Perception of User Criteria in the Context of Sustainability of Modern Methods of Construction Based on Wood
AbstractRecent developments in the construction industry have brought more efficient and sustainable technologies, technological procedures, and materials. An example of this are modern methods of construction, which offer larger production volumes with a higher quality and shorter procurement time. The goal of those methods is to improve construction sustainability through quality improvement, customer satisfaction, shortened construction time, and reduced environmental impact. The main goal of this research is to demonstrate, by means of theoretical assumptions, surveys, and analyses, the sustainability of modern methods of construction based on wood. The work focuses on identifying the user criteria for construction sustainability. Selected user criteria of construction sustainability are applied in a socio-economic survey whose purpose is to determine how users perceive the efficiency of selected construction systems. We evaluate certain user parameters in the context of sustainability by relying on the users of buildings (family houses) which have already been built and compare the results with declared design parameters. View Full-Text
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Švajlenka, J.; Kozlovská, M. Perception of User Criteria in the Context of Sustainability of Modern Methods of Construction Based on Wood. Sustainability 2018, 10, 116.
Švajlenka J, Kozlovská M. Perception of User Criteria in the Context of Sustainability of Modern Methods of Construction Based on Wood. Sustainability. 2018; 10(2):116.Chicago/Turabian Style
Švajlenka, Jozef; Kozlovská, Mária. 2018. "Perception of User Criteria in the Context of Sustainability of Modern Methods of Construction Based on Wood." Sustainability 10, no. 2: 116.
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