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China World Hotel, Beijing, China “The skyscraper establishes the block, the block creates the street, the street offers 13th & 14th September 2010 itself to man.” Roland Barthes (1915-1980), French literary theorist, philosopher and critic Integrating sustainable design and construction methods with commercial acumen and efficient management to achieve greater returns on investment and create successful Tall Buildings Key international presentations & distinguished speakers: Robert Forest Founding Principal David Malott Senior Associate Principal Ahmad Abdelrazaq Executive Vice President – Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, Kohn Pedersen Fox, USA Highrise & Complex Buildings US Samsung C & T Corporation, Korea Bruce Kuwabara Founding Principal Richard Smith Group Chair – Carbon Critical KPMB Architects, Canada Dr Han Jihong Vice-Director of Building Buildings & Technical Director – Middle East Technology Atkins, Dubai Donald Davies Partner Shanghai Research Institute for Building Magnusson Klemencic Associates, US Sciences (SRIBS) Michael Barnes Director – China Administrative Vice Director of Green Building R&D Altus Page Kirkland, China James Zheng Partner Centre Goettsch Partners, China Ministry of Housing & Urban-Rural Mingchun Luo Fire Safety Expert, Director of Development (MOHURD), China Consulting Jeffrey Heller Founding Principal Arup, Hong Kong Heller Manus Architects, US Cathy Yang Assistant Vice President Taipei 101, Taiwan David Littler Group Director – Building Services Senior Representative Buro Happold, Hong Kong KONE, China Stefan Krummeck Principal Director TFP Farrells, Hong Kong Ahmad Kasem Chief Development Officer Ma Yan Song Founding Principal Cayan Investment & Development, Dubai MAD Architects, China Dominic Bettison Principal Wilkinson Eyre Architects, UK Tan Jee Long Director of Development Cho Minsuk Founding Principal China World Trade Centre, Beijing, China Mass Studies, Korea Wong Mun Summ Founding Director WOHA, Singapore Greg Sang Director – Projects Ian Milne Design Principal – Asia Emaar Properties, Dubai RMJM, Hong Kong Patrick Daly Principal Woods Bagot Featuring international case studies on iconic Tall Building projects: Burj Khalifa, Dubai (World’s Tallest Building) • Manitoba Hydro Place (CTBUH Best Tall Building, Americas, 2009) • Shanghai Tower (Shanghai’s next Tallest Building) • China World Trade Centre, Beijing (Tallest Building in Beijing) • Infinity Tower, Dubai • Taipei 101, Taipei (Aiming for the World’s Tallest Green Building) • Boutique Monaco, Seoul (CTBUH Best Tall Building, Asia & Australasia Finalist, 2009) • The Met, Bangkok (World Housing Development of the Year, World Architecture Festival 2009) • Kingkey Finance Tower, Shenzhen (Shenzhen’s Tallest Building) • 1080 East Dondaming, (1st Pre-certified LEED-CS Gold Building in Shanghai) Featuring an exclusive site tour to China World Trade Centre Tower III! The recently completed 74 storey China World Trade Centre (WTC) Tower III is the latest addition to the China WTC group. Standing at 330m high, it is the tallest building in Beijing. The site tour will take delegates behind the scenes into the internal operations system to see what makes the tower tick as well as to admire the magnificent views of Beijing from the observation deck. conferences Our Business Partners Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor Business Development Sponsor Endorsers Official Magazine (China) Official Online Media Media Partners conferences Register Now Day 1 Contact Marketing at marcus evans Tel: +603 2723 6745 Fax: +603 2723 6699 Monday 13th September 2010 Email: email@example.com 0830 Registration and morning coffee 0900 Opening and welcome remarks from the Chairperson 0915 Plenary One – Welding sustainability into Tall Buildings whilst addressing the economic considerations and ecological concerns for better urban planning 1000 Plenary Two – Uncovering the latest technological advances in Tall Building design and engineering for better construction planning Ahmad Abdelrazaq Executive Vice President – Highrise & Complex Buildings Samsung C & T Corporation, Korea 1045 Morning refreshments 1115 Plenary Three – Implementing LEED certification in Tall Buildings - Calculating the ROI for developers and building owners 1200 Plenary Four – Case Study – Green Star Certification of the Shanghai Tower Dr Han Jihong Vice-Director of Building Technology Shanghai Research Institute for Building Sciences (SRIBS) Administrative Vice Director of Green Building R&D Centre Ministry of Housing & Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD), China 1245 Networking luncheon Stream One Stream Two Stream Three Design & Construction I Commercial Aspects I MEP Engineering & Facilities Management 1400 Chairperson’s opening remarks 1400 Chairperson’s opening remarks 1400 Chairperson’s opening remarks 1405 Case Study: Exploring the sustainable design 1405 Assessing the commercial considerations in 1405 Probing MEP design step changes needed features of the Manitoba Hydro Place the design and operation of mixed-use Tall for differing height and mix density to • How to organise an effective Integrated Design Buildings examine why Tall Buildings are not scalable Process • Acknowledging the need for diversification of risks in • Clarifying the increased trend for mix-use building • Examining the relationship of real time energy the selection of the usage type of Tall Buildings construction modeling with the building design • Exploring the design considerations in terms of floor • Examining the key factors in successful MEP design • Maximising integrated passive building systems to efficiency, transportation systems and ceiling heights for supertalls reduce energy consumption in order to maximise the value of the investment • Determining the added installation and fitting • Analysing critical factors in organising a working • Best practices in the management of a mixed-use Tall challenges in implementing MEP designs for mixed- environment for 2000 people in a vertical campus Building use Tall Buildings Bruce Kuwabara Founding Principal Tan Jee Long Director Richard F Smith Group Chair – Carbon Critical KPMB Architects, Canada China World Trade Centre Buildings & Technical Director, Middle East and India Atkins 1450 Meeting the challenges of designing tall, sustainable and commercially viable 1450 Maximising developer’s Return on buildings amidst congested urban settings Investment (ROI) through design 1450 Tackling the challenges of vertical optimisation and demographical targeting transportation in Tall Buildings to ensure • Elaborating on the need for increased densification • Identifying the issues that are most important to efficient service and reduced wait times and the cultural factors involved behind building tall in China tenants in search for the perfect property • Examining sustainable building transport technologies • Investigating how developers can effectively engage in depth - How vertical transportation contributes to • Balancing the need for new modern design with across sectors to deliver cost-effective solutions greening your buildings historic influences in order to create culturally sensitive iconic towers • Examining cash flow considerations and the impact • Capitalising on evolutionary space-saving of mixed-use models to determine the viability of the technologies for buildings with high traffic demand • Creating breathing spaces and communal points for investment to improve floor efficiencies the creation of a healthy environment in the building • Easing travel times for occupants via an Intelligent Ma Yan Song Founding Principal 1535 Afternoon refreshments Traffic Management system for Tall Buildings MAD Architects, China Senior Representative 1535 Afternoon refreshments KONE 1600 Greening your Tall Building as an innovative marketing technique to attract 1600 Examining the cost drivers behind Tall 1535 Afternoon refreshments new tenants and retain existing ones Buildings • Understanding the developer’s rationale in carrying • Establishing the project’s feasibility on projected out LEED certification – What is the ROI? 1600 Case Study: Fire safety design for Super revenue and expected expenditure • Carefully assessing the work and costs necessary to High-rise Buildings • Optimising the cost drivers in order to determine the upgrade Taipei 101 to meet LEED standards and • Addressing the egress and people movement with construction method and appropriate structure evaluate the return period for the investment the extended vertical travel distance in order to • Moving beyond building and land cost to see the ensure occupant safety • Scheduling and monitoring the upgrading process to value created in a Tall Building project minimise disruption to existing tenants and shoppers • Overcoming the challenges of increased occupancy • Understand the risks associated with the building and and fire load due to the multiple stacking of floor Cathy Yang Assistant Vice President how by building tall these risks are intensified and so upon floor Taipei 101, Taiwan drive costs • Assessing the present alternative options for • Assessing the role cost drivers play in the