CTBUH Silver Member

Norman Disney & Young

About

Member Since: 1988

Member Offices: Adelaide

Website: http://www.ndy.com/

Norman Disney & Young (NDY), are a leading firm of consulting engineers with a global presence. They set themselves apart by their ability to deliver highly innovative and tailored solutions for clients in a wide range of markets including buildings, sustainability, health, transport, mission critical, defence, industrial and utilities.

Established in 1959, they have a long history of engineering excellence and their expertise extends to a range of unique specialties. NDY is committed to delivering innovative and sustainable solutions for their diverse group of clients.

They have an intimate understanding of the markets in which they operate and a depth of knowledge that few firms can rival. NDY understands that not all clients are the same, and are highly adept at tailoring their services to meet their clients' unique needs.

Fields of Expertise

Engineering, Multi-discipline

Buildings

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

RANK
Name
Height
2 Australia 108

317 m / 1,039 ft

3 Etihad Towers T2

305 m / 1,002 ft

4 Eureka Tower

297 m / 975 ft

5 Etihad Towers T1

278 m / 911 ft

6 30 Albert Street

270 m / 887 ft

7 Etihad Towers T3

260 m / 854 ft

8 Deutsche Bank Place

240 m / 787 ft

9 Etihad Towers T4

234 m / 768 ft

10 51-65 Clarke Street

233 m / 764 ft

11 Equatorial Plaza

230 m / 754 ft

Associated companies

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

RANK
Name
Height
1 Fairmont Kuala Lumpur Tower 1

370 m / 1,214 ft

2 Australia 108

317 m / 1,039 ft

3 Etihad Towers T2

305 m / 1,002 ft

4 Eureka Tower

297 m / 975 ft

5 Etihad Towers T1

278 m / 911 ft

6 30 Albert Street

270 m / 887 ft

7 Etihad Towers T3

260 m / 854 ft

8 Deutsche Bank Place

240 m / 787 ft

9 Etihad Towers T4

234 m / 768 ft

10 51-65 Clarke Street

233 m / 764 ft

11 Equatorial Plaza

230 m / 754 ft

12 6 & 8 Parramatta Square

223 m / 733 ft

13 Light House

218 m / 715 ft

14 Etihad Towers T5

218 m / 714 ft

15 International Towers Sydney Tower 1

217 m / 712 ft

16 Solar

215 m / 705 ft

17 Hunter Pitt Hybrid Timber Tower

212 m / 697 ft

18 Melbourne Central

211 m / 692 ft

19 Freshwater Place Residential Tower

205 m / 673 ft

20 Riparian Plaza

200 m / 656 ft

21 C6 Perth

184 m / 602 ft

22 Atlassian Central

183 m / 599 ft

23 Cockle Bay Park

181 m / 594 ft

24 88 Walker

179 m / 589 ft

25 International Towers Sydney Tower 2

178 m / 584 ft

26 Chapel Tower

178 m / 584 ft

27 PwC Tower at Commercial Bay

175 m / 575 ft

28 International Towers Sydney Tower 3

169 m / 554 ft

29 530 Collins Street

167 m / 548 ft

30 Gateway Plaza

164 m / 538 ft

31 2 Southbank Boulevard

161 m / 528 ft

32 1 Denison Street

159 m / 521 ft

33 32 Flinders Street

159 m / 520 ft

34 480 Queen Street

153 m / 502 ft

35 180 Brisbane by Daisho

152 m / 499 ft

36 Tribeca Residence

150 m / 492 ft

37 Collins Arch

148 m / 487 ft

38 Governor MacQuarie Tower

145 m / 476 ft

39 Swissotel Sydney

141 m / 463 ft

40 Sixty Martin Place

137 m / 450 ft

41 OPUS Tower A

136 m / 446 ft

41 OPUS Tower B

136 m / 446 ft

43 Alberni by Kengo Kuma

133 m / 437 ft

44 PricewaterhouseCoopers Tower

130 m / 427 ft

45 123 Albert Street

127 m / 417 ft

46 181 William Street

123 m / 404 ft

47 Moxy Hotel

121 m / 397 ft

48 1 Martin Place

120 m / 394 ft

49 ASB Bank Centre

116 m / 381 ft

50 Majestic Centre

116 m / 381 ft

51 Swanston Square Apartment Tower

115 m / 377 ft

52 Innovation Place

112 m / 367 ft

53 ADC Building

109 m / 358 ft

54 Medibank Place / 720 Bourke Street

109 m / 357 ft

55 115-123 Houndsditch

103 m / 339 ft

56 Midtown Centre

101 m / 332 ft

57 Deloitte Center

96 m / 316 ft

58 Braggs Place

92 m / 303 ft

59 A by Adina

87 m / 286 ft

60 WSU Bankstown Campus

83 m / 271 ft

61 Ark

82 m / 269 ft

62 210 Brunswick Street

81 m / 266 ft

63 ILK Apartments

76 m / 249 ft

64 George Place

76 m / 249 ft

65 The Miller

74 m / 243 ft

66 50 Pitt Street

74 m

243 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 17 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 6,901 other buildings of the same Office function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.
67 The CAB at Civic Quarter

74 m / 241 ft

68 333 George Street

72 m / 236 ft

69 Zurich House

71 m / 233 ft

70 700 Bourke Street

70 m / 231 ft

71 Emblem

69 m / 227 ft

72 KPMG Canary Wharf

69 m / 227 ft

73 51 Flinders Lane

66 m / 217 ft

74 Sugar Dock

65 m / 213 ft

75 Watergate

65 m / 213 ft

76 Menara Mesiniaga

63 m / 207 ft

77 12 Creek Street - The Annex

56 m / 185 ft

78 North Apartments

55 m / 180 ft

79 Dune

52 m / 171 ft

80 Toorak Tower

45 m / 147 ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Norman Disney & Young

CTBUH Queensland Infrastructure Seminar Two: Herston Quarter

25 May 2017

CTBUH Australia’s Brisbane Committee held the second of its breakfast seminars on Queensland Infrastructure, with a particular focus on the Herston Quarter.

The Brisbane 2016 Summer Seminar: Design of Tall Buildings

24 November 2016

CTBUH Brisbane held their 2016 Summer Seminar in conjunction with the ASCE. The topic of discussion was "Design of Tall Buildings."

Urban Regeneration – Flatiron Building, Brisbane

12 November 2015

The CTBUH Australia Chapter’s Brisbane Committee held the fourth of its Urban Regeneration Breakfast Seminars on November 12, 2015.

Urban Places: Gold Coast: Form Versus Sprawl

05 June 2013

The spectacular urban profile of the Gold Coast's most concentrated surf-side moments is among the most distinct and idiosyncratic features of this city-region.