© 2014 – Routledge
232 pages | 103 B/W Illus.
This book introduces the concept of Intelligent Buildings to the wider construction community. Edited by the Father of Intelligent Buildings, Derek Clements-Croome, the book explains that intelligent buildings should be sustainable, healthy, technologically aware, meet the needs of occupants and business, and should be flexible and adaptable to deal with change. This means the processes of planning, design, construction, commissioning and facilities management including post-occupancy evaluation are all important. Buildings comprise many systems devised by many people and yet the relationship between buildings and people can only work satisfactorily if there is an integrated team with a holistic vision.
'A well-structured, comprehensive and compelling business case for the commercialisation of Intelligent buildings' Richard Byers, SKANSKA
Part I: Principles of Design and Management Practice 1. Introduction 2. Building Owner's Perspective 3. Why Should a Client Invest in an Intelligent Building? 4. Bringing Intelligence to Buildings 5. Human factors 6. Integration of People, Processes and Products 7. Robustness in Design 8. Passive and Active Environmental Quality Control 9. Intelligent Buildings Management Systems 10. Integrated Teams Can Deliver More for Less 11. BIM: A Collaborative Way of Working 12. Post-Occupancy Evaluation 13. Tenets for Planning Design and Management of Intelligent Buildings Part II: Case Studies 14. Intelligent Buildings in Practice: the Buro Happold Experience 15. Post Occupancy Evaluation: University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus 16. Tall Building Design and Sustainable Urbanism: London as a Crucible 17. Druk White Lotus School, Ladakh, India 18. Energy Saving Potential for a High-Rise Office Building 19. An Intelligent Building Index Awarded Building 20. Intelligent Building Management