overall protection without evacuation 1645 Quantifying the costs and benefits of LEED building life cycle Certification in attracting tenants and Mingchun Luo Fire Safety Expert, Director of Michael Barnes Director – China Consulting reducing operational costs Altus Page Kirkland Arup • Clarifying the market demand for LEED Certified 1645 Case Study: A series of Matrix studies buildings in Asia to determine whether new related to Boutique Monaco developments should be certified 1645 Examining the trend of zoning within Tall • Moving past the hype of LEED certification into hard Buildings and the impact on MEP systems • Elaborating on the “Systematic Heterogeneity” numbers of tenant take-up rates in LEED certified design with the goal of maximising concept that is the key idea in the designing of buildings comfort and management Boutique Monaco • Keeping track of the building’s operational costs to • Comparing and contrasting the benefits of spreading • Magnifying the concept of “Vertical Urbanity” as a way see whether they are meeting the designed cost mechanical floors throughout a building versus to resolve the densification issue faced within cities savings concentrating them • Establishing the increased need for communal spaces • Elaborating on the challenges in designing MEP within Tall Buildings as a means to improve the 1730 Chairperson’s closing remarks systems on multiple floors habitability of buildings and integrate them with their environments • Examining successful examples of buildings with 1740 End of Day One zoned MEP systems Cho Minsuk Founding Principal Mass Studies, Korea 1730 Chairperson’s closing remarks 1730 Chairperson’s closing remarks 1740 End of Day One 1740 End of Day One Day 2 Tuesday 14th September 2010 0830 Registration and morning coffee 0900 Opening and welcome remarks from the Chairperson 0915 Plenary One – Evolution of the Skyscraper – Examining future trends in the design of Tall Buildings David Malott Senior Associate Principal Kohn Pedersen Fox, USA 1000 Plenary Two – Tapping into cultural, environment and location specific influences to design an iconic Tall building that fits into the urban landscape whilst gaining acceptance by the people Wong Mun Summ Founding Director WOHA, Singapore 1045 Morning refreshments Stream One Stream Two Stream Three Design & Construction II Commercial Aspects II Energy Efficiency 1115 Chairperson’s opening remarks 1115 Chairperson’s opening remarks 1115 Chairperson’s opening remarks 1120 Case Study on the unique design attributes 1120 Retrofitting Tall Buildings to boost 1120 Going for Gold in Shanghai - The City’s first of Kingkey Finance Tower aesthetics, attract new clientele and improve Gold Pre-certified High-Rise • Context Driven: Response to the environment, profitability over the building life cycle • Expanding on sustainability as a motivating force for culture, demand, patronage and scale • Scrap or Retrofit? Key considerations in deciding both the client and the city of Shanghai. • Elaborating on design and construction challenges - whether to go ahead with the refurbishment of a Tall • Comparing and contrasting green building standards Geometry of the tower, vertical transportation, Building – Why the LEED system was used in this project viewing deck and façade • Estimating the increased value of refurbished Tall • Exploring the rationale and added benefits behind • Strength and Capability: Visual and technical Buildings to new and existing clients the move from LEED-Silver to LEED-Gold certification solutions for wind, seismic load and sustainability • Financing the improvements – Identifying cost- • Facts and figures – A detailed analysis considerations efficient improvements which deliver the fastest Jeffrey Heller Founding Principal Stefan Krummeck Principal Director returns on investment Heller Manus Architects TFP Farrells, Hong Kong 1205 Case Study on the Infinity Tower: Infinity 1205 Utilising building simulation tools to create 1205 Examining innovative uses of outrigger Marina Front Diaphragm Wall Breach and energy models to minimise energy trusses as an aesthetic tool and for the impact to the commercial viability of consumption in Tall Buildings stabilising Tall Buildings from high winds, the project • Enhancing building environmental design through earthquakes and typhoons • Discussing the unknown existing conditions and simulations • Tracking the increased frequency of earthquakes and structures together with the impact as part of the • Improving façade design through modelling to improve wind related events in the region Diaphragm Wall Breach energy efficiency • Exploring