CTBUH Silver Member

Daewoo E&C

About

Member Since: 2016

Member Offices: Suwon

Website: http://www.daewooenc.com

Daewoo E & C is constant change and since its establishment in 1973 to innovation has been adding new value to our lives now only make the world a better place ever-changing challenges of the new job, knowing well that the going can not stop.

Daewoo E & C believe in the power of Construction to change the world "" and Daewoo Engineering and Construction is a leading construction changes in the market to continue to open up a new world as the leader in fusion sure about.

Fields of Expertise

Construction / Contractor; Structural Engineering

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2016

Member Offices

  • Suwon

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

Menara TM

310 m / 1,017 ft

2

Northeast Asia Trade Tower

305 m / 1,001 ft

3

Ilham Tower

274 m / 899 ft

4

Petronas Tower 3

267 m / 876 ft

5

Trump World Tower

262.4 m / 861 ft

6

Artwin I

247.8 m / 813 ft

7

Artwin II

247.8 m / 813 ft

8

St. Regis Hotel & Residences

205 m / 673 ft

9

Shindorim Techno Mart

182 m / 597 ft

10

Public Mutual Tower

179 m / 587 ft

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

06 November 2014

Fazlur R. Khan Lifetime Achievement Award: Wind Engineering the World’s Tallest

Peter Irwin, one of the founding partners of Rowan Williams Davies and Irwin Inc. (RWDI), has led wind engineering on many of the world’s tallest...

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Research

01 March 2017

Prediction of Time-dependent Lateral Movement Induced by Differential Shortening in Tall Buildings

High-rise buildings move during construction due to time-dependent material properties of concrete (creep and shrinkage), construction sequences, and structural shapes. The building movements, including vertical...

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Global News

19 April 2019

New Legislation Limits Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Buildings in New York City

New York City is about to embark on an ambitious plan to fight climate change that would force thousands of large buildings, like the Empire...

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Associated companies

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

Seoul Light DMC Tower

Seoul

640 m

2,101 ft

2

Menara TM

Kuala Lumpur

310 m

1,017 ft

3

Northeast Asia Trade Tower

Incheon

305 m

1,001 ft

4

Ilham Tower

Kuala Lumpur

274 m

899 ft

5

Petronas Tower 3

Kuala Lumpur

267 m

876 ft

6

Trump World Tower

New York City

262 m

861 ft

7

Artwin I

Incheon

248 m

813 ft

7

Artwin II

Incheon

248 m

813 ft

9

Gwanggyo Ekonhill

Suwon

225 m

738 ft

10

St. Regis Hotel & Residences

Kuala Lumpur

205 m

673 ft

11

Shindorim Techno Mart

Seoul

182 m

597 ft

12

Public Mutual Tower

Kuala Lumpur

179 m

587 ft

13

Daewoo Tech Tower

Seoul

172 m

564 ft

14

Yongsan 2 District Tower 1

Seoul

158 m

518 ft

15

Yongsan 2 District Tower 2

Seoul

155 m

510 ft

16

Echelon Tower 1

Singapore

155 m

509 ft

16

Echelon Tower 2

Singapore

155 m

509 ft

18

Worldmark Westend 105

Daegu

154 m

504 ft

19

Scotts Tower

Singapore

153 m

502 ft

20

Worldmark Westend 102

Daegu

152 m

499 ft

21

I Tower

Incheon

151 m

494 ft

22

Worldmark Westend 103

Daegu

149 m

489 ft

23

Worldmark Westend 101

Daegu

143 m

469 ft

24

Amorepacific Headquarters

Seoul

110 m

361 ft

25

Sheraton Incheon Hotel

Incheon

102 m

333 ft

26

Worldmark Centrum Tower 1

Busan

- m

- ft

26

Worldmark Centrum Tower 2

Busan

- m

- ft

26

Worldmark Centrum Tower 3

Busan

- m

- ft

26

Worldmark Centrum Tower 4

Busan

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

9 Years

Most Common Function*

Residential (50%), 12 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (87%), 20 Buildings

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

Total: 24 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 23 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 24 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.

 

06 November 2014 | Chicago

Fazlur R. Khan Lifetime Achievement Award: Wind Engineering the World’s Tallest

Peter Irwin, one of the founding partners of Rowan Williams Davies and Irwin Inc. (RWDI), has led wind engineering on many of the world’s tallest...

11 October 2011 | Seoul

Seoul Conference 2011 Track Session 18: Q&A

Question & Answers session for Track Session 18.

