By Wolfgang F E Preiser, Jacqueline C Vischer
The development functionality evaluate (BPE) framework emphasizes an evaluative stance through the six levels of the construction supply and existence cycle: (1) strategic planning/needs research; (2) application evaluate; (3) layout overview; (4) post-construction evaluation/review; (5) post-occupancy review; and, (6) amenities administration review/adaptive reuse.The classes discovered from optimistic and destructive construction functionality are fed into destiny development supply cycles. The case reports illustrate how this easy method has been tailored to quite a number cultural contexts, and shows the optimistic result of development functionality evaluate in quite a lot of situations.Practical recommendation on assessing and tracking construction functionality.
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As indicated in Chapter 1, the concept is shown as a basic feedback system comparing explicitly stated performance criteria with the actual, measured performance of a building. This comparison – the core of the evaluation process – implies that expected performance can be clearly expressed as performance criteria. Programming is the process of systematically collecting, documenting, and communicating the criteria for the expected performance of a facility, and POE is the review loop at occupancy.
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Assessing Building Performance by Wolfgang F E Preiser, Jacqueline C Vischer