Marc Easton

Arup, Senior Structural Engineer | London, United Kingdom

About

Marc is a senior structural engineer at Arup based in the London Buildings Group. He has worked on a variety of projects both locally and internationally, including Chapultepec Uno in Mexico City, 52 Lime Street in London, and La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, and takes a particular interest in buildings in high seismic locations. Marc is currently leading the structural design of a 270-meter mixed-use tall building in Bogotá, Colombia.

Marc holds a first class honours degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from the University of Manchester and is a chartered engineer through the Institution of Structural Engineers. He has authored a number of published technical papers, including studies into the use of high strength steels in tall building design and innovative bracing arrangements. His special interest in high seismic regions has led to the design and justification of beyond-code provisions…

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CTBUH Designated Expert

CTBUH Roles

Chapter Board Member, United Kingdom (2019 – Present)

United Kingdom Chapter, Board Member (2018 – Present)

Future Leaders Committee, Global, United Kingdom (2018 – 2019)

Future Leaders Committee, United Kingdom, Co-Chair (2018 – 2019)

Young Professionals Committee, United Kingdom, Co-Chair (2017 – 2018)

Student Competition First-Round Jury (2017)

Research

20 September 2021

How to Ensure Tall Buildings Are Built to Last?

Marc Easton, Arup

It has been said that the most sustainable type of building is one that has already been built and doesn’t have to be demolished and...

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Research

26 October 2015

Grade A Office Space in Mexico City: Tight Sites and Shaky Ground

Tom Wilcock, Marc Easton, William Algaard & Tabitha Tavolaro, Arup

In recent years Mexico City has seen a surge in tall building construction, concentrating around the new Central Business District on Paseo de la Reforma,...

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