Wuhan and two 450m towers in Zhongshan, China.

Besides that, he was also involved in 1 km long Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal T3, 320m span Beijing Olympics National Stadium (Bird Nest) and 148m clear span single layer roof for Yujiapu Traffic Hub etc. One of his interesting projects was a 30m span single…

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CTBUH Designated Expert

CTBUH Roles

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

Working Group: Outrigger Design, Co-Chair (2011 – 2012, 2016 – 2017)

Annual Conference, Steering Committee (China 2016)

Videos

03 November 2017

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...

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Research

01 March 2016

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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Research

01 December 2012

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...

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