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Papageorgiou, M. (author)
The motivation to adapt a building in terms of an upward vertical extension lies within the need for urban renewable programs. Although this practice has significant supports to make the built environment more sustainable, there are also barriers which invariably concern costs. In the case of vertical extension projects, the constructional and...
master thesis 2016
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Glias, A. (author)
The goal of this thesis is to research the feasibility level of reusing existing structural concrete elements. Nowadays, a major problem that the Dutch building industry is facing is the high vacancy rate of office buildings. The available solutions for the vacant offices are transformation or demolition. Transformation is the best solution but...
master thesis 2013
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Tool, F. (author)
Introduction Building activities have a great impact on the environment. The bearing structure contributes for around 60% to the environmental costs due to material use in a building and thereby for a large part of the total environmental costs for a building. This impact can be reduced by means of ‘Sustainable Construction’. Problem definition...
master thesis 2010
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Van Hellenberg Hubar, S.C.B.L.M. (author)
In de huidige maatschappij is duurzaamheid een steeds belangrijk wordend onderwerp. De groeiende hoeveelheid leegstaande kantoorpanden die uiteindelijk gesloopt worden omdat geen nieuwe bestemming kan worden gevonden zijn dan ook geen goede ontwikkeling. In Nederland wordt hoogbouw al snel met een betonnen stabiliteitsysteem uitgevoerd en de...
master thesis 2009
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