Roy Denoon

CPP, Vice President | Denver, United States


Roy Denoon is Vice President and Principal of CPP Wind Engineering. He has specialized in wind engineering for 25 years, working on a wide range of projects in Australia, the US, and globally, from major sports stadia to some of the world’s tallest buildings. He has published numerous magazine and journal articles in the field, as well as co-authoring the CTBUH Guide to Wind Tunnel Testing of High-Rise Buildings and editing the Australasian Wind Engineering Society Quality Assurance Manual for Wind Tunnel Testing of Buildings and Structures. His interest in wind engineering began during his undergraduate studies at the University of Edinburgh.


Expert Peer Review Committee, Member (2014 – Present)

CTBUH Fellow (2019)

Annual Conference, Presenter (Chicago 2006; Shanghai 2012; Middle East 2018; Chicago 2019)

Working Group: Wind Tunnel Testing, Co-Chair (2010 – 2013)

Annual Conference, Session Chair (Chicago 2019)

Innovation Conference, Speaker (Shenzhen 2019)


28 October 2019

Wind Engineering of Tall Buildings: Where Have We Been & Where Do We Need to Go?

Roy Denoon, CPP Wind Engineering

As wind effects govern the design for lateral loads and responses for many of the world’s tall buildings, the optimal determination of these effects is...


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03 March 2008

Harvesting Wind Power from Tall Buildings

Roy Denoon, Brad Cochran, David Banks & Graeme Wood, Wind Engineering and Air Quality Consultants

The incorporation of wind turbines into tall buildings is becoming increasingly common, however, there are a number of considerations that should be assessed in determining...


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