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Jensen to Direct Asia Building Discussion at CTBUH Event

As the continent containing the most skyscrapers above 150 meters, each new high-rise in Asia must compete within a landscape of tall, supertall and megatall buildings – each of which demands more efficient performance benchmarks than the last. 

Tyler Jensen will lead the panel discussion “High-Performance Buildings in Asia” during the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) World Congress in Chicago on Tuesday, Oct. 29. The discussion will include case-study references to several contemporary high-performance buildings in Asia, and it will break down some of the technical features that allow these buildings to conserve water, mitigate stack effect, optimize airflow and conduct other strategies – even at incredible heights.

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