Kurt Strobel

GERB, Senior Project Engineer | Denver, United States


Kurt Strobel has been working in the field of wind-induced structural dynamics and vibration control for over a decade. With GERB, he has been focused on the application of tuned mass dampers for improving occupant comfort and reducing dynamic loads for tall buildings and towers, long-span floors, and pedestrian bridges. Prior to joining GERB, Strobel was a Director of Engineering with CPP, Inc. where he studied wind-induced loads and responses of all types of structures, including tall buildings, telescopes, solar arrays, launch vehicles and transmission line towers.


Annual Conference, Presenter (Chicago 2019)

Annual Conference, Session Chair (Middle East 2018)


20 September 2012

This session discussed whether loads, deflections, or accelerations are the controlling criteria in tall building design and also examined different approaches to achieving success in...


19 September 2012

Roy Denoon & Kurt Strobel, CPP; David Scott, Laing O’Rourke

Over recent years a fairly standard approach has developed in optimizing forms of tall, and particularly supertall and megatall, buildings during design to minimize wind...