CTBUH Silver Member

Hill International

About

Member Since: 2013

Member Offices: Abu Dhabi, Athens, Beijing, Cairo, Dubai, Mumbai, New Delhi, Philadelphia

Website: http://www.hillintl.com

Hill International was built on the premise that with proper planning, well drafted contracts and constant monitoring, many construction claims could be avoided. As a result, Hill became one of the largest construction claims consulting firms in the world. The claims division of Hill was sold off in 2016.

Today, Hill is proud to be one of the top construction management companies in the world, having successfully managed some of the largest, most complex construction projects in locations throughout the world.

Their formula is simple: they hire the best people, understand their clients’ needs and objectives, then take ownership of each and every project where they are involved. No matter how large or small their role is in a project, their mission is to exceed their clients’ expectations in every way possible.

Fields of Expertise

Construction / Contractor; Cost Consulting; Financial Industry; Insurance / Risk; Legal; Project Management

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2013

Member Offices

  • Abu Dhabi

  • Athens

  • Beijing

  • Cairo

  • Dubai

  • Mumbai

  • New Delhi

  • Philadelphia

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

ADNOC Headquarters

342 m / 1,122 ft

2

Etihad Towers T2

305.3 m / 1,002 ft

3

Etihad Towers T1

277.6 m / 911 ft

4

Nation Towers Residential Lofts

268 m / 879 ft

5

Etihad Towers T3

260.3 m / 854 ft

6

Palm Tower 1

244.5 m / 802 ft

7

Palm Tower 2

244.5 m / 802 ft

8

The Gate Residential Tower 1

238 m / 781 ft

9

The Gate Residential Tower 2

238 m / 781 ft

10

The Gate Residential Tower 3

238 m / 781 ft

Awards

Beirut Terraces

Award of Excellence: Beirut Terraces

Best Tall Building Middle East & Africa 2018

Ctbuh Leaders

Abdo Kardous

Abdo Kardous

CTBUH Awards Construction Jury, 2021

Dubai

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

27 October 2015

2015 New York Conference - Session 4b - Q&A

Akram Ogaily, Hill International; Moshe Tzur, Moshe Tzur Architects; Michel Mossessian, mossessian architecture, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York Conference Session 4b:...

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Videos

27 October 2015

Urban Planning in Dubai, Cultural and Human Scale Context

The rapid urbanization of Dubai and regional Middle Eastern cities presents challenges with respect to the traditional local city fabric and the advent of modern...

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Research

26 October 2015

Urban Planning in Dubai; Cultural and Human Scale Context

The rapid urbanization of Dubai and regional Middle Eastern cities presents challenges with respect to the traditional local city fabric and the advent of modern...

