Goman Ho, Arup

Goman Ho

Arup Fellow

Dr Goman Ho is an Arup Fellow with 32 years’ experience in tall buildings.

Following his PhD Studies in Polytechnic University, he joined Arup in 1992. He served the firm as the first global leader for Arup Tall Buildings Skills Network, regional leader for Seismic Skills Network. He is now the regional leader of Structural Skills Network. He was involved as PD/PM/PE for projects with an accumulated height just less than 12 km. Some of his award-winning projects are 300m tall Cheung Kong Center in HK, 330m China World Trade Center, CCTV HQs in Beijing, 3km long Beijing Capital Airport Terminal, 461m tall Vincom Landmark 81 Tower in Ho Chi Minh City, the 528m tall China Zun in Beijing and 597m Tianjin 117.

He received the Outstanding Research Postgraduate Alumni Award in 2022 by Graduate School of Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is an Adjunct Professor of Hong Kong Polytechnic University.