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Luke Leung is a Director of the MEP/Sustainability Studio for Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP. His work include Burj Khalifa, the world's current tallest man-made structure, over 40 LEED buildings in different stages of the process, multiple awards winner including eight times recipient of the "Excellence in Engineering" award from the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Selected projects also include Rural Bank Headquarters, General Motors Global Headquarters, Greentown Qingdao Tower, Zhengzhou Greenland Tower, Beijing Finance Street, Embassy of Ottawa, a LEED Platinum building with the first large scale horizontal wind turbine in the city of Chicago etc.

Luke is a LEED Fellow; He is also a Centennial Fellow from the Pennsylvania State University Architectural Engineering Department; ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer; Chairman of the ASHRAE Committee on "Tall Buildings" (June 2014); Chairman of the Building Pressure Committee, Chicago Committee on High Rise Buildings; member of AIA Large Firm Roundtable Sustainable Committee; Sustainable Committee with Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat; a Part Time Professor at IIT; and a member of the Chicago Sister Cities Program with China.