successful implementations of trusses in • Examining the utilities corridor alongside the plot • Leveraging on energy models to estimate energy seismic and wind resistant construction of Tall Buildings limits and the culvert that crosses under the Marina efficiencies associated with plant, systems and • Form and function - Examining the aesthetic to feed the other side of the development renewable technologies contribution of trusses in iconic buildings • Expanding on remedial works and all construction David Littler Group Director – Building Services James Zheng Partner challenges to complete the Infinity Tower Buro Happold Goettsch Partners Ahmad Kasem Chief Development Officer Cayan Investment & Development 1250 Networking luncheon 1250 Networking luncheon 1250 Networking luncheon 1400 Case Studies: Sustainable Tall Buildings – An 1400 Evaluating the use of BIM systems to MEP perspective reduce costs, prevent wastage and enable 1400 Bringing best practices in the project • Integrating building systems with the overall design in better project management in constructing management of Tall Building construction order to achieve sustainable goals Tall Buildings to minimise costs and build faster – A • Exploring in depth how design can contribute to • Best practices and technologies for the design of developer’s perspective make MEP systems more effective high-rise structures: Building Information Modelling • Identifying risks early to the construction completion • Focusing on several successful examples of (BIM) and simulation software solutions process to manage schedules and build contingency architectural input in MEP design for Tall Buildings • Achieving better coordination between stakeholders: plans to ensure the project runs on schedule Ian Milne Design Principal – Asia BIM solutions for complex projects • Providing an overview on site management, RMJM • Exploring the power and benefits of the BIM and manpower training and development of team future potential applications for Tall Buildings management skills in the project 1445 Working closely with MEP engineers to Patrick Daly Principal • Ensuring potential issues are dealt with early through ensure building systems match with the Woods Bagot constant communication to minimise delays to the proposed design objectives construction schedule • Maximising building efficiency in design to achieve 1445 Performance Based Seismic Design (PBD) for Greg Sang Director – Projects environmental performance objectives Tall Buildings – Opportunities and challenges Emaar Properties • Setting parameters for operational efficiency of the • Performance Based seismic engineering offers greater building building reliability, and freedom in design - What’s 1445 Analysing the latest trend of achieving phased occupancy whilst construction • Optimising building and system design for maximum the catch? continues to reap better economic returns efficiency and predicting the performance of building • Citing case study examples in US for both structural systems steel and concrete PBD towers in high seismic regions • Identifying when and how to best project manage the ongoing construction process with minimal Dominic Bettison Director • Summary of recent PBD research and practical design Wilkinson Eyre Architects disruption lessons learned • Getting the necessary approvals to have the building • Opportunities in China to advance the state of the let out and occupied whilst work continues practice - Are we focusing on the right things? • Handling the challenges in ensuring building safety Donald Davies, P.E., S.E. Partner and occupant comfort levels Magnusson Klemencic Associates, US 1530 Afternoon refreshments 1600 Plenary Three – Arcologies - Tackling the problem of urban densification by creating a vertical city within a Tall Building Robert Forest Founding Principal Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture LLP 1645 Plenary Four – Getting the right equilibrium between Tall Buildings developments and heritage considerations to boost a city’s investment environment and economic strength 1730 Chairperson’s closing remarks 1740 End of Day Two Register Now Contact Marketing at marcus evans Tel: +603 2723 6745 Fax: +603 2723 6699 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Who should attend Why you cannot miss this event? This regional conference is designed to attract the following: Tall buildings have always been symbolic of a city’s economic and financial • Building Owners strength. Despite the economic woes that have plagued the world recently, • Facilities and Property Management Directors / Managers tall building