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Rank
Name
City
Height

1

American Commerce Center

Philadelphia

460 m

1,509 ft

2

ADNOC Headquarters

Abu Dhabi

342 m

1,122 ft

3

Etihad Towers T2

Abu Dhabi

305 m

1,002 ft

4

Etihad Towers T1

Abu Dhabi

278 m

911 ft

5

Nation Towers Residential Lofts

Abu Dhabi

268 m

879 ft

6

Etihad Towers T3

Abu Dhabi

260 m

854 ft

7

Palm Tower 1

Doha

245 m

802 ft

7

Palm Tower 2

Doha

245 m

802 ft

9

The Gate Residential Tower 1

Abu Dhabi

238 m

781 ft

9

The Gate Residential Tower 2

Abu Dhabi

238 m

781 ft

9

The Gate Residential Tower 3

Abu Dhabi

238 m

781 ft

12

Burj Daman

Dubai

235 m

771 ft

13

Etihad Towers T4

Abu Dhabi

234 m

768 ft

14

St. Regis Luxury Hotel

Abu Dhabi

233 m

765 ft

15

Two ICC

Mumbai

223 m

732 ft

16

InterContinental Hotel West Bay

Doha

220 m

722 ft

17

Etihad Towers T5

Abu Dhabi

218 m

714 ft

18

Al Rajhi Bank Tower

Riyadh

205 m

673 ft

19

One ICC

Mumbai

198 m

648 ft

20

Złota 44

Warsaw

192 m

630 ft

21

Saraya Tower 1

Abu Dhabi

185 m

607 ft

22

Flame Tower 1

Baku

182 m

596 ft

23

Saraya Tower 2

Abu Dhabi

165 m

541 ft

24

Flame Tower 2

Baku

165 m

540 ft

25

Flame Tower 3

Baku

161 m

528 ft

26

Villas in the Sky

Riyadh

160 m

525 ft

27

PPA 30 Parcel 5.05 Residential Tower

Riyadh

149 m

489 ft

28

PP 10 Parcel 3.04 Office Tower

Riyadh

145 m

474 ft

29

PPA 30 Parcel 3.09

Riyadh

138 m

453 ft

30

PPA 30 Parcel 3.10

Riyadh

138 m

453 ft

31

PP 10 Parcel 4.08

Riyadh

126 m

413 ft

32

PPA 30 Parcel 5.05 Office Tower

Riyadh

125 m

410 ft

33

Beirut Terraces

Beirut

120 m

392 ft

34

PPA 30 Parcel 5.03 Tower 1

Riyadh

105 m

344 ft

35

PPA 30 Parcel 2.12

Riyadh

105 m

344 ft

36

PP 10 Parcel 2.14

Riyadh

105 m

344 ft

37

PP 10 Parcel 1.12

Riyadh

102 m

335 ft

38

PP 10 Parcel 3.04 Residential Tower

Riyadh

98 m

320 ft

39

Wyndham Grand Riyadh

Riyadh

87 m

286 ft

40

PP 10 Parcel 3.05 Office Tower

Riyadh

83 m

274 ft

41

PPA 30 Parcel 5.01

Riyadh

83 m

272 ft

42

PP 10 Parcel 4.07

Riyadh

81 m

266 ft

43

PPA 30 Parcel 5.06

Riyadh

77 m

253 ft

44

PP 10 Parcel 3.05 Residential Tower

Riyadh

67 m

220 ft

45

Vertical Medina

Riyadh

67 m

218 ft

46

PPA 30 Parcel 2.11

Riyadh

55 m

180 ft

47

PPA 30 Parcel 2.07 Tower A

Riyadh

49 m

160 ft

48

PP 10 Parcel 2.09

Riyadh

35 m

113 ft

49

The Financial Plaza

Riyadh

27 m

88 ft

50

Bin Samikh Tower

Doha

- m

- ft

51

PPA 30 Parcel 2.08

Riyadh

- m

- ft

52

The Gem Building

Riyadh

- m

- ft

53

PPA 30 Parcel 2.07 Tower B

Riyadh

- m

- ft

53

PPA 30 Parcel 2.07 Tower C

Riyadh

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

7 Years

Most Common Function*

Mixed-use (38%), 20 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (83%), 43 Buildings

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

Total: 52 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 52 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 52 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.

 

27 October 2015 | New York City

2015 New York Conference - Session 4b - Q&A

Akram Ogaily, Hill International; Moshe Tzur, Moshe Tzur Architects; Michel Mossessian, mossessian architecture, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York Conference Session 4b:...

27 October 2015 | New York City

Urban Planning in Dubai, Cultural and Human Scale Context

The rapid urbanization of Dubai and regional Middle Eastern cities presents challenges with respect to the traditional local city fabric and the advent of modern...

18 September 2014 | Shanghai

The Challenges of Constructing and Project Managing Tall Buildings in Asia

Even as Asia is a staging ground for many of the world’s most ambitious urban construction projects, there are many realities on the ground that...

22 October 2009 | Chicago

American Commerce Center

US cities such as Chicago, New York and San Francisco have attracted much of the US attention for skyscrapers in the boom of the past...

22 October 2009 | Chicago

Session 2 - The Changing Economics of Tall Sustainability Q & A

The Session S2 speaker panel consisting of: Steve Watts, Partner / Tall Buildings Leader, Davis Langdon, London; Dan Probst, Chairman Energy and Sustainability, Jones Lang...

26 October 2015

Urban Planning in Dubai; Cultural and Human Scale Context

Akram Ogaily, Hill International

The rapid urbanization of Dubai and regional Middle Eastern cities presents challenges with respect to the traditional local city fabric and the advent of modern...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Hill International

CTBUH 2015 New York Conference Silver Sponsor

26–30 October 2015

After a post-recession hiatus in tall building construction in many countries lasting several years, numerous cities are again resurgent.

CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Silver Sponsor

16–19 September 2014

The survival of humanity relies on a radical repositioning of our cities to develop them beyond a collection of disparate icons, towards a vision of a Sustainable Vertical Urbanism.

Whirlwind Tour Stirs Up More Interest in Shanghai Conference

07–13 March 2014

On a second intensive journey inside six months, Executive Director Antony Wood traveled to China to make additional connections and develop further support.

CTBUH 2008 Dubai Conference Silver Sponsor

03–05 March 2008

The Congress hosted presentations, seminars and workshops covering virtually every aspect of tall building development, with a particular emphasis on sustainability.

Ctbuh Leaders At Hill International

Abdo Kardous

CTBUH Awards Construction Jury, 2021

Abdo Kardous

Dubai