BE (1st Class Honors) University of Canterbury (NZ) 1977, ME University Auckland (NZ) 1980
Anil’s expertise in all aspects of tall building design has led him to be involved in over 70 buildings over 40 stories high throughout Australia and worldwide including India, China, Indonesia, Vietnam and numerous Middle East Countries. His role has ranged from structural design engineer, structural peer reviewer, client’s structural engineer, structural value engineer, specialist engineer and construction advisor.
After holding a number of senior positions with well known consulting firms, including heading up an operation in UAE where he was in charge of numerous high profile high-rise projects in the region, Anil now heads Buro Happold’s operations in India.
As an Academic Associate at The University of Melbourne he continues to deliver the Masters level program in structural design of tall building which he developed. This has maintained his passion for keeping up-to-date on technological developments in structural engineering with a particular interest in concept design of structural design, wind and seismic engineering and foundation engineering.
Anil is a world recognized expert on tall building design and is well respected by clients, peer group and staff for his energy, dedication and focus to produce high quality delivery on time and budget always striving to use the latest technological advances to ensure unique, buildable, sustainable and economical solutions.
Mr. Hira has been deeply involved in key projects including Supa-Nova, Noida; Worli Towers, Mumbai; and PetroVietnam Tower, Hanoi.
29 Oct 2017, Event Report – The Annual Leaders Meeting was held the day before the start of the CTBUH 2017…
23 Feb 2017, Event Report – The 2017 Regional Tall Buildings Forum was held, together with the first Global…
22 Jul 2016, Event Report – The CTBUH India Chapter, in collaboration with the Fire and Security Association of…
3 Apr 2017, Colombo – An unprecedented collaboration between CTBUH Sri Lanka and the CTBUH India Chapter resulted in the inaugural <…
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