Yozo Shinozaki

Taisei Corporation, Executive Fellow, Deputy General Manager of Design Division | Tokyo, Japan

About

In his 30 years of experiences, Yozo Shinozaki, since 1985, has worked as a structural engineer. He started working for Taisei Corporation after completing the master degree program at Tokyo Institute of Technology. During his career as engineer, he worked as an intern in LeMessurier Consultants in Cambridge. Mainly studied American new design method, a design of damping system and frame stabilities through real projects in 1993-1994. He worked as a department manager in the design of Kuala Lumpur International Airport Project, Malaysia in 1995. His extensive works have resulted in many advanced project, base-isolation buildings and innovative construction systems, including “Yoyogi-prject, Tokyo,” he received JSCA-Award, “TECOREP system,” received AIJ-Award. Currently he manages the structural design team of Taisei Corporation since 2012.

CTBUH Roles

Working Group: Demolition (2014 – Present)

CTBUH Initiatives

Videos

21 September 2012

A New Demolition System for High-Rise Buildings

This presentation examines a ground-breaking environmental load-reducing demolition system recently developed for high-rise buildings, labeled the TECOREP system (Taisei ECOlogical REProduction system). The system works...

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Research

29 June 2021

A Study for Damping Application to Response-controlled Structure

Yozo Shinozaki, Yoshihiro Mogi, Masaaki Ota, and Hiroaki Yoshikawa, Taisei Corporation

Most of high-rise buildings in Japan*1 are structure with damping systems recently. The design procedure is performance-based design (PBD), which is based on the nonlinear...

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Research

01 September 2016

Seismic Retrofit of High-Rise with Deformation-Dependent Oil Dampers against Long-Period Ground Motions

Hideshi Aono, Osamu Hosozawa, Yozo Shinozaki & Yuichi Kimura, Taisei Corporation

Along the subduction-zone of the western Japanese islands, large earthquakes are expected occur around the middle of this century, and long-period ground motions will reach...

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