TECHNE 6 (2013): Quality and effectiveness of the building process
Research and Experimentation

Tools and procedures for a “maintenance oriented” design for buildings of worship

TECHNE 6 (2013): Quality and effectiveness of the building process
Published October 24, 2013
Keywords
  • Maintainability,
  • Design process,
  • Procedures,
  • Support tools
How to Cite
Talamo, C. (2013). Tools and procedures for a “maintenance oriented” design for buildings of worship. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (6), 117-124. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-13464

Abstract

The paper describes the results, achieved in the first year, of a three years research dealing with the themes connected with the methods and the tools for planned maintenance and concerning the proposal of a system of supports for a design “maintenance oriented”. The starting hypothesis is that most of maintenance problems emerging during the life time of a building are due to a lack of attention towards the use phase that both clients and designers demonstrate. Starting from this point of view the aim of the research was to develop and to check a system of supports, useful both for clients and for designs of buildings of worship, consisting in guide lines, procedures and evaluation tools, graduate according to the different steps of design process and carried out in order to assume and to verify the requirement of maintainability.

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