Profile of Sudeesh Kala

Sudeesh Kalavenkataraman Internal
Sudeesh Kala
Vice President – Asia Pacific & MEA | Principal

As the Vice President for Asia Pacific & MEA, Sudeesh oversees our Singapore, Australia, China and India operations, and leads the development of sales growth across Buildings, Industry and Infrastructure sectors within the Asia Pacific and Middle East & Africa regions. Sudeesh is also responsible for the execution of project work within Asia Pacific & MEA as well as the recruitment, oversight and development of staff for the region. In addition to his leadership role, as an experienced Wind Engineer & Microclimate Consultant, Sudeesh offers design guidance to RWDI clients and works closely with architects, engineers and developers to develop cost-effective building designs that are well adapted to local climates. Having consulted on all manner of complex structures, from super tall towers to airports to stadia, and with project experience that spans the globe--from North America to United Kingdom to Middle East and Australasia--Sudeesh delivers value to clients not only with his technical and project expertise but also with his insight into international business and building practices.

An experienced wind engineering consultant and project manager with extensive global experience


    • Master of Applied Science, Building Engineering (Wind Engineering), Concordia University, Canada
    • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Civil Engineering (Structural Dynamics), Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

    • Professional Engineer, Ontario, Canada
    • Member, American Association of Wind Engineers (AAWE)
    • Member, Australasian Wind Engineering Society (AWES)
    • Publications in international journals
    • Regular presenter at technical seminars and industry conferences

    • Aerodynamic stability
    • Building aerodynamics
    • Client management
    • High-rise towers
    • Interdisciplinary collaboration
    • Microclimate studies
    • Motion control
    • Technical consultation
    • Wind loading studies