Qualifications and Professional Memberships

  • B.E. (Hons) Aeronautical Engineering (University of Sydney)
  • Member, Australasian Wind Engineering Society (AWES)
  • Member, Institute of Engineers Singapore (IES)
  • Board Member, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat – SEA Chapter (CTBUH – SEA)


Aaron has over 17years’ experience as a consultant and 15years’ in wind engineering industry. Aaron spent a number of years in the Sydney office before moving to Windtech’s Singapore Office. He has been instrumental in the company’s global expansion, developing existing markets in Asia and the Middle East while opening up successful business lines in the US and Europe.

During his tenure, he has demonstrated an ability to develop and strengthen the capabilities of core staff while leading and growing the business globally from a technical and operational point of view. He has either led and/or assisted in delivering more than 1,000 projects across the company’s broad spectrum of technical services, including wind-induced structural loads studies, façade cladding pressure studies, pedestrian wind comfort studies and solar glare impact studies.

Aaron has taken a particular interest in solar glare analysis techniques. He has developed software that can simulate glare impacts of buildings and structures on pedestrians, drivers and occupants of neighbouring buildings. This software can quickly and accurately assess glare impact from complex building forms and assist in formulating mitigation strategies for potential glare impacts during the early design stage.

In addition to being involved in projects from a technical perspective, Aaron has been involved extensively in developing and streamlining business operations, especially in business strategy, with a particular focus on business development and sales pipeline.

Aaron has presented at various global conferences and is an active member of the Australasian Wind Engineering Society (AWES), the Institute of Engineers Singapore (IES) and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH).