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Metrics+300311 - CEE100 Managing Sustainable Building...

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CEE100: Managing Sustainable Building Projects Building Performance Metrics Big Idea: What gets measured gets improved.
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2 Goals for today: Introduction to CEE100 Quick overview and introductions Learning objectives Learning methods Course setting EEE and POP-FFB frameworks
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3 Vision for CEE Design buildings, and the processes and organizations to make them for best use by today’s and future users with most efficient use of resources considering the triple bottom line using computational methods to model, simulate, analyze, and visualize the design and its fitness for purpose to engage all relevant stakeholders in a timely manner and generate a clear execution plan
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F+V (S, Pg, M) + E (Rp, Vw, Pp / v, T) = I (#i, Qi) = NoK (CaB, Cc-s) = Success VALUE DEFINITION Stakeholder Desires Performance Goals Objectives & Metrics FRAMEWORK Relational Contract ENVIROMENT Right People Virtual World Proximity Transparency NETWORK OF KNOWLEDGE Connections across Boundaries Clarity of Customer Supplier Relationships INTERACTIONS Quantity Quality + = = + THE “MAGIC FORMULA” OF INTEGRATED PROJECT DELIVERY (IPD)
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Value is relative Depends on your perspective VALUE: WHAT WE NEED & WANT
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  • Spring '11
  • Fischer
  • virtual world, Francis Ford Coppola, Integrated Project Delivery, Sustainable Building Projects, Customer Supplier, Stakeholder Desires

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