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You, Kairui (author), Yu, Yanhui (author), Cai, Weiguang (author), Liu, Zhengxuan (author)
The CO<sub>2</sub> emission mitigation of the commercial and public building sector (P&amp;C) is critical for achieving China's carbon peak and carbon neutrality. Analyzing changes in CO<sub>2</sub> emissions and their driving factors from temporal and spatial perspective provides insights for developing equitable and effective...
journal article 2023
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Collenteur, Leon (author)
Nature-based solutions are solutions that (partly) consist of, or contribute to, living nature, which can provide economical, social and environmental benefits. Especially in the building sector they can have huge benefits over conventional (grey) solution as this sector uses a lot of resources and energy. The benefits that nature-based...
master thesis 2022
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Zhong, Xiaoyang (author), Hu, Mingming (author), Deetman, Sebastiaan (author), Rodrigues, João F. D. (author), Lin, H.X. (author), Tukker, Arnold (author), Behrens, Paul (author)
Energy efficiency plays an essential role in energy conservation and emissions mitigation efforts in the building sector. This is especially important considering that the global building stock is expected to rapidly expand in the years to come. In this study, a global-scale modeling framework is developed to analyze the evolution of building...
journal article 2021
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van de Hoef, Beppie (author)
The Bouwteam is in both the building and infrastructure sector increasingly mentioned as a possibility to improve client-contractor collaboration. Currently, compared to the building sector, the infrastructure sector lags behind in applying this collaboration format. This research aims to investigate to what level building and infrastructure...
master thesis 2020
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Bos, Rosa (author)
2020 is a strange and disruptive year. The pandemic virus COVID-19 controls people’s lives. It influences the way we live, love, and work. Offices are empty while people work from home. When, and if people are going to work in an office again like they were used to, is the question. The events of 2020 are an extra showcase that the way we use...
master thesis 2020
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de Hoog, Jolanda (author)
Recently, the Marktvisie (2016) expressed the need for more collaborative relationships based on equality and lately, a shift from adversarial to collaborative relationships is observed. The use of collaborative contracting strategies is increasing of which the bouwteam is an example. The bouwteam is a collaboration agreement during the design...
master thesis 2020
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van der Wijk, Lieke (author)
Research on circular economy in the construction industry is only recently gaining momentum. A circular economy does not produce any waste. The construction sector is the most polluting sector in the Netherlands and uses 50% of the used raw materials. Therefore, circular building methods might decrease the demand on raw materials in the Dutch...
master thesis 2018
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Castelein, Lisanne (author)
The circular economy is a muchdiscussed topic. In recent years it became clear that scarcity of resources, pollution and landfill will make circularity inevitable in the near future.To achieve this major changes should be made in the built environment and the building sector, as the built environment is currently mostly organized in a linear way...
master thesis 2018
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Tebbatt Adams, Katherine (author), Osmani, Mohamed (author), Thorpe, Tony (author), Hobbs, Gilli (author)
Whilst there is an increasing recognition of the circular economy concept within the building sector, opportunities for its implementation at project level remain largely underexploited. Research has shown that challenges to its uptake include limited knowledge and awareness among stakeholders; a fragmented supply chain; an unclear business...
conference paper 2017
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Johansson, K. (author), Gluch, P. (author)
The Swedish building sector has for a long time struggled with the difficulty to create and share new knowledge. Within the sector, groups of professionals have been found to only share knowledge with members of their network, not with those they consider to be outsiders. As an attempt to unite different views and professional groupings, an...
conference paper 2010
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