Tristram Carfrae, Principal and Arup Fellow, Arup
The Chamber was pleased to host a lunch in the Ballroom of the Langham Sydney.
About the speaker
Tristram Carfrae has been responsible for a dazzling array of award-winning buildings in his 30+ years as a leading structural engineer, and he will discuss ‘Stadiums designed to inspire performance, on and off the field’. In the lead up to the Rugby World Cup and with the upcoming Ashes series starting in July his address is timely.
During his time with Arup, both in Australia and the UK, Tristram has designed some of the world’s most remarkable structures, including The Beijing 2008 Olympics “Watercube”, the Helix Bridge in Singapore, and the City of Manchester Stadium. Working with some of the greatest names in architecture and design, including Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers, Phillip Cox and Thomas Heatherwick. He is committed to holistic solutions for buildings that consume less resources.
Tristram is the recipient of many awards including the Hero of Innovation Award from the Warren Centre; the MacRobert Award, the highest engineering recognition available for a project and the prestigious Gold Medal Award by the Institution of Structural Engineers in recognition of his exceptional contribution to the science and structural engineering professions.