Delft University of Technology The Netherlands Adapazari project - meeting of 03-05-2005
Real Estate & Housing Faculty of Architecture Delft University of Technology
Structure of the faculty • Architecture • Urbanism • Technology • Real estate & housing
Real Estate & Housing Mission Academic education and research on the topic of management dealing with the development and operation ofcommercial and residential real estate
Real Estate & Housing Position • Second largest major at the Faculty of Architecture • Created in response to changes in building practice • Covering technical, economic, organisational and information aspects • Focus on commercial and residential property • Focus on development, briefing, design, and management of buildings and urban areas
Leading principles Real Estate Cycle Feasibility Deterioration Initiative Use Operation Brief Sketch design Construction Design Realisation Construction planning Final design
Real Estate Cycle Design Realisation Use HousingManagement ProjectManagement RealEstateManagement Building economy Building law Building informatics Real Estate & Housing Profile Initiative Initiatief
Design Construct Manage Bachelors year 1 t/m 3 Master Management REH year 4 + 5 Real Estate & Housing Frameworkfaculty
Real Estate & Housing Master program 10 9 8 7 semester
Project Management Architectural Design Management Building Process Innovation Real Estate Management Urban Re-development Corporate and Public Real Estate Management Sustainable Housing Transformations Sustainable Housing Renewal Strategic Housing Management Fundamentals Building economics, Cost-Quality Building law Building informatics Real Estate & HousingResearch program
Real Estate & HousingStudents and Alumni • Students society BOSS • Students society FORUM • Alumni Society (450 alumni) To promote • contacts • professionalization • exchange of information
Real Estate & Housing:Adapazari project proposals • Building Law • Building and real estate economics • Area development • Housing • Projectmanagement • Decision and optimisation tools
Building Law • Planning <> realisation of plan • Urban scale (e.g. zoning, functions) • Building scale (e.g. technical prescriptions) • Building law is a tool to realise plans • instruments at different scale levels • range of instruments: permits, surveying, control, sanctions,… • Research target: improvement of the effectiveness of the actual legal toolbox to guarantee conformity of the realisetions to the plans • Analysis of actual instruments • Exchange of experiences with Dutch legal instruments • Improvement proposals
Building economics:Provisional conclusions • Real interest is high. This means: • high capital costs • low financial advantage of investment in long life versus investment in short life buildings • Earthquake resistant buildings are expensive => crowding out of finance for less expensive buildings for a greater number of people. • Low cost construction means: maximise use of regional construction capacity in terms of labour, materials and technology. • Problems around finance, land use and distribution of housing call for strong organizing capacity.
Area Development • Evolution of real estate stocks and functions at urban scale • Increasing complexity • programs to be accommodated • decision processes • stakeholder management • Research proposal • Development of tools to support these complex processes of (re)development, condensation, evolution from villages to cities, function changes of urban areas,… • With respect of urban quality concepts, function mixes, real estate positions and sustainability
Housing • Housing concept will change in the oncoming years • Therefore capacity need will change, type of housing will change • Social housing capacity to be planned and allocated • Research: • Accommodating to actual needs but planning for the future: sustainable stock and floorplan concepts • Location decisions and their social impacts • Financing of low cost housing / Corporations • Management of large housing portfolio’s
Project management • Research possibilities: • Effectivess of construction processes / Technical innovation • Tendering procedures and selection / Organisational and collaborational innovation • Construction site management / Safety • Building corporate management • Cost / Time / Quality
Decision and optimisation tools • Open Design concept:How to table the decision process of stakeholders with conflicting interests working together in a single project? • What is best? • What is good enough? • Multi criteria decision analysis:How to make a rational choice between three alternatives? • Research:How to use state-of-the-art tools to support decisions on urban and building scale?Cases.
Real Estate & Housing:Adapazari project proposals • Building Law • Building and real estate economics • Area development • Housing • Projectmanagement • Decision and optimisation tools Conclusions….