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Juneid Qureshi

Division director, Meinhardt Pte Ltd, Singapore

Dr. Qureshi is specialized in reinforced concrete mechanics, tall buildings engineering, innovative structural systems


Juneid Qureshi obtained his Doctor of Engineering degree from The University of Tokyo in 1993 for his work on reinforced concrete mechanics. He is a Director at Meinhardt (Singapore) Pte Ltd and heads the Group Design Division. His work with Meinhardt has encompassed a wide range of complex and challenging structural engineering projects from planning and feasibility studies to design and construction. He has more than 22 years of experience in the design and construction of concrete, steel and composite structural systems for tall buildings in Singapore, the Middle East and South East Asia.

Some of his major and award winning tall building projects in Singapore include One Raffles Quay, The Sail @ Marina Bay, Marina Bay Financial Centre and One Raffles Link. Major overseas projects include Ocean Heights, Capital Plaza and Signature Towers in the UAE, World Trade Centre in Jakarta, Tradewinds Towers and Four Seasons Towers in Kuala Lumpur .

Dr. Qureshi has published several research papers in international journals and has spoken extensively at local and international conferences / seminars on topics involving reinforced concrete mechanics, tall buildings engineering, innovative structural systems and steel vs. concrete construction. He has received awards for his publications from the Japan Society of Civil Engineers and the Japan Concrete Institute. He was recently in the working committee for BCAs publication  Guidebook for Design of Buildings in

Singapore to Requirements in SS EN 19981 referred to as BC3: 2013, which gives provisions for the structural design against seismic actions. He is also Singapore’s Country Representative for the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH).

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