Kamran Moazami

London, United Kingdom


Kamran Moazami – MD of WSP’s Property and Buildings – has over 37 years’ international structural engineering experience and represents the firm’s globally-renowned expertise in tall and specialist buildings. He gained BSCE and MSCE from Columbia University and is a fellow of ASCE and ISE.
Since 1989, he has jointly created one of the UK’s most successful consultancies, responsible for many iconic projects including the Shard, 22 Bishopsgate and One Blackfriars.
Responsible for the design of over 30 million ft2 of building projects globally, many with innovative structural solutions, he authored several engineering articles and was awarded the 2013 MilneMedal.


Annual Conference, Presenter (London 2013; Australia 2017)

Annual Conference, Steering Committee (London 2013)


29 January 2018


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"Geometry of Tall Buildings" - a CTBUH United Kingdom Chapter Event

The London Committee of the CTBUH United Kingdom Chapter recently hosted [i]Geometry of Tall Buildings[/i], a conversation between leading architects and engineers on the geometry...


01 May 2013


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Engineering Tall in Historic Cities: The Shard

Kamran Moazami & Ron Slade, WSP

Can historic cities preserve their character and identity while embracing the modern tall building phenomenon? Two engineering-team leaders behind the Shard discuss the creative solutions...


03 March 2008


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Steel-Concrete-Steel: Unique Hybrids at London Tallest

Kamran Moazami, John Parker & Rodolfo Giannini, WSP Cantor Seinuk

This paper presents the structural engineering design approach used to create the iconic tower named the ‘Shard at London Bridge’ (Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop)....