As the tall building industry moves into a new decade, it is appropriate to stand back and take stock of what we’ve accomplished, but also to be honest about where we have fallen short. The foreword to the first edition of this book, published in 2015, highlighted the critical issues of tall building design, especially concerning environmental footprint, in terms of both embodied and operational energy. We are duty-bound to continue to reiterate this as our highest priority. The fundamentals have not changed, though there have been some encouraging advances in the intervening five years.
First, let us review what remains the same. As always, architects and engineers determine how program, structure, and services will support each other efficiently. And, in each case, it falls to building services engineers to determine how a spatial arrangement of stacked floors will be ventilated, heated, cooled, and how it will interact with the envelope that surrounds it. Tall buildings continue to require enormous amounts of energy to move their occupants from floor to floor, exhaust the heat they and their many electronics generate, and provide chilled air or heat to keep conditions comfortable. They require enormous skill and effort to seal envelopes and keep them airtight against the elements and to prevent unpleasant pressure changes as elevators hurtle up and down their lengths….
Published in cooperation with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Names: Simmonds, Peter, 1954- author. | ASHRAE (Firm)
Title: ASHRAE design guide for tall, supertall, and megatall building systems / Peter Simmonds.
Description: Second edition. | Atlanta, GA : ASHRAE, 
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