Using a process framework for large developments

Moore, Richard (2011). Using a process framework for large developments. In: Les Ruddock, Paul Chynoweth, Charles Egbu, Monty Sutrisna and Ali Parsa, COBRA 2011: Proceedings of RICS Construction and Property Conference. COBRA : Construction and Building Research Conference, Salford, United Kingdom, (1321-1336). 12-13 September 2011.

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Author Moore, Richard
Title of paper Using a process framework for large developments
Conference name COBRA : Construction and Building Research Conference
Conference location Salford, United Kingdom
Conference dates 12-13 September 2011
Proceedings title COBRA 2011: Proceedings of RICS Construction and Property Conference
Place of Publication London, United Kingdom
Publisher RICS - COBRA
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781907842191
Editor Les Ruddock
Paul Chynoweth
Charles Egbu
Monty Sutrisna
Ali Parsa
Start page 1321
End page 1336
Total pages 6
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The possible translation of large mixed-use precinct delivery processes and their assessment into a conjectural integrated management, planning and design framework is a major goal. Due in part to the improvements sought in the ecological performance of the Development Industry. If these are to be achieved process based outcomes in particular are crucial to the Industry given its fragmented structure. The framework needs to help clients, stakeholders and professional advisors particularly managers achieve a range of integrating objectives linked to increasing pressures not least those arising from sustainability demands. With an optimum integrative delivery framework a more rigorous and innovative route map based on whole systems, approach results better places developers and managers when determining how best to delivery project goals, aims and objectives within a sustainable development agenda. This will aid in achieving reductions in pre planning timescales and give greater certainty in actual performance delivery and outcomes. The paper provides an overview of a contextual framework that evolved out of the interrogation and evaluation of the process and outcomes of several large mixed-use precinct case studies. Crucially its engagement aligned with developments that were undertaking a sustainable development assessment of their planning, design and operational management outcomes by an internationally recognised independent assessment process.
Keyword Assessment
Certification
Framework
Integration and process
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

 
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