Our Requests: Buildings
QUALITY PROBLEMS PLAGUING THE LIFE CYCLE OF BUILDINGS MUST BE SOLVED
- By finding the root causes of the detected problems and solving them.
- By investing in research and development activity in the industry.
- By improving the knowledge base of all parties and increasing the amount of education provided in the field.
- By increasing the amount of consultation services for one-time developers.
- By applying user-driven cooperation models, such as alliances, in a versatile manner.
THE CONDITION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS MUST BE TAKEN CARE OF AND REPAIRS MUST BE PERFORMED SYSTEMATICALLY
- By devising a building management log book as part of the planning process and using it as an operating system throughout the entire life cycle of the building.
- By applying life cycle thinking to the building management of municipalities instead of investment and operating cost-based budgeting.
- By improving the economic conditions of repair projects by adjusting the developmental compensations collected by municipalities.
- By devising a group repair model for single-family homes and offering other maintenance and repair services suitable for private customers.
EMPTY PROPERTIES AND DESERTED AREAS MUST BE BROUGHT UNDER CONTROL
- By investigating the building stock in the declining areas and its improvement opportunities.
- By creating platforms where the owners of the properties and potential users can meet.
REGULATORY PROCESSES MUST BE STREAMLINED AND SERVICES MUST BE MADE ELECTRONIC
- By facilitating the obtaining of exceptional permits and expediting the processing of zoning alterations.
- By enabling a fully electronic data model-based permit process.
- By drawing up virtual city models to serve as platforms and data sources for the regulatory services of municipalities.
DIGITAL SOLUTIONS AND NEW TECHNOLOGY MUST BE INTRODUCED COMPREHENSIVELY AND OPEN-MINDEDLY
- By ensuring that the data models of different design fields are combined in projects.
- By extending the use of data models to cover the entire building life cycle in order to meet the needs of use, maintenance and repair.
- By utilizing the opportunities provided by virtual reality in the assessment and development of plans.
- By applying information models, machine control, robotics and other new applications and technologies to building production.
- By introducing remote-readable sensor technology and self-learning systems to indoor environment management and control of buildings.
- By developing new services and applications directed to consumers.