The building performance evaluation (BPE) framework emphasizes an evaluative stance throughout the six phases of the building delivery and life cycle: (1) strategic planning/needs analysis; (2) program review; (3) design review; (4) post-construction evaluation/review; (5) post-occupancy evaluation; and, (6) facilities management review/adaptive reuse. The lessons learned from positive and negative building performance are fed into future building delivery cycles. The case studies illustrate how this basic methodology has been adapted to a range of cultural contexts, and indicates the positive results of building performance assessment in a wide range of situations.The success of a building project does not depend on how many professionals are involved, but on how well these people relate to one another, and how well ... Successful Managera#39;s Handbook. Personnel Decisions, Inc.: Minneapolis, MN.
|Title||:||Assessing Building Performance|
|Author||:||Wolfgang Preiser, Jacqueline Vischer|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-08-11|