Wind Design Workshop at landmark Ilham Tower, a standout CPP project and Malaysian office location
A critical topic. The ideal location. A powerful opportunity to learn and grow.
Join CPP’s Matt Glanville and Max Lee at the workshop Safe and Sustainable Wind Impact Design for Buildings & Structures in Malaysia, which takes place 26-27 June, 2019, at the Element Kuala Lumpur Hotel, Ilham Tower, Kuala Lumpur.
Climate change is a driving force. Society must respond in myriad ways, including how we design buildings and structures for safety and sustainability in dynamic times.
Join us for a two-day workshop that will provide knowledge and understanding of wind impact design in service categories such as wind loading, wind energy, environmental, and special projects.
Appropriately, the workshop takes place at the Ilham Tower, not only the location for CPP’s offices in Malaysia, but a noteworthy CPP project. Located in KL’s “Golden Triangle,” the skyscraper was completed in 2015 to become the fifth tallest building in the Malaysian capital. CPP helped the building achieve a BCA Green Mark Gold Plus rating.
CPP’s Matt Glanville and Max Lee will present at the workshop. Come explore wind engineering fundamentals in the fields of meteorology, fluid mechanics, structural dynamics and statistics for safe and sustainable building design. Moreover, you will acquire the basic knowledge to apply wind engineering concepts in optimizing your building design.
The course is eligible for 16 CPD hours for Professional Engineers registered with the Board of Engineers Malaysia. A Certificate of Attendance will be issued for full participation.
Click here to learn more about the workshop and register. We hope to see you there!