CTBUH Gold Member

Beca Group

About

Member Since: 2010

Member Offices: Auckland, Bangkok, Christchurch, Jakarta, Melbourne, Singapore, Sydney, Wellington, Yangon

Beca is one of the largest employee-owned professional services consultancies in the Asia Pacific. In 1918, Beca was established in New Zealand with only three employees. Today, Beca has a substantial Asia Pacific footprint approaching 3,300 employees in 20 offices across the world.

Beca delivers a variety of consultancy services across the Buildings, Government, Industrial, Power, Transport and Water market segments. They operate from three main ""hubs"" – Australia, New Zealand and Asia – offering everything from engineering, architecture and planning services, to project and cost management, software technology and valuation services.

Beca consults on systems engineering, business solutions, IT project management and software services, and has developed a number of software and simulation products.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture; Civil Engineering; Computers / IT / Software; Cost Consulting; Engineering, Other; Environmental Engineering; Environmental Protection; Fire Engineering; Geotechnic / Foundations; Insurance / Risk; Landscape Architecture; Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing; Project Management; Security Consultancy; Seismic Design; Structural Engineering; Surveying; Transportation / Urban Infrastructure; Urban Design; Vertical Transportation Consultant

Membership details

Membership Level

Gold

Member Since

2010

Member Offices

  • Auckland

  • Bangkok

  • Christchurch

  • Jakarta

  • Melbourne

  • Singapore

  • Sydney

  • Wellington

  • Yangon

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Never Completed

Proposed

Vision

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

The Exchange 106

445.5 m / 1,462 ft

2

Thamrin Nine Tower 1

382.9 m / 1,256 ft

3

Macau Tower

338 m / 1,109 ft

4

Sky Tower

328 m / 1,076 ft

5

City of Lights C1 Tower

282.1 m / 926 ft

6

CapitaSpring

280 m / 919 ft

7

Thamrin Nine Tower 2

275 m / 902 ft

8

Daswin Building

263 m / 863 ft

9

Raffles Hotel

253.3 m / 831 ft

10

Conrad Dubai

251.2 m / 824 ft

Awards

The Exchange 106

Award of Excellence: The Exchange 106

Best Tall Building 400 meters and above 2021

Ctbuh Leaders

Simon Longuet-Higgins

Simon Longuet-Higgins

CTBUH Country Representative, 2010 – 2013

Auckland

Michael Robinson

Michael Robinson

CTBUH City Representative, 2013

Auckland

Andre Soh

Andre Soh

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017

Singapore

Building Completions Timeline

 

Research

11 September 2011

The Global Impact of 9/11

Just as many Americans still remember exactly where they were when they heard the news that US president John F. Kennedy had been shot, most...

Global News

23 October 2019

New Kuala Lumpur Skyscraper Set to Open After Government Scrutiny

Malaysia’s next supertall building will be ready to take in tenants in December 2019, its developer said on October 23, 2019, as backers look to...

Global News

23 August 2019

Tower M, a 145-Story Skyscraper, is Planned for Kuala Lumpur

The Petronas Twin Towers, may lose its title as Malaysia’s tallest building(s), when The Exchange 106 and Menara PNB 118 are completed in Kuala Lumpur....

Associated companies

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

8 Years

Most Common Function*

Residential, 26 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete, 46 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

 
 

*Based on 57 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

Gross-to-Net Height

NOTE: Gross-to-Net Height is defined as architectural height minus height of highest occupied floor. Therefore, the Gross-to-Net Height is only calculated for buildings that have both the architectural height and the highest occupied floor height recorded.