Matthew Glanville, PhD, is a founding director of CPP's Sydney office.
Matt holds a PhD in wind engineering and undertook postgraduate studies at the University of Sydney and Monash University, which lead to 10 international publications on the topics of wind tunnel testing, full-scale wind measurement, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
Over the last 10 years Matt has managed over 500 commercial projects throughout Australia, SE Asia, and the Middle East in the fields of wind engineering and ecologically sustainable development (ESD), building energy rating, solar studies, structural dynamics, and building acoustics. His domestic building industry experience includes numerous Sydney 2000 Olympics projects, Carlton United Brewery site redevelopment, Westfield Bondi Junction, Chatswood Transport Interchange, Suncorp Tower Brisbane, Wave Tower Gold Coast, Adelaide Airport, and Convention Centre. Matt's international projects include the Regent Tower in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok Airport Control Tower, Burj Dubai Residences, and Dubai Health Care Towers.
Matt regularly presents at industry workshops and conferences and provides expert testimony at the Land and Environment Court in his areas of expertise. He is a longtime member of the Australasian Wind Engineering Society, a member of the Australian Wind Energy Association, and an Expert Panel Member of the Association of Building Sustainable Assessors.
In 1992, Matt received the Prize for Greatest Proficiency in Civil Engineering Design from the Association of Consulting Structural Engineers of NSW, Australia. That same year, he also won the Australian Postgraduate Research Award and the Roderick Bequest Scholarship. In 1998, the Japan Science and Technology Corporation awarded Matt an STA Fellowship in Wind Engineering.
Matt is a Green Building Council Australia Accredited Professional.