10 October 2011 | Seoul

Improvements of FE Models for Predicting Natural Frequencies of Building Structures

"Improvements of FE Models for Predicting Natural Frequencies of Building Structures Based Upon Field Measurement Data". The FE models of building structures were calibrated to...

21 October 2010 | Chicago

Fazlur Khan Lifetime Achievement Medal: The Skyscraper and the Structural Process: 40 years of engineering the Supertall

Prof. Seinuk is known as a worldwide authority on the design and construction of high-rise concrete and steel buildings. A reflection of his life's work...

05 March 2008 | Dubai

Evaluations of the Dynamic Properties for a Residential Tall Building

Ji Young Kim & Sang Dae Kim, Daewoo Institute of Construction Engineers, proposed a proper evaluation procedure of dynamic properties for practical engineering works of...

01 March 2017

Prediction of Time-dependent Lateral Movement Induced by Differential Shortening in Tall Buildings

Taehun Ha & Sungho Lee, Daewoo E&C; Sangdae Kim, Korea University

High-rise buildings move during construction due to time-dependent material properties of concrete (creep and shrinkage), construction sequences, and structural shapes. The building movements, including vertical...

01 August 2016

A Software Tool for the Analysis of Time-Dependent Effects in High-Rise Buildings

Carlo Casalegno, IUAV University of Venice; Mario Alberto Chiorino, Politecnico di Torino; Taehun Ha & Sungho Lee, Daewoo Engineering and Construction

Increased use of concrete in high-rise buildings has made these structures especially sensitive to delayed deformations due to concrete’s natural tendency to creep and shrink....

26 October 2015

Case Study of Structural Cracks in Irregular RC Tall Building During Construction

Dr. Taehun Ha & Sungho Lee, Daewoo E&C

Structural cracks happen during construction of RC buildings due to various reasons but they are more often considered as construction faults rather than being considered...

01 March 2015

Seismic Performance of High-Rise Intermediate Steel Moment Frames

Sang Whan Han & Sung Jin Ha, Hanyang University; and Ki-Hoon Moon, Daewoo Institute of Construction Technology

The rotation capacity of the moment connections could significantly influence on the seismic performance of steel moment resisting frames. Current seismic provisions require that beam-to-column...

01 December 2014

Assessment on Natural Frequencies of Structures using Field Measurement and FE Analysis

Do Hyun Kim, Gyeonggi College of Science and Technology; Ji Young Kim, Daewoo E&C

Wind-induced responses of a structure are often evaluated through dynamic analysis, where measured wind forces obtained from a wind-tunnel test and dynamic properties obtained from...

19 September 2012

Evaluation of Building Movement Using 3D Laser Scanning

Sung-Ho Lee & Taehun Ha, Architectural Engineering Research Team, Daewoo E&C

High-rise buildings move during construction due to time-dependent material properties of concrete (creep and shrinkage), construction sequences, and structural shapes. To control building movements during...

19 September 2012

Biomimicry Inspired Design for Nine Towers at Central Park in New Songdo City

Kenneth Drucker, HOK New York

The 9 45-60 story towers designed by HOK in New Songdo City along the edge of the new Central Park highlight the integration of high...

10 October 2011

Experimental and Numerical Studies of a Newly Developed Semi-Active Outrigger Damper System

JinWook Joung & DaeYoung Kim, Daewoo Institute of Construction Technology

Outrigger system is commonly used in resisting lateral loads induced by earthquakes and winds for high-rise buildings. The structural form of outrigger system consists of...

10 October 2011

Improvements of FE Models for Predicting Natural Frequencies of Building Structures Based Upon Field Measurement Data

Ji Young Kim, Ju Yeon Kim, Jae Keun Park & Dae Young Kim, Daewoo E&C

The wind-induced response of a structure is evaluated by performing dynamic analysis using measured wind forces in a wind-tunnel. The dynamic properties used for the...

03 March 2008

Evaluations of the dynamic properties for a residential tall building in Korea

Ji Young Kim & Dae Young Kim, Daewoo E&C; Sang Dae Kim, Korea University

The construction of tall buildings can be regarded as one of the most complex and expensive projects. It thus seems important to design the structure...

19 April 2019

New Legislation Limits Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Buildings in New York City

New York City is about to embark on an ambitious plan to fight climate change that would force thousands of large buildings, like the Empire...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving The Daewoo Group

CTBUH 2011 Seoul Conference Gold Sponsor

10–12 October 2011

This conference aimed to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in the rapidly growing city of Seoul, from the perspectives of green, safety, and humanity.

Korea Chapter 2010 Conference

27 August 2010

The Korean CTBUH Conference 2010 was held at Seoul Olympic Parktel Olympia Hall and hosted by the CTBUH Korea.