construction has proceeded at an unprecedented pace. • Architects & Designers According to the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, 2010 will see • Developers, Contractors & Funders over 100 buildings 200m or taller completed, with over half of these in the Asia Pacific and 30% in China alone. • Legal advisors • Financial Advisors / Bankers However with the construction of so many tall buildings, there has been an • Property / Real Estate Agents increased scrutiny on their commercial and financial viability, not to • Insurers mention the sustainability aspect in their construction. It has become increasingly important for architects, engineers and developers to create thriving communities within the Tall Building environment that Local Government, Government Departments, Agencies & Authorities: incorporates the best in technological advances, engineering skill and • Director Planning / Planning Services commercial know-how in order to ensure that these massive skyscrapers • Statutory Planning Director / Manager are sustainable both to the environment and to the people who live in them. • Urban Designer • City / Town Planner Covering the entire life cycle of a tall building from its design and • Environmental Strategist construction to its finance and operations, the 4th Annual Tall Buildings conference aims to expound on the commercial aspects of tall buildings • Policy & Project Director / Officers whilst retaining its strength in focusing on selected case studies featuring the latest in design and engineering these mega-structures of the future. Engineers, Consultants, Project Managers and Contractors involved in: Join this conference to discover the key challenges and solutions to help • Structural/Electrical/Plumbing/Mechanical prepare Tall Building professionals to succeed and gain an edge in this highly competitive market. • Heating & Ventilating • Air Conditioning Follow your own agenda with a choice of six streams over 2 days: • Lighting/Environment • Construction Stream I Design & Construction I • Wind Stream II Commercial Aspects I • Fire/Alarm Stream III MEP Engineering & Facilities Management • Communication systems Stream IV Design & Construction II • Exit & Evacuation systems Stream V Commercial Aspects II Stream VI Energy Efficiency Manufacturers and Suppliers of: • Building Materials • Raw Materials • Pre fabricated Materials Attending this premier marcus evans conference will enable you to: • Assessing the commercial considerations in the design and operation Geographical market of delegates: of mixed-use Tall Buildings • China / Korea / Taiwan / Japan 45% • Greening your Tall Building as an innovative marketing technique to • India / South East Asia 40% attract new tenants and retain existing ones • Australia / New Zealand / Middle East 10% • Bringing best practices in the project management of Tall Building • America / Canada / Europe 5% construction to minimise costs and build faster – A developer’s perspective. • Analysing the opportunities and challenges of Performance Based Seismic Design for tall buildings • Uncovering the latest technological advances in Tall Building design and engineering for better construction planning • Utilising building simulation tools to create energy models to minimise energy consumption in Tall Buildings • Tapping into cultural, environment and location specific influences to Acknowledgement design an iconic Tall building to improve fit into urban landscape and marcus evans would like to thank all the world-leading visionaries, solution adoption by the people providers, associations, operators, end-users and delegates who have contributed to and supported the marcus evans 4th Annual Tall Buildings regional event. We • Meeting the challenges of designing tall, sustainable and commercially would particularly like to mention our speakers for their help in the research behind the viable buildings amidst congested urban settings event and also our sponsors for their continued support and commitment. • Networking and benchmarking opportunities with some of the On behalf of marcus evans we hope you have a rewarding, enjoyable and productive leading names in Tall Buildings and construction sector. time. We personally look forward to meeting you all and working with you at our future regional events planned in 2010. See you in September! About our business partners About the Gold Sponsor About the Silver Sponsor Woods Bagot is one global studio specialising in design and consulting across three key sectors: Workplace, Lifestyle and Education & Science. 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