DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING (Paperback)
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DEVELOPMENT TRENDS IN BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEERING (Paperback)

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Paperback 344 Pages / Published: 28/02/2009
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The social, economic and technological developments have inspired the advancement in architectural design, construction technology and building services installations in modern cities. Hong Kong, as a modern city famous of its tall buildings in Asia Pacific, has gone through remarkable changes in its building design and construction since 1970s. Building owners and occupants are now keen on achieving better environmental health, human comfort, life safety and more effective use of space. This book assesses the contemporary changes in design concepts and development trends of the major disciplines in building services engineering. Among the analyses featured are trends on heating, ventilating and air-conditioning, electrical and fire services, plumbing and drainage, and building automation systems. Powerful examples of well-known building projects in Hong Kong and Mainland China will be put forward and discussed. Written by a team of experts in the building services engineering discipline, this volume will be an excellent source of reference for college and university students, architects, engineers and construction professionals at work.

Publisher: City University of Hong Kong Press
ISBN: 9789629371623
Number of pages: 344
Dimensions: 235 x 190 mm

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