Searched for: subject:"Demolition"
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Michael, Polina (author)
The demolition activities produce a huge amount of waste that have negative effects on the environment. In the current demolition practices, most of the waste are recycled or landfilled. Only a small percentage is retrieved and reused again. Reuse is preferred than recycling since it better for the environment. To increase the reuse, more...
master thesis 2018
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Fell Rubio, Thomas (author)
The project itself work as a conclusion of the research and design balance. After several improvements, now it puts in discussion the outcomes of the housing redevelopment strategy. Instead of offering a different alternative to the existing redevelopment trend, it raises questions about what to do with the old redevelopments proposals. How to...
master thesis 2018
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Gremmen, Luuk (author)
Circular building has been increasing in popularity over several years. The idea being that we should not use resources only once and then discard them, but continue using them in new products. The construction industry has responded to this by designing 'circular' buildings that can be disassembled at the end of their functional life. This...
master thesis 2018
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Vu Hong, Duong (author)
Research abstract:The world steel demand and production are constantly growing parallelly to the world economic
growth. Even though steel is fully recyclable, there is still a vast amount of virgin production which put
tremendous pressure on the natural scarcity of natural resources. Steel recycling only mitigates the
impacts since...
master thesis 2018
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van Weeghel, David (author)
The Heritage and Architecture graduation studio 2016-2017 explores the possibilities of industrial heritage in the harbour of Rotterdam. This involves dealing with large scale buildings that have been abandoned due to the movement of the industrial activity from the harbour of Rotterdam to the Tweede Maasvlakte. This thesis entails a redesign...
master thesis 2018
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Miranda Xicotencatl, B. (author)
The Master's programme Industrial Ecology is jointly organised by Leiden University and Delft University of Technology. - Two main features of the construction and demolition systems translate into environmental pressure; an increasing need for building materials, to provide and maintain the infrastructure for growing urban populations, and the...
master thesis 2017
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Damwijk, R.M. (author)
The built environment is one of the major causes of climate change that is felt around the world. Therefore there is an increasing global and local focus on strategies that address the causes of climate change and these strategies are continuously being designed and developed. The built environment contributes about half of all greenhouse gas...
master thesis 2015
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Jansz, S.N. (author)
In the ‘Actieprogramma leegstaande kantoren’ the strategies of redevelopment, transformation and demolition of existing office buildings are suggested to reduce the high vacancy rate in the Dutch office market. Available research on which strategy is most sustainable did not incorporate the estimated service life of the strategies, but applied a...
master thesis 2012
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