On July 31, Consulting Partner Bill Baker will speak at IEA's conference, themed "Pioneers: Engineering the Next Decade," on the evolution of modern construction and engineering in the 21st century.
On Saturday, May 29, Consulting Partner Bill Baker will deliver a lecture tracing the design of the Burj Khalifa from the competition in 2003 to its grand opening in 2010.
On Tuesday, February 9th, Structural Engineering Partner Bill Baker and Managing Partner Ken Lewis will present on One World Trade Center and Burj Khalifa for Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie. The presentation will run in conjunction with an exhibit about the design and construction of impressive towers and bridges.
Design Partner Scott Duncan and Consulting Partners Brian Lee and Bill Baker will present on the design and engineering of supertall towers in Giuyang, Tianjin, and Dubai, as part of the Skyscraper Museum's lecture series.
In an episode of Create the Future: An Engineering Podcast, Consulting Partner Bill Baker talks with host Sue Nelson. The two discuss the Burj Khalifa, the relationships between architecture and structure, the future of engineering, and advice for young engineers entering the field.
Consulting Partner Bill Baker is cited in this article about structural innovation and the design impact of New York's most iconic skyscrapers. Baker is best known for the development of the “buttressed core” structural system for the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest manmade structure.
The Daily Hive features renderings for Alberni, a new residential tower proposed for downtown Vancouver’s West End neighborhood. Currently in its design phase, the future 43-story tower will provide 197 market condominium units and 66 replacement market rental homes.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has named six SOM projects as 2020 Award of Excellence winners. Tianjin CTF Finance Center, Pudong Financial Plaza, Poly Skyline Plaza, 100 Mount Street, 500 Folsom, and Burj Khalifa were awarded in this year's program.
In an episode of National Geographic's Superstructures: Engineering Marvels, William Baker explains how his structural engineering team designed the world's tallest tower to withstand strong winds and severe weather.