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CTBUH in the Media

This section tracks interviews and articles conducted by the Council as well as significant use of, or reference to, CTBUH-generated tall building facts in the international media.

In 2015 we launched an enhanced version of the In the Media section and are in the process of moving historical articles over to this system. For now you may browse older articles by visiting the Pre-2015 Archive.

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Year in Review Report Interpreted by CTBUH China Office Director

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14 Feb 2017, South China Morning Post

In a discussion with the South China Morning Post, CTBUH China Office Director Daniel Safarik discussed the implications of the data revealed by the CTBUH’s annual Year in Review report on future Chinese tall building development. Read more.


CTBUH Communications Manager Informs Discussion on High-Rise Living

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04 Feb 2017, The Guardian

In an interview with The Guardian, CTBUH Communications Manager Jason Gabel informed a discussion on high-rise living, citing advances in tall building technology as reasons for this trend. Read more.


CTBUH Executive Director Named Among ENR’s Top 25 Newsmakers of 2016

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18 Jan 2017, Engineering News-Record

Recognized by ENR for his contributions to the building industry, CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood has been named among the Top 25 Newsmakers of 2016 for "propelling the global skyscraper authority into a new era." Read more.


Race to the Top: CTBUH Communications Manager Comments on Battle for Future Tallest

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15 Dec 2016, CNN

The race to the top has just gotten tighter, with two rising structures in the Middle East battling for the world's tallest title. In a recent interview, CTBUH Communications Manager Jason Gabel commented on this competition for the future tallest. Read more.


CTBUH Expert Review Committee Member Weighs in on Melbourne’s Developing Skyline

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29 Nov 2016, The Age

CTBUH Expert Review Committee Member Philip Oldfield weighed in on the future of Melbourne's developing skyline, focusing particularly on technological innovations that have allowed structures to be built taller. Read more.


ENR Documents Council's Continued Growth

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16 Nov 2016, Engineering News-Record

In the decade since Antony Wood became executive director of the CTBUH, the organization has seen immense revitalization and an increase in output and initiatives across all areas. A recent ENR article highlights the Council's progress. Read more.


CTBUH Expert Review Committee Member Discusses Successful Strategies for Developing Taller Buildings

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08 Nov 2016, Sourceable

CTBUH Expert Review Committee Member Philip Oldfield discusses some of the ways that 300-plus-meter towers can be designed and built in a manner ensuring that they are aesthetically pleasing, sustainable, and structurally sound. Read more.


Australia’s Slimmest Tower To Be Showcased at the CTBUH 2016 International Conference

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13 Oct 2016, Urban Developer

A Bates Smart representative will present Collins House at the CTBUH 2016 International Conference held in Shenzhen, China. A preview of the discussion, titled “A Case Study on Designing Superslim in Melbourne” is available. Read more.


CTBUH Executive Director Discusses Engineering Innovations in the Tall Building Industry

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13 Sep 2016, New Civil Engineer

Cities across the globe strive to build ever taller; the challenge lies in how to create supertall buildings that are also super "smart." The CTBUH's Executive Director discusses how innovations have matched the appetite for taller buildings. Read more.


Former CTBUH Chairman Discusses Tower Construction Post-9/11

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10 Sep 2016, Rediff

In light of the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Rediff interviewed Dr. Shankar Nair, who was chairman of the CTBUH just before the terrorist attacks. The interview highlights changes to tall building construction post-9/11. Read more.