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Title: Effective feedback of whole-life data to the design process.
Authors: Kishk, Mohammed
Al-Hajj, Assem
Pollock, Robert
Aouad, Ghassan
Keywords: Cost significance
Whole-life costing
Whole-life management
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Glasgow Caledonian University, School of the Built & Natural Environment
Citation: KISHK, M., AL-HAJJ, A., POLLOCK, R. and AOUAD, G., 2003. Effective feedback of whole-life data to the design process. Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, 8(2), pp. 89-98
Abstract: Key activities of the implementation of whole-life costing (WLC) as a management tool during the occupancy stage are outlined. Then, the logic of a novel whole-life management approach is designed around two recently developed generic WLC databases. The proposed approach allows the systematic data collection of the running costs of occupied buildings and provides the necessary link between occupied buildings and the design process. Besides, it employs a generic cost-significant relation that automatically identifies the cost-significance of the building components on the elements, activities and cost items levels over the analysis period.
ISSN: 1363-2175
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