Supporting Safe, Comfortable and Efficient Design.
CPP Adds an Office in Singapore
Another way to better serve our clients in Southeast Asia
Because Singapore is a key international location for business and development, it was an easy decision for us to increase our presence there.
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Wind Responses in the World’s Tallest Building
Real-time monitoring of the Burj Khalifa
It’s more than scale-model wind tunnel testing and computer simulations. CPP is currently collecting data about the effects of wind on this iconic skyscraper.
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Saving Energy, Protecting Air Quality
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
CPP Helps LBNL Prevent Problems with Building Exhaust & Reduce Operating Costs
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CTBUH 2014 Best Tall Buildings Award
One Central Park in Sydney
With input from CPP, Watpac was able to design a unique and award-winning building that drew attention from around the world.
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Natural Ventilation & Sustainability
CPP helps UC Irvine reduce pollution, protect comfort
Designing good natural ventilation requires knowledge of both indoor and outdoor conditions. Read how CPP applied their expertise to this award-winning building.
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Wind Effects on Solar Panels
Protecting solar power from wind damage
GameChange Racking knew that wind can cause costly damage and down-time for solar arrays. They turned to CPP to help them design products that reduced those critical wind-related risks.
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Demonstrating Compliance with Industrial Wind Tunnel Testing
The Durst Project
CPP designed a physical scale model to test the effects of the building and assess the validity of the AERMOD results.
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Welcome to CPP

CPP was the first US company to provide wind engineering services to architects and engineers. Our founders helped create the tools and methods that remain the standards of the industry. Today, CPP is a leading international engineering firm providing consulting services for wind effects on buildings and structures, exhaust dispersion for commercial, academic, and industrial facilities, and air flow in and around buildings.
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Recent Articles

How are wind loads on cladding different from other kinds of wind loads?

26 OCT 2014
Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE/SEI 7-10), published by the...

Functional spaces

19 OCT 2014
Over the past few weeks, we’ve highlighted issues related to employee productivity and...

Recent News

Dr. Ron Petersen to Present at 54th Annual PNWIS Conference

27 OCT 2014
On Tuesday, October 28, CPP Vice President Dr. Ron Petersen will be presenting at the 54th...

John Carter to Speak in Singapore

24 OCT 2014
The Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (SEAS: www. is presenting the...
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Highlight Video

AERMOD Beyond the Box: How EBD Improves Accuracy

CPP Vice President Dr. Ron Petersen discusses the potential problems with BPIP inputs for AERMOD and how the alternate EBD method helps create more accurate results.

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