Mark Lavery

Buro Happold, Director | Dubai, United Arab Emirates

About

Mark has worked on a portfolio of projects at the leading edge of tall building engineering over the last 15 years, leading and developing teams in a variety of roles on more than 35 tall building projects, principally as lead structural engineer but including roles as: multi-disciplinary project design manager, FIDIC Engineer and peer reviewer, as well as numerous value engineering and tall building specialist roles.

His tall building experience includes seven “supertall” and three “megatall” buildings, with the 1000 meter tall Nakheel and Harbour Tall Tower being the tallest designed tower in his portfolio. He is recognized for his tall building expertise in the wider community, having been invited to contribute to tall building themed books, media articles and conferences.

As a tall building leader with Buro Happold based in their Dubai office, Mark is responsible for tall building…

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CTBUH Roles

Urban Habitat / Urban Design Committee, Member (2015 – Present)

City Representative, Dubai (2012 – 2018)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Shanghai 2012; Middle East 2018)

Annual Conference, Steering Committee (Middle East 2018)

CTBUH Initiatives

Videos

20 September 2012

Interactive Aerodynamic Design of Supertall Buildings

In order to maximize the benefit of early stage wind tunnel tests, BMT Fluid Mechanics and Buro Happold have respectively developed tools which enable dynamic...

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Research

17 October 2016

Sustainable Integration of Tall Buildings and the Urban Habitat for the Megacities of the Future

Mark Lavery, BuroHappold Engineering

Tall buildings increasingly dominate our skylines as an almost inevitable response to urbanisation. They often do not integrate well with the urban habitat in which...

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Research

26 October 2015

Interconnectivity of Design and Construction for Complex Towers in Relation to Movement Issues

Mark Lavery, Tim Kelly & Anil Hira

As the trend for complex architectural forms continues, the relationship between design and construction has become ever more interdependent. Where this interdependency was once limited...

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