John Kilpatrick

RWDI, Practice Area Leader | Toronto, Canada

About

John manages the global wind engineering team and the firm’s technical development in this area. He has earned a reputation as a creative and insightful wind engineer who delivers substantial value for clients by meeting complex challenges in building design. Working closely with design teams to develop a thorough understanding of wind effects on specific sites and structures -especially high-rise buildings, stadia and flexible structures--John has developed technically sound, cost-effective solutions for projects around the world. Among other professional distinctions, John has been a recipient of the State-of-the-Art in Civil Engineering Award, presented by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Videos

11 June 2013

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Engineering Tall in Historic Cities

Historic cities present challenges for tall buildings. There are issues with urban landscape, viewing corridors, adjacent structures, confined access, buildability, and building identity. Below ground...

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11 June 2013

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Session 9: Sustainability in the European Context Q&A

Session 9 panelists including Kamran Moazami, Head of Discipline, Building Structures, WSP UK; John Kilpatrick, Principal & Technical Director, RWDI; Helmut Jahn, Chief Executive Officer,...

Research

03 March 2008

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Friend or Foe - Wind at Height

Peter Irwin, John Kilpatrick & Andrea Frisque, RWDI

Wind is often regarded as the foe of tall buildings since it tends to be the governing lateral load but Wind has some potential beneficial...