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An approach towards evaluation of the functional efficiency of office buildings

dc.contributor.advisorBeran Václav
dc.contributor.authorAbdel Ghany Al-Gendy Al-Gendy Shaker
dc.date.accessioned2011-12-15T11:13:46Z
dc.date.available2011-12-15T11:13:46Z
dc.date.issued2011-12-15
dc.date.submitted2011-12-15 12:12:57.0
dc.identifierKOS-76961358505
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10467/8020
dc.description.abstractThere is a growing recognition of the need for consensus among all stakeholders in the construction development process; recent years have witnessed a growing interest in the integration of the built environment and building cost. There is, therefore, a clear need to better integrate building cost into the sustainable design issues. The researcher has pointed out that the best way to obtain an economical building is to make a design that corresponds with the customer's need.This study is a proposal for an integrated approach to reduce the building cost through customer needs. It is discusses some important basics of building costs, and then explains that the idea of integration is attempting to commensurate design with cost. It suggests that such methods and techniques are based on integrated design with more attention to the economic dimension and marketing excellence.Some designers don't give huge attention to the form of the functional building. Other methods concentrate on the form, rather than the function. Architects face the task of integrating the interests of all parties into a single building; these interests often conflict and contend for priority. Therefore the researcher's idea for a contemporary view included architects' experience in modern design as well as the experiences of engineers of construction, management and economy to design economic buildings reflecting their end-users' needs and based on the fact that the best method to obtain an economical building is to be suitable with its end-users' needs. Indeed, the representation of all workspaces by one methodology implies that the project can be updated to reflect any changes, which means that the Agreement between the various parties is guaranteed. Architectural and economical dimensions are grouped in one important way: they both attempts to solve multidimensional problems based on the results of the essence of both of them. To help achieve these goals, my study should be aimed at understanding the nature of the development of design knowledge. In this study, we present an adaptive collaborative environment to create one methodology that represents many actors.
dc.description.abstractThere is a growing recognition of the need for consensus among all stakeholders in the construction development process; recent years have witnessed a growing interest in the integration of the built environment and building cost. There is, therefore, a clear need to better integrate building cost into the sustainable design issues. The researcher has pointed out that the best way to obtain an economical building is to make a design that corresponds with the customer's need.This study is a proposal for an integrated approach to reduce the building cost through customer needs. It is discusses some important basics of building costs, and then explains that the idea of integration is attempting to commensurate design with cost. It suggests that such methods and techniques are based on integrated design with more attention to the economic dimension and marketing excellence.Some designers don't give huge attention to the form of the functional building. Other methods concentrate on the form, rather than the function. Architects face the task of integrating the interests of all parties into a single building; these interests often conflict and contend for priority. Therefore the researcher's idea for a contemporary view included architects' experience in modern design as well as the experiences of engineers of construction, management and economy to design economic buildings reflecting their end-users' needs and based on the fact that the best method to obtain an economical building is to be suitable with its end-users' needs. Indeed, the representation of all workspaces by one methodology implies that the project can be updated to reflect any changes, which means that the Agreement between the various parties is guaranteed. Architectural and economical dimensions are grouped in one important way: they both attempts to solve multidimensional problems based on the results of the essence of both of them. To help achieve these goals, my study should be aimed at understanding the nature of the development of design knowledge. In this study, we present an adaptive collaborative environment to create one methodology that represents many actors.eng
dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisherČeské vysoké učení technické v Praze. Vypočetní a informační centrum.cze
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dc.subjectIntegrated Design, Functional Architecture, Functional Efficiency, Sustainability, Facility management, Building Cost, Cost Estimating, City Center and "BIM" System.cze
dc.titleAn approach towards evaluation of the functional efficiency of office buildings
dc.titleAn approach towards evaluation of the functional efficiency of office buildingseng
dc.typedisertační prácecze
dc.date.updated2011-12-15T11:13:46Z
dc.date.accepted2011-11-28 00:00:00.0
dc.description.departmentkatedra ekonomiky a řízení stavebnictvícze
theses.degree.namePh.D.cze
theses.degree.disciplineEkonomika a řízení ve stavebnictvícze
theses.degree.grantorFakulta stavebnícze
theses.degree.programmeStavební inženýrstvícze
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