ASHRAE Headquarters Renovation

1791 Tullie Circle NE
Atlanta, Ga
30329

ASHRAE Headquarters Renovation

Green BuildingEco-Design/Planning FeatureCleaned-Up/Rebuilt Site

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As innovators in energy-efficient technology, ASHRAE felt our Headquarters should serve as a showcase of sustainability. The resulting design truly reflects that sentiment as well as how ASHRAE standards and guidelines put into practice result in a high-performing building.

ASHRAE had four main goals for the renewal: to provide a healthy and productive workplace and meeting space for employees and members; to demonstrate a commitment to sustainability; to building a learning center to increase resource for on-site educational opportunities and meetings; and to create a “living lab.” As part of the living lab concept, the building will be heavily monitored and metered to capture building performance data, much of which will be accessible to members online here at ASHRAE.org.

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