Nengjun Luo

CITIC HEYE, Director & Vice-General Manager | Beijing, China


As Vice-General Manager of CITIC HEYE Investment (Beijing) Co., LTD, Dr Luo Nengjun is responsible for the overall planning and operation control of project management, design, construction of the CITIC Headquarters Building (528 meters), which will become the tallest building in Beijing once it is completed.

Dr. Luo Nengjun is a Trustee of Construction Economy Affiliated Society of ASC. He received his doctoral degree in Management of Science and Engineering from Tongji University and had postdoctoral research experience in Business Administration at Fudan University.

He has been engaged in many renowned Chinese supertall building projects including the Shanghai World Finance Center (492 meters), and Tianjin 117 Tower (597 meters).

Dr Luo Nengjun has been promoting the development and innovation of construction management for high-rises in China, and moving forward the application of BIM on…

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CTBUH Designated Expert


Expert Chinese Translation Committee, Chair (2015 – Present)

Awards Jury (2013)

Awards Technical Jury (2014)

Expert Peer Review Committee (2014 – 2015)

Innovation Conference, Speaker (Shenzhen 2019)

CTBUH Initiatives


18 September 2014

Interview: Nengjun Luo

Thursday 18th September 2014. Shanghai, China. Nengjun Luo of CITIC HEYE Investment CO., LTD. is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2014 CTBUH Shanghai Conference...


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17 September 2014

The Differences in Developing Tall Buildings in Cities in China

This panel considered whether Shanghai’s supertall buildings will characterize those undertaken in other Chinese cities and the key development drivers behind development further inland. Junjie...


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16 September 2014

Case Study: China Zun Tower, Beijing

Robert Whitlock & Li Lei, Kohn Pedersen Fox; Luo Nengjun, CITIC Heye Investment Co. Ltd.; Liu Peng, Arup

China Zun Tower will be the flagship building of Beijing’s comprehensively planned 30-hectare central business district core. The 528-meter-tall tower will stand far above its...


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