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p_eval4_l17_qua - 1.011 Project Evaluation CEE Projects and...

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1.011 Project Evaluation CEE Projects and Quality of Life: Case Studies Carl D. Martland 1. Textile mills in Lowell and New England 2. Chain of Rocks Water Treatment Plant, St Louis 3. Sewerage Treatment in Milwaukee
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Quality of Life: What is Involved? Basics Clean water Waste removal Shelter Availability of jobs Safety, workload, long-term risks Aesthetics Appearance of major buildings Activities (cultural, spritual, sports, recreation)
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Quality of Life: How Measured? Essentials Are we willing to pay what it will cost? or will we move elsewhere? or will we restrict growth? Will we be willing to pay if new technology offers cheaper solutions? Non-Essentials Willingness to pay Political decisions for public projects Political quidelines for private projects (zoning, building codes, etc.)
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Lowell St. Louis Milwaukee Driving Force Textile Technology Clean Water Reduce Pollution Financing Private Public Public Result Quality of Life in New City Ability of City to Grow; Reduced Threats of Disease Elimination of Nuisance & Threats of Disease Long-Term Competition Reduces Arch. & Quality of Mill
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course CIVIL 1.00 taught by Professor Georgekocur during the Spring '05 term at MIT.

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